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Why no SGX query on Olam price surge?

Published Fri, Mar 14, 2014 · 10:00 PM
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LAST month, when the Monetary Authority of Singapore and Singapore Exchange (SGX) proposed measures to stre ngthen the local securities market that included new warning signals to be incorporated in SGX's questioning of listed firms over odd price movements, hopes were high that after years of largely ineffective - and sometimes farcical - querying, substance would finally trump form.

Unfortunately, after just one week of the new, it's beginning to look like more of the old. Queries and warnings we…

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