THE Straits Times Index lost 10.95 points, or 0.31 per cent, to 3,537.59 on Thursday, with the Singapore market rattled by Malaysia's overnight election upset...
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LOCAL equities saw a glimmer of hope on Tuesday, with oil prices up on a potential return to sanctions on Iran.
TRADERS seemed keen to get in some action ahead of the Labour Day break, and they were in good spirits as earnings seasons and annual general meetings started to bear fruit.
THE Straits Times Index crossed the 3,600-mark on Monday, returning to where it was before the global market correction hit in late January.
SINGAPORE traders perked up on Friday amid good news on both the domestic and international fronts, although wariness remained.
SINGAPORE traders took their cue from good news both at home and abroad on Friday, but remained broadly cautious.
SINGAPORE equities stayed sluggish on Thursday, in spite of a late push by traders that gave the benchmark index a measure of stability.
SINGAPORE stocks stayed flat on Thursday, even as afternoon trades pushed the Straits Times Index up by 2.01 points, or 0.06 per cent, to 3,570.02.