SINGAPORE shares opened higher on Monday with the Straits Times Index up 8.55 points to 3,200.37 as at 9.02am, as Asian stocks edged higher ahead of earnings season in the United States.
SINGAPORE shares opened nearly flat on Thursday morning, with the Straits Times Index easing 2.25 points or 0.07 per cent to 3,242.64.
Singapore stocks resumed trading on Wednesday afternoon nearly flat, with the benchmark Straits Times Index edging up 0.03 per cent or 0.99 points to 3,236.89.
SINGAPORE shares opened barely changed on Wednesday morning, with the benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) inching up 1.06 points, or 0.03 per cent, to 3,236.96 as at 9:05am.
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SINGAPORE stocks resumed trading on Thursday afternoon lower, with the benchmark Straits Times Index (STI) down 0.47 per cent or 15.92 points on the day to 3,376.59 as at 1.05pm
SINGAPORE shares edged downwards on Thursday morning after the US Federal Reserve raised interest rates and signalled two more hikes would come by year-end.
SHARE prices in the Singapore bourse rose modestly with the key Straits Times Index finishing at 3,441.69 - 5.32 points or 0.15 per cent higher.
SINGAPORE stocks resumed trading on Friday afternoon in positive territory, with the Straits Times Index advancing by 24.1 points, 0.7 per cent up on the day to 3,561.69 as at 1pm.
SINGAPORE stocks resumed trading on Monday afternoon in positive territory, with the Straits Times Index rising by 39.85 points or 1.1 per cent, up on the day to 3,617.06 as at 1pm.
SINGAPORE stocks opened lower on Wednesday, with the Straits Times Index shedding 24.84 points, or 0.7 per cent to 3,559.72 as at 9.01am.