FOOTBALL fever may cause stock market trading to cool as the World Cup kicks off, with late nights keeping investors on the sidelines.

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

THE 2018 World Cup may be the stuff of dreams for soccer fans, but it will be less so for the stock market as die-hard fans stay glued to their tv screens. 

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.

SINGAPORE shares opened flat on Wednesday, with the Straits Times Index down 0.29 point to 3,430.4 at 9.04am as Asian stocks traded mixed following a lacklustre session in US markets on Tuesday.

SINGAPORE shares resumed trading lower on Tuesday afternoon, with the Straits Times Index down 0.1 per cent or 2.33 points to 3,439.36 as at 1.04pm. 

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SINGAPORE stocks resumed trading higher on Monday afternoon, with the Straits Times Index up 3.33 points or 0.1 per cent to 3,439.7 as at 1.03pm. 

SINGAPORE shares opened 0.5 per cent higher on Monday, with the Straits Times Index up 16.25 points to 3,452.62 as at 9.02am as Asian stocks traded mixed.

SINGAPORE stocks resumed trading lower on Friday afternoon, with the Straits Times Index down 22.66 points or 0.7 per cent to 3,450.42 as at 1.04pm.