REGIONAL markets gained on Monday, lapping up the possibility of a US-China trade deal as negotiations between the two countries appeared to advance over the weekend.
SINGAPORE shares closed slightly higher on Monday, as gains fuelled by the possibility of a US-China trade deal were capped by worries over local gross domestic product (GDP) growth.
THURSDAY'S trade talks between the US and China will continue to be the focus of investors for at least until the end of the week.
THE Straits Times Index (STI)started the day 0.4 per cent lower before clawing back to finish at 3,089.48, down just 0.42 point.
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