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Stocks suffer bouts of bipolar mood swings

US central banker's dovish comments on a September rate hike lift markets in Singapore and the region

A BIPOLAR cat on caffeine couldn't have bigger mood swings than this week's stock market.

Singapore shares reversed course for the fourth time in four days to gain 2.5 per cent, or 72.43 points, for a 2,945.43 close on Thursday following dovish remarks by a US central banker.


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