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(RTTNews.com) – The Singapore stock market has closed lower in consecutive trading days, giving away almost 15 points or 0.5 percent in that span. The Straits Times Index settled just above the 3,360-point plateau, although the market is tipped to stop the bleeding on Thursday. The global forecast for Read More

ASX flat Australia’s S&P ASX 200 index recouped earlier losses to finish unchanged as some of the index heavyweights turned positive. Rio Tinto, which was hurt by iron ore prices dwindling to six-year lows in the morning session, rebounded 0.7 percent, while Westpac closed up 0.4 percent. However, a 5.3 Read More

(RTTNews.com) – The Singapore stock market headed south again on Tuesday, one session after it had ended the five-day losing streak in which it had fallen almost 55 points or 1.7 percent. The Straits Times Index closed just below the 3,370-point plateau, and the market is looking at a narrow Read More

Shanghai 1.6% higher China’s Shanghai Composite surged in final-hour trading to close at a fresh five-year high of 3,503, fueled by expectations for further stimulus in the world’s second-largest economy. Risk-on sentiment was ignited after Premier Li Keqiang said that Beijing has room and the tools to step in should growth falter Read More

(RTTNews.com) – The losing streak has stretched to five sessions now for the Singapore stock market, which has fallen almost 55 points or 1.7 percent in that span. The Straits Times Index closed just above the 3,360-point plateau, and the market may take further damage on Monday. The global Read More

Mok Fei Fei The Straits Times Publication Date : 13-03-2015   Listed companies in Singapore are among the most generous in the region when it comes to distributing dividends, according to a Singapore Exchange My Gateway report out yesterday. Companies making up the FTSE Singapore Index returned a dividend Read More

(RTTNews.com) – The Singapore stock market has tracked to the downside now in four straight sessions, falling almost 45 points or 1.4 percent in that span. The Straits Times Index settled just below the 3,375-point plateau, although the market may find traction on Friday. The global forecast for the Read More

(RTTNews.com) – The losing streak has stretched to three sessions now for the Singapore stock market, which has given away nearly 40 points or 1.3 percent along the way. The Straits Times Index closed just below the 3,380-point plateau, although now the market may catch some support on Thursday. Read More

The Singapore stock market has closed in the red in back-to-back sessions, dipping almost 20 points or 0.6 percent in that span. The Straits Times Index settled just below the 3,400-point plateau, and the market may extend its losses on Wednesday. The global forecast for the Asian markets is broadly negative thanks to concerns about Read More