Singapore stocks: STI resumes Monday afternoon down 0.81% to 3,081.26

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SINGAPORE stocks declined as trading resumed on Monday afternoon, with the Straits Times Index heading down 0.81 per cent or 25.26 points to 3,081.26 as at 1.01pm, in line with declines seen in other Asian markets amid US-China tariff kick-in. Read more at The Business Times.

SINGAPORE stocks declined as trading resumed on Monday afternoon, with the Straits Times Index heading down 0.81 per cent or 25.26 points to 3,081.26 as at 1.01pm, in line with declines seen in other Asian markets amid US-China tariff kick-in.

Among the most heavily traded by volume, Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Holdings shed 0.6 per cent or S$0.005 to S$0.905 with 9.8 million shares traded. Rex International Holding stayed unchanged at S$0.077 with 7.7 million shares traded, while Genting Singapore retreated 0.6 per cent or S$0.005 to S$0.885 with 7.0 million shares traded.

 

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