Sıngapore Stocks, Bulls & Bears, Us Presıdentıal Electıon 2020

Sıngapore Stocks, Bulls & Bears

STI closes 0.75% higher with US election vote count under way

STI closes 0.75% higher with US election vote count under way

4/11/2020 2:18:00 PM

STI closes 0.75% higher with US election vote count under way

Hopes of a decisive outcome to the US elections melted away during the Asian trading session, but investors in Singapore were hardly in full retreat. Read more at

Stéphane Monier, chief investment officer at Swiss private bank Lombard Odier, said just before the end of trading in Singapore:"It's far too close to call, but right now, it is clear that the Democrat landslide suggested by polling is just not materialising.

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"For now, it very much looks that whoever wins the White House, we face a divided Congress. This has far-reaching implications for markets, mostly because it means that any kind of pandemic recovery package is still tough to approve," he added.

Investors in Singapore were hardly in full retreat though.The benchmark Straits Times Index ended Wednesday 18.76 points or 0.75 per cent higher.Leading the index with gains of more than 2 per cent each were Mapletree Industrial Trust, Singtel and Mapletree Logistics Trust.

On the other end of the spectrum, the biggest index laggards on Wednesday were Sembcorp Industries and Capital Integrated Commercial Trust, which declined by more than 1 per cent each.Also among the index losers were heavyweight property developers City Developments and CapitaLand, which declined 0.93 per cent and 0.39 per cent respectively.

Across the broader market, advancers and decliners were almost evenly matched at 208 to 205. The most actively traded counter was Jiutian Chemical, which had nearly 406.7 million shares changing hands. The stock rose 5.16 per cent, and closed at S$0.102.

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