Monday, 29 May 2017

Singapore stocks open lower on Monday

SINGAPORE stocks opened lower on Monday. As at 9.06 am, the benchmark Straits Times Index was down 2.34 focuses or 0.07 for every penny at 3,217.08. 

Approximately 60.1 million offers worth S$52.9 million changed hands, with gainers dwarfing washouts 75 to 72. 

The most elevated esteem exchanged stocks by 9.06 am were DBS, down six pennies to S$20.74; Golden Agri-Resources, down a large portion of a penny to S$0.38; and Jardine Cycle and Carriage, up seven pennies to S$44.43. 

In Tokyo, stocks opened level on Monday. The benchmark Nikkei 225 list was up 0.05 for every penny, or 10.34 focuses, to 19,697.18 toward the begin; while the Topix file of all first-segment issues edged up 0.04 for each penny, or 0.7 point, to 1,570.12. 

On Wall Street last Friday, stocks floated possibly higher to new records. The expansive S&P 500 picked up a division to end the week at 2,415.82, while the Nasdaq rose 0.8 for each penny to close at 6,210.19. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was for all intents and purposes level at 21,080.28, putting it down under three focuses beneath Thursday's nearby.

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