Thursday, 25 January 2018

Singapore shares open lower on Thursday; STI down 0.1% to 3,603.83

SINGAPORE stocks opened lower on Thursday, with the Straits Times Index withdrawing 0.1 for every penny, or 5.41 focuses to 3,603.83 as at 9.04am. 

This comes as Wall Street finished blended overnight, with the Dow pushed to a record high on Wednesday, however the S&P 500 and Nasdaq withdrawing in the midst of shortcoming in aircraft and PC chip shares. 

On the Singapore bourse, around 175.1 million offers worth S$174.3 million altogether changed hands. Gainers dwarfed failures 75 to 60. 

The most effectively exchanged counters were ISR Capital, which was level at 0.5 Singapore penny with 75 million offers evolving hands; and Accrelist which was down 14.29 for every penny, or 0.1 Singapore penny, to 0.6 Singapore penny with 8.87 million offers exchanged. 

Different actives included Genting Singapore, which was down 1.44 for every penny, or two Singapore pennies to S$1.37 with 8.57 million offers exchanged; and Sembcorp Marine which was up 0.79 for each penny, or two Singapore pennies to S$2.54 with 3.03 million offers evolving hands.

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