Monday, 5 March 2018

Singapore shares open up on Monday; STI rises 0.2%

SINGAPORE - Singapore stocks opened 0.2 for each penny higher on Monday (March 5), with the Straits Times Index rising 7.75 focuses to 3,486.95 as at 9.03am. 

Around 85.9 million offers worth S$144.8 million altogether changed hands, which worked out to a normal unit cost of S$1.69 per share. 

The most effectively exchanged counter was DISA, which was level at one Singapore penny with 10.6 million offers evolving hands. Different actives included Thai Bev and Genting Singapore. 

Dynamic record stocks included DBS, exchanging at S$28.49 each, up eight Singapore pennies or 0.28 for each penny, and producer AEM Holdings, down two Singapore pennies or 0.31 for each penny at S$6.39. 

The drop goes ahead news that the gathering's biggest investor, Orion Phoenix, had sold four million offers to long-just institutional and family subsidizes on March 2 at S$6.10 each, about S$24.4 million on the whole. 

Gainers dwarfed failures 76 to 64, or around six up for each five down. 

Somewhere else, Tokyo stocks opened lower on Monday with steelmakers and different exporters falling in the midst of waiting stresses of an exchange war. 

The benchmark Nikkei 225 list slipped 0.43 for each penny or 90.51 focuses to 21,091.13 in early exchange while the more extensive Topix file was down 0.44 for every penny or 7.58 focuses at 1,700.76.

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