SINGAPORE shares pushed slightly higher on Thursday, with the Straits Times Index advancing 0.2 per cent, or 6.78 points to 3,132.60 as at 9.03am.
After an aggressive statement made by US president Donald Trump on trade affairs and the Democrats moving towards launching formal…
SINGAPORE shares inched slightly lower on Monday, with the Straits Times Index (STI) down 0.04 per cent, or 1.23 points to 3,158.45
Singapore shares edged higher on Wednesday after late gains in the US market last night and as investors awaited a Federal Reserve rate decision.
Singapore shares edged down on Tuesday (Sept 17) after US and Europe trading sessions overnight reacted negatively to weekend attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities
Oil prices surged the most on record after drone attacks over the weekend on a Saudi Arabian oil facility, due to which STI opens lower on Monday.
MCT’s inclusion would bring combined weightage of the four Reits in the STI to around 8%