Arab Today, arab today singapore stocks end down 015
Last Updated : GMT 10:59:27
Arab Today, arab today
Arab Today, arab today

Singapore stocks end down 0.15%

Arab Today, arab today

Arab Today, arab today Singapore stocks end down 0.15%

Singapore - Xinhua

Singapore shares closed 0.15 percent lower on Friday as investors shrugged off solid corporate earnings, especially in the United States, and reassurance from Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke over the U.S. central bank\'s easy monetary policy. Bernanke told the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday it was too soon to judge if recent \"mixed\" signals from the U.S. economy would prompt the central bank to delay plans to trim its bond buying this year. The Phillip Securities Research said while the Straits Times Index was relatively muted as trading activities remained slow since the start of July, the index is expected to outperform year- on-year on gradual economic recoveries, amid some volatility. SIAS Research forecast the Straits Times Index could hold onto the 3,200 points level, but if it falls below that, there may be more selling. The benchmark Straits Times Index fell 4.94 points to close 3, 213.26 points. Trading volume was 2.34 billion shares worth 1.07 billion Singapore dollars. Decliners outnumbered advancers 236 to 182, while 535 stocks closed unchanged. Among top actives, KrisEnergy Limited closed at 1.155 Singapore dollars. The oil and gas explorer, backed by Keppel Corporation and private equity firm First Reserve, rose above the initial public offering price of 1.10 Singapore dollars in their trading debut on the Singapore Exchange. The company sold 151.99 million shares and an additional 94.16 million shares to cornerstone investors, raising gross proceeds of 270.8 million Singapore dollars. Keppel Corporation fell 1.4 percent to 10.75 Singapore dollars. The company reported a net profit of 346.8 million Singapore dollars for the three months ended June, down 33 percent from 520. 9 million Singapore dollars a year earlier. CNA Group soared 97.1 percent to 27 Singapore cents. The company which has businesses in IT solutions, water treatment and infrastructure proposed placement of 60 million new shares at 12. 08 Singapore cents each. CapitaMall Trust gained 1 percent to 2.02 Singapore dollars. It said on Friday second-quarter distributable income rose 10.2 percent from a year ago, helped by strong tenants\' sales and increased shoppers\' traffic. Among the top gainers, Jardine Strategic rose 0.2 percent to 35. 29 U.S. dollars, while City Development became one of top losers by falling 1 percent to 10.71 Singapore dollars. (1 U.S. dollar equals to 1.27 Singapore dollars)

Name *

E-mail *

Comment Title*

Comment *

: Characters Left

Mandatory *

Terms of use

Publishing Terms: Not to offend the author, or to persons or sanctities or attacking religions or divine self. And stay away from sectarian and racial incitement and insults.

I agree with the Terms of Use

Security Code*

Arab Today, arab today singapore stocks end down 015 Arab Today, arab today singapore stocks end down 015

 



Arab Today, arab today
Arab Today, arab today Mohamed Bahari prepares new collection for spring 2017

GMT 06:15 2017 Monday ,27 February

Mohamed Bahari prepares new collection for spring 2017
Arab Today, arab today As Olympics loom, China plunges into snow biz

GMT 10:08 2017 Tuesday ,28 February

As Olympics loom, China plunges into snow biz
Arab Today, arab today Sheds light on major steps in 12-year career

GMT 06:07 2017 Monday ,27 February

Sheds light on major steps in 12-year career
Arab Today, arab today UN envoy sets out framework

GMT 07:25 2017 Monday ,27 February

UN envoy sets out framework
Arab Today, arab today Kalam Nawaem made a difference in social issues

GMT 06:43 2017 Tuesday ,28 February

Kalam Nawaem made a difference in social issues
View News in Arabic - Business: أسواق مالية
Arab Today, arab today
Arab Today, arab today
Arab Today, arab today Parliament considers solutions to overpopulation

GMT 20:27 2017 Monday ,27 February

Parliament considers solutions to overpopulation
Arab Today, arab today Penguins in the age of dinos

GMT 11:44 2017 Saturday ,25 February

Penguins in the age of dinos
Arab Today, arab today Pluto's unruly moons

GMT 06:31 2015 Thursday ,04 June

Pluto's unruly moons
Arab Today, arab today 'Constructive' Vauxhall talk with union

GMT 08:54 2017 Saturday ,25 February

'Constructive' Vauxhall talk with union
Arab Today, arab today Tesla back into red but revenue grows

GMT 07:27 2017 Thursday ,23 February

Tesla back into red but revenue grows
Arab Today, arab today Aspires present the story of Egypt’s first president

GMT 06:18 2017 Sunday ,26 February

Aspires present the story of Egypt’s first president
Arab Today, arab today Ex-yoga missionary unleashes rage

GMT 12:16 2017 Thursday ,23 February

Ex-yoga missionary unleashes rage

GMT 06:42 2017 Saturday ,25 February

Reasons for the delay 'On the Stairs of Servants'

GMT 05:14 2017 Thursday ,23 February

UK appoints 1st Scotland Yard chief in 188 years

GMT 18:23 2017 Friday ,24 February

Fadi explains secrets of  Nancy Ajram's newlook

GMT 10:28 2017 Wednesday ,22 February

Milan laughs while Rome cries

GMT 19:45 2017 Monday ,20 February

Sarah Belamesh designs antiques of "ceramic"

GMT 10:51 2017 Saturday ,25 February

Pigs with edited genes show resistance

GMT 18:28 2017 Saturday ,25 February

Tourist guide explains types of tourism

GMT 13:12 2015 Saturday ,09 May

Sheikh Sultan opens Sharjah Centre

GMT 06:28 2017 Tuesday ,28 February

Dumbphones survive rise of the smartphone

GMT 22:42 2017 Thursday ,23 February

Nasima Gamei revives heritage in jewelries
Arab Today, arab today
Arab Today, arab today
 
 Arab Today Facebook,arab today facebook  Arab Today Twitter,arab today twitter Arab Today Rss,arab today rss  Arab Today Youtube,arab today youtube  Arab Today Youtube,arab today youtube
arabstoday arabstoday arabstoday arabstoday
arabstoday arabstoday arabstoday
arabstoday
بناية النخيل - رأس النبع _ خلف السفارة الفرنسية _بيروت - لبنان
arabstoday, Arabstoday, Arabstoday