SINGAPORE (Nov 7): Here are some factors and stocks that could move the market this Monday morning:

Singapore Post reported a 41.2% fall in 2Q earnings to $31.4 million from a year ago due to the absence of one-off divestment gains which boosted the bottomline a year ago. Revenue rose 22.3% to $321.7 million, thanks to contributions from new subsidiaries. Revenue from postal services and logistics was relatively stable at $127 million and $154 million. Shares of SingPost closed 3 cents higher at $1.65.

Frasers Centrepoint Trust is buying all 10 strata-titled retail units at Yishun 10 Cinema Complex for a total purchase consideration of $37.75 million. Yishun 10 is located at 51 Yishun Central 1 which is next to Northpoint Shopping Centre. The retail podium at Yishun 10 comprises 10 strata-titled retail units located on the ground floor and the aggregate nett lettable area is 10,413 square feet with an occupancy of 99.5% as at 30 September 2016. Units of Frasers Centrepoint Trust closed 5 cents lower at $2.00.

Ryobi Kiso, the ground engineering solutions provider, posted a 28.4% rise in 1Q earnings to $172 million from a year ago on higher other income, lower expenses and a forex gain. Revenue fell 37.8% to $28.2 million as contribution from the group’s bored piling operations decreased by 49.4% to $12.9 million. Revenue contribution from its eco-friendly, geo-services and other operations decreased by 22.6% to $14.4 million. Shares of Ryobi Kiso last traded at 20 cents.

Venture Corp, the provider of technology services, products and solutions, reported earnings of $47.4 million for 3Q, a 16.9% increase over the earnings of $40.5 million a year ago. Revenue rose 1.8% to $705.7 million. Shares in Venture closed 5 cents higher at $9.50.

Direct-selling company Best World reported 3Q earnings more than doubled to $8.9 million from a year ago from higher sales from direct selling. Revenue nearly doubled to $52.2 million from a year ago as revenue from its direct selling segment grew 54.2% growth to $32.4 million and revenue from its export segment more than quadrupled to $18.6 million. Shares of Best World closed 1 cent higher at $1.50.

The S&P 500 ended lower on Friday for a ninth straight day, the longest losing streak for the benchmark index in more than 35 years, as investors stayed on edge ahead of an uncertain U.S. election.  The Dow Jones industrial average fell 42.39 points, or 0.24%, to 17,888.28, the S&P 500 lost 3.48 points, or 0.17%, to 2,085.18 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 12.04 points, or 0.24%, to 5,046.37.

The Straits Times Index sheds 13.28 points to close at 2788.80. Losers outnumber gainers 224 to 160. Among prominent losers, Singapore Airlines falls 1.6% to close at S$9.95, its lowest this year, after reporting a 70% slump in income in the quarter ending September.