SINGAPORE (Nov 5): The Singapore Exchange, suffering a drop in share price along with most of the 700 or so counters listed, has been exercising its share buyback mandate. The most recent purchase was made on Oct 30, when it bought 65,000 shares at $6.74 to $6.75 each. It had earlier made purchases on Oct 23, 25, 26 and 29. A total of 397,100 shares was bought at $6.91 to $7.04 each.

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