SINGAPORE (May 12): The Straits Times Index is on a tear. In the one-week period to May 9, the benchmark index gained 1.2%, buoyed by strong results from the banks. Notably, shares of DBS Group Holdings, Oversea- Chinese Banking Corp and United Overseas Bank rose after reporting better-than-expected results on the back of strong fee income growth and loan expansion.

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