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Banks’ bounce triggers STI’s rebound off support; outlook cloudy - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Banks' bounce triggers STI's rebound off support; outlook cloudy

After losing 145 points week-on-week during May 10–15, the Straits Times Index (STI) on May 17 managed to bounce off an intra-day low of 3,027 and its 100-day moving average.

Interest shifts towards conglomerates as STI meanders sideways - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Interest shifts towards conglomerates as STI meanders sideways

When one door closes, another opens — that could be the case with Keppel Corp.

Interest shifts towards conglomerates as STI stays in corrective mode  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Interest shifts towards conglomerates as STI stays in corrective mode

Week-on-week, the Straits Times Index lost a mere six points. But this calm belies a one-day 37-point drop on April 21, followed by a rebound on April 22.

Keppel readies for a break, caution on OUE surge, respite for STI - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Keppel readies for a break, caution on OUE surge, respite for STI

Technically, OUE is certainly attracting its fair share of attention. The moving averages are bunched up and turning positive simultaneously.

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STI ready for a respite; Keppel rising to the challenge

The Straits Times Index looks somewhat tired following its rise from 2,881 in Feb to 3,207 in the first week of April, before easing slightly.

SembMarine gatecrashes the property stocks party with a breakout  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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SembMarine gatecrashes the property stocks party with a breakout

More exciting than the rather staid Straits Times Index, is the performance of selected property related stocks such as Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), and United Industrial Corp (UIC) which has an

Firmer interest rates, confusion boost oil, cyclicals - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Firmer interest rates, confusion boost oil, cyclicals

In the first week of 2021, a triple whammy caused a surge in crude oil prices, with North Sea Brent rising to US$70.73 per barrel ($93 per barrel) initially on Jan 6, the commodity’s highest level

PhillipCapital eyes year-end STI at 3,200 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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PhillipCapital eyes year-end STI at 3,200

Stock markets have remained volatile as countries take turns going into lockdowns to curb subsequent waves of the Covid-19 virus, creating near-term economic uncertainty.

STI rises on further reopening of borders; tracks Wall Street gains on stimulus hopes - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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STI rises on further reopening of borders; tracks Wall Street gains on stimulus hopes

The Straits Times Index (STI) gained 1.2% to 2,547.77 as at noon on Oct 12 from 2,517.23 previously.

UOB Kay Hian lowers earnings estimates, target price for Keppel Corp despite $200 mil contracts - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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UOB Kay Hian lowers earnings estimates, target price for Keppel Corp despite $200 mil contracts

UOB Kay Hian analyst Adrian Loh has maintained his “buy” rating on Keppel Corporation on September 23, a day after Keppel Offshore & Marine (O&M) reported that it has scored two contracts w

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