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Singapore Exchange

October 19, 2021

UOB, Singtel & OCBC Led Net Institutional Buying in Early October

The first 11 sessions of October have seen Singapore stocks book S$280 million of net institutional inflow, following on from close to S$330 million of net institutional inflow in September. UOB, Singtel and OCBC led the net inflow over the past 11 sessions, while averaging 2.9% gains.

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Singapore Exchange

September 27, 2021

China Economy in Focus Ahead of Golden Week

China will be in focus this week ahead of the week-long National Golden Week holiday from 1 Oct to 7 Oct. All eyes will be on President Xi’s National Day policy speech on 1 Oct that also marks the 72nd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China.

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Singapore Exchange

September 13, 2021

Stocks That Have Attracted Significant Trading Activity in 2021

Singapore’s 150 most traded stocks in the 2021 YTD have made up the lion’s share of day-to-day turnover, which includes 22 stocks that have seen a greater than 10-fold increase in daily turnover in the 2021 YTD from 2020. This includes 11 stocks listed on the Mainboard, and 11 stocks listed on Catalist.

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Singapore Exchange

June 7, 2021

Trade & Logistics Make a Mark in First Five Months of 2021

Singapore’s REITS with significant Industrial or Logistic property assets have all generated gains in the first five months of 2021. With total returns averaging 12%, two thirds of the nine REITs outpaced the iEdge S-REIT Leaders Index, while the remaining third generated a marginal total return in-line with the Index.

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Singapore Exchange

May 27, 2021

Singapore Stocks Paralleled GDP Strengths in 1Q21

Singapore’s full 1Q21 GDP report, indicated that local economic conditions continued to improve in March, with GDP growing 1.3% YoY, increasing from the preliminary 0.2% reading based on activity in January and February.

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