SINGAPORE stocks continued exchanging on Wednesday evening in positive domain, with the Straits Times Index rising 1.4 for every penny or 47.72 indicates on the day 3,545.92 as at 1.01pm.
Gainers dwarfed failures 180 to 150, or around six up for each five down, with 1.10 billion offers worth S$740.1 million altogether evolving hands.
For the second day in succession, the most effectively exchanged counter was Ezion, which fell S$0.023 to S$0.171 with 112.56 million offers evolving hands. Different actives included Magnus Energy, level at S$0.001 with 100.01 million offers exchanged and JEP, up by S$0.001 to S$0.064 with 17.54 million offers exchanged.
Dynamic list stocks included DBS Group Holdings, up 1.98 for every penny or S$0.57 to S$29.30; and CapitaLand, up 1.64 for each penny or S$0.06 to S$3.71.
Singapore hopes to support reciprocal ventures, exchange with Shandong
SINGAPORE and the eastern Chinese region of Shandong will investigate approaches to increment reciprocal ventures and exchange and speculation participation added to the Repertoire and Road Initiative at their yearly business committee meeting not long from now.
These were among zones of collaboration talked about by Senior Minister of State for Communications and Information and Health Chee Hong Tat, who co-seats the Singapore-Shandong Business Council, and Chinese authorities amid his visit to the region this week.
Mr Chee met the Shandong bad habit senator Ren Airong, his co-seat of the business chamber, on Monday at the common capital of Jinan.
On Tuesday, Mr Chee, who was joined by a designation of Singaporean business pioneers and authorities, went by the territory’s port city of Yantai where he met the city’s gathering secretary Zhang Shuping.
Amid their gatherings, Mr Chee and the Chinese authorities insisted the positive relations amongst Singapore and Shandong and examined approaches to additionally increment reciprocal ventures and exchange.