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Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Singapore shares prices fell 1.0% on Wednesday for the 10th straight session of losses.

SINGAPORE: Singapore shares prices fell 1.0% on Wednesday for the 10th straight session of losses.
The blue-chip Straits Times Index (STI) shed 29.84 points to close at 3004.18.
The fall was in line with Asian market weakness.
Jitters over a possible US military strike against Syria hit Asian markets and added to recent worries the US may pull back on its stimulus.
The STI initially dipped below its 3000 support but recovered some ground towards the closing.
In the broader market, losers outnumbered gainers 373 to 114 and trading volume totalled 3.05 billion shares.
Thai Beverage was among the losers, shedding 7.7% to close at S$0.420.
Real-estate stocks were hit by the latest government property-cooling measures announced, with CapitaLand down 2.3% to S$2.93 while City Developments lost 2.2% to end at S$9.76.   

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