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Singapore share prices closed 0.23 percent higher on Friday, in line with most regional markets.
SINGAPORE: Singapore share prices closed 0.23 percent higher on Friday, in line with most regional markets.
Concerns that US Federal Reserve could soon scale back its monetary stimulus continued to weigh on global markets.
But the weakening of the yen, which favours Japanese exporters, helped Tokyo lead most Asian markets higher.
Singapore's blue-chip Straits Times Index (STI) rose 6.98 points to end at 3,066.02.
In the broader market, 1.63 billion shares worth $923.3m changed hands. There were 208 gainers and 187 losers.
Among the losers, United Overseas Bank eased 1.08% to S$20.24 while property developer City Developments fell 0.4% to S$9.47.