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Singapore shares started the new year on a positive note after a lacklustre performance in 2013. The STI rose 7.22 points, or 0.23 per cent, to end at 3,174.65.
SINGAPORE: Shares in Singapore started the new year on a positive note on Thursday after a lacklustre performance in 2013.
The Straits Times Index rose 7.22 points, or 0.23 per cent, to end at 3,174.65.
Volume was 4.33 billion shares.
Gainers led losers 280 to 160.
Golden Agri-Resources climbed 0.9 per cent to S$0.55, Noble Group was up 0.47 per cent at S$1.065, while Wilmar International dropped 0.88 per cent to S$3.39.
Among banks, DBS was steady at S$17.10, UOB declined 0.09 per cent to S$21.22, while OCBC ended 0.2 per cent lower at S$10.18.
Keppel Corp gained 0.09 per cent to S$11.20 while HanKore Environment Tech Group Ltd was up 8.3 per cent at S$0.117.