- The Wall Street Journal•yesterday
Singapore’s stock-market capitalization is slipping as delistings add up and new listings grow scarce—the last high-profile IPO was five years ago—battering the city-state’s ambition to be Asia’s top financial ...
- Reuters•5 days ago
Hong Kong and Singapore are taking steps to curb the regulatory powers of their local bourses to remove a perceived conflict of interest and improve the quality of listed companies. In Hong Kong and Singapore local exchanges act as front-line regulators, meaning they police the same companies that pay their revenues and shareholder dividends. This conflicting role has led Singapore Exchange (SGX) and Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing (HKEX) open to the trading of companies that later got embroiled in several accounting scandals.
Singapore Exchange LimitedSES
|52wk Range||6.61 - 8.28|
|Day's Range||7.68 - 7.76|
|Avg Vol (3m)||1,686,766|
As of 5:04 AM EDT. Market closed.