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Daily Markets Briefing: STI down 1.17%

CityDev saw the sharpest decline amongst top active stocks with a 2.98% contraction.

The Straits Times Index ended 29.39 or 1.17% lower at 2,483.48.

The top active stocks were DBS, which decreased 1.97%, Wilmar Intl, which slipped 0.48%, UOB, which dropped 1.22%, CityDev, which fell 2.98%, and OCBC Bank with a 1.38% contraction.

The FTSE Mid Cap slid 0.76%, whilst the FTSE Small Cap inched down 0.71%.

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