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Market Update: STI down 0.15%

Singapore Airport Terminal Services saw the sharpest decline during Monday's trading, with a 1.21% drop.

The Straits Times Index ended 4.83 or 0.15% lower at 3,153.14 at the close of trading on Monday, June 14.

Among the top active stocks were SGX which grew 1.52%, YZJ Shipbldg SGD which grew 1.39%, and Genting Sing which grew 1.14%.

Included in the bottom performers were ComfortDelGro which fell 1.18% and CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust which fell 0.92%.

Advancers led the Index across the markets. This is following Singapore's reopening after some restrictions were eased back. 

The FTSE 100 Index ended 12.62 or 0.18 higher at 7,146.68, whilst the NYSE Composite Index ended 32.51 or 0.19 lower at 16,662.42 at the close of trading.

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