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Which sectors recorded the most net retail inflow in August?

In August, Singapore stocks recorded a net retail inflow of $600m.

Real estate investment trusts (REITs), telecommunications, real estate, and technology were the top sectors that recorded the most net retail inflow in August, data from SGX showed.

The telecommunications company that booked the highest net retail inflow was Singtel at $163m. Singtel was also the overall top stock in terms of net real inflow in August.

Behind Singtel is Singapore Airlines with $95m, Venture Corporation with $93m, OCBC with $82m, and Capitaland Investment with $82m.

Over the month, Singapore stocks booked a net retail inflow of $600m. 

In August, SGX said individual Investors were net buyers of Singapore stocks, whilst market makers and active traders bridged the difference between net institutional and net retail fund flow. 

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