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Market update: STI down 1.27%; SATS is top stock

SATS led the index.

The Straits Times Index closed at 3,185.96, down 1.27% on 26 September 2022, Monday.

SATS was at the top with 1.04% and Emperador, after being at the bottom in the past few days, is the second top listed firm with  1.01%.

Yangzijiang Shipbuilding was at the bottom with 10.48% down, Jardine Matheson Holdings with 3.79% down, and Sembcorp Industries with 3.75% down.

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