Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in October 2018

Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in October 2018

Performance of Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents in October 2018

The Straits Times Index (STI) ended 238.25 points or 7.32% lower to 3018.80 in October 2018.

(compared to 3257.05 on 28-Sep-2018)

Top Performers: Only 2 stocks with positive price gain - Golden Agri-Resources, Dairy Farm International.

Least Performers: Genting Singapore, City Developments, Venture Corp, UOL Group, Keppel Corporation.

Most Volatile: Venture Corporation, Yangzijiang Shipbuildings, Keppel Corporation, Genting Singapore, ComfortDelGro.



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Straits Times Index (STI) Constituents Performance (October 2018)


(Click to view the share price movement of respective stocks)


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Market Makers / Liquidity Providers are the biggest sellers during the first 4 weeks in October 2018, net sold S$873.4mil worth of shares within the period. See SGX Market Fund Flow Summary.


Year to date, the Straits Times Index has down 11.3%. See Straits Times Index Constituents Share Price Performance.
Overall, no. of YTD share price losers outnumbered gainers across sectors. See SGX Market.


Refer also to our newly created listing of SGX Top Active Stocks Of Week where we aggregate the list of top 100 traded stocks with the institutions/retailers buy/sell fund flow as well as share buyback data of most recent weeks to better understand the market transactions.






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