By Ovais Subhani SINGAPORE, Dec 29 (Reuters) - Singapore shares traded higher on Thursday helped by gains in offshore oil rig makers, Keppel Corp. and SembCorp Marine . Singapore's Straits Times Index ended up 0.32 percent. Malaysian stocks rose 0.55 percent, and by 0906 GMT, Thai stocks were up 0.80 percent. The Philippine index rose 1.39 percent, ending the year up almost 15 percent. Financial markets in Manila will be closed on Friday and resume trade on Monday. The Philippine ...
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