Singapore shares were on course for a ninth day of decline in tepid trading, the longest losing streak in 11 years, echoing weakness in regional markets, weighed down by nervousness over a possible U.S. military attack on Syria. The Straits Times Index dropped 0.8 percent to 3,059.78, with trading volume at just about half of the 30-day average turnover, led by Jardine Cycle & Carriage Ltd and Thai Beverage Plc. In other stocks, Sino Grandness Food ...
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