1. Singapore stocks: STI resumes Wednesday afternoon at 3,156.81, up 0.3% on day  The Business Times
  2. Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam "worried" for Hong Kong over ongoing protests, criticises international media for "muddied" narrative of events  The Online Citizen
  3. Singapore shares tumble at Tuesday's open; STI down 1% to 3138.49  The Straits Times
  4. Singapore shares open sharply lower on Tuesday; STI down 1% to 3,138.49  The Business Times
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The ongoing protests against Hong Kong’s extradition Bill are worrying, and that contrary to the suggestion that the chaos in Hong Kong will benefit Singapore as one of its primary economic competitors, Singapore may be adversely affected should the protests continue, said Singapore’s Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam in an interview last Wed …

Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam "worried" for Hong Kong over ongoing protests, criticises international media for "muddied" narrative of events - The Online Citizen

: THE BUSINESS TIMES Stocks - SINGAPORE shares tumbled after the market opened on Tuesday following a long weekend break to face rising US-China trade tensions, escalating Hong Kong protests, an Argentine peso crash and slashed growth and export forecasts at home. . Read more at The Business Times.THE BUSINESS TIMES Singapore - SINGAPORE shares tumbled after the market opened on Tuesday following a long weekend break to face rising US-China trade tensions, escalating Hong Kong protests, an

Singapore shares open sharply lower on Tuesday; STI down 1% to 3,138.49, Stocks - THE BUSINESS TIMES

SINGAPORE - Singapore shares opened sharply lower on Tuesday following a long weekend break to face rising US-China trade tensions, escalating Hong Kong protests, an Argentine peso crash and slashed growth and export forecasts at home.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Companies & Markets News -SINGAPORE - Singapore shares opened sharply lower on Tuesday following a long weekend break to face rising US-China trade tensions, escalating Hong Kong protests, an

Singapore shares tumble at Tuesday's open; STI down 1% to 3,138.49, Companies & Markets News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

“Flight that just departed a few minutes ago from Hong Kong was a Cathay Cargo flight bound for Sydney. Can also see flight Flight TR980 from Singapore to Hong Kong, scheduled to land just after 6 PM tonight and turned back just before reaching Hong Kong.”

Timothy McLaughlin on Twitter: "Flight that just departed a few minutes ago from Hong Kong was a Cathay Cargo flight bound for Sydney. Can also see flight Flight TR980 from Singapore to Hong Kong, scheduled to land just after 6 PM tonight and turned back just before reaching Hong Kong.… https://t.co/qnYt0Jqh7s"

“FINA World Cup Arrives In Singapore, But Possibly Without Hong Kong Team https://t.co/mUGRoEIK3q”

Mel Stewart on Twitter: "FINA World Cup Arrives In Singapore, But Possibly Without Hong Kong Team https://t.co/mUGRoEIK3q"

“Hong Kong cannot be replaced as a banking center for Mainland China. Fraser Howie, Singapore, "Red... https://t.co/6hp0gJqh6e via @Audioboom”

John Batchelor on Twitter: "Hong Kong cannot be replaced as a banking center for Mainland China. Fraser Howie, Singapore, "Red... https://t.co/6hp0gJqh6e via @Audioboom"