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1 July 2013

The FTSE Straits Times Index (STI) ended 9.51 points lower or -0.30% lower to 3,140.93, taking the year-to-date performance to -0.83%.

The FTSE ST Mid Cap Index declined -0.55% while the FTSE ST Small Cap Index gained +0.01%.

The top active stocks were Capitaland (-2.27%), Innopac (+9.91%), Singtel (-1.59%), DBS (-0.13%), and OCBC Bk (-1.50%).

The outperforming sectors today were represented by the FTSE ST Consumer Goods which gained +0.93%. The two biggest stocks of the Consumer Goods Index are Wilmar International (-0.63%) and Thai Beverage (+4.24%). The underperforming sector, FTSE ST Telecommunications, declined -1.58% with Singtel declining -1.59% and StarHub declining -2.15%. The FTSE ST Health Care Index gained +0.64% and the FTSE ST Industrials Index gained +0.58%.

The three most active Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) by value today were IS MSCI INDIA 100 (+1.56%), SPDR GOLD SHARES (+3.15%) and CIMB FTSE ASEAN40 100(+2.11%).

The three most active Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) by value were Ascendasreit (-0.45%), CapitaMall (+0.25%) and CapitaComm (-0.68%).

The most active index warrants by value today were STI 3300BPePW130829 (+3.25%), STI 3200BPeCW130829 (-4.08%) and CN7800MBeCW131030 (-9.09%).

The most active stock warrants by value today were KepCorp MBeCW130902 (-6.25%), DBS MB eCW130910 (-10.77%), and KepCorp BPeCW131002 (-2.86%).

Singapore Stock Market
                            Monday                        Friday
*ST Index       3,140.93  -9.51        3,150.44  +32.41
Volume:               2,042.7M                  1,802M
Value:                $1,050.6M                $1,721.9M
Gainers/Losers:      202/222                  262/158


Daily Market Commentary (Securities)
1 July 2013

The FBM KLCI index gained 1.60 points or 0.09% on Monday. The Finance Index increased 0.26% to 16928.87 points, the Properties Index dropped 0.70% to 1364.86 points and the Plantation Index rose 0.33% to 8391.03 points. The market traded within a range of 8.26 points between an intra-day high of 1775.76 and a low of 1767.50 during the session.

Actively traded stocks include LUSTER, INGENCO, ETITECH, FLONIC, GLOMAC, NICORP, SKPETRO, SALCON, MAS and ASUPREM-WB. Trading volume decreased to 1097.58 mil shares worth RM1566.21 mil as compared to Friday’s 1490.00 mil shares worth RM2730.00 mil.

Leading Movers were BAT (+190 sen to RM61.50), PETDAG (+60 sen to RM25.90), HLBANK (+40 sen to RM14.30), HLFG (+28 sen to RM14.74) and UMW (+16 sen to RM14.76). Lagging Movers were SKPETRO (-9 sen to RM4.00), GENTING (-6 sen to RM10.38), DIGI (-5 sen to RM4.71), MAYBANK (-4 sen to RM10.36) and UEMS (-3 sen to RM3.09). Market breadth was negative with 352 gainers as compared to 386 losers.

The KLCI rose marginally and closed at 1775.14 points in the first trading day of July. The trading volume was 26% lower than the previous trading day with less than 1.1 billion shares traded today as investors were reluctant to jump in but chose to stay sidelined after the high closing on last Friday. However, regional bourses that managed to outperform the KLCI index includes the Japanese Nikkei 225 Index, which inched up by 1.28% while the Shanghai Comp Index rose 0.81%.


Trade Summary
Date As of:         01 July 2013    
Description              Volume                     Value       Frequency
ETF                          14,000               11,185,000                   09
Stock             4,996,222,559    4,781,075,131,634           106,544
Warrant             119,615,260          8,350,405,600               2,137
Total               5,115,851,819    4,789,436,722,234           108,690


Vietnam's VN Index closed down 0.23 percent as weak manufacturing data from HSBC on Monday sparked concern among investors about the country's economic growth prospects, traders said.

Vietnam's Purchasing Managers' Index hit an 11-month low, with "marked downturns in output and new orders" in June, HSBC
said in a client note, citing its own data.
Banks and real estate firms led the fall with Vietcombank shares down 2.14 percent and VinGroup dropping 1.6 percent. Shares in the biggest company by capitalisation PetroVietnam Gas climbed 2.59 percent and Masan Group rose 2.81 percent to help to stem losses.
Traders expect more selling during this week if there was no better news on the health of the macro economy.

                   VN Index           480.04            
                PREV. CLOSE       481.13            
                   % CHANGE       -0.23%            
                       HIGH       482.03            
                        LOW       475.26    

Southeast Asian stock markets mostly fell on Monday as risk-averse investors continued to worry over the stimulus cut in the United States and a slowdown
in China, while lower-than-expected inflation numbers hurt market sentiment in Indonesia.

Share markets saw light trading session as global uncertainties kept funds cautious of putting money in risky assets.
Indonesia and Vietnam each saw trading volume falling nearly half of a full day average over the past 30 sessions.
 Change on day
 Market                   Current     Prev Close    Pct Move
 TR SE Asia Index*     430.17            430.70           -0.12
 Singapore                3140.93           3150.44           -0.30
 Kuala Lumpur          1775.14           1773.54          +0.09
 Bangkok                       --               1451.90             --   
 Jakarta                    4777.45           4818.89           -0.86
 Manila                     6526.62           6465.28          +0.95
 Ho Chi Minh              480.04             481.13          -0.23
 Stock Market Volume (shares)
 Market            Current Volume    Average Volume 30 days
 Singapore            211,981,300                   272,313,503       
 Kuala Lumpur      130,091,200                   170,122,113       
 Jakarta         2,220,982,500        4,761,635,567     
 Manila                110,818              132,192     
 Ho Chi Minh            35,055               73,515


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