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See also Investing in Singapore.

As of 31 December 2007, the Singapore Exchange had 762 listed companies[1] with a combined market capitalization of $539 billion.[2] By January 2009, there were 768 listed companies (313 of them foreign companies) but total market capitalisation had fallen to $385 billion as a result of the global financial crisis.[3]

Basic Information

Exchange Symbols

  • Google Finance: SIN
  • Thomson Reuters: SG
  • Yahoo! Finance: ^STI

Market Information (as of 31 December 2007)

  • Trading Hours:
    • Pre-Market Session: 08:30 - 09:00
    • Normal Trading Session: 09:00 - 17:00
2004[4] 2005[5] 2006[6] 2007[7]
Number of Listed Companies633686708762
Domestic Market Capitalization (in $ million)217,618257,341384,286539,177
Value of Shares Traded (in $ million)107,297116,457180,243381,289
Average Daily Turnover (in $ million)4244667211,519
Average Value of Trades (in $ thousand)NANANANA
New Capital Raised from Initial Public Offerings (in $ million)2,1413,9074,8005,160
New Capital Raised from Secondary Public Offerings (in $ million)6751,5589244,588
Number of Trading Days253250250251

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Indices

Benchmark Index



Constituent Indices

  • FTSE ST All Share Index
  • Straits Times Index (STRAITS-SG)
  • FTSE ST Mid Cap Index
  • FTSE ST Small Cap Index
  • FTSE ST Fledgling Index
  • FTSE ST China Top Index
  • FTSE ST China Index
  • FTSE ST All Share Sector Indices

Sector Indices

  • FTSE ST Utilities
  • FTSE ST Health Care
  • FTSE ST Oil and Gas
  • FTSE ST Technology

Stocks listed on the Singapore Exchange

References

  1. Number of Listed Companies (2006, 2007), World Federation of Exchanges
  2. Domestic Market Capitalization (2006, 2007), World Federation of Exchanges
  3. Stockexchange.sg, based on Domestic Market Capitalization (January 2009), World Federation of Exchanges
  4. Annual Statistics 2004, Equity Markets, World Federation of Exchanges
  5. Annual Statistics 2005, Equity Markets, World Federation of Exchanges
  6. Annual Statistics 2006, Equity Markets, World Federation of Exchanges
  7. Annual Statistics 2007, Equity Markets, World Federation of Exchanges
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