|52 Week High||3,449.53|
|52 Week Low||2,968.87|
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The Straits Times Index (STI) comprises of the stocks of 30 representative companies listed on the Singapore Exchange. The index is calculated based on market-value weighted stock market index.
The Straits Times Industrials Index (STII) was replaced by The Straits Times Index. The index began trading on 31st August 1998 at 885.26 points, the same level where the STII was halt.
The index was constructed by the Singapore Press Holdings, the Singapore Exchange and Professor Tse Yiu Kuen from the Singapore Management University. The formal review of index is done at least once annually, and may also be reviewed on an ad-hoc basis when required.
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