- Non-oil domestic exports grew faster-than-expected in June from a year earlier.
- Home sales fell 21 percent in June as fewer new projects were launched in Singapore.
- Singapore shares rose for a third consecutive session to hit a near two-year high, led by financial stocks. The Straits Times Index gained 0.33 percent or 11 points to end at 3,298.
- Shares of furniture maker Koda jumped as much as 17 percent after the Singapore-based Koda said it expects fiscal 2017 net profit to exceed that from a year earlier.
- Construction company OKP Holdings' shares plunged about 14 percent when trading resumed on Monday.
- Singapore Press Holdings slumped nearly 3 percent after its Q3 net profit declined 45.2 percent.
- Keppel unit secured two technology solutions contracts for China waste-to-energy plants.
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