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  • Singapore stocks fell on Wednesday, dragged lower by lenders such as OCBC, but easing geopolitical tensions over North Korea's missile programme capped any huge losses.
  • The Straits Times Index lost 0.16 percent or 5 points to end at 3,230.
  • Singapore's largest lender DBS on Wednesday pledged to power all its operations in the city-state using renewable energy by 2030, becoming the Asian bank to join renewable energy commitment.
  • Keppel DC REIT said it acquired a data centre in Dublin, Ireland for 66 million euros. Its shares fell 0.4 percent.
  • Gardenia bread maker QAF, which rose 2 percent after saying it plans to list its pork production and feedmilling business on the Australian Securities Exchange.
  • Singapore-listed Croesus Retail Trust gained 0.4 percent after a majority of its unitholders voted in favour of Blackstone's proposed acquisition of Japanese retail mall owner.
  • Heeton Holdings said a consortium-led by the real estate conglomerate has bought an iconic entertainment venue in Manchester City, United Kingdom.