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Singapore stocks fell for a fifth straight session on Monday, as worries about U.S. President Donald Trump's ability to fulfill his economic agenda continued to hamper global risk appetite.
The Straits Times Index lost 0.15 percent or 5 points to end at 3,246.
Shares of Dukang Distillers Holdings fell 4.4 percent as it expects its overall revenue and earnings to be significantly lower for the fiscal 2017.
EMAS Offshore, a unit of Ezra Holdings, said it is seeking legal advice after Perisai Petroleum Teknologi said it had regained the right to sell its 51 percent in the joint venture, SJR, following the lapse of a settlement agreement between the two companies.
DBS Bank said on Monday it is investing S$20 million over the next five years to train its Singapore-based employees with skills in digital technologies.