Market Round-Up: What did you miss?

A quick look at all the market moving events and big financial news of the day. From ComfortDelGro's share surge to KrisEnergy petroleum deal, get your daily dose of all the latest in the world of business right here.

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  • Singapore stocks edged lower on Wednesday amidst caution ahead of the global central bankers meeting later this week.
  • Hong Kong's trading session was canceled for the day as a typhoon roiled the city.
  • Taxi operator ComfortDelGro surged as much as 11 percent on Wednesday amidst talks of a potential alliance with U.S.-based Uber Technologies.
  • Oil and gas explorer KrisEnergy jumped 6 percent after it signed an agreement with Cambodian government to develop nation's first oil field in Cambodia Block A in the Gulf of Thailand.
  • Singapore-listed Global Logistic Properties said its unit CLF2 Singapore Pte. has acquired investment firm Hallmark International Investment for US$121.6 million. Stock was up 0.3 percent.