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Singapore stocks ended little changed on Monday, as lenders such as DBS Group Holdings declined but easing geopolitical tensions over North Korea's nuclear programme capped losses.
The Straits Times Index closed unchanged at 3,228.
TEE International, which provides mechanical and electrical engineering services, said it formed a strategic alliance with Advancer Global, which provides security services, pest control, and cleaning and stewarding services to its customers. The stock plunged 3.4 percent.
Singapore-based steel maker BRC Asia, which jumped 6 percent after receiving a conditional cash offer from Esteel Enterprise at a price of 92.5 Singapore cents a share.
Technology firm Trek 2000 International climbed as much as 56 percent on Monday after its shares resumed trading on the Singapore Exchange.
Investment holding company CITIC Envirotech on Monday said it has invested 365 million yuan in two hazardous waste treatment facilities in China's Huizhou city.