Straits Times Index

Want to learn more about constituents of the Straits Times Index? These are some of the top companies listed on Singapore Exchange. A majority of them are multi-national corporations with businesses all over the world.

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Straits Times Index


Ascendas REITCapitaLand Ltd
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CapitaLand Mall TrustCity Developments Ltd
ComfortDelGro Corporation LtdDBS Group Holdings Ltd
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Genting Singapore PLCGlobal Logistic Properties Ltd
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Golden Agri-Resources LtdHongkong Land Holdings Ltd
Hutchison Port Holdings TrustKeppel Corporation Ltd
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Jardine Cycle & CarriageJardine Matheson Holdings
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Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp LtdSATS Ltd
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SembCorp Industries LtdCapitaland Commerical Trust
sia engineering logosingapore-airlines-logo
SIA Engineering Co. LtdSingapore Airlines Ltd
Singapore Exchange LtdSingapore Press Holdings Ltd
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Singapore Technologies Engineering LtdSingapore Telecommunications Ltd
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Starhub LtdThai Beverage PLC
United Overseas Bank LtdUOL Group Ltd
Yangzijiang Shipping Holdings LtdWilmar International Ltd
Venture Corporation

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2 thoughts on “Straits Times Index

  • September 7, 2016 at 4:45 am

    I have a question. Is it possible to purchase share of Singapore reits on us Exchanges, for example the American Exchange OR NYSE? Can ordinary people invest in Singapore , or do you have to be an accredited investor. If it is NOT Possible to purchase on a U.S. exchange, how might i invest in Singapore Reits. Thank you for your time. Sincerely Lawrence Bloomberg

    • March 17, 2017 at 2:07 pm

      Hi Lawrence,
      Most brokerage would allow you to invest directly in the Singapore market. It is best to check with your brokerage on the market they have access to. Thank you


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