The Singapore bourse may want to put behind the choppy trading that dominated sentiment in past weeks as it heads into the summer but renewed global trade fears could put paid to it, while some attention could shift towards data out of home and abroad this week.
It may help a tad that US stocks had rallied last Friday on the back of positive United States jobs growth data that topped expectations but this may not be enough to take the attention away from global trade war worries.
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