Singapore MSCI Futures - Mar 16

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289.05 -1.05    -0.36%
00:36:00 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in SGD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index Future
Underlying: MSCI Singapore Free

  • Prev. Close: 290.10
  • Open: 289.43
  • Day's Range: 288.75 - 289.58
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Singapore MSCI 289.05 -1.05 -0.36%
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Singapore MSCI Futures Overview

Prev. Close290.1
MonthMar 16
Tick Size0.05
Open289.43
Contract SizeS$100 x SGX MSCI Singapore
Tick Value5
Day's Range288.75 - 289.58
Settlement TypeCash
Base SymbolSG
52 wk Range280.5 - 398
Last Trading Day03/28/2016
MonthsFGHJKMNQUVXZ
1-Year Return - 25.07%
Point Value1 = S$100

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Latest Singapore MSCI Futures Comments

Robert Yeow
Robert Yeow Nov 09, 2015 2:13AM GMT
The MSCI Singapore Index Futures Contract Starts Trading in Smaller Size and Finer Ticks. On 2 November, the contract multiplier and minimum tick size for the MSCI Singapore IndexSM Futures (Singapore SiMSCI Futures) contract has been halved to S$100 and 0.05 index points. Contract size is S$100 x SiMSCI Singapore value, 1 point value is S$10 and tick value 0.05 (S$5) - source SGX (sgx.com). .To Investing.com - time to update the specs for Singapore MSCI on your website!
Nic Lim
Nic Lim Nov 16, 2015 12:12PM GMT
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Robert Yeow
Robert Yeow Nov 09, 2015 2:12AM GMT
MSCI Singapore Index Futures Contract Starts Trading in Smaller Size and Finer Ticks. On 2 November, the contract multiplier and minimum tick size for the MSCI Singapore IndexSM Futures (Singapore SiMSCI Futures) contract has been halved to S$100 and 0.05 index points. Contract size is S$100 x SiMSCI Singapore value, 1 point value is S$10 and tick value 0.05 (S$5) - source SGX (sgx.com). . To Investing.com - time to update the specs for Singapore MSCI on your website.
Robert Yeow
Robert Yeow Nov 03, 2015 2:37AM GMT
MSCI Singapore Index Futures Contract Starts Trading in Smaller Size and Finer Ticks. . On 2 November, the contract multiplier and minimum tick size for the MSCI Singapore IndexSM Futures (Singapore SiMSCI Futures) contract has been halved to S$100 and 0.05 index points. Contract size is S$100 x SiMSCI Singapore value, 1 point value is S$10 and tick value 0.05 is S$5 - source SGX (sgx.com). . Investing.com - Time to update the specs for Singapore SiMSCI.
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