Singapore Stocks - Factors to watch on Oct 9

SINGAPORE, Oct 9 (Reuters) - Following are somecompany-related and market news which could have an impact onthe local market.

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INSTRUMENT LAST PCT CHG NET CHGS&P 5001455.88 -0.35% -5.050USD/JPY78.34 0.03% 0.02010-YR US TSY YLD1.7097 -- -0.033SPOT GOLD1776.84 0.14% 2.550US CRUDE90.1 0.86% 0.770DOW JONES13583.65 -0.19% -26.50ASIA ADRS119.73 -0.76% -0.92


GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks, oil falter on view on China economy

SE ASIA STOCKS-Most retreat amid global concerns; Jakartaoff recordSTOCKS TO WATCH-- DBS GROUP HOLDINGS LTD

- Southeast Asia's largest bank DBS said on Monday this yearit will be holding its board meeting in Taiwan for the firsttime, in a move aimed at underscoring the importance of themarket to the bank.

DBS Bank (Taiwan) delivered net earnings before tax of1.23 billion Taiwan dollars ($42 million) for the year toend-July, up 64 percent from a year earlier.


- JES International, a Singapore-listed Chinese shipbuilder,said it had expanded offshore by securing its first newbuildcontract from a customer based in Norway for a platform supplyvessel.


> Nikkei opens lower on slowdown fears ahead of earnings

> Wall Street drops as investors wary of weak earnings

> Prices fall as jobless rate improves, new supply due

> Euro falls from 2-wk high vs dlr, yen as Spain weighs

> Gold hit by largest 2-day fall since August

> Oil dips on growth concerns, Middle East fears support

> Key political risks to watch in Singapore

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(Reporting by Eveline Danubrata; Editing by Richard Pullin)

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