SINGAPORE, April 14 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets ended in negative territory on Tuesday, while Singapore rose the most in nearly three months, helped by banking and real estate shares after the central bank unexpectedly kept its monetary policy unchanged.
Singapore's Straits Times Index closed 1.05 percent higher, its biggest daily gain since Jan. 23. Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp, United Overseas Bank and DBS Group Holdings all rose between 0.9 percent and 1.7 percent. The Monetary Authority of Singapore said growth was evolving in line with expectat...
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