Singapore Stocks: CapitaLand, Noble Group, Singapore Exchange

Singapore’s Straits Times Index (FSSTI) dropped 1.3 percent to 2,756.49 at the close. All but four shares declined in the 30-member gauge.

The following were among the most active shares in the market. Stock symbols are in parentheses after company names.

China developers: Real-estate companies that receive revenue from projects in China fell amid signs growth in the world’s second-largest economy is slowing. China’s economy probably grew the least in 10 quarters in the last three months of 2011, according to the median estimate of 26 economists surveyed by Bloomberg News. The data, along with indicators for investment, retail sales and industrial production, are scheduled for release tomorrow in Beijing.

CapitaLand Ltd. (CAPL) , which gets about 21 percent of sales from China, slipped 2.1 percent to S$2.35. Yanlord Land Group Ltd. (YLLG) , a China-based real-estate company, fell 2.4 percent to S$1.035.

Commodity suppliers: The Thomson Reuters/Jefferies CRB Index (CRY), which tracks 19 commodities ranging from copper to corn, fell 0.7 percent in New York on Jan. 13, extending its declined for a third day.

Noble Group Ltd. (NOBL) , a Hong Kong-based commodities supplier, slipped 1.8 percent to S$1.11.

Singapore Exchange Ltd. (SGX) , operator of Southeast Asia’s biggest bourse, dropped 2.2 percent to S$6.10 ahead of the announcement of its second-quarter results. The company said after the market close its net profit for the three months ended Dec. 31 fell 12 percent to S$65.4 million ($51 million) from a year earlier. The average estimate of five analysts in a Bloomberg survey was S$61.4 million.

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