The logos of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) are pictured at its office in Singapore in this July 25, 2012 file photo. Two Singapore-listed companies resumed their steep decline on October 7, 2013, as ... more 
The logos of the Singapore Exchange (SGX) are pictured at its office in Singapore in this July 25, 2012 file photo. Two Singapore-listed companies resumed their steep decline on October 7, 2013, as trading halts were lifted - suspensions which have raised more questions than answers about the stocks as well as how the country's exchange regulates sudden price moves. Shares in Blumont Group Ltd, a diversified holding company, tumbled as much as 87 percent, while investment firm Asiasons Capital Ltd dropped more than 90 percent. A third company hit by the suspensions imposed on Friday, gold miner LionGold Corp Ltd, remained untraded after asking for the halt to continue, pending an announcement. SGX-directed trading suspensions are fairly rare. REUTERS/Tim Chong/Files (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO) less 
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