Traders Rejoice: Lunch Break Is Returning to Singapore's Stock Market – Wall Street Journal (subscription)

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Traders in Singapore soon won’t have to worry about being chained to their desks for lunch.

Singapore Exchange, known as SGX, said earlier this week that it will reinstate a daily one-hour lunch break, in which trading will stop from noon to 1 p.m. local time each day. The move, which will take effect in November, is part of the exchange operator’s efforts to boost interest and trading volume in its market. The exchange scrapped its…