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Ayala Land, Inc. (AYAAF)

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0.48000.0000 (0.00%)
At close: 11:56AM EDT
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Previous close0.4800
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's range0.4800 - 0.4800
52-week range0.4800 - 0.7000
Avg. volume391
Market cap7.09B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.84
PE ratio (TTM)24.00
EPS (TTM)0.0200
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.01 (1.10%)
Ex-dividend date08 Mar 2022
1y target est39.13
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    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian stocks fall on China lockdown woes, U.S. inflation data eyed

    * Investors await U.S. inflation data * Most stocks in the region fall, FX mixed By Indranil Sarkar June 10 (Reuters) - Asian stocks fell on Friday, spooked by a fresh COVID-19 alert in Shanghai and Beijing, while Indonesian stocks took a hit after the world's biggest palm oil exporter raised its maximum palm oil export tax. Sentiment in the region soured on news of renewed curbs in China as new COVID cases emerged. Multiple districts in Beijing are shutting down entertainment venues, while most citizens in Shanghai are facing new rounds of mass testing to prevent a new outbreak.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian stocks rise even as weak China data casts gloom

    * Markets in Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia closed * Weaker-than-expected China data fuels growth concerns * Philippine stocks posts best session in two months By Harish Sridharan May 16 (Reuters) - Emerging stock markets in Asia kick-started the week on a firmer footing, even as shockingly weak data from China stoked further concerns about a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy. Philippine stocks closed 1.9% higher to record their best session in two months. Data released last Thursday showed the Philippine economy grew at a better-than-expected 8.3% in the first quarter, increasing the likelihood of a rate hike to tackle inflation as early as the next central bank meeting on May 19.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Asia stocks slip on weak China data; Ukraine woes, inflation hit currencies

    * Philippine peso at near 3-year low * Chinese stocks down 2.6% * High oil prices stoke inflation fears By Harshita Swaminathan March 14 (Reuters) - Most Asian currencies and stock markets were in the red on Monday, hit by concerns over the escalating Russia-Ukraine crisis and a drop in China's new bank loans, with Philippine stocks plunging more than 4%. Stock markets in China shed 2.6%, as outlook for the region's largest economy was hampered by new local symptomatic COVID-19 cases rising to a two-year high, and data showing a contraction in new bank loans.