B2F.SI - M1 Limited

SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
2.0500
0.0000 (0.00%)
As of 4:59PM SGT. Market open.
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Previous close2.0500
Open2.0600
Bid2.0400 x 0
Ask2.0700 x 0
Day's range2.0500 - 2.0600
52-week range1.5100 - 2.1500
Volume145,800
Avg. volume1,463,693
Market cap1.899B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.51
PE ratio (TTM)14.54
EPS (TTM)0.1410
Earnings date15 Apr 2019 - 19 Apr 2019
Forward dividend & yield0.12 (5.85%)
Ex-dividend date2019-05-03
1y target est1.97
  • Reuters21 days ago

    Shareholders to delist Singapore's smallest telco M1

    Conglomerate Keppel Corp and Singapore Press Holdings said late Wednesday they would delist Singapore's smallest mobile operator M1 Ltd after their offer to buy control of the company closes. Keppel and SPH said in September they would offer S$2.06 ($1.53) per share for majority ownership of M1 in a bid to support its falling share price and restructure the firm and make it more competitive. This month, Malaysia's Axiata Group, the largest shareholder in M1, accepted the bid.

  • Reuters SG21 days ago

    Shareholders to delist Singapore's smallest telco M1

    Conglomerate Keppel Corp and Singapore Press Holdings said late Wednesday they would delist Singapore's smallest mobile operator M1 Ltd after their offer to buy control of the company closes. Keppel and SPH said in September they would offer S$2.06 ($1.53) per share for majority ownership of M1 in a bid to support its falling share price and restructure the firm and make it more competitive. This month, Malaysia's Axiata Group, the largest shareholder in M1, accepted the bid.

  • Reuterslast month

    Malaysia's Axiata accepts offer for Singapore mobile operator M1

    KUALA LUMPUR/SINGAPORE, Feb 16 (Reuters) - Malaysia's Axiata Group, the largest shareholder in Singapore mobile operator M1 Ltd, has accepted a bid from Singapore investors that valued M1 at S$1.9 billion ($1.4 billion). In a statement late on Friday, the telecoms group said it would book an estimated gain of 126.5 million ringgit ($31 million) after selling its 28.7 percent stake in M1 for about 1.65 billion ringgit. Last year, Singapore conglomerate Keppel Corp and Singapore Press Holdings launched an offer to gain majority control of M1.

  • Reuters SGlast month

    UPDATE 2-Malaysia's Axiata accepts offer for Singapore mobile operator M1

    KUALA LUMPUR/SINGAPORE, Feb 16 (Reuters) - Malaysia's Axiata Group, the largest shareholder in Singapore mobile operator M1 Ltd, has accepted a bid from Singapore investors that valued M1 at S$1.9 billion ($1.4 billion). In a statement late on Friday, the telecoms group said it would book an estimated gain of 126.5 million ringgit ($31 million) after selling its 28.7 percent stake in M1 for about 1.65 billion ringgit. Last year, Singapore conglomerate Keppel Corp and Singapore Press Holdings launched an offer to gain majority control of M1.

  • Reuterslast month

    Malaysia's Axiata Group exits investment in Singapore mobile operator M1

    Malaysia's Axiata Group has disposed of its equity interest in Singapore-based mobile operator M1 Ltd, it said on Friday. In a stock exchange filing, the telecoms group said it had accepted a voluntary conditional general offer by Konnectivity Pte. Ltd for its entire stake in M1 for a total cash consideration of about 1.65 billion ringgit ($404.11 million) at the offer premium price of S$2.06. "The group will effectively divest its 28.7-percent stake in M1 and exit its investment in Singapore with an estimated gain of 126.5 million ringgit from this deal," it said.

  • Reuters SGlast month

    Sequoia-backed Singapore telco Circles.Life to invest over $250 mln in overseas push

    Sequoia-backed Singaporean mobile services provider Circles.Life said on Thursday it plans to invest more than $250 million to roll out services in over five countries, including Taiwan and Australia, in the next 18 months. Singapore's telecom market is set for a shakeup this year as a new player TPG Telecom is preparing to launch services. Last year, conglomerate Keppel Corp and Singapore Press Holdings offered to buy a majority control of mobile operator M1 Ltd.

  • The Malaysia Dispatch: From One Island To Another
    Motley Foollast month

    The Malaysia Dispatch: From One Island To Another

    Penang is a hop and a skip away -- and businesses there are not too different from what we see in Singapore.

  • Motley Fool2 months ago

    These 2 Companies Announced Mixed Results Recently

    M1 Ltd (SGX: B2F) and Keppel Corporation Limited (SGX: BN4) reported mixed results recently.

  • M1 Ltd’s Latest Results: Net Profit Fell 21.4%
    Motley Fool2 months ago

    M1 Ltd’s Latest Results: Net Profit Fell 21.4%

    We take a look at 10 key points from M1 Ltd's (SGX: B2F) latest result presentation.

  • The Weekly Nibble: Best Dividend Shares
    Motley Fool2 months ago

    The Weekly Nibble: Best Dividend Shares

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  • Reuters SG2 months ago

    UPDATE 1-Singapore's Keppel sees rig recovery after posting Q4 profit

    Singaporean conglomerate Keppel Corp posted improved results for the fourth quarter, helped by narrower losses in its offshore and marine division, and said it was seeing signs of recovery in the rig industry. The company on Thursday reported a net profit of S$135 million ($99.2 million) for the quarter ended December, compared with a net loss of S$492 million a year earlier, when it accounted for a fine its rig-building unit agreed to pay to resolve bribery charges in Brazil. The company, whose businesses range from rig building to property development, reported an annual profit of S$944 million.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    BRIEF-Keppel Says Offeror Does Not Intend To Increase Offer Price In M1 Bid

    Jan 24 (Reuters) - Keppel Corp: * OFFEROR DOES NOT INTEND TO INCREASE OFFER PRICE OF S$2.06 UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES IN PLAN TO TAKE MAJORITY CONTROL IN M1 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    SE Asia Stocks-Most recover; Singapore falls about 1 pct

    * Thailand gains for fifth straight session * Malaysia posts over 1-1/2-mth closing high By Shreya Mariam Job Jan 22 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets recovered from early falls to close higher ...

  • Motley Fool2 months ago

    Singapore’s Top 5 Dividend Shares Among the World’s Best

    Here are some of the top dividend-yielding companies in Singapore.

  • Reuters SG2 months ago

    UPDATE 1-Singapore telco M1's bidders say no plan to raise offer price

    Singapore conglomerate Keppel Corp and Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) said on Tuesday they will not raise their offer price to gain majority control of mobile operator M1 Ltd, a move that could put pressure on Axiata Group, M1's single largest shareholder. Keppel and SPH, which together control 34.3 percent of Singapore's smallest mobile operator, said in September they would offer S$2.06 ($1.50) per share for majority ownership of M1 in a bid to support its falling share price and restructure the firm to better compete against sector rivals.