|Bid||1.7400 x 0|
|Ask||1.7500 x 0|
|Day's range||1.6700 - 1.7400|
|52-week range||1.0100 - 1.7900|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.88|
|PE ratio (TTM)||14.50|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.05 (2.99%)|
|Ex-dividend date||10 May 2023|
|1y target est||10.14|
* South Korean won biggest loser among Asian peers * China's yuan hits lowest in over one-month * U.S. dollar index firmed to 106.34 By Roushni Nair Nov 28 (Reuters) - Asian emerging markets came under selling pressure on Monday, with the South Korean won and China's yuan declining the most, as protests in major Chinese cities over strict COVID-19 curbs dampened the outlook for the world's second-largest economy. The South Korean won weakened 1.1%, snapping a three-day winning streak, while the Indonesian rupiah fell 0.4% for its biggest percentage loss since Nov. 16. The Singapore and Taiwan dollars gave up 0.2% each, while the Philippine peso slipped marginally.
* Most Asian FX edges higher * Ringgit flat ahead of palace-set deadline to form govt * Regional stock indexes mixed By Himanshi Akhand Nov 22 (Reuters) - Malaysian stocks weakened for the second day and the ringgit traded flat on Tuesday as two major coalitions scrambled to meet the deadline to form a government, while most other emerging Asian currencies bounced back from Monday's losses. "The situation remained fluid and from the market's perspective, any government might be better than having no government... even as there is some cautiousness when it comes to having the religion-based PAS in the ruling federal government," analysts at OCBC Bank wrote. Shares of casino operator Genting Malaysia and investment holding and management company Genting Berhad have slipped this week as investors worried that the strong performance from the Islamist party PAS could lead to a crackdown on gambling.
* Indonesia's rupiah set for sharpest daily fall in over a month * Singapore stocks buck trend, only to gain in the region * Stocks in Malaysia down for the 4th day By Navya Mittal Nov 17 (Reuters) - Emerging Asian stocks and currencies extended falls on Thursday against the dollar, which found some support on the back of stronger-than-expected U.S. retail sales data overnight. U.S retail sales increased more than expected in October, indicating consumer spending in the United States picked up early in the fourth quarter. "The retail sales do add to the point that U.S. economy is still doing relatively well," said Alivin Tan, head of Asia FX strategy at RBC Capital Markets.