|Bid||1.4200 x 0|
|Ask||1.4300 x 0|
|Day's range||1.4100 - 1.4400|
|52-week range||0.8800 - 1.6900|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.95|
|PE ratio (TTM)||8.94|
|Earnings date||29 Apr 2021|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.04 (3.15%)|
|Ex-dividend date||11 May 2021|
|1y target est||8.02|
* Philippines c.bank meeting due Thursday * Markets await tapering signals from Fed * Taiwan shares track worst day since Aug. 19 By Shashwat Awasthi Sept 22 (Reuters) - Indonesian shares jumped nearly 1% on Wednesday to lead gains among most emerging Asian equities, as China Evergrande's promise to pay some bond interest calmed nerves, while Singapore stocks hit four-month lows due to a spike in COVID-19 cases. Shares in Manila moved further away from multi-week lows and equities in Jakarta were set for their best day since Aug. 30 after Evergrande allayed fears of an imminent collapse. Jakarta's benchmark also bounced after Bank Indonesia (BI) kept interest rates at record lows and backed its 2021 growth forecast on Tuesday, even though coronavirus curbs likely hampered economic growth in the third quarter.
* Philippines c.bank meeting due Thursday * Markets await tapering signals from Fed * Taiwan shares track worst day since Aug. 19 By Shashwat Awasthi Sept 22 (Reuters) - Indonesia's main share index jumped almost 1% while the main Philippines index crept further away from multi-week lows on Wednesday as most emerging Asian markets welcomed China Evergrande's promise to pay some bond interest due Thursday. The notable exceptions were markets in Taiwan and China, which suffered steep losses as they reopened after an extended holiday, while Singapore shares slid to a four-month low after the city-state reported its highest daily COVID-19 cases since April last year. Shares in Manila climbed 0.7% and Indonesian stocks were on track for their best day since Aug. 30 after Evergrande's announcement allayed fears of an imminent collapse, bringing relief to markets globally.
* Thai baht set for worst day since June 17 * U.S. inflation data, China retail sales eyed By Indranil Sarkar Sept 13 (Reuters) - Singapore stocks fell nearly 1% on Monday after daily COVID-19 cases neared a one-year high, while Thailand's baht led losses among regional currencies as markets awaited U.S. inflation data to weigh chances of policy tapering by the Federal Reserve. Equities across Malaysia, India and South Korea also dropped between 0.4% and 0.6%. Singapore's health ministry reported more than 500 new COVID-19 cases for the third straight day, even as the city state executes a phased reopening with more than 80% of its population fully vaccinated.