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Top Glove Corporation Bhd. (BVA.SI)

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0.1850+0.0060 (+3.35%)
At close: 05:04PM SGT
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Previous close0.1790
Open0.1790
Bid0.1840 x 0
Ask0.1850 x 0
Day's range0.1770 - 0.1860
52-week range0.1770 - 1.1000
Volume9,044,100
Avg. volume4,697,296
Market cap1.493B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.42
PE ratio (TTM)6.17
EPS (TTM)0.0300
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.02 (7.73%)
Ex-dividend date24 Dec 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Bloomberg

    Once-unstoppable Glove King loses billions after 89% stock crash

    The net worth of Top Glove’s founder has dropped to US$1 billion as the company reported a 99% plunge in profit and put expansion plans on hold.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian stocks, FX inch higher as investors gauge recession risks

    * S.Korean shares rise over 2% * Dollar falls from two-decade highs * Lower oil prices overnight take some heat off By Riya Sharma July 7 (Reuters) - Most Asian currencies and shares edged up on Thursday, as investors juggled concerns over inflation and a recession after minutes from the U.S. Federal Reserve's June meeting showed officials rallied around an outsized interest rate hike. Wall Street closed higher overnight, while oil continued to slide as investors digested new clues on the Fed's approach to rate policy and its inflation fight detailed in the minutes of the meeting. The U.S. central bank officials noted a willingness to move interest rates as high as needed to bring inflation down to the Fed's 2% target, and a need to convince the public that it was prepared to do so.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Philippine peso hits multi-year lows ahead of c.bank meet, Asian stocks fall

    * Malaysia shares slip to 2-year low * Philippine peso at its lowest in more than 3-1/2 years * South Korean stocks slump over 2% By Savyata Mishra June 20 (Reuters) - The Philippine peso on Monday fell to its lowest in over three-and-a-half-years as the country's central bank's views on consecutive rate hikes this year fell short of expectations, while other Asian currencies traded mixed amid recession fears. Felipe Medalla, the incoming Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) governor, called for at least two rate hikes this year and left the door open for more increases if high inflation persisted. The Philippines' policy decision this week is also in focus amid projections that the country's current account balance may see wider deficits in 2022 and 2023 than previously forecast.