|Bid||0.6650 x 0|
|Ask||0.6700 x 0|
|Day's range||0.6500 - 0.6750|
|52-week range||0.6500 - 2.3100|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.13|
|PE ratio (TTM)||3.02|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.02 (2.32%)|
|Ex-dividend date||24 Dec 2021|
|1y target est||N/A|
* South Korean won at three-week low, Thai baht hits two-week low * Singapore shares up as much as 1% after two days of losses * Malaysian glove manufacturers decline By Sameer Manekar Dec 21 (Reuters) - Thailand's baht hit a two-week low on Tuesday as worries about the Omicron coronavirus variant dampened the outlook for the tourism-reliant economy, while the South Korean won and the Philippine peso also posted modest declines. Trading has been choppy in markets worldwide amid a global surge in Omicron cases, the possibility of more restrictions and thin year-end liquidity. In Asia, currencies were largely mixed on Tuesday, with the South Korean won lingering at a three-week low, the Philippine peso losing ground, while the Malaysian ringgit firmed 0.3%.
* South Korea 10-day exports surge 20% * Singapore approves COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5-11 years * China stocks jump 1% * Thai baht hovers near 3-week high By Anushka Trivedi Dec 13 (Reuters) - Emerging Asia's stocks and currencies rose on Monday as worries over the fallout from the new coronavirus variant Omicron receded, while investors kept tabs on more than a dozen global central bank meetings due this week. Equities in Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia rose between 0.2% and 0.7%, while their respective currencies,, gained 0.1% to 0.3%. Markets were counting on vaccines to curb Omicron's impact after reports showed symptoms caused by the strain may not be as bad as initially feared, with focus shifting to recent policy manoeuvres in China and upcoming central bank meetings.
* Most currencies chasing weekly gains * Singapore dollar set to snap six-week losing streak * Indian rupee hits over 17-mth low * Regional equities under pressure; Singapore reports first local Omicron case By Sameer Manekar Dec 10 (Reuters) - Most Asian currencies and equities retreated on Friday, losing ground gained earlier this week as investors waited for U.S. inflation data that could likely make the case for faster tapering by the Federal Reserve. The Singapore dollar was on pace to snap six straight weeks of declines.