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Top Glove Corporation Bhd. (BVA.SI)

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0.8900-0.0150 (-1.66%)
At close: 5:07PM SGT
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Previous close0.9050
Open0.9000
Bid0.8850 x 0
Ask0.8900 x 0
Day's range0.8850 - 0.9050
52-week range0.8500 - 3.1800
Volume5,065,500
Avg. volume4,923,681
Market cap7.177B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.12
PE ratio (TTM)2.81
EPS (TTM)0.3170
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.05 (5.54%)
Ex-dividend date01 Oct 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Malaysia's Top Glove posts 48% profit drop, to seek Hong Kong listing

    KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) -Malaysia's Top Glove Corp Bhd said on Friday it will renew its listing application to push ahead with its plans to raise $1 billion in Hong Kong despite a 48% slide in its quarterly earnings. The world's largest medical glove maker has been seeking a dual primary listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange since last year, but the deal was put on hold after it was slapped with an import ban from U.S. authorities. It already has a primary listing in Malaysia and a secondary listing in Singapore.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Indonesia stocks cheer easing curbs, Malaysia glove makers extend slide

    * Most regional currencies subdued * S. Korea's KOSPI had best day since Sept. 3 * U.S. CPI due at 1230 GMT By Indranil Sarkar Sept 14 (Reuters) - Easing COVID-19 curbs helped Indonesian stocks hit a one-week high on Tuesday, while Malaysian equities fell as declining cases and rising vaccinations continued to drag glove makers such as Top Glove and Hartalega Holdings. Most emerging Asian currencies were flat ahead of key U.S. inflation data, due at 1230 GMT, which could offer clues on the country's economic recovery and the Federal Reserve potentially tapering pandemic-era stimulus measures. Indonesia eased pandemic-induced curbs in its popular tourist island of Bali, fuelling a 0.5% rise in the country's equities.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Singapore shares tumble as virus cases near 1-year high

    * 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.