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Top Glove Corporation Bhd. (BVA.SI)

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1.7100+0.0100 (+0.59%)
As of 11:14AM SGT. Market open.
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Previous close1.7000
Open1.7000
Bid1.7000 x 0
Ask1.7100 x 0
Day's range1.7000 - 1.7400
52-week range0.7067 - 3.1833
Volume1,308,200
Avg. volume4,301,670
Market cap13.659B
Beta (5Y monthly)-0.12
PE ratio (TTM)6.31
EPS (TTM)0.2710
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.17 (10.27%)
Ex-dividend date23 Mar 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Malaysia's Top Glove says production hurt by U.S. ban
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    Malaysia's Top Glove says production hurt by U.S. ban

    Malaysia's Top Glove said on Thursday its glove production has been affected because of a U.S. ban on its products over allegations they are made with forced labour. A "certain percentage" of Malaysian production has been affected because of the ban, but the impact will be temporary, Top Glove chairman Lim Wee Chai said on a call with reporters. The company also said it has stopped all shipments to the United States from Malaysia and that it was working "expeditiously" to resolve forced labour issues.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian stocks rise on U.S. spending plan, regional factory recovery

    * Taiwan, S.Korea stocks climb 0.9% each; Thailand up 0.7% * Indonesia's rupiah falls as much as 0.5% * Singapore Exchange explores joining SPAC party April 1 (Reuters) - Asia's emerging stock markets climbed on Thursday, supported by surveys showing higher production across factories in the populous continent last month, and the fillip given to Wall Street by the U.S. government's $2 trillion spending plan. Stock markets in Taiwan, South Korea, and Thailand climbed more than 0.6% each, while gains across the rest of the region were capped at less than half a percent. "With much of Asia Pacific on holiday on Friday, activity is somewhat muted," Jeffrey Halley, a senior market analyst for Asia Pacific at OANDA said.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian stocks advance on U.S. spending plan, regional factory data

    * Taiwan, Malaysia, S.Korean stocks gain 0.5% * Indonesia's rupiah falls as much as 0.5% * Singapore Exchange explores joining SPAC party By Nikhil Nainan April 1 (Reuters) - Asia's emerging stock markets made small gains on Thursday, supported by surveys showing higher production across Asia's factories last month, and the filip given to Wall Street by the U.S. government's $2 trillion spending plan . Gains throughout the region were capped at around half a percent with stocks in Taiwan, Malaysia and South Korea leading the way ahead of a long weekend for many. "With much of Asia Pacific on holiday tomorrow, activity is somewhat muted," said Jeffrey Halley, a senior market analyst for Asia Pacific at OANDA.