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Top Glove Corporation Bhd. (BVA.SI)

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2.1200+0.0700 (+3.41%)
At close: 5:07PM SGT
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Previous close2.0500
Bid2.1100 x 0
Ask2.1200 x 0
Day's range2.0700 - 2.1400
52-week range0.5800 - 3.1833
Avg. volume3,126,826
Market cap16.981B
Beta (5Y monthly)-0.15
PE ratio (TTM)49.30
EPS (TTM)0.0430
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.09 (4.65%)
Ex-dividend date24 Dec 2020
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Malaysian shares gain on rate cut hopes; Asian currencies firm

    * Graphic: World FX rates * Asian stocks * Philippine stocks set for fourth day of losses * Malaysia's seen cutting key interest rate * Asia FX strengthen as dollar slips By Shriya Ramakrishnan Jan 20 (Reuters) - Malaysian shares rose for the first time in five days on Wednesday as investors bet on further policy easing by its central bank to shore up a domestic economy struggling from fresh coronavirus restrictions. Kuala Lumpur's benchmark stock index was up 0.8%, and the ringgit held on to a tight range ahead of the central bank meeting later in the day. A majority of economists polled by Reuters expect Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) to cut its overnight policy rate by 25 basis points to a historic low of 1.50%.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian FX, stocks upbeat in new year on vaccine-led recovery hopes

    * Indonesian rupiah at over 6-mth high * Chinese yuan jumps 1% * Glove makers drag Malaysia shares * Thailand reports record rise in coronavirus cases By Anushka Trivedi Jan 4 (Reuters) - Currencies of emerging Asian markets began the new year on a firm note, while most stock markets also rose on Monday as investors put their faith in coronavirus vaccines to spur economic recovery. Regional markets also took heart from the Chinese yuan surging 1% to smash past the key 6.5 per dollar mark, with the currency's gains expected to accelerate further.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Philippine shares rise on budget cheer, but mark biggest annual loss in two

    * Philippine shares down nearly 9% in 2020 * Thai stocks reverse course to trade lower * Taiwanese dollar leads gains on Asia FX By Pranav A K Dec 29 (Reuters) - Philippine shares rose on Tuesday after the country approved a record budget to shore up its economy, although the benchmark closed the year as one of the worst performers in the region due to the economic damage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Luis Limlingan, managing director at Manila-based brokerage firm Regina Capital Development Corp said that some year-end window dressing by money managers also aided the market.