BVA.SI - Top Glove Corporation Bhd.

SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
1.9000
-0.0400 (-2.06%)
At close: 4:58PM SGT
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Previous close1.9400
Open1.9600
Bid1.9000 x 0
Ask1.9100 x 0
Day's range1.9000 - 1.9600
52-week range1.4000 - 2.5800
Volume61,600
Avg. volume120,915
Market cap4.913B
Beta (5Y monthly)-0.48
PE ratio (TTM)44.19
EPS (TTM)0.0430
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.02 (1.27%)
Ex-dividend date09 Dec 2019
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Malaysian flight to evacuate citizens from Wuhan, deliver gloves

    Malaysia sent an AirAsia plane to China's Wuhan on Monday to bring back 141 people and also deliver 500,000 pairs of gloves to the country hit by the coronavirus epidemic, the National Disaster Management Agency said. Malaysia is the world's biggest producer of gloves and its companies such as Top Glove Corp have ramped up production to meet rising demand from mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. The industry has also vowed to donate gloves to China.

  • Reuters SG

    SE Asia Stocks-Slip as virus toll fuels slowdown fears; Vietnam dives 5%

    * Coronavirus death toll crosses 350 * Markets track China stocks lower after Lunar New Year break * Malaysian shares hit their lowest since Aug 2015 By Shruti Sonal Feb 3 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stocks fell on Monday, with the Vietnam index losing nearly 5%, as mounting fears over a virus outbreak drove a steep sell-off in Chinese stocks after markets reopened following extended holidays for the Lunar New Year. The death toll from the new coronavirus in China's central province of Hubei rose by 56 to 350 on Monday, state television said, citing official figures. In a bid to support the economy, the central bank of China - the region's biggest trading partner - unexpectedly cut interest rates on reverse repurchase agreements and pledged to inject $174 billion of liquidity into markets.

  • Reuters SG

    SE Asia Stocks-Most markets climb after Tuesday's selloff; virus fears linger

    * Malaysia down for seventh consecutive session * Thailand up after seven straight session of falls * Philippines declines for third session in a row By Arpit Nayak Jan 29 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets rose slightly on Wednesday after a steep selloff in the previous session, but worries over the rapid spread of the coronavirus in China and its potential economic impact continued to weigh on investor sentiment. "Most investors are still assessing its impact on economic growth," he said, adding that Thailand, Cambodia and Hong Kong would be hit as the virus is likely to affect 50% of outgoing Chinese tourists. Jardine Strategic Holdings rose nearly 1.4%, while beer manufacturer Thai Beverage tacked on 1.9%.

  • Reuters

    SE Asia Stocks-Fall on fears of coronavirus impact, Singapore suffers most

    * Singapore shares logs worst session since Aug 2019 * Singapore Airlines closes at near 17-year low * Thai stocks end lower for seventh straight session By Arpit Nayak Jan 28 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian shares tumbled on Tuesday and Singapore stocks fell the most after the city-state said the coronavirus outbreak in China, its biggest trading partner, would bruise its economy this year. The massive jump in outbound Chinese tourists since 2002, the fact that the coronavirus is infectious during incubation and its unknown origins are the most worrisome factors, said Vishnu Varathan, senior economist at Mizuho Bank, in a note. Singapore stocks pared early losses to close about 1.8% lower, with lender DBS Group Holdings shedding more than 1.3% and conglomerate Jardine Matheson Holdings JARD.SI down about 1.9%.

  • Reuters

    SE Asia Stocks-Singapore falls 3% on worries of economic impact from virus

    * Singapore posts biggest intraday pct drop since May 2019 * Conglomerate Jardine Matheson slips 4.5% to one-month low * Malaysia down for sixth session, Malaysia Airports slumps By Arpit Nayak Jan 28 (Reuters) - Singapore shares lost 3% on Tuesday, their biggest intraday drop in more than eight months, after the city-state said the coronavirus outbreak would hit its economy this year. Wall Street equities tumbled overnight as China stepped up preventive measures, imposed travel restrictions and extended the Lunar New Year holidays to limit the spread of the virus. Doubts have emerged whether Beijing can contain the virus that has spread to more than 10 countries as the death toll in China rose rapidly to 106 from 81 a day earlier.

  • Reuters

    SE Asia Stocks-Trade subdued ahead of holidays, WHO meeting on virus outbreak

    * Indonesia cenbank targets higher growth in 2020 * EU lawmakers back trade deal with Vietnam * Healthcare stocks help Malaysia By Soumyajit Saha Jan 22 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets were little changed on Wednesday, while trading was thin as investors stayed on the sidelines ahead of Lunar New Year holidays and a World Health Organisation (WHO) meeting on the virus outbreak in China. Bank Central Asia and Bank Mandiri (Persero) gained 0.9% and 0.7%, respectively. The country's central bank said it targets the economy to grow at 5.1% to 5.5% this year, a slight increase from 2019, and will continue with accommodative monetary policy to support growth.

  • Reuters SG

    SE Asia Stocks-Singapore gains for third straight session; others slip amid holiday lull

    * Singapore extends gains for third consecutive session * Indonesia and Philippine markets closed until Wednesday * Vietnam set to snap a 3-session rally By Shruti Sonal Dec 24 (Reuters) - Trade-sensitive Singapore shares extended gains for a third straight session on Tuesday, buoyed by lingering optimism about an interim U.S.-China trade deal, while other Southeast Asian stock markets were down in subdued trade ahead of holidays. A recent spate of positive developments have pointed towards a de-escalation of a trade conflict between the world's two-largest economies. The benchmark Singapore index, which will trade for a shorter session ahead of the Christmas holiday, was buoyed by telecom and industrials.

  • Reuters

    BRIEF-Top Glove Corporation Redesignates Tong Siew Bee To Non-Independent Director

    May 8 (Reuters) - Top Glove Corporation Bhd: * REDESIGNATES TONG SIEW BEE TO NON-INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR FROM EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Source ( https://bit.ly/2VnJuPW ) Further company coverage: