|Bid||7.04 x 0|
|Ask||7.05 x 0|
|Day's range||6.96 - 7.09|
|52-week range||6.11 - 11.51|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.32|
|PE ratio (TTM)||33.05|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.08 (1.14%)|
|Ex-dividend date||03 Jul 2020|
|1y target est||N/A|
Asia's emerging stock markets lost more ground on Thursday as hopes of U.S. fiscal stimulus before the Nov. 3 election faded, while Thai shares' woes were compounded after an emergency decree to curb months-long protests in the country. Shares in Bangkok slipped up to 1.1% and the baht largely traded flat, after the government banned protests and the publication of sensitive news in the face of escalating protests. Protesters have demanded the removal of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, a former junta leader, a new constitution and reduction in the powers of the king.
* Graphic: World FX rates http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh * Graphic: Foreign flows into Asian stocks https://tmsnrt.rs/3f2vwbA * Bank Indonesia seen making its fourth rate cut this year * Philippine stocks fall to an over 2-week low By Shriya Ramakrishnan July 15 (Reuters) - The Indonesian rupiah fell on Wednesday as the prospect of a fourth central bank interest rate cut this year dented the appeal of one of Asia's highest-yielding currencies while surging coronavirus cases spurred more selling in the Philippines. The rupiah lost nearly 1% to 14,500 per dollar, its worst intraday percentage drop in nearly two weeks, while shares in Jakarta edged up 0.2% as stocks across Asia gained on hopes for a swift launch of coronavirus vaccines this year. A slim majority of analysts polled by Reuters expect Bank Indonesia (BI) on Thursday to cut its main rate by 25 basis points to 4.00% as inflation and growth slow in one of the economies hardest hit by the virus.
* Graphic: World FX rates http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh * Graphic: Foreign flows into Asian stocks https://tmsnrt.rs/3f2vwbA * Rupiah slips 0.6%, Indonesian stocks hit one-week high * Fed's accommodative stance may support inflows into Asia-analyst By Rashmi Ashok July 2 (Reuters) - Indonesia's stocks and currency were driven in opposite directions on Thursday by rising bets for a rate cut, while the baht drifted lower on Thailand's plans for a bigger budget deficit to revive its coronavirus-battered economy. The rupiah fell 0.6% and was on track for its sixth straight losing session, after data on Wednesday showed Indonesia's inflation rate slowed further in June to hover slightly below the central bank's target range. ANZ Research analysts expect Bank Indonesia to cut rates in the third quarter - the fourth time this year - while those at ING say it will be "hard-pressed" to loosen policy in the near term given the depreciation pressure on the rupiah.