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City Developments Limited (C09.SI)

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8.14+0.09 (+1.12%)
At close: 5:04PM SGT
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Previous close8.05
Bid8.13 x 0
Ask8.14 x 0
Day's range8.05 - 8.15
52-week range6.20 - 9.30
Avg. volume2,445,222
Market cap7.382B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.44
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-2.13
Earnings date26 Feb 2021
Forward dividend & yield0.08 (0.98%)
Ex-dividend date05 May 2021
1y target est11.48
  • Singapore’s top developer woes grow over China investment

    Singapore’s top developer woes grow over China investment

    The internal woes of Singapore’s second-largest listed developer, City Developments Ltd., continued to escalate after a second board member resigned over disagreements on an investment in China.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-South Korea leads pre-Christmas gains across Asia

    * U.S. dollar on back foot as Brexit deal hopes firm * Thailand, India stocks head higher in thin trade * Philippines and Indonesia markets shut for holiday By Pranav A K Dec 24 (Reuters) - South Korean shares hit a record high on Thursday, leading gains for most emerging Asian stock markets in holiday-thinned trading after the country secured deals to import COVID-19 vaccines. The deals with Pfizer Inc and Johnson & Johnson's Janssen fuelled a nearly 2% rise in Seoul's KOSPI , adding an eighth straight week of gains, while the won firmed half a percent. Asia's fourth-largest economy, which contained the first two waves of virus, has buckled under the latest outbreak over the past fortnight with public pressure over the government's handling of vaccine procurement growing.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian currencies tied down as central banks seek to slow gains

    * Graphic: World FX rates * Graphic: Foreign flows into Asian stocks * Singapore stocks jump ahead of PM's national address * Asia FX rangebound against weaker dollar * S. Korean shares, won fall on surging domestic COVID-19 cases By Shriya Ramakrishnan Dec 14 (Reuters) - Most Asian currencies were rangebound against a weaker dollar on Monday with several regional central banks taking steps to counter appreciation against the greenback, while stocks climbed on hopes of a vaccine-led economy recovery. With the dollar languishing near a 2-1/2-year low against a basket of global currencies, both China's yuan and the Indian rupee gained ground in the face of official moves to cap appreciation. The baht and the won both inched lower, with dealers in Bangkok reporting more intervention by the Bank of Thailand around the 30 per dollar level which exporters say is critical to keep them globally competitive.