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CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust (C38U.SI)

SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
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2.15000.0000 (0.00%)
As of 9:17AM SGT. Market open.
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Previous close2.1500
Open2.1400
Bid2.1400 x 0
Ask2.1500 x 0
Day's range2.1400 - 2.1600
52-week range1.7200 - 2.3900
Volume2,901,900
Avg. volume17,742,238
Market cap13.923B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.78
PE ratio (TTM)25.60
EPS (TTM)0.0840
Earnings date20 Jul 2021 - 26 Jul 2021
Forward dividend & yield0.09 (4.04%)
Ex-dividend date28 Jan 2021
1y target est2.28
  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian currencies steady, traders hold off on bets before U.S. inflation

    * Investors torn between higher returns and the Fed's stance - analyst * Malaysia's ringgit up the most after long weekend * Singapore stocks led lower by banks, real estate firms June 8 (Reuters) - Emerging Asian currencies largely held steady on Tuesday as traders adopted a cautious approach ahead of U.S. inflation data this week for any further clues on the Federal Reserve's tapering timeline. Investors are keeping a close watch on U.S. inflation data due on Thursday, following on from last week's payrolls report which tempered expectations of any near-term moves by the Fed to tighten policy. The rupiah, favoured by foreign investors looking at Indonesia's high-yielding debt, held steady.

  • UPDATE 4-Singapore's CapitaLand to split, form listed investment business
    Reuters SG

    UPDATE 4-Singapore's CapitaLand to split, form listed investment business

    Singapore's CapitaLand plans to split in two, with its real estate investment management business becoming the world's third largest as a new listed entity and its property development business to be taken private. CapitaLand, which is 52% owned by Singapore state investor Temasek, said it aims to achieve higher valuations for the investment management business which will no longer be hobbled by the intensive capital needs of development.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Asia's currencies and stocks rise after Fed sticks to dovish stance

    * Indonesia, Taiwan central bank meetings on Thursday * Malaysia govt announces $4.87 bln stimulus * Indonesia's rupiah up 0.4% March 18 (Reuters) - Indonesia's rupiah led Asia's emerging currencies higher on Thursday and stocks rallied after the Federal Reserve pledged to keep interest rates near zero for a while yet despite an expected rise in inflation. Stock markets in the Philippines, South Korea and Singapore all climbed around 1%, clinging to the news that the Fed won't be winding back stimulus despite a stronger U.S. economic outlook and inflation which is set to eclipse the central bank's 2% target.