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CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust (C38U.SI)

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1.9200+0.0400 (+2.13%)
At close: 05:04PM SGT
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Previous close1.8800
Open1.8800
Bid1.9200 x 0
Ask1.9300 x 0
Day's range1.8700 - 1.9400
52-week range1.8700 - 2.3600
Volume35,559,900
Avg. volume20,033,270
Market cap12.734B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.67
PE ratio (TTM)10.67
EPS (TTM)0.1800
Earnings date28 Jul 2022
Forward dividend & yield0.06 (2.91%)
Ex-dividend date04 Aug 2022
1y target est2.44
  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Most Asian currencies subdued, focus on Fed's Jackson Hole conference

    (.) * Powell's speech at Jackson Hole awaited * Most Asia FX subdued, stocks gain * Thai baht on track to lose 0.6% this week By Upasana Singh Aug 26 (Reuters) - Most Asian emerging currencies were muted on Friday against a softer dollar, as investors watched for U.S. Federal Chair Jerome Powell's speech at the Jackson Hole conference to gauge the central bank's rhetoric on further policy tightening. Thailand's baht weakened 0.3% and was set to lose 0.6% for the week, becoming the top laggard in the region. Investors cautiously awaited a speech from Powell later in the day for insights into the central bank's outlook on the economy and future pace of interest rate hikes, following a series of hawkish comments from several Fed officials.

  • Bloomberg

    CapitaLand, Link REITs are vying for S$4 billion Singapore malls

    CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust and Link Real Estate Investment Trust are among bidders vying for NTUC Enterprise Co-operative's S$4 billion portfolio of shopping malls in Singapore.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Singapore, Seoul stocks climb in Asia; currencies mixed

    * Singapore, Seoul stocks rise over 2% * Philippines stocks tracks best day in 2 weeks * Most currencies mixed, Thai baht firms * China, Taiwan closed due to holidays By Indranil Sarkar and Savyata Mishra Feb 3 (Reuters) - Singapore and South Korea shares rose more than 2% on Thursday as they resumed trading after holidays this week, while Asian emerging currencies were flat, with investors awaiting signals from central banks in Britain and Europe on interest rates. The Singapore FTSE Straits Times Index rose as much as 2.3% to its highest level since July 2019, driven mostly by its heavyweight financial stocks. "It seems that the movement of STI today may come from anticipation of macro factors such as more monetary easing policies from China to be announced later in February," said Kelvin Wong, market analyst at CMC Markets.