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ComfortDelGro Corporation Limited (C52.SI)

SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
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1.1900-0.0100 (-0.83%)
At close: 05:06PM SGT
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Previous close1.2000
Bid1.2000 x 0
Ask1.2000 x 0
Day's range1.1900 - 1.2100
52-week range1.1300 - 1.5300
Avg. volume10,159,380
Market cap2.579B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.84
PE ratio (TTM)17.00
EPS (TTM)0.0700
Earnings date15 Feb 2021
Forward dividend & yield0.05 (4.13%)
Ex-dividend date19 Aug 2022
1y target est1.60
  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 1-Singapore's ComfortDelGro bags $1.09 bln Australian bus contracts

    Singapore's taxi operator ComfortDelGro Corp said on Monday its unit CDC in the Australian state of New South Wales had won three metropolitan bus contracts totalling A$1.7 billion ($1.09 billion) to operate a public transport network. The contract covers a few regions across Sydney and NSW spreading a network of public bus operations that are home to more than 700 buses, which ferry around 18 million passengers every year, ComfortDelGro said. ComfortDelGro said its Australian operations clocked a revenue of S$701 million for the year ended Dec. 31, 2021.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian currencies slip after strong U.S. data strengthens dollar

    * Asian FX on track to decline this week * Thai baht set for a 2.2% weekly drop * Eyes on U.S. Aug nonfarm payrolls By Upasana Singh Sept 2 (Reuters) - Emerging Asian currencies were set to end the week in the red on Friday, with the Philippines' peso hitting a record low, after U.S. data bolstered the Federal Reserve's stance on policy tightening and pushed the dollar to a two-decade high. Thailand's baht depreciated 0.3% and was the weakest-performing currency for the week, set to decline 2.2%. Meanwhile, Indonesia's rupiah and Malaysia's ringgit fell 0.1% each and South Korea's won dropped 0.2%.

  • Bloomberg

    Singaporeans struggle to get taxis as city reopens for business

    Private-hire and taxi companies in Singapore are rushing to attract more drivers to meet surging passenger demand after COVID curbs eased.