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Singapore Airlines Limited (C6L.SI)

SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
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5.10-0.08 (-1.54%)
At close: 5:04PM SGT
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Previous close5.18
Bid5.10 x 0
Ask5.12 x 0
Day's range5.09 - 5.18
52-week range3.20 - 5.78
Avg. volume7,913,813
Market cap15.133B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.99
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date14 Nov 2019
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 1-Singapore Airlines first-quarter loss narrows on cargo demand boost

    Singapore Airlines Ltd (SIA) on Thursday posted a S$409 million ($302 million) first-quarter loss, narrower than a year earlier, helped by a strong air cargo market and no major impairments. The airline, like Hong Kong rival Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd , lacks a domestic market and is solely reliant on international travel at a time when most borders remain closed. SIA carried 132,600 passengers in the month of June, an improvement on its June 2020 figures but a 96% fall from the same month two years earlier, before the pandemic hit.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Indonesian rupiah firms ahead of decision; Asian stocks climb

    * Bank Indonesia rate decision around 0700 GMT * Asian stock markets rise across the board after recent slump * Japan's equity markets closed for a holiday By Anushka Trivedi July 22 (Reuters) - The Indonesia's rupiah firmed in line with regional peers on Thursday, on hopes the central bank will stand pat on rates to support the country through its worst COVID-19 outbreak yet. The Singapore dollar, South Korea's won and the Taiwanese dollar gained 0.2% against a subdued greenback as risk appetite rebounded with strong earnings lifting Wall Street stocks overnight. The rupiah firmed 0.2% amid expectations the Bank Indonesia (BI) will keep its key interest rate at a record low of 3.50%, where it has been since February.

  • Temasek defends green goals after backing Singapore polluters

    Temasek defends green goals after backing Singapore polluters

    It might seem contradictory to invest in carbon-emitting polluters while pledging to be an eco-trailblazer, but that’s exactly what Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings is attempting to do.