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Singapore Airlines Limited (C6L.SI)

SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
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4.8700+0.0300 (+0.62%)
At close: 05:14PM SGT
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Previous close4.8400
Open4.8500
Bid4.8700 x 0
Ask4.8800 x 0
Day's range4.8000 - 4.9100
52-week range4.0500 - 5.7800
Volume10,173,400
Avg. volume8,433,571
Market cap14.452B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.98
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.5530
Earnings date11 Nov 2021
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date14 Nov 2019
1y target est4.73
  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Philippine stocks lead losses in Asia on Omicron worries

    * Japan to close its borders to foreigners, stocks trip * Singapore shares hit more than 1-mth low * Most Asian currencies firm against a subdued dollar By Anushka Trivedi Nov 29 (Reuters) - Philippine shares plunged on Monday to lead losses among emerging Asian equities, after the country imposed border curbs to restrict the new Omicron coronavirus variant, while the Thai baht slid for a seventh straight session. Shares in Thailand, Taiwan and South Korea also fell around 1% each, mirroring a 2% drop in Japan stocks after the Asian economic powerhouse banned foreign arrivals completely Tuesday onwards. While South Korea, Indonesia and other Asian countries shut their door to visitors from eight southern African nations over Omicron worries, the Philippines extended its ban to include some European countries and scrapped plans to open its borders to foreign tourists from this week.

  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 1-Singapore Airlines expects to resume 737 MAX flights this year, says exec

    Singapore Airlines Ltd expects to resume Boeing Co 737 MAX flights before the end of the year, a senior executive said on Tuesday, in a positive sign for the model's return in Asia. The city-state's aviation regulator approved 737 MAX flights in September, more than two years after they were grounded following two deadly crashes. But Singapore Airlines has not returned them to service yet because it needs the green light from other countries to fly the 737 MAX in their airspace and land the plane.

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    Singapore Airlines expects to resume 737 MAX flights this year, says exec

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) -Singapore Airlines Ltd expects to resume Boeing Co 737 MAX flights before the end of the year, a senior executive said on Tuesday, in a positive sign for the model's return in Asia. The city-state's aviation regulator approved 737 MAX flights in September, more than two years after they were grounded following two deadly crashes. But Singapore Airlines has not returned them to service yet because it needs the green light from other countries to fly the 737 MAX in their airspace and land the plane.