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DBS Group Holdings Ltd (D05.SI)

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20.82+0.22 (+1.07%)
As of 3:43PM SGT. Market open.
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Previous close20.60
Open20.59
Bid20.81 x 0
Ask20.82 x 0
Day's range20.55 - 21.15
52-week range16.65 - 26.80
Volume5,837,700
Avg. volume5,956,572
Market cap52.863B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.18
PE ratio (TTM)9.73
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.11 (5.39%)
Ex-dividend date14 Aug 2020
1y target estN/A
  • Singapore lender DBS profit skids 22% but pandemic-hit business steadying
    Reuters

    Singapore lender DBS profit skids 22% but pandemic-hit business steadying

    DBS Group's quarterly profit slumped by a fifth as it boosted loan-loss provisions in pandemic-hit markets, but Southeast Asia's top lender said bad loans were steady and fee income was rising as economies bounced back from lockdowns. The profit beat market estimates and rose from the preceding quarter, sending its shares up 2% on Thursday. Singapore's bank shares have been pummelled recently following a capping of their dividends last week by the central bank.

  • Singapore bank DBS's profit skids 22% on loan losses, says business steadying
    Reuters

    Singapore bank DBS's profit skids 22% on loan losses, says business steadying

    DBS Group's <DBSM.SI> second-quarter net profit slumped by a fifth as it boosted loan-loss provisions in a pandemic-hit market, but Southeast Asia's top lender said bad loans this quarter were steady and fee income was rising. The profit beat market estimates and rose from the preceding quarter, sending its shares up 2% on Thursday. Investors are keen to see if the June quarter marked the trough for banks' net interest margins, a key measure of profitability, and whether lenders can effectively tackle loan losses in recession-hit economies.

  • Reuters SG

    Singapore's DBS Q2 profit falls 22% as loan loss provisions increase

    Singapore's DBS Group Holdings reported a 22% fall in second-quarter profit as it increased loan loss allowances in a pandemic-hit market but said business activity was improving as economies emerge from lockdowns.