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DBS Group Holdings Ltd (D05.SI)

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28.72+0.07 (+0.24%)
As of 11:59AM SGT. Market open.
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Previous close28.65
Open28.57
Bid28.72 x 0
Ask28.72 x 0
Day's range28.57 - 28.76
52-week range18.45 - 29.40
Volume812,600
Avg. volume5,157,871
Market cap73.137B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.10
PE ratio (TTM)15.86
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.72 (2.51%)
Ex-dividend date07 Apr 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters SG

    CORRECTED-DBS co-leads $625 mln finance deal in Indonesia battery metals project

    Singapore bank DBS Group said on Thursday it has co-led a group of lenders in a $625 million financing deal for a battery nickel and cobalt project in Indonesia. The project by PT Halmahera Persada Lygend (PT HPAL) is expected to be the first smelter in Indonesia to use high-pressure acid leach (HPAL) technology to produce nickel and cobalt chemicals used in making batteries for electric vehicles.

  • DBS Private Bank targeting more than 50% assets in sustainable investments by 2023
    Reuters SG

    DBS Private Bank targeting more than 50% assets in sustainable investments by 2023

    The private banking arm of Southeast Asia's largest bank DBS aims to expand its suite of sustainable investments to more than half of its assets under management by 2023. DBS Private Bank will also work with its clients to adopt environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards in their investments, it said in a statement on Friday. The private bank aims to have sustainable investments account for more than half of its assets under management by 2023, up from 41% currently, it said.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-China, Indonesia lead Asian stocks lower as U.S. yields rise again

    * Malaysia leaves interest rates unchanged at 1.75% * China stocks fall over 2%; Taiwan, S.Korea closed over 1% lower By Nikhil Nainan March 4 (Reuters) - China and Indonesia led a sell-off in Asia's emerging stock markets on Thursday as U.S. Treasury yields rose again, raising renewed doubts about continued monetary support and global growth. Global bond yields have risen in recent weeks, with markets concerned that central bankers could tighten the monetary spigot as the global economy rebounds from the damage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Equities in Taiwan , China and South Korea were the worst performers.