|Bid||3.26 x 0|
|Ask||3.27 x 0|
|Day's range||3.21 - 3.28|
|52-week range||2.97 - 3.42|
|PE ratio (TTM)||19.06|
|Earnings date||12 Nov 2018 - 16 Nov 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.10 (3.30%)|
|1y target est||2.59|
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore-listed commodity trader Wilmar International Ltd posted a five-fold rise in second-quarter net profit, helped by its oilseeds and grains segment that benefited from higher volumes and crush margins.
Results from Thai Beverage, Wilmar International and Gold Agri-Resources, wage growth in the US, retail sales in China and an interest-rate decision in Indonesia are some of next week's highlights.
Singapore's Wilmar International, the world's largest palm oil processor, said it has ceased sourcing from suppliers that are allegedly associated with a company that was accused by Greenpeace of causing deforestation. Greenpeace had accused Gama, a palm oil business set up by Wilmar's co-founder Martua Sitorus and his brother, of causing deforestation in Indonesia. The environmental group said analysis of trade data showed that Wilmar traded palm oil from Gama, despite being aware that Gama was violating Wilmar's No Deforestation, No Peat, No Exploitation (NDPE) policy by clearing rainforest.
A look at Wilmar International Limited's (SGX:F34) return on equity to understand its asset turnover, profit margin, and gearing.
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June 8 (Reuters) - Wilmar International Ltd: * OCBC BANK PARTNERS WILMAR ON LARGEST SUSTAINABILITY-LINKED BILATERAL LOAN BY A SINGAPORE BANK * US$200 MILLION FACILITY PEGS INTEREST RATES TO SUSTAINABILITY ...
Following the completion of the acquisition, Nauvu is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of Wilmar. Wilmar International’s subsidiary Wilmar Resources Pte Ltd (WRPL) bought a 50% equity interest in Nauvu Investments ...
Management intends to further expand its businesses in rice, flour and related consumer products. Wilmar is expected to list its Chinese operations by early 2019 after ending the current financial year. According to UOB Kay Hian, the firm is looking to float only 10% of its shares, and then slowly increase the float at a better valuation. UOB Kay Hian analyst Leow Huey Chuen noted that as of end-2017, all of Wilmar’s businesses in China have been restructured under one onshore company in China.
Oilseeds & Grains profit rose to $272.33m thanks to stronger sales. Wilmar International reaped a bountiful harvest in 2017 as its profits grew 25.4% to $1.58b (US$1.2b). According to OCBC Investment Research, ...
* Thailand, Singapore retreat from multi-year peaks * Vietnam bounces back on robust China data By Devika Syamnath Jan 18 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets closed lower on Thursday, with Thailand ...
Wilmar International (Wilmar) will release its 4Q2017 results on 22 February 2018. It is expected to make profits of about $476.39m (US$360m) to $502.81m ($380m), up from $428.35m (US$323.7m) in the previous quarter, but worse than $780.09m (US$589.5m) last year, UOB Kay Hian said. According to a report, a worse yearly performance can be expected from Wilmar, because of "unusual" events.