F34.SI - Wilmar International Limited

SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
3.2900
-0.0100 (-0.30%)
As of 9:34AM SGT. Market open.
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Previous close3.3000
Open3.3100
Bid3.2900 x 0
Ask3.3000 x 0
Day's range3.2900 - 3.3200
52-week range2.9700 - 3.4000
Volume400,400
Avg. volume4,643,213
Market cap20.817B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.54
PE ratio (TTM)18.48
EPS (TTM)0.1780
Earnings date6 May 2019 - 10 May 2019
Forward dividend & yield0.10 (3.18%)
Ex-dividend date2019-05-06
1y target est2.59
  • Wilmar in US$275 mil takeover deal to fully acquire food company Goodman Fielder
    The Edge Singapore9 days ago

    Wilmar in US$275 mil takeover deal to fully acquire food company Goodman Fielder

    SINGAPORE (Mar 11): Wilmar International is acquiring the remaining 50% stake in FPW Singapore Holdings it does not already own from Oceanica Developments for US$180 million ($244.55 million). FPW Singapore Holdings indirectly wholly owns Goodman Fielder and its companies which manufacture, market, and distribute food ingredients and consumer branded food, beverage and related products.

  • SI Research: Wilmar International – Sweeter Year Ahead
    Shares Investment14 days ago

    SI Research: Wilmar International – Sweeter Year Ahead

    Asia’s leading agribusiness giant Wilmar International (Wilmar) posted its FY18 results after the market closed on 21 February 2019. When the market reopened the following day, Wilmar’s stock gapped down from a 52-week high of $3.40 to $3.26, registering a negative four percent post-earnings performance.

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  • These 2 Singapore Blue-Chip Companies Announced Weaker Results Recently
    Motley Fool24 days ago

    These 2 Singapore Blue-Chip Companies Announced Weaker Results Recently

    These two companies reported weaker results recently.

  • Motley Fool26 days ago

    10 Quick Things Investors Should Know About Wilmar International Limited’s Latest Earnings

    Here are our takeaways from Wilmar International Limited’s (SGX: F34) latest result.

  • Analysts bullish on Wilmar despite challenges
    The Edge Singapore27 days ago

    Analysts bullish on Wilmar despite challenges

    SINGAPORE (Feb 22): RHB Research is keeping Wilmar International as its top plantation sector and country pick despite a tough 4Q18.

  • Reuters SG28 days ago

    UPDATE 2-After sugar blow hits profit, shares, Wilmar CEO targets sweet spot in sector

    Wilmar International Ltd shares fell more than 4 percent on Friday after the Singapore-listed commodity trader said its quarterly net profit halved, mainly due to a provision linked its Australian sugar assets. Reporting October-December earnings late on Thursday, Wilmar made a provision for a $138.6 million impairment on its goodwill and sugar milling assets in Australia, citing ongoing depressed sugar prices, in the fourth quarter.

  • Wilmar posts 53% drop in 4Q earnings to $272 mil on lower margin, one-off impairment
    The Edge Singapore28 days ago

    Wilmar posts 53% drop in 4Q earnings to $272 mil on lower margin, one-off impairment

    SINGAPORE (Feb 21): Wilmar International saw its earnings fall 52.9% to US$200.9 million ($271.5 million) for the 4Q18 ended December, from US$426.7 million a year ago. Wilmar incurred a non-operating loss of US$129.8 million during the quarter, compared to a non-operating gain of US$65.5 million a year ago. This was mainly due to lower commodity prices, even as the group continued to report growth in sales volume for all segments.

  • Reuterslast month

    INSIGHT-Can "Big Brother" technology clean up palm oil's image?

    Some of the world's major palm oil users, including Nestle, Unilever, and Mondelez, are trying out new satellite technology to track deforestation, as pressure grows on them to source the ingredient responsibly. Palm oil buyers have toyed with satellite imagery for years, but have now ramped up their use as they rush to meet a pledge of zero net deforestation by 2020, set by global umbrella body the Consumer Goods Forum.

  • Wilmar is RHB’s top plantation pick on China IPO despite dull downstream action ahead
    The Edge Singapore2 months ago

    Wilmar is RHB’s top plantation pick on China IPO despite dull downstream action ahead

    SINGAPORE (Jan 10): RHB Research is keeping Wilmar International as its “top pick” for exposure to the plantation sector despite an unexciting year ahead for CPO prices. “We believe Wilmar will outperform the sector as its exposure to the downstream space could help to mitigate the lower earnings in the plantation segment,” says analyst Juliana Cai in a Thursday report. In addition, the potential A-share listing of its China operations could unlock some latent value in the stock through special dividends and a share price rerating, adds the analyst. “Maintain ‘buy’ and $3.58 target price, 13% upside, with 3% FY19F yield,” says Cai. Wilmar currently derives 50% of its revenue from China. Since the acquisition of Kuok Group’s oils & grains business in 2007, the company has grown rapidly in China, with a revenue CAGR of 10%. At present, the group is the largest edible oil refiner, rice and flour miller, and specialty fats cum oleochemicals manufacturer in China. It is also a leading oilseed crusher, and has the largest market share for China’s branded consumer pack oils, rice and flour. Unofficially, valuation of A-shares IPO is capped at 23x historical P/E. Assuming Wilmar floats 10% of its China operations at 20x FY18F P/E, the group is expected to raise US$1.3 billion ($1.8 billion). “If 40% of the proceeds are paid out to investors, this will translate to a special dividend of 11 cents per share,” says Cai. At 20x FY18F P/E, RHB estimates the China entity could be listed with a total market capitalisation of $12.8 billion or 87% of Wilmar’s current market cap. Using a SOP valuation, Wilmar’s stock could be worth $4.37 after a rerating, implying 37% upside from the current level, adds Cai. Elsewhere outside China, exposure in downstream palm products should mitigate unexciting CPO prices this year. For instance, rising biodiesel mandates in Malaysia and Indonesia should also benefit Wilmar. Since biodiesel has higher margins, Cai believes this could help mitigate the effect of soft CPO prices. However, low crude oil prices may reduce demand for discretionary blending. As at 11.21am, shares in Wilmar are trading at $3.22, 2 cents lower compared to its Jan 10 2018.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    SE Asia Stocks-Slip tracking broader Asia as Fed retains rate hike plan

    * Thailand falls after energy stocks down on oil slump * People were hoping Fed would extend a lifeline - analyst * Indonesia leads losses in the region By Rashmi Ashok Dec 20 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian ...

  • Shares Investment3 months ago

    Investors’ Corner (Wilmar International, Keppel-KBS US REIT, SIA Engineering Co, Raffles Medical Group)

    Wilmar International Price – $3.16 Target – $3.58 Crude palm oil (CPO) prices have surprised us on the downside reaching a low of RM1,717/tonne attributable to the continued rise in CPO stock levels in Malaysia as well as the decline in crude oil prices recently. As such, our in-house CPO price forecasts are now reduced […]

  • Will Wilmar's stricter environmental controls bear fruit?
    The Edge Singapore3 months ago

    Will Wilmar's stricter environmental controls bear fruit?

    SINGAPORE (Dec 11): Wilmar International last week signed a joint statement with Aidenvironment Asia, a not-for-profit consultancy in the field of sustainable production and trade, to reaffirm its commitment to “break the link between oil palm cultivation and deforestation, peatland development and social conflicts”. The Dec 7 document was primarily signed between Wilmar chairman and CEO Kuok Khoon Hong and Eric Wakker, Aidenvironment’s co-founder. It comes with Wilmar’s plans to immediately suspend suppliers found involved in deforestation or new development on peatland from Jan 2019, under plans to continue implementing its ‘no deforestation, no peat, no exploitation’ (NDPE) policy.