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Wilmar International Limited (F34.SI)

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5.33+0.05 (+0.95%)
As of 4:01PM SGT. Market open.
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Previous close5.28
Open5.30
Bid5.34 x 0
Ask5.35 x 0
Day's range5.30 - 5.37
52-week range2.83 - 5.64
Volume5,351,600
Avg. volume9,045,700
Market cap33.672B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.68
PE ratio (TTM)22.12
EPS (TTM)0.24
Earnings date22 Feb 2021
Forward dividend & yield0.13 (2.46%)
Ex-dividend date23 Apr 2021
1y target est2.59
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    RPT-EMERGING MARKETS-S. Korea won, stocks rally on vaccine cheer; Singapore budget awaited

    Singapore's dollar and stocks both firmedaround 0.2% as investors awaited details of the budget which isexpected to be expansionary, but trimmed down compared to lastyear, to support still struggling sectors such as tourism. The city-state took on record budget deficit in 2020 todeliver a massive fiscal stimulus to aid the economy, which onMonday reported a smaller-than-expected contraction in thefourth-quarter. DBS expects officials to trim the 2021 budget deficit toS$10-S$12 billion from the S$74.2 billion ($56.10 billion)figure last year.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-S. Korea won, stocks rally on vaccine cheer; Singapore budget awaited

    * Graphic: World FX rates https://tmsnrt.rs/2RBWI5E * Singapore budget awaited at 0700 GMT * S. Korea govt gets vaccine for 23 mln people * Indonesia rupiah hits 6-wk high * China, Taiwan markets closed for holiday By Anushka Trivedi Feb 16 (Reuters) - The Singapore dollar edged up on Tuesdayahead of the city-state's 2021 budget, while South Korea's wonand stocks extended their rally on plans to vaccinate the entirecountry's population. Singapore's dollar and stocks both firmedaround 0.2% as investors awaited details of the budget which isexpected to be expansionary, but trimmed down compared to lastyear, to support still struggling sectors such as tourism. The city-state took on record budget deficit in 2020 todeliver a massive fiscal stimulus to aid the economy, which onMonday reported a smaller-than-expected contraction in thefourth-quarter.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-South Korea leads pre-Christmas gains across Asia

    * U.S. dollar on back foot as Brexit deal hopes firm * Thailand, India stocks head higher in thin trade * Philippines and Indonesia markets shut for holiday By Pranav A K Dec 24 (Reuters) - South Korean shares hit a record high on Thursday, leading gains for most emerging Asian stock markets in holiday-thinned trading after the country secured deals to import COVID-19 vaccines. The deals with Pfizer Inc and Johnson & Johnson's Janssen fuelled a nearly 2% rise in Seoul's KOSPI , adding an eighth straight week of gains, while the won firmed half a percent. Asia's fourth-largest economy, which contained the first two waves of virus, has buckled under the latest outbreak over the past fortnight with public pressure over the government's handling of vaccine procurement growing.