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Wilmar International Limited (F34.SI)

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4.1400-0.0200 (-0.48%)
At close: 5:14PM SGT
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Previous close4.1600
Bid4.1400 x 0
Ask4.1500 x 0
Day's range4.1400 - 4.2200
52-week range2.8300 - 4.9500
Avg. volume15,708,061
Market cap26.333B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.85
PE ratio (TTM)17.62
EPS (TTM)0.2350
Earnings date11 Aug 2020
Forward dividend & yield0.14 (3.26%)
Ex-dividend date18 Aug 2020
1y target est2.59
  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Philippine stocks gain on easing virus curbs, Thai shares hover near 6-month lows

    The Philippines, one of the worst hit in Southeast Asia by the pandemic, shortened curfew hours in Manila and eased regulations on stay-at-home orders on Monday, just a week after a ban on non-essential overseas travel was lifted. Manila's benchmark stock index, which has largely underperformed this year, rose 1.7% to its highest since Aug. 19, driven by gains in blue-chip consumer stocks.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian FX, stocks retreat on virus fears; Singapore shares gain

    * Graphic: World FX rates * Graphic: Foreign flows into Asian stocks * Most of Asia's emerging stock markets set for weekly declines * Indonesian rupiah worst hit among Asia FX * Singapore Sept exports rise 5.9% y/y By Shriya Ramakrishnan Oct 16 (Reuters) - Asia's emerging currencies and stocks fell on Friday as resurgent COVID-19 infections and stalled progress towards U.S. stimulus dented confidence globally, while Singapore shares drew some support from a rise in the city-state's exports. Sentiment has taken a hit this week after high-profile COVID-19 vaccine trials were halted, while a political tussle in Malaysia and anti-government protests in Thailand have also steered investors away from riskier assets in the region.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian stocks slip as stimulus hopes ebb, anti-govt protests weigh on Thailand

    Asia's emerging stock markets lost more ground on Thursday as hopes of U.S. fiscal stimulus before the Nov. 3 election faded, while Thai shares' woes were compounded after an emergency decree to curb months-long protests in the country. Shares in Bangkok slipped up to 1.1% and the baht largely traded flat, after the government banned protests and the publication of sensitive news in the face of escalating protests. Protesters have demanded the removal of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, a former junta leader, a new constitution and reduction in the powers of the king.