GRAB - Grab Holdings Limited

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real-time price. Currency in USD
-0.0100 (-0.34%)
As of 11:24AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close2.9200
Bid2.8900 x 27000
Ask2.9000 x 34100
Day's range2.8500 - 2.9500
52-week range2.1900 - 4.0300
Avg. volume15,323,311
Market cap11.311B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.78
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.3900
Earnings date13 Sept 2021
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est4.22
  • Bloomberg

    Grab co-founder Tan Hooi Ling to exit her operational roles

    Grab Holdings Ltd. co-founder Tan Hooi Ling is stepping down from her operational roles by the end of the year, more than a decade after she helped start the Singapore-based ride-hailing and food delivery company.

  • Reuters SG

    Grab co-founder Tan Hooi Ling to step down from operational roles

    Singapore-based Grab Holdings Ltd said on Thursday that its co-founder Tan Hooi Ling will step down from her operating roles at the ride-hailing company by the end of this year. Hooi Ling, who co-founded Grab with CEO Anthony Tan in 2012, will transition into an advisory role, the company said. Her succession plan has been in place for a while, Tan wrote in an internal memo to employees, adding that Hooi Ling will also give up her board directorship.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Grab Holdings stock boosted despite falling delivery sales

    Yahoo Finance Live takes a quick look at shares of Grab Holdings.

  • Bloomberg

    Southeast Asia’s ride-hailing app Grab sees users pulling back

    Shares of Grab Holdings Ltd. fell the most in more than a year after the Southeast Asian ride-hailing and food delivery company reported slowing spending by customers.

  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 3-Grab's soft delivery sales overshadow improving bottomline

    Grab Holdings Ltd said on Thursday that an early Ramadan weighed on sales at its delivery business, taking the shine off an otherwise positive quarter and sending the Southeast Asian company's shares down 10%. Total platform sales at Grab's delivery business - its biggest - fell 9% in the March quarter due to the early start of the Ramadan fasting period and the first Chinese New Year without mobility restrictions since the pandemic. But the company's finance chief, Peter Oey, struck a positive tone for the unit in an interview, saying that he expected "the second half of the year to be stronger for the delivery business."

  • Business Wire

    Grab Reports First Quarter 2023 Results

    SINGAPORE, May 18, 2023--Grab Holdings Limited (NASDAQ: GRAB) today announced unaudited financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2023.

  • Business Wire

    Grab Announces Target to Achieve Zero Packaging Waste in Nature By 2040

    SINGAPORE, May 08, 2023--New waste goal announced in conjunction with the release of Grab’s 2022 ESG report

  • Yahoo Finance Singapore

    Grab to increase platform fee from 5 May

    Grab will raise its platform fee for each ride from S$0.30 to S$0.70 starting 5 May. Why? Will you be affected? Find out.

  • Bloomberg

    Grab finance chief reduces stake through US$1.1 million share sale

    Grab CFO Peter Oey sold US$1.1 million in shares of the Southeast Asian ride-hailing and delivery company.

  • Bloomberg

    Grab Holdings retires US$600 million in 2026 debt with extra cash

    Grab Holdings Ltd. on Monday said it prepaid US$600 million in debt ahead of a 2026 maturity, taking advantage of excess cash on its balance sheet.

  • Bloomberg

    Singapore’s Grab dives after concerns mount about slowing growth

    Grab Holdings Ltd. plunged its most in almost five months despite bringing forward its profitability target, reflecting concerns about slowing growth as the Southeast Asian ride-hailing and food-delivery provider trims spending.

  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 2-Grab forecasts 2023 revenue above estimates, brings forward profit target

    Grab Holdings Ltd, Southeast Asia's biggest ride-hailing and food delivery firm, on Thursday forecast upbeat 2023 revenue and pulled forward its profitability timeline on hopes that consumers will continue to rely on its services. New York-listed shares of a decade-old Grab, a household name in eight Southeast Asian countries, gained 6% in premarket trading. Grab and rivals such as Indonesia's PT GoTo Gojek Tokopedia Tbk and Uber benefited from higher demand for delivery services during the COVID-19 pandemic, while consumers have relied on the app for their daily commute as offices reopened and travel resumed.

  • Business Wire

    Grab Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2022 Results

    SINGAPORE, February 23, 2023--Grab Holdings Limited (NASDAQ: GRAB) today announced unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2022.

  • Bloomberg

    Singapore lawmaker defends Grab job after questions of conflict

    A lawmaker in Singapore’s ruling party took to social media to defend her new role running Grab Holdings Ltd.’s government relations department, dismissing concerns about potential conflicts of interest.

  • The Edge Singapore

    Grab receives a more bullish call from Aletheia Capital; takeover of GoTo reiterated

    From its April 2022 IPO price of 338 rupiah, GoTo’s shares initially hit as high as 442 rupiah before dropping to 114 rupiah

  • Bloomberg

    Southeast Asia food delivery market slows in risk to Grab, GoTo

    Southeast Asia’s food delivery spending grew at the slowest pace in at least four years in 2022, highlighting the challenges faced by regional internet giants Grab Holdings Ltd. and GoTo Group.

  • The Edge Singapore

    Aletheia Capital initiates 'buy' on Grab Holdings with TP of US$4

    Grab's extended cash burn may be about to end, says analyst Nirgunan Tiruchelvam.

  • Reuters

    Grab lifts revenue forecast, delivery business breaks even

    Grab Holdings Ltd bumped up its 2022 revenue forecast on Wednesday as demand booms for the Southeast Asian super-app's rideshare and delivery services, sending its U.S.-listed shares up 7%. The results capped a strong July-September period in which Grab's adjusted operating loss also narrowed and its food and grocery delivery business broke even three quarters ahead of the company's expectations. Decade-old Grab, a household name in eight Southeast Asian countries, has been trying to stem losses by focusing on higher-paying customers and lowering spending on incentives.

  • Business Wire

    Grab Reports Third Quarter 2022 Results

    SINGAPORE, November 16, 2022--Grab Holdings Limited (NASDAQ: GRAB) today announced unaudited financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2022.

  • The Edge Singapore

    Grab narrows loss by 65% to US$342 mil in 3QFY2022

    Revenue for 3QFY2022 stood at US$382 million, a 143% growth y-o-y,.

  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Barclays initiates Grab stock coverage with Equal weight rating

    Yahoo Finance Live anchors discuss a mixed note from Barclays on Grab Holdings.

  • The Edge Singapore

    Is Grab still grabworthy?

    Following Grab's investor day, analysts seem to be able to see the light at the end of the tunnel for Grab.

  • Business Wire

    Grab targets Group Adjusted EBITDA breakeven by H2 2024 as it accelerates path to profitability

    SINGAPORE, September 27, 2022--Grab Holdings Limited (NASDAQ: GRAB) announced today at its first Investor Day that it is targeting to achieve breakeven on a Group Adjusted EBITDA1 basis by the second half of 2024, as it accelerates its path to profitability. For the second half of 2022, Group Adjusted EBITDA is expected to be $(380) million, a 27% improvement compared to the first half of 2022. With a focus on sustainable growth, Grab also announced that it expects Group revenues to grow strongl

  • Reuters SG

    Grab expects to break even by H2 2024

    Grab Holdings Ltd , Southeast Asia's biggest ride-hailing and food delivery firm, expects to break even on its adjusted EBITDA by the second half of 2024 as it accelerates toward profitability, company officials said on Tuesday. Grab also announced that it expects group revenue to grow by 45% to 55% year-on-year in 2023 on a constant currency basis. Grab, which listed on the Nasdaq in December following a record $40 billion merger with a blank-check company, has been under investor pressure to stem losses from its decade-old business.

  • Bloomberg

    Grab expects growth to slow while it pursues 2024 profitability

    Grab Holdings CEO Anthony Tan is trying to reassure shareholders that the company is speeding up efforts to reverse years of losses.