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Globe Telecom, Inc. (GTMEF)

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40.090.00 (0.00%)
At close: 01:56PM EDT
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Previous close40.09
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range40.09 - 40.09
52-week range37.12 - 69.29
Avg. volume6
Market cap5.37B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.11
PE ratio (TTM)10.02
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield2.04 (5.08%)
Ex-dividend date16 May 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters SG

    CORRECTED-EMERGING MARKETS-Asian currencies firm against dollar ahead of Fed

    The dollar was slightly lower to flat against a basket of major currencies around midday in Asia with Fed policymakers expected to hike interest rates by 50 basis points (BPS) later in the day in a bid to tame surging inflation. "The upshot is that a lot of Fed tightening has been communicated and already been priced, but there are considerable uncertainties on where the terminal rate should settle at, thereby accounting for elevated implied volatility," analysts at DBS said in a note.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Investors eye China stimulus details, digest hawkish views

    * Indian cenbank leaves rates unchanged * Investors await stimulus measure from China * Indonesia benchmark index hits record high By Tejaswi Marthi April 8 (Reuters) - Indonesian shares hit a record high on Friday as the central bank's forecast of annual inflation being within its target range quelled fears around rate hikes, while investors awaited stimulus measures from China after its recent COVID-19 outbreak. Equities in Indonesia advanced 0.9% to eye their best week since early-January, while stocks in the Philippines also rose 0.9% to mark their best day in two weeks after its exports rose at the fastest rate in six months in February. Chinese stocks rose 0.1% amid choppy trade as the country grapples from its worst COVID-19 outbreak in two years.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Indonesian shares hit record, Asia digests rate hike views

    * Indonesian confident inflation will remain within target * Indian leaves rates unchanged * Indonesia benchmark index hits record high By Tejaswi Marthi April 8 (Reuters) - Indonesian shares hit a record high on Friday, helped by the central bank's forecast that annual inflation would be within its target range, which quelled some concerns around imminent interest rate hikes, and overnight gains on Wall Street. Equities in Indonesia advanced 0.9% and were eyeing their best week since early January. Indian stocks firmed after the country's central bank left its interest rates unchanged, in-line with analysts' expectations, but said it will focus on gradually withdrawing its accommodative policy going forward as inflation rises due to the Russia-Ukraine war.