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Hongkong Land Holdings Limited (H78.SI)

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4.8200+0.1100 (+2.34%)
At close: 05:12PM SGT
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Previous close4.7100
Bid4.8100 x 0
Ask4.8200 x 0
Day's range4.7000 - 4.8500
52-week range4.1300 - 5.8000
Avg. volume2,468,452
Market cap10.905B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.82
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.1500
Earnings date25 Jul 2022 - 29 Jul 2022
Forward dividend & yield0.22 (4.67%)
Ex-dividend date17 Mar 2022
1y target est6.02
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    Hongkong Land and Robinsons Land jointly unveil The Velaris Residences near Metro Manila

    The Velaris Residences is an upcoming 504-unit luxury condo in Bridgetowne, near Metro Manila in the Philippines. (Pictures by: Hongkong Land/Robinsons Land)SINGAPORE (EDGEPROP) - International property developer Hongkong Land and Philippine real estate development firm Robinsons Land have unveiled a new residential development in the Philippines called The Velaris Residences. This luxury project is in Bridgetowne, a 31ha mixed township and business park district between Pasig City and Quezon Ci

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian markets fall on inflation pain; higher oil prices dent Indian rupee

    * Indian shares extend four-day losing streak, down 2% * China, Hong Kong markets closed for holiday * Bank Indonesia's rate decision due on Tuesday By Savyata Mishra April 18 (Reuters) - The energy-sensitive Indian rupee weakened on Monday, hurt by higher oil prices on concerns over tighter global supply, while other Asian currencies traded lower against a firmer U.S. dollar as inflationary pressures broadened. The rupee dipped as much as 0.3% to 76.43, its lowest level since March 22, further pinned by a sell-off in Indian shares, down nearly 2%. Investors appeared to show scant response to China central bank's decision on Friday to cut the amount of cash that lenders must hold as reserves for the first time this year, a move to cushion a potentially sharp slowdown in economic growth.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Philippine peso pressured as underplays rate hikes, stocks lower on deficit view

    * Philippines policy meeting on March 24 * Surge in oil prices hits equities * Yields on Indonesian benchmark bonds fall 27 bps By Riya Sharma March 18 (Reuters) - Philippines' peso slipped on Friday and was on track for its sharpest loss in a week after its central bank signalled it was in no hurry to hike interest rates, while equities eased after the country's current account deficit projection was hiked. Other regional currencies came under pressure from safe-haven flows buoying the U.S. dollar as risk sentiment slightly eased after the U.S. Federal Reserve hiked interest rates this week, while equities consolidated as a jump in oil prices subdued assets in the net energy importing region. Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said on Thursday it did not have to follow the Fed's lead in raising rates but was closely monitoring inflation risks, ahead of a policy meeting on March 24.