|Bid||3.6500 x 0|
|Ask||3.6600 x 0|
|Day's range||3.6000 - 3.6700|
|52-week range||3.4600 - 6.9300|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.21|
|PE ratio (TTM)||42.94|
|Earnings date||30 Jul 2020 - 01 Aug 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.32 (8.79%)|
|Ex-dividend date||19 Mar 2020|
|1y target est||7.90|
* Singapore flat after data showed Oct core inflation eased * The Philippines falls most, loses 0.8% * Higher oil prices support Thai energy stocks By Arundhati Dutta Nov 25 (Reuters) - Trading in most Southeast Asian stock markets were subdued on Monday, while Thailand eked out modest gains, as investors await concrete signals of progress in the U.S.-China trade negotiations amid mixed headlines. Investors welcomed signs that talks to resolve the trade row were moving to the next level after the U.S. national security adviser Robert O'Brien said there was still a possibility of an initial "phase one" deal with China by the end of this year. The Singapore index was trading flat after data showed that the city-state's core inflation rate had eased to its weakest level in over three years in October.
* Thailand's Indorama falls on qtrly profit drop * Singapore's DBS flags a weaker 2020 * Malaysia Sept industrial production rises By Anushka Trivedi Nov 11 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian markets closed in the red on Monday, with Thailand falling the most, as the latest escalation of violence in Hong Kong and uncertainty surrounding U.S.-China trade deal tempered sentiment. The Hong Kong police fired live rounds of ammo at protesters, critically injuring one, as the Chinese-ruled territory spiralled into rare working-hours violence in its 24th straight week of pro-democracy unrest.
* Thai stocks flat-to-low ahead of C.bank policy decision * Philippines sees worst session in over a month * Singapore set to rise for third consecutive session By Sameer Manekar Nov 6 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets traded in a flat-to-low range on Wednesday, with the Philippines leading declines after recent gains, as investors turned cautious in anticipation of concrete details from the Sino-U.S. trade negotiations. China is insisting that the United States remove tariffs imposed in September as a part of the "phase one" Sino-U.S. trade deal, which is expected to be signed this month at a yet-to-be-determined location. "Continued optimism that the U.S. and China are on the cusp of sealing the 'Phase 1' trade deal is now conditional on meeting Beijing's demand for a rollback at least of tariffs imposed in September, over and above avoiding further tariff escalation," Mizuho Bank said in a note.
* U.S. delays tariffs on Chinese goods by two weeks * Malaysia edges up ahead of central bank decision * Singapore sees worst session since Sept 2 By Anushka Trivedi Sept 12 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stock markets were subdued on Thursday, with the Philippines leading declines, as a temporary relief in the unpredictable trade spat between Washington and Beijing failed to impress investors. China exempted a basket of U.S. goods from its own tariffs, while U.S. President Donald Trump said he would delay a scheduled tariff hike by two weeks in October. The Singapore benchmark index, among the most vulnerable to the trade dispute with China being the region's biggest trading partner, marked its worst session in over a week.