|Bid||N/A x N/A|
|Ask||N/A x N/A|
|Day's range||2.5500 - 2.5500|
|52-week range||2.5500 - 2.5500|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.17|
|PE ratio (TTM)||6.89|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.17 (6.70%)|
|Ex-dividend date||17 Nov 2021|
|1y target est||N/A|
* South Korean won at three-week low, Thai baht hits two-week low * Singapore shares up as much as 1% after two days of losses * Malaysian glove manufacturers decline By Sameer Manekar Dec 21 (Reuters) - Thailand's baht hit a two-week low on Tuesday as worries about the Omicron coronavirus variant dampened the outlook for the tourism-reliant economy, while the South Korean won and the Philippine peso also posted modest declines. Trading has been choppy in markets worldwide amid a global surge in Omicron cases, the possibility of more restrictions and thin year-end liquidity. In Asia, currencies were largely mixed on Tuesday, with the South Korean won lingering at a three-week low, the Philippine peso losing ground, while the Malaysian ringgit firmed 0.3%.
* S.Korea's 2021 trade volume hits $1 trln * Malaysia stocks dragged by glove makers * Chinese property sector weighs on local stocks By Indranil Sarkar Oct 26 (Reuters) - South Korean shares led gains among Asia's emerging stock markets on Tuesday as a strong start to the earnings season boosted chipmakers, but investor mood was sombre amid property troubles and rising COVID-19 cases in China. Stocks in Indonesia, India Thailand, Singapore and Philippines were up between 0.2% and 0.9%.
* U.S. bans imports from Malaysia's Supermax, shares plunge * Malaysia stocks mark worst day in three weeks * Rupiah's long-term prospects supported by equity inflows - analyst By Anushka Trivedi Oct 21(Reuters) - Stocks and the currency of Indonesia, the world's top thermal coal exporter, fell on Thursday as China coal futures plunged amid signs of Beijing's intervention, while Malaysian shares eased 1% after news of U.S. regulatory action on a glove maker. Asian currencies and stocks were broadly weaker, with South Korea's won declining 0.3%, followed by Singapore's dollar and the Thai baht. The mood has been sombre after debt-laden China Evergrande Group's deal to sell a stake in its property services unit fell through this week, reviving concerns about a crisis at the country's high-yield real estate sector.