|Bid||51.62 x 0|
|Ask||51.64 x 0|
|Day's range||50.70 - 51.87|
|52-week range||39.55 - 68.88|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.49|
|PE ratio (TTM)||68.01|
|Earnings date||29 Jul 2021|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.72 (3.35%)|
|Ex-dividend date||19 Aug 2021|
|1y target est||67.01|
* Weaker China data hurts equities in EM Asia * Singapore stocks fall 0.8% to hit 2-week low * India's Nifty 50 hits record high By Harish Sridharan Sept 15 (Reuters) - Most shares in Asian emerging markets fell on Wednesday, as a raft of subdued data from China, indicating slowing economic activity in the world's second largest economy, raised concerns over a global recovery and an aversion towards riskier assets. China's factory and retail sectors faltered in August with output and sales growth hitting one-year lows as fresh coronavirus outbreaks and supply disruptions threatened the country's impressive economic recovery. "Slowing China activity has a knock-on effect across the region," said Mitul Kotecha, chief EM Asia & Europe strategist at TD Securities.
* Weaker China data hurts equities in EM Asia * Singapore stocks down 0.8%, hits 2-week low * Asian FX largely subdued By Harish Sridharan Sept 15 (Reuters) - Stocks in Asia's emerging markets fell on Wednesday, as uncertainty surrounding the U.S. Federal Reserve's tapering timeline and weaker-than-expected Chinese economic data rekindled worries about slowing global growth, and raised aversion towards riskier assets. Equities in Singapore led losses in the broader region, while Taiwan, Malaysia and Indonesia also fell. China's industrial output in August rose at its weakest pace since July 2020, while retail sales growth also slowed significantly, as COVID-19 controls and curbs on high-polluting industries disrupted activity in the world's second-biggest economy.
* Asia FX, equities broadly lower * U.S. inflation raises Fed rate hike worries By Shashwat Awasthi July 14 (Reuters) - Emerging Asian markets slipped on Wednesday after U.S. inflation data stoked fears of earlier-than-expected policy tightening by the Federal Reserve, while Singapore stocks shed small, early gains made after the release of gross domestic product data. Consumer prices in the United States increased by the most in 13 years in June, leading investors to sweat over the prospects of the Fed scaling back policy support swiftly. "This backdrop of higher for longer U.S inflation and a faster hiking Fed and strengthening USD is not a good recipe for emerging Asia," Robert Carnell, regional head of research, Asia-Pacific at ING said in a note.