|Bid||55.49 x 0|
|Ask||55.50 x 0|
|Day's range||54.83 - 55.84|
|52-week range||10.99 - 72.05|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.45|
|PE ratio (TTM)||6.76|
|Earnings date||26 Feb 2020 - 2 Mar 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.88 (1.63%)|
|1y target est||67.01|
* Hong Kong human rights bill could hamper trade talks * Indonesia set for sixth straight day of losses * The Philippines falls most, down 0.7% By Arundhati Dutta Nov 28 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian markets fell on Thursday as investors feared the U.S. government's decision to sign a bill backing protesters in Hong Kong could thwart Beijing and Washington from defusing their 16-month trade dispute. Mass protests for more democracy and autonomy have rocked the former British colony for six months, with escalating violence and fears that China will ratchet up its response to end the unrest. China's Foreign Ministry said it will take "firm counter measures" if the United States continues to interfere in Hong Kong after Trump on Wednesday signed into law congressional legislation backing pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong.
* 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.
* Lack of detail about trade talk progress weighs on sentiment * Malaysian palm oil exports to meet EU standards by 2021 * Singapore falls to near 3-week low, Jardine Matheson down By Arundhati Dutta Nov 19 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets fell on Tuesday as lack of significant progress in U.S.-China trade talks kept investors on the edge, while Malaysia slipped after the government announced new food safety standards for its vital palm oil industry. "The trade-talks are starting to look more like an iceberg, and not a lighthouse," Jeffrey Halley, senior market analyst for Asia Pacific at OANDA said in a note. The closer markets were getting to the looming Dec. 15 deadline, when a new set of U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports will kick in if a deal is not met, the more lonely equity markets are starting to look, he added.
* China's Oct industrial output grew slower than expected * Philippine shares at near 4-week low * Thai cenbank to lower growth outlook for 2019 & 2020 By Anushka Trivedi Nov 14 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets declined on Thursday, as dismal economic print from China and rising uncertainty over a highly-anticipated Sino-U.S. trade deal weighed on risk sentiment. Indonesian stocks dropped the most in the region after data showed China's industrial output grew significantly slower than expected in October, reinforcing views that long-drawn trade war with United States is taking a toll on the world's second-largest economy. "The latest news added to the sense that the path to any trade deal remains riddled with uncertainties and contributed to the relatively lower market risk appetite," OCBC analysts said in a note.
* Markets await Trump's speech * Bangkok Life Assurance posts upbeat quarterly results * Vietcombank rises on deal with FWD Group By Anushka Trivedi Nov 12 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian markets eked out modest gains on Tuesday, with trade-sensitive Singapore shares rising the most as investors eagerly await a key speech by U.S. President Donald Trump for clues on a U.S.-China trade deal. Later in the day, Trump is scheduled to address U.S. trade policy at the Economic Club of New York, and markets will tune in for any upbeat commentary since his remark on Friday, that he had not agreed to roll back tariffs, had dented prospect of an imminent trade pact. In a low volume session, Singapore shares jumped 0.8% on strength in industrial stocks.