|Bid||20.16 x 0|
|Ask||20.28 x 0|
|Day's range||19.94 - 20.28|
|52-week range||17.81 - 33.50|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.75|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.21 (1.01%)|
|Ex-dividend date||20 Aug 2020|
|1y target est||N/A|
* Graphic: World FX rates http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh * Graphic: Foreign flows into Asian stocks https://tmsnrt.rs/3lKhL5I * Industrials drag Singapore stocks * Thai baht hits one-month low By Anushka Trivedi Sept 24 (Reuters) - Malaysia's ringgit fell for a fourth session on Thursday as investors moved to price in the latest bout of political uncertainty following opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim's claim that he had a majority to oust the current government. In Asian stock markets doubts about how the world economy will stagger back to recovery spurred a 1.5% fall in Chinese shares, unsettling other markets in the region, with Indonesia, South Korea and Taiwan stocks all down 1% to 2%. The dip in confidence turned investors away from riskier assets and the won and the Thai baht both eased by around half a percent against the dollar.
* The Philippines and Singapore lead gains in Southeast Asia * U.S. inflation rose more than expected in July * Malaysia releases GDP data on Friday By Nikhil Nainan Aug 13 (Reuters) - Asia's emerging currency markets crept higher on Thursday against a broadly weaker U.S. dollar, while optimism among investors over an economic recovery and U.S.-China trade talks later this week pushed stock markets higher. U.S. inflation data on Wednesday dispelled concerns about deflation in the world's largest economy and added to signs at the start of this week that China is recovering from the coronavirus crisis faster than previously thought. Stock markets in the Philippines and Singapore led gains across the region, climbing to late-July highs, while Taiwan's dollar rose almost half a percent.
* Singapore leads gains in Southeast Asia * U.S. inflation rose more than expected in July * Malaysia releases GDP data on Friday Aug 13 (Reuters) - Asia's currencies and stock markets rose on Thursday as investors took comfort after U.S. data dispelled concerns about deflation in the world's largest economy, while a U.S. stalemate over further fiscal stimulus hit the U.S. dollar. Taiwan's dollar rose almost half a percent, outperforming other Asian currencies, while Singapore's Straits Times Index led gains among regional stock markets. The cononavirus pandemic has continued to buffet financial markets, as investors balance tentative signs of global economic recovery and promising vaccine developments with second waves of outbreaks which have triggered fresh restrictions.