|Bid||31.91 x 0|
|Ask||32.00 x 0|
|Day's range||31.75 - 32.42|
|52-week range||29.03 - 40.70|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.63|
|PE ratio (TTM)||7.12|
|Earnings date||26 Feb 2020 - 02 Mar 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.34 (1.06%)|
|Ex-dividend date||22 Aug 2019|
|1y target est||43.20|
* Philippines sheds more than 1.5%, the most in a month * U.S.-China Phase 1 trade deal to be signed later on Wednesday * China Q4 growth likely weakest in nearly 30 years - Reuters poll By Sameer Manekar Jan 15 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets settled lower on Wednesday, with Philippines declining the most in a month, as comments from a top U.S. official that tariffs on Chinese goods would remain in place for now tempered optimism about an interim trade deal. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Tuesday that Washington would maintain tariffs on Chinese goods until the completion of a second phase trade agreement.
* U.S.-China Phase 1 trade deal to be signed later on Wednesday * Indonesia trade deficit in Dec likely narrowed - Reuters poll * Malaysia extends losses into fourth session By Sameer Manekar Jan 15 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stock markets dropped on Wednesday as broader confidence was dented ahead of the signing of an initial Sino-U.S. trade deal following comments from Washington that tariffs on Chinese goods would remain in place for now. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Tuesday that the United States would maintain tariffs on Chinese goods until the completion of a second phase of a U.S.-China trade agreement.
* Singapore closes at over 2-month high * Indonesia rises for fourth straight session * China Dec exports up 7.6% y/y, beats forecast By Sameer Manekar Jan 14 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets ended higher on Tuesday, underpinned by optimism on the imminent signing of a Phase 1 trade deal between the United States and China, with Singapore leading gains lifted by the industrial sector. Under the terms of the trade deal to be signed on Wednesday in Washington, China has pledged to buy nearly $80 billion worth of additional manufactured goods from the United States over the next two years, and would also buy more than $50 billion more in energy supplies, a source told Reuters on Monday.
* Singapore slips most in over six weeks * Thai stocks finish 1.7% lower * Vietnam falls most in over one month By Sameer Manekar Jan 6 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian equities ended lower on Monday on growing fears over escalating U.S.-Iran tensions, which led to a spike in oil prices and a decrease in risk appetite of investors. Oil prices rose a further 2% on Monday, pushing Brent above $70 a barrel, after Trump on Sunday threatened to impose sanctions on Iraq after its parliament passed a resolution calling for an end to all foreign troop presence. "The price actions of Friday and this morning (Monday) suggest that early casualties will be emerging markets and regional Asia," he added, highlighting Asia's dependence on oil imports.
* Vietnam stocks set to gain 7.8% in 2019 * Malaysian shares fall; Singapore flat * Other markets closed for New Year's Eve By Shruti Sonal Dec 31 (Reuters) - Malaysian shares fell more than 1% on Tuesday, dragged by banking and consumer stocks, while Singapore erased gains in thin year-end trading. Singapore's market shut early on Tuesday, while most other markets in the region are closed on account of New Year's Eve. Public Bank Bhd fell 1.7%, while Sime Darby Plantation, the world's largest oil palm planter by land size, slid 2%.
* Singapore extends gains for third consecutive session * Indonesia and Philippine markets closed until Wednesday * Vietnam set to snap a 3-session rally By Shruti Sonal Dec 24 (Reuters) - Trade-sensitive Singapore shares extended gains for a third straight session on Tuesday, buoyed by lingering optimism about an interim U.S.-China trade deal, while other Southeast Asian stock markets were down in subdued trade ahead of holidays. A recent spate of positive developments have pointed towards a de-escalation of a trade conflict between the world's two-largest economies. The benchmark Singapore index, which will trade for a shorter session ahead of the Christmas holiday, was buoyed by telecom and industrials.
* Indonesia's ends lower despite hopes of c.bank trimming rates * Philippine markets cautious ahead of c.bank meeting - analyst * Thailand closed for a holiday By Arundhati Dutta Dec 10 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian markets saw broad losses on Tuesday, with Vietnam falling the most, as investors held risky bets awaiting a decision from the United States on whether it would go ahead with fresh tariffs on Chinese imports this weekend. While Beijing said it hoped to strike a deal as soon as possible, U.S. President Donald Trump said that the United States was doing well in hammering out an agreement with China. Vietnam stocks led the declines in the region, dragged by consumer stocks.
* China exports shrink for fourth consecutive month * Thailand posts ninth straight session of falls * Malaysia snaps 2 sessions of gains By Arundhati Dutta Dec 9 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian markets weakened on Monday, as worries over poor economic data from China offset Wall Street cheer on strong U.S. jobs data, while investors buckled in for a crucial week of trade negotiations. Chinese exports eased for the fourth straight month in November, implying that the 17-month long trade standoff with the United States was weighing on Southeast Asia's largest trading partner. "China's insistence for U.S. tariff rollbacks remains a critical redline, " DBS Group Research wrote in a note.
* 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.
* 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.