M44U.SI - Mapletree Logistics Trust

SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
+0.0100 (+0.61%)
At close: 05:04PM SGT
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Previous close1.6400
Bid1.6500 x 0
Ask1.6600 x 0
Day's range1.6500 - 1.6800
52-week range1.4100 - 1.8200
Avg. volume14,081,344
Market cap8.156B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.54
PE ratio (TTM)10.31
EPS (TTM)0.1600
Earnings date02 May 2023
Forward dividend & yield0.09 (5.60%)
Ex-dividend date06 Apr 2023
1y target est1.81
  • Reuters SG

    Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

    ** Italy's government said negotiations were progressing with Germany's Lufthansa over the sale of a minority stake in ITA Airways, after the two companies jointly approved the Italian carrier's industrial plan. ** E-commerce firm JD.com Inc said it planned to spin off its property and industrial units and list them on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the latest revamp in the Chinese technology sector after a sweeping regulatory crackdown. ** CNH Industrial said that it had agreed to buy Hemisphere GNSS, a high-performance satellite positioning technology company, for $175 million to improve automation in its agriculture and construction businesses.

  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 1-Singapore's Mapletree plans acquisition spree to expand Asia Pacific footprint

    Singapore-based Mapletree Logistics Trust on Thursday announced plans to acquire a few logistics properties in Japan, Australia and South Korea for a combined value of S$913.6 million ($686.97 million). The acquisition plan chimes with Mapletree's strategy to expand its footprint across the Asia Pacific markets, and ramp up its portfolio with more modern logistics assets. The Asia-focused logistics REIT is in talks to acquire properties in Jiaxing, China for an estimated 1.08 billion yuan ($156.84 million), and is also looking at a potential divestment of a non-core property in Hong Kong for S$100.3 million ($75.37 million).

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian currencies, stocks underpinned by China's quarantine ease

    * South Korean won jumps most among Asian FX * Chinese stocks, yuan rally on further COVID-19 curb easing * Dollar falls across board (Adds Japan figures in the table) By Archishma Iyer Dec 27 (Reuters) - Most emerging Asian currencies were trading in green on Tuesday against a relatively weaker U.S. dollar, coming off from an extended Christmas holiday, as risk sentiment improved after China eased COVID-19 quarantine restrictions. The South Korean won gained the most, rising about 0.7% to hit its highest since June 10. China, Asia's largest economy, said it will stop requiring inbound travellers to go into quarantine from Jan. 8 in addition to downgrading the seriousness of COVID-19 as it has become less virulent, leading to hopes of economic growth picking up faster.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Singapore's dollar, stocks slide on disappointing growth outlook

    * Singapore projects GDP growth to ease in 2023 * Malaysian stocks fall for thirst consecutive session * Philippine stocks hit highest since Sept. 19 By Himanshi Akhand Nov 23 (Reuters) - Singapore's dollar and equities fell on Wednesday, after the country projected a slowdown in economic growth next year even as its inflation came below forecast, while investors awaited minutes of the U.S. Federal Reserve's last policy meeting. The Singaporean dollar lost 0.4% after the city-state forecast growth would slow to between 0.5% and 2.5% in 2023 from about 3.5% this year. Stocks were down 0.1%, after falling as much as 0.3% earlier, after data showed that Singapore's key consumer price gauge rose 5.1% in October, slightly less than forecast and below the previous month.

  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Buoyant U.S. dollar, yields push Asian FX into a sea of red

    * Malaysian ringgit hits lowest since Jan 1998 * Singapore dollar hits lowest since June 2020 * Philippine peso on track for a sixth straight session of losses By Tejaswi Marthi Sept 7 (Reuters) - Currencies in emerging Asian markets were in a sea of red on Wednesday, with the Malaysian ringgit hitting a more than two-decade low after the greenback resumed its ascent and U.S. Treasury yields rose on views that the Federal Reserve will continue its aggressive policy tightening. A report overnight showed the U.S. services industry unexpectedly picked up last month, reinforcing the view that the economy is not in recession and giving the Fed leeway for another super-sized 75 basis-point rate rise on Sept. 21. The Malaysian ringgit fell 0.1% to hit its lowest level since the 1998 Asia financial crisis that saw a massive sell-off in Southeast Asian equities and currencies.