|Bid||11.72 x 0|
|Ask||11.75 x 0|
|Day's range||11.69 - 11.81|
|52-week range||10.98 - 13.54|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.85|
|PE ratio (TTM)||11.29|
|Earnings date||29 Apr 2022|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.56 (4.82%)|
|Ex-dividend date||06 May 2022|
|1y target est||13.97|
Oil prices rose on Thursday, reversing earlier losses, as supply concerns and geopolitical tension in Europe got the upper hand over the economic fears dogging financial markets as inflation soars. A pending European Union ban on oil from Russia, a key supplier of crude and fuels to the bloc, is anticipated to further tighten global supplies. More broadly, oil prices and financial markets have been under pressure this week amid jitters over rising interest rates, the strongest U.S. dollar in two decades, concerns over inflation and possible recession.
* Indonesia market closed for a holiday * Singapore stocks hit highest level in three weeks * All Asian currencies climb over 0.2% By Tejaswi Marthi April 29 (Reuters) - Most Asian stocks logged small gains on Friday, taking positive cues from an upbeat Wall Street session overnight with strong earnings reports lifting sentiment, while investors placed cautious bets ahead of the U.S. Fed's policy meeting next week. Equities in Singapore advanced 0.9% to touch their highest level since April 8 after earnings from the top lenders DBS Group Holdings and OCBC beat analyst estimates. Friday's gains were marginal compared to a brutal sell-off in stocks in recent weeks that forced benchmark stock indexes in most regions to track monthly losses, amid expectations that the U.S. central bank will increase its target policy rate by half a percentage point in the coming week.
DBS Group and OCBC shares rose as the lenders reported better-than-expected earnings, with UOB falling as it missed forecasts.