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Sembcorp Marine Ltd (S51.SI)

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0.1080+0.0030 (+2.86%)
At close: 05:07PM SGT
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Previous close0.1050
Open0.1060
Bid0.1080 x 0
Ask0.1090 x 0
Day's range0.1060 - 0.1090
52-week range0.0780 - 0.1350
Volume57,817,700
Avg. volume228,324,672
Market cap3.39B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.46
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.0650
Earnings date25 Feb 2022
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date25 Apr 2018
1y target est0.10
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    RPT-India asks power producers to seek weekly payments to manage pricey coal imports

    India has asked power producers to bill electricity buyers every week to ensure adequate cash flow as costs surge due to higher imports of expensive coal, according to a federal power ministry letter seen by Reuters. A scorching heatwave and the lowest fuel inventories at power plants in years have forced India to reverse a policy to slash coal imports. The move could put further pressure on power distribution companies that are saddled with debt and already owe billions of dollars to generators.

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    Saint-Gobain, Sembcorp sign long-term green energy supply deal for India units

    French construction materials giant Saint-Gobain has signed a long-term renewable power supply deal with Singapore-listed Sembcorp for its manufacturing facilities in southern Tamil Nadu state, the companies said on Tuesday. "Sembcorp will supply 33 MW of locally sourced renewable power to Saint-Gobain's manufacturing facilities in Sriperumbudur, Perundurai and Tiruvallur, over the next 25 years," the companies said in a joint statement. Under the deal, Sembcorp will supply wind and solar energy to Saint-Gobain through a special purpose vehicle, in which Sembcorp's Indian green energy unit will hold a 74% stake, with the remainder being held by Saint-Gobain, the companies said.

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