S58.SI - SATS Ltd.

SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
-0.0100 (-0.35%)
At close: 5:07PM SGT
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Previous close2.8900
Bid2.8800 x 0
Ask2.8900 x 0
Day's range2.8800 - 2.9100
52-week range2.5200 - 5.4300
Avg. volume10,454,518
Market cap3.22B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.71
PE ratio (TTM)14.33
EPS (TTM)0.2010
Earnings date16 Jul 2020 - 20 Jul 2020
Forward dividend & yield0.19 (6.57%)
Ex-dividend date25 Nov 2019
1y target est5.53
  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Rupiah pressured as rate cut bets rise; stocks struggle

    * Graphic: World FX rates http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh * Graphic: Foreign flows into Asian stocks https://tmsnrt.rs/3f2vwbA * Indonesia June inflation narrowly misses cenbank target * Expect Indonesia to make 25bps rate cut in Q3- ANZ Research By Rashmi Ashok July 1 (Reuters) - The Indonesian rupiah eased on Wednesday as prospects of a rate cut increased after inflation came in below the central bank's target range, while broader Asian stocks struggled to retain gains as rising coronavirus cases in the United States weighed. The rupiah fell 0.5% and was set for its fifth-consecutive drop.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Philippine peso, Indonesian rupiah defensive as stocks rally

    Philippine 10-year bonds saw yields dive half a percentage point at the start of the week to 2.8% and have clung to similar levels since, after the central bank unexpectedly cut interest rates by 50 basis points to a new low last week. While the rate cut - the fourth this year - sapped gains in the peso, demand for Philippines' bonds was still unaffected, with a fresh auction on Monday being oversubscribed. "Despite the recent yield drop, the Philippines still offers higher yields compared to South Korea, Thailand, and Taiwan on the 10-year benchmarks."

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    SE Asia Stocks-Most recover on global stimulus hopes; Philippines leads

    * China Feb factory activity contracts at record pace * SATS top gainer on Singapore benchmark index * Malaysian stocks near 8-year low By Anushka Trivedi March 2 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets recovered from early losses on Monday, with Philippine shares leading the pack, as hopes grew major central banks would roll out stimulus measures to help cushion the economic fallout from the coronavirus epidemic. On Friday, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said the central bank would "act as appropriate" to support the economy, raising hopes of a rate cut and chances that others would follow suit. China's factory activity contracted at the fastest pace ever in February, but analysts at OCBC expect it to bounce back this month as production resumes gradually.

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    SE Asia Stocks-Most markets rise; Philippine up ahead of likely rate cut

    * Philippine cenbank rate decision due around 0800 GMT * Jump in palm oil prices lifts Malaysian benchmark * Singapore stocks hit highest since Jan. 27 By Shruti Sonal Feb 6 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets rose on Thursday as investors picked up beaten-down stocks, with the Philippine index gaining ahead of a widely-expected interest rate cut. While most indexes clocked small gains in the last two sessions, current levels stand nowhere close to what they were at before Jan. 20 when the coronavirus outbreak first drew the attention of global markets.

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    CORRECTED-SE Asia Stocks-Markets fall as coronavirus death toll rises, Vietnam down over 3%

    Vietnam markets opening after the Lunar New Year holidays saw their worst session in over a year, as investors priced in the economic impact of the virus outbreak. Adding to woes, the World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday expressed concern over the person-to-person spread of the virus in three countries, including Vietnam.

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    SE Asia Stocks-Markets fall as China virus spreads

    * Vietnam down 2.6%, most since December 2018 * Indonesia flags virus impact on tourism * Malaysia declines for eighth session By Arpit Nayak Jan 30 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stock markets fell on Thursday as concerns over the rapid spread of a virus from China prompted the World Health Organization to reconsider the severity of the outbreak. The WHO is due to meet later in the day to reassess if the epidemic is now a global emergency, as the death toll in China spiked by 38 to 170 overnight and more cases were reported in other countries. "The Wuhan virus outbreak has cast a shadow on the prospects of a manufacturing and capital expenditure recovery, just as the clouds over the U.S.-China trade war were clearing," analysts at Maybank Kim Eng said in a research note.