|Bid||3.2100 x 0|
|Ask||3.2200 x 0|
|Day's range||3.1900 - 3.2400|
|52-week range||2.7800 - 4.4200|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.75|
|PE ratio (TTM)||17.50|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.15 (4.59%)|
|Ex-dividend date||20 May 2020|
|1y target est||N/A|
* Graphic: World FX rates http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh * Graphic: Foreign flows into Asian stocks https://tmsnrt.rs/3f2vwbA * Taiwan dollar set for best day since April 30 * Singapore stocks hit by dividend worries By Shashwat Awasthi and Pranav A K July 22 (Reuters) - Emerging Asian currencies advanced on Wednesday as unease around the next round of economic stimulus in the United States shook the U.S. dollar, while concerns about rising coronavirus cases and imminent cuts to corporate dividends dented Singapore stocks. The Taiwanese dollar and South Korea's won each rose for the fourth straight session, with Taiwan's currency on track for its best day in almost three months while the Indonesian rupiah and Thai baht also posted modest gains. Investors' appetite for risk has improved this week on news of progress in developing vaccines for the novel coronavirus, reducing the U.S. dollar's safe-harbour appeal.
Shares in Singapore edged down 0.2% after losing as much as 1% earlier, with gains in the consumer sector countering weakness in real estate and banking stocks following data showing a 41% plunge in second quarter gross domestic product. Yields on Singapore's 30-year government bonds fell about 1.8 basis points to 1.228%.
* Graphic: World FX rates http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh * Graphic: Foreign flows into Asian stocks https://tmsnrt.rs/3f2vwbA * Rupiah slips 0.6%, Indonesian stocks hit one-week high * Fed's accommodative stance may support inflows into Asia-analyst By Rashmi Ashok July 2 (Reuters) - Indonesia's stocks and currency were driven in opposite directions on Thursday by rising bets for a rate cut, while the baht drifted lower on Thailand's plans for a bigger budget deficit to revive its coronavirus-battered economy. The rupiah fell 0.6% and was on track for its sixth straight losing session, after data on Wednesday showed Indonesia's inflation rate slowed further in June to hover slightly below the central bank's target range. ANZ Research analysts expect Bank Indonesia to cut rates in the third quarter - the fourth time this year - while those at ING say it will be "hard-pressed" to loosen policy in the near term given the depreciation pressure on the rupiah.
Asian airlines face "drastic" cuts in their planned growth because of the coronavirus crisis, an industry group warned, adding gloom to an already depleted Singapore Airshow as more companies scaled back plans on Monday. The Singapore Airshow from Feb. 11 to 16 is proceeding, but the exhibition centre is pockmarked with empty spaces that would have held displays from Chinese companies and others skipping the show because of the epidemic, which has killed more than 900 people. More than 70 exhibitors, including major U.S. defence firms Lockheed Martin Corp and Raytheon Co have pulled out over concerns related to the new coronavirus.
* Markets await U.S. Fed Chair Powell's speech due late Friday * Philippine set to fall for a third straight session * Singapore core inflation seen slowing to near 3-yr low - poll By Niyati Shetty Aug 23 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets dropped on Friday as investors kept to the sidelines amid uncertainty over the outlook of U.S. interest rates, while fears of a global economic slowdown persisted. The U.S. Federal Reserve has come under increasing pressure to cut borrowing costs more, including a call by President Donald Trump on Wednesday for the central bank to reduce its benchmark rate. With U.S. bond markets signalling a looming recession, markets are also eagerly awaiting a speech by Fed chair, Jerome Powell, who is due to speak at a gathering of global policymakers later in the day.