|Bid||4.0000 x N/A|
|Ask||4.0100 x N/A|
|Day's range||3.9200 - 4.0300|
|52-week range||3.6600 - 4.2200|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.58|
|PE ratio (TTM)||22.28|
|Earnings date||08 Aug 2022 - 12 Aug 2022|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.19 (4.74%)|
|Ex-dividend date||24 May 2022|
|1y target est||4.49|
* Baht and rupiah lead losses * India's Jan-March GDP due at 1200 GMT * Indonesian markets closed on Wednesday By Savyata Mishra May 31 (Reuters) - The Thai baht and the Indonesian rupiah led losses for Asian currencies on Tuesday as U.S. Treasury yields jumped and the dollar held firm after hawkish remarks from a U.S. Federal Reserve Governor. Regional stock indexes were mixed. A bounce for both Asian stocks and currencies on Monday that had been driven by Shanghai's imminent reopening, was quick to dissipate on Tuesday after Fed Governor Christopher Waller called for a half percentage point hike in interest rates until inflation is decisively curbed.
A sharp fall in trade visitors is expected at the Singapore Airshow this week compared to the last edition two years ago as COVID-19 continues to hit the industry, the organiser of Asia's biggest aerospace industry gathering said on Sunday. More than 13,000 trade visitors are expected at the biennial show from Tuesday to Friday, Experia Events Managing Director Leck Chet Lam told reporters, down from nearly 30,000 in 2020 and around 54,000 in 2018. Leck said more than 70% of the world's top 20 aerospace companies would be at this year's show, including industry giants Airbus, Boeing and Lockheed Martin , as the industry tries to navigate out of the pandemic.
(.) * China and S. Korea stock markets on holiday * India's stocks rise 1.4% * By Indranil Sarkar Jan 31 (Reuters) - Most Asian currencies inched higher in thin trading on Monday ahead of a week with key Australian, UK and European central bank meetings, while stocks firmed though surging oil prices added to worries over inf.lation. The Indonesian rupiah, Malaysian ringgit and Philippine peso firmed between 0.1% and 0.2% even as the dollar remained strong buoyed by rate hike expectations. Stock markets across the region also moved higher on Monday, with India and Philippine shares rising about 1.5% each.