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9.03+0.44 (+5.12%)
At close: 5:11PM SGT
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Previous close8.59
Open8.68
Bid9.01 x 0
Ask9.03 x 0
Day's range8.66 - 9.03
52-week range7.96 - 10.72
Volume9,495,800
Avg. volume3,370,975
Market cap9.653B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.36
PE ratio (TTM)20.57
EPS (TTM)0.44
Earnings date23 Oct 2020
Forward dividend & yield0.32 (3.73%)
Ex-dividend date01 Oct 2020
1y target est7.97
  • Reuters SG

    CORRECTED-First China bond ETF in Singapore to launch amid rising foreign interest in yuan assets

    The largest exchange-traded fund to invest purely in Chinese government bonds lists in Singapore next week, the bourse and the fund manager said on Thursday, capitalising on surging interest in the world's second-biggest bond market. The first China bond ETF in Singapore, managed by CSOP Asset Management, will launch with an initial $676 million drawn from both institutional and retail investors, CSOP and Singapore Exchange Ltd told a briefing.

  • Singapore aims to become Asia’s benchmark for Bitcoin pricing
    Bloomberg

    Singapore aims to become Asia’s benchmark for Bitcoin pricing

    Singapore Exchange Ltd. is creating two new cryptocurrency indexes with the goal of setting the pricing standard for Bitcoin and Ethereum in Asia.

  • Exclusive: Photoshopping Obama - the company that wants to buy Newcastle United
    Reuters

    Exclusive: Photoshopping Obama - the company that wants to buy Newcastle United

    The Singapore-registered company that says it is close to buying English soccer club Newcastle United admits it doctored photos of former U.S. President Barack Obama in marketing materials used to publicise the newly formed group. Bellagraph Nova Group (BN Group) also said some of the information in those materials was released prematurely or contained errors after Reuters found inconsistencies when speaking to firms and persons BN Group says it is involved with. Speaking on behalf of BN Group's principals, Nereides Antonio Giamundo de Bourbon, head of investor relations, acknowledged that the company had altered photos of Obama to make it look as though he had attended a meeting with its executives in Paris.