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9.58+0.11 (+1.16%)
As of 04:16PM SGT. Market open.
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Previous close9.47
Open9.50
Bid9.57 x 0
Ask9.58 x 0
Day's range9.47 - 9.59
52-week range8.93 - 12.13
Volume1,031,000
Avg. volume2,327,295
Market cap10.239B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.27
PE ratio (TTM)24.75
EPS (TTM)0.39
Earnings date04 Feb 2022
Forward dividend & yield0.32 (3.38%)
Ex-dividend date06 May 2022
1y target est10.26
  • Reuters SG

    Singapore trading platform recognises crypto assets of accredited investors

    Singapore-based private securities platform ADDX said it has become the first financial firm in the city-state to recognise cryptocurrency in their assessment of assets of high-net worth clients. The move underscores the growing acceptance of digital currencies among financial services firms as they seek to tap a wide array of investors. ADDX, whose backers include Singapore Exchange, said in a statement on Wednesday that it would recognise only cryptocurrencies with a higher market value and would apply discount rates when valuing these assets.

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    PropNex reported FY2021 revenue of $957.5 mil, an 86.5% y-o-y growth

    Ismail Gafoor (centre) and the PropNex top management (Photo: Samuel Isaac Chua/EdgeProp Singapore)SINGAPORE (EDGEPROP) - Singapore-listed property agency PropNex reported earnings of $14.3 million for the 4Q2021 ended December, 90.5% higher than earnings of $7.5 million in the same period the year before.The quarter’s earnings have brought the SGX-listed property agency’s FY2021 earnings to $60.0 million, more than double the earnings of $29.1 million in the FY2020.Revenue for the 4QFY2021 grew

  • Reuters SG

    RPT-EMERGING MARKETS-Most Asian currencies ease, record COVID cases weaken S.Korean won

    The U.S. economy created more than expected jobs in January, despite disruptions to consumer-facing businesses from a surge in COVID-19 cases, increasing the chance of a larger Federal Reserve interest rate rise at the March policy meeting. The Indonesia rupiah also weakened 0.1%, but held steady at that level as the country's fourth quarter gross domestic product growth accelerated 5%, slightly faster than expected, on the back of high commodity prices and the loosening of anti-virus curbs. Meanwhile, shares across the region were mixed, with China gaining strongly coming out of a week-long Lunar New Year break to rise about 2%, while Philippine stocks dipped about 1%, after rising nearly 3% last week.