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9.310.00 (0.00%)
At close: 05:04PM SGT
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Previous close9.31
Bid9.31 x 0
Ask9.33 x 0
Day's range9.27 - 9.35
52-week range8.16 - 10.13
Avg. volume2,096,802
Market cap9.955B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.23
PE ratio (TTM)22.71
EPS (TTM)0.41
Earnings date09 Feb 2023
Forward dividend & yield0.32 (3.44%)
Ex-dividend date02 Nov 2022
1y target est9.64
  • Reuters SG

    CORRECTED-Hong Kong exchange carries out first carbon credit trades

    The Hong Kong stock exchange has carried out the first batch of carbon credit trades on its new voluntary carbon market, joining a handful of Asian exchanges in tapping opportunities resulting from governments' push to achieve climate goals. The inaugural trades on Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing's (HKEX) Core Climate platform announced on Thursday spanned carbon credits from more than 30 international projects involving around 20 participants, the exchange said. A carbon credit or offset permits the buyer to emit one metric tonne of carbon dioxide or equivalent greenhouse gas.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Asian stocks, FX extend fall as markets assess Fed outlook

    * Indonesia's rupiah set for sharpest daily fall in over a month * Singapore stocks buck trend, only to gain in the region * Stocks in Malaysia down for the 4th day By Navya Mittal Nov 17 (Reuters) - Emerging Asian stocks and currencies extended falls on Thursday against the dollar, which found some support on the back of stronger-than-expected U.S. retail sales data overnight. U.S retail sales increased more than expected in October, indicating consumer spending in the United States picked up early in the fourth quarter. "The retail sales do add to the point that U.S. economy is still doing relatively well," said Alivin Tan, head of Asia FX strategy at RBC Capital Markets.

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    RPT-COLUMN-London Metal Exchange Week: cocktails, canapés and crises: Andy Home

    It's not the first time the 145-year-old London Metal Exchange (LME) has found itself in crisis. There was the Tin Crisis of 1986, the Nickel Crisis of 1988 and what at the time was dubbed "The Sumitomo Scandal" but could now better be described as The 1996 Copper Crisis. March brought Nickel Crisis II, a much scarier update of the original, and now we have the unfolding Russian Metal Crisis.