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SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
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9.56-0.01 (-0.10%)
At close: 05:06PM SGT
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Previous close9.57
Open9.51
Bid9.56 x 0
Ask9.57 x 0
Day's range9.49 - 9.59
52-week range8.93 - 12.13
Volume2,069,000
Avg. volume2,427,322
Market cap10.219B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.26
PE ratio (TTM)23.26
EPS (TTM)0.41
Earnings date21 Jan 2022 - 24 Jan 2022
Forward dividend & yield0.32 (3.35%)
Ex-dividend date03 Nov 2021
1y target est10.24
  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 3-Pegasus Asia, Tikehau Capital-backed SPAC, debuts in Singapore

    A special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), backed by European asset manager Tikehau Capital and a holding firm of LVMH Chairman Bernard Arnault, became the second SPAC to list in Singapore on Friday as Asia investors warm to blank check firms. The twin listings also mark the first major debut of such vehicles in Asia since a SPAC frenzy in the United States in early 2021 prior to regulatory changes and some poor returns that dampened investor sentiment.

  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 1-Pegasus Asia, Tikehau Capital-backed SPAC, lists in Singapore

    A special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), backed by European asset manager Tikehau Capital and a holding firm of LVMH Chairman Bernard Arnault, began trading in Singapore on Friday, becoming the second SPAC to debut in the city-state. The twin listings also mark the first major debut of such vehicles in Asia since a SPAC frenzy in the United States in early 2021 prior to regulatory change there dampening investor sentiment. On Thursday, Vertex Technology Acquisition Corp, a SPAC backed by Vertex Ventures - in turn owned by state investor Temasek - became the first such structure to list on the local bourse.

  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 4-Singapore lists first SPAC as Asia investors warm up to blank check firms

    A small blank-check firm backed by state investor Temasek made its Singapore debut on Thursday, marking the first such local listing as Singapore steps up a drive to emerge as a key venue for listings of this type. This came four months after Singapore Exchange allowed special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) or shell firms to list, easing proposed rules in response to market feedback.