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United Overseas Bank Limited (U11.SI)

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26.58+0.55 (+2.11%)
At close: 5:15PM SGT
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Previous close26.03
Open26.23
Bid26.57 x 0
Ask26.65 x 0
Day's range26.21 - 26.75
52-week range18.85 - 26.79
Volume6,266,400
Avg. volume2,925,734
Market cap44.429B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.97
PE ratio (TTM)15.82
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.78 (2.93%)
Ex-dividend date06 May 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters SG

    EMERGING MARKETS-Rupiah, won lead Asia FX gains; China data buoys stocks

    The rupiah hit a two-month high and was headed for its best week since early November as the country's quarterly economic output data on Wednesday hinted at mild recovery and as foreign investors returned to the country's high-yielding bonds. An exodus of outflows, dividend repatriation pressure and concerns about Bank Indonesia's autonomy had seen the rupiah slump this year, but it recently found favour among yield-seekers as the Federal Reserve asserted a dovish stance.

  • UPDATE 2-OCBC doubles Q1 profit, rounds up strong outlook for Singapore banks
    Reuters SG

    UPDATE 2-OCBC doubles Q1 profit, rounds up strong outlook for Singapore banks

    Singapore's Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp more than doubled its quarterly profit on Friday as it handily beat market estimates thanks to a robust performance in its wealth management business and a drop in credit allowances. The results rounded up a strong showing by Singapore lenders DBS Group and United Overseas Bank in tandem with a recovering global economy that is helping boost bank earning across many countries.

  • Singapore bank UOB's Q1 profit rises 18% on lower impairment charges
    Reuters SG

    Singapore bank UOB's Q1 profit rises 18% on lower impairment charges

    United Overseas Bank, Singapore's smallest listed lender, reported an 18% rise in first-quarter net profit on Thursday, boosted by strong fee income growth, a decline in impairment charges and strong credit demand.