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UOL Group Limited (U14.SI)

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7.24-0.04 (-0.55%)
At close: 5:04PM SGT
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Previous close7.28
Bid7.23 x 0
Ask7.25 x 0
Day's range7.22 - 7.35
52-week range6.06 - 8.03
Avg. volume1,011,578
Market cap6.11B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.97
PE ratio (TTM)452.50
EPS (TTM)0.02
Earnings date26 Feb 2021
Forward dividend & yield0.15 (2.04%)
Ex-dividend date30 Apr 2021
1y target est8.38
  • UOL to preview Watergardens at Canberra on July 17; prices start from $1,380 psf

    UOL to preview Watergardens at Canberra on July 17; prices start from $1,380 psf

    Watergardens at Canberra will preview on Saturday, July 19. Prices will start from $1,380 psf. (Picture: Samuel Isaac Chua/The Edge Singapore)SINGAPORE (EDGEPROP) - Property developer UOL Group will preview its latest residential project, Watergardens at Canberra, on July 17. The 448-unit condominium is the first private residential development in the budding Canberra area. (See also: UOL to launch Canberra Drive project in 2Q, redevelop Faber House and enhance Odeon Towers)Watergardens at Canbe

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Indonesian shares pare gains ahead of GDP data; other Asian markets mixed

    * Graphic: World FX rates * Indonesia to post first annual GDP contraction since 1998- poll * Thai consumer confidence hits a 9-month low * Taiwan dollar extends rally By Shruti Sonal Feb 4 (Reuters) - Indonesian shares pared earlier gains on Thursday ahead of GDP data, while most other Asian stock markets were mixed as investors exercised caution triggered by worries about policy tightening in China and mixed cues from Wall Street. Indonesia, which has suffered the worst COVID-19 outbreak in Southeast Asia, is expected to post its first annual contraction in gross domestic product (GDP) since 1998 on Friday, a Reuters poll showed. Although analysts expect the fourth-quarter GDP growth to contract less severely than the previous quarter, they have flagged recovery risks.

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    EMERGING MARKETS-Virus spike hits S. Korean won; Malaysia leads fall in Asian stocks

    * Malaysia set for first weekly drop in seven * Thai baht rises to a seven-year peak * Singapore dollar eases from 2-year highs By Shriya Ramakrishnan Dec 18 (Reuters) - The won closed at a two-week low on Friday as more COVID-19 cases in South Korea sapped risk appetite, while profit-taking ahead of the holiday season put Malaysian shares on course for their first weekly loss in seven weeks. Asian currencies were largely subdued in the afternoon trade as the dollar took a breather after plunging close to a 2-1/2-year lows this week. The won weakened 0.6% against the dollar and was the sole regional currency set to register a weekly fall, as South Korea reported its second-highest daily tally for new coroanvirus cases.