|Bid||1.5200 x N/A|
|Ask||1.5300 x N/A|
|Day's range||1.5100 - 1.5600|
|52-week range||1.4800 - 2.7900|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.07|
|PE ratio (TTM)||13.08|
|Earnings date||13 May 2020 - 18 May 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.06 (3.87%)|
|Ex-dividend date||27 Apr 2020|
|1y target est||3.33|
* Most markets end over 6% lower * Singapore falls most in over 11 years * Malaysia hits over 8-yr low * Oil prices crash most since 1991 By Shruti Sonal March 9 (Reuters) - Singapore shares fell the most in more than 11 years on Monday, leading a broad tumble in Southeast Asian stocks, as fears over the economic impact of the coronavirus epidemic and a crash in oil prices triggered a steep sell-off. Oil prices plunged as much as 31.5% - the most since 1991 - after Saudi Arabia started a price war following Russia's refusal to agree to a further steep cut in oil output. Broader Asian markets fell 4.4% in their worst day since August 2015 as the number of people infected with the coronavirus topped 110,000 across the world, with the outbreak reaching more countries and causing more economic damage.
* Oil prices fall most since 1991 * Thailand, Philippines and Vietnam dive over 5% each * Malaysian shares hit lowest since Nov. 2011 By Shruti Sonal March 9 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stock markets tumbled on Monday as investors panicked over the economic damage from the coronavirus outbreak, and oil prices plunged after Saudi Arabia slashed selling prices and laid out a plan to increase production. The number of people infected with the coronavirus topped 107,000 across the world as the outbreak reached more countries. Oil prices dropped as much as 31.5% - the most since 1991 - after Saudi Arabia, the world's top oil exporter, started a price war after Russia balked at making further steep output cuts proposed by OPEC.
SINGAPORE (Feb 24): Analysts remain conservative in their calls for Sembcorp Industries, following the release of its FY2019 results on Feb 21. This comes on the back of a $126 million profit to the group’s core segment, of which $87 million came from urban development following the completion and handover of the Riverside Grandeur residential units in China. Meanwhile, its Sembcorp marine business posted a core ‘gross margin’ of -11.6% in 4QFY2019, which DBS Analyst Ho Pei Hwa says is “probably the worst we have seen in 20 years”.
Singapore (Jan 3): Sembcorp Industries is acquiring Veolia’s waste collection and cleaning services businesses, as well as associated properties including a materials recovery facility, for $28 million, the mainboard-listed group announced Friday. Sembcorp’s wholly-owned subsidiary SembWaste has entered into a sale and purchase agreement to acquire Veolia ES Singapore (VESS) and the public cleaning business of Veolia ES Singapore Industrial (VESSI).
SINGAPORE (Jan 3): Sembcorp Industries is acquiring a 100% stake in Veolia ES Singapore (VESS) and its public cleaning business for $28 million. The sale & purchase agreement of Veolia ES Singapore Industrial (VESSI) was signed between Sembcorp's wholly owned subsidiary SembWaste and Veolia Environmental Services Asia. VESSI holds contracts for public and commercial waste and recyclable collections covering recovery and recycling, public and commercial cleaning services, as well as associated properties which include a materials recovery facility.