|Bid||2.1100 x N/A|
|Ask||2.1200 x N/A|
|Day's range||2.1000 - 2.1300|
|52-week range||0.8362 - 2.2800|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.09|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||06 Aug 2021|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.04 (1.90%)|
|Ex-dividend date||27 Apr 2021|
|1y target est||3.33|
* Philippine stocks hit lowest since May 27 * S. Korea tightens virus curbs on gatherings beyond Seoul * Indonesian rupiah eases; central bank meet on Thursday By Anushka Trivedi July 19 (Reuters) - Asian stock markets and currencies saw heavy losses on Monday as some countries in the region tightened COVID-19 curbs to tackle a highly contagious Delta variant-fuelled surge of infections that sparked a sell-off in risky assets. Manila shares slid 1.6%, slumping for a third day after last week's detection of a Delta variant infection spurred extension of stay-at-home orders, while Singapore, Thailand and South Korea's equities fell 1% each. Among currencies, the South Korean won declined 0.7% to lead losses on widened curbs beyond Seoul, the capital, while the baht, the peso and the ringgit eased between 0.2% and 0.3%.
U.S. clean technology firm 8 Rivers Capital and Sembcorp Energy UK, a subsidiary of Singapore-based Sembcorp Industries, plan to build a net-zero emissions power plant in Teesside in northeast England, the firms said on Tuesday. The 300-megawatt project, called Whitetail Clean Energy, would use a process to produce energy which combusts natural gas with oxygen, rather than air, and uses supercritical carbon dioxide, a fluid, to drive the turbine instead of steam. The carbon dioxide produced would be captured and stored offshore.
* Graphic: World FX rates https://tmsnrt.rs/2RBWI5E * Economists predict Indonesia Q1 GDP at -0.74% * India's cases cross 20 million-mark * Japan equities closed; China, Thailand financial markets shut By Anushka Trivedi May 4 (Reuters) - Asian stocks were largely tepid on Tuesday as a continuous surge in COVID-19 cases kept investors on the sidelines amid holiday-thinned trade, although shares in Taiwan dropped nearly 2%. In a divergence from world's developed markets, which are faring better than their Asian peers on economic reopening cheer, equities in Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia were unchanged. Holidays in major players China and Japan dampened activity generally, while a mixed close at Wall Street overnight added to some hesitation in making bets.