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Wilmar International Limited (WLMIF)

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3.04000.0000 (0.00%)
At close: 02:07PM EDT
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Previous close3.0400
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's range3.0400 - 3.0400
52-week range2.9400 - 3.8200
Avg. volume7,380
Market cap19.12B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.63
PE ratio (TTM)10.17
EPS (TTM)0.2990
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.11 (3.71%)
Ex-dividend date26 Apr 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 1-Indonesia palm oil shares, rupiah rattled by export ban

    Shares of some of Indonesia's biggest palm oil companies slumped on Monday, while the rupiah headed currency falls in Asia, after the government announced it would ban palm oil exports later this week to help control domestic cooking oil prices. Indonesia, which is the world's top producer and exporter of the edible oil, sent a shockwave through markets last Friday by announcing the ban from April 28, which could further inflame surging global food inflation. Meanwhile, shares of palm oil companies in rival exporter Malaysia jumped as palm oil futures rose to their highest since early March.

  • The Edge Singapore

    Analysts remain upbeat on Wilmar despite several uncertainties

    As at 4.32pm, shares in Wilmar International are trading at 1 cent up or 0.22% higher at $4.58

  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 1-APRIL Group invests $2.3 bln in paperboard factory in Indonesia's Sumatra

    Pulp and paper maker Asia Pacific Resources International Ltd (APRIL Group) on Tuesday began construction on a 33.4 trillion rupiah ($2.33 billion) paperboard production facility on Indonesia's Sumatra island, the company said. The investment is aimed at fulfilling domestic and international demand for environmentally-friendly packaging products, amid a global focus on reducing the use of fossil fuel-based plastic packaging, the company said. APRIL, one of Asia's largest pulp and paper firms, is among several plantation companies that have been criticised for rampant land clearing, which are often blamed for annual forest fires in Indonesia.