|Bid||0.8050 x 0|
|Ask||0.8100 x 0|
|Day's range||0.7900 - 0.8100|
|52-week range||0.5750 - 0.8600|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.25|
|PE ratio (TTM)||36.59|
|Earnings date||13 Aug 2019 - 19 Aug 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.02 (2.45%)|
|1y target est||0.74|
Starbucks Corp said on Thursday that a company controlled by Thai billionaire Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi and a Hong Kong-based firm had won an exclusive deal to operate and develop its retail business in Thailand. The agreement, which it expects to close this month, is with Coffee Concepts, a joint venture between Hong Kong-based Maxim's Caterers Limited and F&N Retail Connection Co. Ltd, a company owned by Chareon's Thai Beverage Pcl. Thai Beverage, known for its pale lager Chang beer, has non-alcoholic drinks portfolio that includes carbonated drinks and green tea.
A summary of Thai Beverage Public Company Limited’s (SGX: Y92) latest quarterly result in 10 quick points.
* Minority listing in Hong Kong considered * AB InBev says main reason would be M&A platform * Solid Q1 in Brazil, better in United States (Adds CFO Dutra, shares, more on listing, results) By Philip Blenkinsop ...
Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world's largest brewer, is considering listing a minority stake in its Asian operations to create a separate business that could lead consolidation of brewing in the region. The announcement on Tuesday, released at the same time as first-quarter results, follows reports that the company had enlisted banks to work on a partial sale of the Asia-Pacific business. The company said the main merit of a Hong Kong listing would be to create a champion in the Asia-Pacific, where sales are still growing and increasingly wealthy consumers are trading up to higher margin premium beers, such as its Budweiser or Corona.
Four central bank interest-rate decision, and results from OCBC, UOL, Thai Beverage and Genting Singapore are some of next week's highlights.
How this magic number can tell investors a lot about Thai Beverage Public Company Limited's (SGX: Y92) and its business.
Following the United States extending its deadline to raise tariffs on Chinese products and increased optimism that the two biggest economies are well on track to reach an agreement, outlook in the markets has clearly turned for the better. Because of this, China’s Shanghai Composite Index jumped 5.6 percent within a single trading day on 25 February 2019. Along with the rise of the Chinese markets, the local bourse also saw its benchmark Straits Times Index registering a year-to-date return of 3.9 percent.
* Softer China inflation sullies risk appetite * Singapore, Indonesia drop after disappointing data * Vietnam clocks near 5 pct weekly gain By Ambar Warrick Feb 15 (Reuters) - Philippines led falls across ...
* Singapore markets soften after disappointing Q4 GDP * Indonesian stocks to see worst week since October 2018 * Vietnam to outperform peers this week By Ambar Warrick Feb 15 (Reuters) - Most Southeast ...