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Singapore Telecommunications Limited (Z74.SI)

SES - SES Delayed price. Currency in SGD
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3.0200-0.0400 (-1.31%)
At close: 05:10PM SGT
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Previous close3.0600
Bid3.0200 x 0
Ask3.0300 x 0
Day's range3.0200 - 3.0800
52-week range2.2500 - 3.1000
Avg. volume36,602,505
Market cap49.87B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.50
PE ratio (TTM)60.40
EPS (TTM)0.0500
Earnings date23 May 2024
Forward dividend & yield0.11 (3.71%)
Ex-dividend date01 Aug 2024
1y target est3.39
  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 1-Thailand's Gulf Energy and telco Intouch Holdings to merge

    Thailand's power producer Gulf Energy Development and Intouch Holdings, which controls the country's top mobile phone operator AIS, said on Tuesday they would merge to create a major digital and energy infrastructure player in Southeast Asia. The deal, expected to close by second quarter of 2025, will result in the dissolution of Intouch and Gulf and the formation of a new public limited company, with a registered capital of 14.94 billion baht ($414.77 million). Gulf already is the biggest shareholder of Intouch with a 47.37% stake, followed by Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) , which owns 24.99%.

  • Reuters SG

    Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

    ** Italian regional utility Dolomiti Energia said it would buy the 40% it does not already own in its unit Hydro Dolomiti Energia (HDE) from Australian investor Macquarie for 401.5 million euros. ** Brazilian utility giant Eletrobras has filed for a secondary sale of up to 130 million preferred shares it owns in power transmission firm Isa Cteep, it said in a securities filing. ** Qingdao Port International said it agreed to purchase assets from Rizhao Port and Yantai Port for 9.44 billion yuan ($1.30 billion) as part of its restructuring efforts.

  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 1-Australia's competition regulator starts informal review of TPG Telecom-Optus deal

    Australia's competition watchdog has started an informal review of the network sharing deal between TPG Telecom and Optus, owned by Singapore Telecommunications, the regulator said on Friday. Under the deal signed in April, TPG would expand coverage to 2,444 mobile network sites in regional Australia, up from 755, and would gain access to Optus' regional 5G network as it is rolled out. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said that it is seeking views on the likely impact of the deal on the pricing as well as non-pricing aspects of the mobile service infrastructure in the country.