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Singapore Telecommunications Limited (Z74.SI)

SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
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2.2800-0.0200 (-0.87%)
At close: 05:14PM SGT
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Previous close2.3000
Bid2.2800 x 0
Ask2.2900 x 0
Day's range2.2800 - 2.3200
52-week range2.2500 - 2.7100
Avg. volume20,085,629
Market cap37.629B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.50
PE ratio (TTM)12.00
EPS (TTM)0.1900
Earnings date09 Nov 2023
Forward dividend & yield0.11 (4.57%)
Ex-dividend date17 Nov 2023
1y target est3.05
  • Reuters SG

    PRESS DIGEST- Wall Street Journal - Nov 20

    Following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. - Sam Altman's bid to return to OpenAI after being ousted Friday faltered late Sunday, as the board that fired him opted not to agree to proposed terms of his reinstatement. - CEO of General Motors' robot-taxi unit Cruise, Kyle Vogt has resigned from the company, following a turbulent month in which the company lost some of its permits in California and paused operations.

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    Australian telco Optus' CEO quits after network outage

    The head of Australia's second-largest telco Optus resigned on Monday, cutting short a more than three-year tenure marred by a massive network-wide outage and one of Australia's largest data breaches. Parent Singapore Telecommunications announced the resignation of Optus CEO Kelly Bayer Rosmarin days after a network-wide outage left nearly half of Australia's 26 million people without phone or internet for 12 hours. Chief Financial Officer Michael Venter will take over as interim CEO, Singtel said in a statement.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Australian telco Optus tells lawmakers it had no plan to address total outage

    Australia's second-largest telco, Optus, had no crisis plan when a network-wide outage left nearly half the country without phone or internet for 12 hours, an executive told parliament on Friday, acknowledging the company's defences had failed. "We didn't have a plan in place for that specific scale of outage," Optus managing director of networks Lambo Kanagaratnam told a Senate hearing on the Nov. 8 failure that left much of the country unable to make payments, receive healthcare or contact emergency services for most of a day. The comments underscore concerns about the resilience of Australia's telecommunications networks, which have been in the spotlight since a massive data breach at Optus last year exposed the personal data of 10 million Australians.