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Singapore Telecommunications Limited (Z77.SI)

SES - SES Delayed price. Currency in SGD
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2.39000.0000 (0.00%)
As of 01:23PM SGT. Market open.
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Previous close2.3900
Open2.3900
Bid2.3900 x 0
Ask2.4000 x 0
Day's range2.3900 - 2.4100
52-week range2.2600 - 2.6700
Volume188,560
Avg. volume95,862
Market cap39.608B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.52
PE ratio (TTM)12.58
EPS (TTM)0.1900
Earnings date23 May 2024
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date19 Dec 2014
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 2-SingTel annual profit more than halves on $2.3 bln impairment charge

    Singapore Telecommunications posted a 64% drop in full-year net profit on Thursday hit by a S$3.1 billion ($2.30 billion) impairment charge, majority of which relates to its mobile network operation unit Optus. Australia's second-largest telecom company Optus has been marred by multiple setbacks, including a massive network-wide outage in the country, data breaches and steep declines in fixed carriage revenue amid increased capital costs. The non-cash charge comprises a S$2 billion provision on the goodwill of Optus, while S$470 million relates to Optus' enterprise fixed access network assets.

  • Reuters

    SingTel annual profit more than halves on $2.3 billion impairment hit

    (Reuters) -Singapore Telecommunications' annual net profit more than halved on Thursday, hit by a previously announced S$3.1 billion ($2.30 billion) impairment charge, most of which relates to its Australian unit Optus. Optus, Australia's No.2 telecom operator, has been one of Singtel's biggest investments overseas but it has recently drawn public ire over court cases amid a cyber attack in 2022, a massive network outage and falling carriage revenue on increased costs. The S$3.1 billion charge includes a S$2 billion provision on goodwill of Optus while S$470 million relates to Optus' enterprise fixed access network assets.

  • Reuters

    Australia takes Singtel-owned Optus to court over 2022 cyber attack

    Australia's No.2 telco, had in September 2022 faced a massive data breach which exposed customers' personal information, including home addresses, passport and phone numbers. Following the incident, the country's Prime Minister Anthony Albanese called for tougher privacy rules to force companies to notify banks faster when they experience similar data breaches. About 10 million Australians, 40% of the population, are Optus customers and could not use smartphones, broadband internet or landlines for much of the day of the breach.