|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||7,900.00 - 8,000.00|
|52 Week Range||5,275.00 - 8,865.00|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.22|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||41.72|
|Earnings Date||Jul 30, 2018 - Aug 03, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||214.00 (2.71%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Aug 05, 2020|
|1y Target Est||43,855.70|
* Thai stocks at highest level since March 11 * Singapore shares trade flat By Nikhil Subba April 23 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian shares rose on Thursday, taking cues from Wall Street that rose overnight after oil prices recovered and the U.S. Congress looked set to approve a fresh fiscal package. The House of Representatives is expected to clear a relief package worth $484 billion later on Thursday, which would take the overall U.S. federal financial response to the coronavirus pandemic to almost $3 trillion. Aiding sentiment was a gain in oil prices amid signs that producers are cutting output to cope with a collapse in demand for fuel.
* Singapore Q1 GDP contracts more than expected * Singapore set to announce additional stimulus package * Indonesia set for best day in 6-1/2 years By Arpit Nayak March 26 (Reuters) - Most South East Asian stocks rose on optimism around a massive U.S. stimulus package, although Singapore shares fell after the city-state cut its annual growth forecast to better reflect the economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic. The U.S. Senate on Wednesday unanimously passed a $2-trillion bill aimed at helping unemployed workers and industries hurt by the virus outbreak. Thailand has put into effect a state of emergency until the end of April, sealing off its borders from non-resident foreigners to contain the virus, though it held off on restricting people's movement inside the country At odds with the regional trend, Singapore stocks eased as much as 2.9% after its economy contracted more than expected in the first quarter.
* Philippines sees biggest intraday loss ever * Indonesia hits fourth circuit breaker in six sessions * Singapore headed for seventh consecutive session of losses By Arpit Nayak March 19 (Reuters) - Philippines plunged 24% on Thursday on reopening after a two-day hiatus, while other Southeast Asian stock markets also sustained heavy losses on fears over the economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic. The Philippine bourse opened 12.4% lower, triggering the first 10% circuit breaker following which a 15-minute trading halt was placed within minutes of the opening bell. With regards to Asia market, it appears that a downtrend continues to be the case, said Jingyi Pan, market strategist at IG, in a note.