|Bid||29.08 x 800|
|Ask||29.09 x 800|
|Day's Range||28.88 - 29.22|
|52 Week Range||24.27 - 31.48|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-0.16|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||22.41|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.76 (2.61%)|
|1y Target Est||27.26|
* China's Oct industrial output grew slower than expected * Philippine shares at near 4-week low * Thai cenbank to lower growth outlook for 2019 & 2020 By Anushka Trivedi Nov 14 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets declined on Thursday, as dismal economic print from China and rising uncertainty over a highly-anticipated Sino-U.S. trade deal weighed on risk sentiment. Indonesian stocks dropped the most in the region after data showed China's industrial output grew significantly slower than expected in October, reinforcing views that long-drawn trade war with United States is taking a toll on the world's second-largest economy. "The latest news added to the sense that the path to any trade deal remains riddled with uncertainties and contributed to the relatively lower market risk appetite," OCBC analysts said in a note.
* China Oct PPI falls most in 3-yrs * Thai shares lead losses * Singapore's DBS Group flags weaker 2020 By Anushka Trivedi Nov 11 (Reuters) - Southeast Asian stock markets edged lower on Monday as uncertainty over whether the United States and China would end their bruising trade war lingered, while data from Beijing brought slowdown fears to the fore. U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday contrasted reports of officials from U.S. and China agreeing to rollback existing tariffs by saying he had not agreed to such a deal, which sparked fresh doubts over whether the two sides would find a segue in their damaging tariff spat. Meanwhile, data showed that China's producer prices, a key indicator of corporate profitability, fell the most in more than three years in October, as the manufacturing sector weakened while consumer prices grew at their fastest pace in about eight years.
* China tariff rollback faces opposition in White House- report * Singapore set for fifth straight weekly gain * Thailand set to post biggest weekly gain in over 1 year By Sameer Manekar Nov 8 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian markets on Friday retreated from the recent risk-on rally, with Singapore falling the most, as sentiment was hit by doubts over Washington's tariff rollback announcement. A Reuters exclusive report of fierce internal opposition in the White House to a possible rollback of U.S. tariffs on China diminished initial optimism over a "phase-one" deal being reached between the two.
* China says agreed with U.S. to cancel tariffs in phases * Philippines Q3 GDP growth better than forecast * Thailand leads gains with a 1% rise By Sameer Manekar Nov 7 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets climbed on Thursday, with Thailand leading the pack with a 1% gain, after China said it agreed with the United States to cancel in phases the tariffs imposed on each others' goods. China's commerce ministry said Washington and Beijing must simultaneously cancel some duties on each others' goods for the two sides to reach a "phase one" trade deal. "The trade war started with tariffs, and should end with the cancellation of tariffs," Gao Feng, a commerce ministry spokesman, told reporters without specifying a timetable.
* Vietnam surges as real estate stocks shine * Indonesian stocks the only weekly loser * Philippine markets closed for holiday By Anushka Trivedi Nov 1 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets retreated on Friday, as investors fled risky assets after China expressed doubts over signing a comprehensive trade deal with the United States, while Vietnam surged buoyed by gains in real estate shares. A Bloomberg report on Thursday said that Chinese officials told visitors to Beijing that it will not budge on the thorniest issues and is concerned about the risk that U.S. President Donald Trump could back out of the interim deal. Malaysian shares followed suit to slip 0.3% amid broad-based losses.
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* Philippines posts worst session in 2 weeks, oil prices weigh * Singapore index down after data shows exports contract in Aug * Most in wait-and-watch mode ahead of Fed meeting By Rashmi Ashok Sept 17 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian markets were subdued on Tuesday, with the Philippine index posting sharp losses as soaring crude prices following attacks on Saudi Arabian facilities put pressure on the importer-nation. The attacks have halved the kingdom's oil output, creating the biggest disruption to global oil supplies in decades, denting investor sentiment in oil-importing nations of the Philippines and Indonesia. After a bout of last-minute buying, which pushed the Philippine index higher just before session's close on Monday, stocks are now tracking regional peers lower, said Charles William Ang, associate analyst, COL Financial Group.
The largest telecom in the planet's fourth largest country lost a few million subscribers year over year but still posted a 5.5% revenue increase.