S68.SI - Singapore Exchange Limited

SES - SES Delayed price. Currency in SGD
7.64
-0.04 (-0.52%)
At close: 5:04PM SGT
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Previous close7.68
Open7.68
Bid7.64 x 0
Ask7.65 x 0
Day's range7.62 - 7.69
52-week range6.96 - 7.82
Volume1,277,300
Avg. volume1,526,776
Market cap8.18B
Beta1.24
PE ratio (TTM)24.18
EPS (TTM)0.32
Earnings date25 Oct 2017
Forward Dividend & Yield0.14 (2.61%)
Ex-dividend date2017-01-25
1y target est7.96
  • Reutersyesterday

    Nasdaq, SGX in pact to woo firms interested in listing on both boards

    The tie-up, which comes as the two exchanges grapple with a decline in new listings, would help Asian companies first list in Singapore as a springboard and then ease smoothly to the Nasdaq as they expand globally. "This would be a very good East-West bridge for companies at different stages of growth to accelerate going public by choosing Singapore first or if they want to have a dual class regime, go to the U.S. but still have a secondary listing in Singapore concurrently," Chew Sutat, head of equities and fixed income at SGX, said in an interview. While global IPO volumes have jumped about 32 percent to $126.3 billion so far in 2017, according to Thomson Reuters data, much of that business is going to exchanges in China and the New York Stock Exchange.

  • Nasdaq, SGX in pact to woo firms interested in listing on both boards
    Reutersyesterday

    Nasdaq, SGX in pact to woo firms interested in listing on both boards

    The tie-up, which comes as the two exchanges grapple with a decline in new listings, would help Asian companies first list in Singapore as a springboard and then ease smoothly to the Nasdaq as they expand globally. "This would be a very good East-West bridge for companies at different stages of growth to accelerate going public by choosing Singapore first or if they want to have a dual class regime, go to the U.S. but still have a secondary listing in Singapore concurrently," Chew Sutat, head of equities and fixed income at SGX, said in an interview. While global IPO volumes have jumped about 32 percent to $126.3 billion so far in 2017, according to Thomson Reuters data, much of that business is going to exchanges in China and the New York Stock Exchange.

  • Nasdaq, Singapore Exchange sign pact for collaborative listings
    Reuters2 days ago

    Nasdaq, Singapore Exchange sign pact for collaborative listings

    Singapore Exchange Ltd and Nasdaq Inc announced a pact on Wednesday that will allow firms to tap the capital markets possibly simultaneously under the two exchange operators' namesake exchanges. The tie-up ...

  • Bloomberg8 days ago

    Southeast Asian Stock Markets Quietly Kill Their Trading Link

    A system that connected stock markets in Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand has closed down, five years after its high-profile debut.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    London's Baltic Exchange to close ship futures platform Baltex

    The Baltic Exchange will close its freight derivatives platform Baltex at the end of the year after a review, the London-run business said on Monday. Baltex was launched by the centuries-old Baltic Exchange in June 2011 as the first central electronic marketplace for freight forward agreements (FFA), which allow investors to take positions on freight rates at a point in the future. "Despite Baltex's closure, the Baltic Exchange remains at the centre of the global FFA market and is steadfast in its support of it," Baltic Exchange's Chief Executive Mark Jackson said in a statement.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    LME favourite to clear for new base metals platform NFEx -sources

    The London Metal Exchange is the favourite to clear trades for the new base metals platform NFEx as it would be the most efficient option for those wanting to use both venues, sources familiar with the matter said. The new exchange, which will offer trading in base metals such as copper and aluminium, is aiming to go live by the end of the first quarter of 2018 with contracts that mimic the LME's. NFEx is talking to the LME, Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE: ICE - news) , SGX and CME Group (Kuala Lumpur: 7018.KL - news) , sources said.

  • Noble shares surge as much as 38 percent on volume jump
    CNBC3 months ago

    Noble shares surge as much as 38 percent on volume jump

    Troubled commodity trader Noble saw its shares surge on Thursday, but it wasn’t clear what drove the sudden rush into the beaten down stock.

  • One of the 'fastest growing' investment products in Europe is about to invade Asia
    CNBC4 months ago

    One of the 'fastest growing' investment products in Europe is about to invade Asia

    French bank Societe Generale has teamed up with the Singapore Exchange to introduce one of Europe's "fastest growing" trading products into Asia.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Baltic Exchange exploring new freight indexes for grains

    The Baltic Exchange is looking into launching freight indexes for grains and liquefied natural gas (LNG) as the London-run business targets new markets after its acquisition by Singapore Exchange last year, the Baltic's chief executive said. Founded in 1744 as a forum for chartering vessels, the Baltic Exchange now produces benchmark indexes for global shipping rates and owns a trading platform for the multi-billion dollar freight derivatives market. SGX's ownership of the Baltic has enabled the exchange to set its sights on developing new areas, especially in Asia - a region which is set to drive seaborne trade going forward, the Baltic's CEO Mark Jackson told Reuters.

  • Singapore Exchange goes after tech start-ups to boost appeal as a listing destination
    CNBC5 months ago

    Singapore Exchange goes after tech start-ups to boost appeal as a listing destination

    Singapore Exchange is gunning for more tech IPOs to alter perception that it is an attractive listing destination only for REITs.

  • China's wild futures trading is opening up a major opportunity for exchanges abroad
    CNBC5 months ago

    China's wild futures trading is opening up a major opportunity for exchanges abroad

    Chaotic trade in Chinese commodity futures is offering new opportunities for international exchanges that are trying to get raw material traders to manage their risks.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    German lawmaker warns U.S. exchanges against Deutsche Boerse bids

    U.S. stock exchanges should not attempt to buy Deutsche Boerse (IOB: 0H3T.IL - news) , the German exchange whose bid to merge with its London counterpart has just collapsed, a senior German politician said on Thursday. "Deutsche Boerse is not only a private company but it also has state responsibilities," Thomas Schaefer, finance minister for the German state of Hesse, told reporters. "The stock exchange authorities of Germany have to guarantee that if there is a change of owner, it has to guarantee that business has to continue uninterrupted as normal and it doesn't matter who makes an offer," Schaefer said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 months ago

    Singapore Exchange completes takeover of London's Baltic Exchange

    Singapore Exchange has completed its takeover of the privately-owned Baltic Exchange, sealing an 87 million pound ($108 million) deal for one of London's oldest institutions, the groups said on Tuesday. SGX's offer also comes as the global shipping industry is struggling with its deepest downturn. "The acquisition ... has been completed today as planned, bringing together complementary strengths of Singapore and London, two of the world's most important maritime centres," the two said in a joint statement.

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