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Singapore Airlines Limited (SINGY)

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7.44-0.03 (-0.40%)
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Previous close7.47
Open7.45
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range7.40 - 7.49
52-week range5.96 - 8.71
Volume19,906
Avg. volume49,682
Market cap11.039B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.00
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.82
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date21 Jun 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Bloomberg

    Singapore Air Sells $600 Million Bond at Discount to Peers

    (Bloomberg) -- Singapore Airlines Ltd. became the first carrier to tap the debt market for dollars in 2022, raising funds at a discount to peers thanks to its government backing.Most Read from BloombergCannabis Compounds Prevented Covid Infection in Laboratory StudyFrequent Boosters Spur Warning on Immune ResponseSay Goodbye to Self-Isolating, WFH Mandates, Mass TestingEurope Slowly Starts to Consider Treating Covid Like the FluJ&J Vaccine Gets Additional Warning on Bleeding Side EffectThe flag

  • Reuters

    Singapore Airlines raises $600 million in U.S. dollar bond deal

    The seven-year notes, its second U.S. dollar bond offering, have a coupon of 3.375%. The Singapore government last month froze the sale of tickets for arriving flights under its quarantine-free travel programme for four weeks, citing the risk from the fast-spreading Omicron COVID-19 variant.

  • Reuters

    Singapore Airlines backs new Airbus A350 freighter

    Singapore Airlines (SIA) has thrown its weight behind efforts by Airbus to penetrate the booming air cargo market, signing a provisional deal to buy seven A350 freighters and become the first major airline operator of the plane. The backing from a blue-chip Asian carrier is a fillip for the European planemaker's efforts to break into a lucrative niche long dominated by its U.S. archrival Boeing. A letter of intent includes a quid pro quo, however, allowing the airline to swap part of the order for 15 A320neo jetliners and two A350-900 passenger versions that it had previously ordered from Airbus and remain to be delivered. Those 17 planes had a list value of $2.3 billion when Airbus last published prices in 2018, roughly the same price as the estimated value of the freighters.