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Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SNGNF)

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1.8020+0.0370 (+2.10%)
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Previous close1.7650
Open1.8350
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's range1.8020 - 1.8900
52-week range1.4400 - 2.5500
Volume4,461
Avg. volume44,650
Market cap29.841B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.63
PE ratio (TTM)12.51
EPS (TTM)0.1440
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.08 (4.28%)
Ex-dividend date25 Nov 2020
1y target estN/A
  • Singtel Seen Committing $440 Million to Grab Digibank Venture
    Bloomberg

    Singtel Seen Committing $440 Million to Grab Digibank Venture

    (Bloomberg) -- Singapore Telecommunications Ltd. might have to commit more than S$600 million ($440 million) to its joint venture with Grab Holdings Inc. that wants to start a digital bank in Singapore, according to DBS Group Holdings Ltd.The venture “is a strong candidate for a full digital banking license,” DBS analyst Sachin Mittal wrote in the report published Tuesday. Singtel may need to make the investment over the “long term,” he said.The Monetary Authority of Singapore plans to award as many as five permits by the end of this year, including two for full digital banks for consumers -- the category that the Grab-Singtel venture has applied for.The Grab-Singtel consortium has the potential to win a 2% to 4% share of the local consumer market excluding mortgages in five years, and may break even over a similar time frame, Mittal said. Singtel, majority owned by state-owned investor Temasek Holdings Pte., should be able to build trust among its customers and take in bank deposits, he said.A spokeswoman for Singtel declined to comment.Grab holds a 60% stake in the digital bank venture, and the remainder is owned by Singtel. The group hired Charles Wong, a 20-year veteran at Citigroup Inc. in Singapore, for the venture earlier this year.Other contenders for the full-bank permits are Sea Ltd., which is backed by Tencent Holdings Ltd., a consortium led by Razer Inc., another involving V3 Group Ltd., and a venture between Singapura Finance and Matchmove Ltd., according to the report.Read why Singapore sees strong interest in digital bank licensesSingtel has a subscriber base of 4.3 million as of June while Grab has more than 187 million users across Southeast Asia, according to DBS.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Singtel shares jump as company picks insider as CEO to tackle sector slump
    Reuters

    Singtel shares jump as company picks insider as CEO to tackle sector slump

    Shares in Singapore Telecommunications jumped by the most in four months after Southeast Asia's biggest telecoms firm appointed an insider as its new group CEO during a weak outlook for the industry. Singtel said on Thursday its board chose Yuen Kuan Moon, the CEO of its Singapore consumer business, to replace Chua Sock Koong, 63, who will retire after 13 years at the helm. Citi analysts said Yuen's transition to his new role should be seen positively.

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    FX Empire

    Aussie Shares Set to Snap Three-Day Losing Streak; TSE Suspends Trading

    Australian shares rose as easing restrictions in major Australian states restored confidence in riskier assets.