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Jardine Matheson Holdings Ltd (JARD.SI)

JARD.SI on Stock Exchange of Singapore

63.70USD
21 Mar 2019
Change (% chg)

$0.43 (+0.68%)
Prev Close
$63.27
Open
$63.42
Day's High
$63.72
Day's Low
$63.35
Volume
207,900
Avg. Vol
249,219
52-wk High
$72.05
52-wk Low
$10.99

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Jardine Matheson Holdings FY Profit Attributable $1,732 Mln
Thursday, 28 Feb 2019 

Feb 28 (Reuters) - Jardine Matheson Holdings Ltd ::FY PROFIT ATTRIBUTABLE TO SHAREHOLDERS $ 1,732 MILLION VERSUS $3,943 MILLION.FY REVENUE $42,527 MILLION VERSUS $38,748 MILLION.EXPECT GROUP TO FACE MORE CHALLENGING CONDITIONS IN 2019.BOARD IS RECOMMENDING A FINAL DIVIDEND OF US$1.28 PER SHARE.  Full Article

Jardine Matheson Says Ben Keswick Elected As Chairman Of Yonghui Superstores
Thursday, 20 Dec 2018 

Dec 20 (Reuters) - Jardine Matheson Holdings Ltd :BEN KESWICK MD OF CO ELECTED AS CHAIRMAN OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF YONGHUI SUPERSTORES.  Full Article

Jardine Matheson Says Henry Keswick Will Be Retiring As Chairman
Monday, 1 Oct 2018 

Oct 1 (Reuters) - Jardine Matheson Holdings Ltd ::BEN KESWICK WILL REPLACE HENRY AS EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN OF COMPANY.HENRY KESWICK, ON REACHING HIS 80TH BIRTHDAY, WILL BE RETIRING FROM BOARD FROM HIS POSITION OF CHAIRMAN.BEN KESWICK WILL CONTINUE IN HIS ROLE AS MANAGING DIRECTOR.  Full Article

Jardine Matheson Holdings Posts H1 Profit Attributable Of $928 Mln
Friday, 27 Jul 2018 

July 27 (Reuters) - Jardine Matheson Holdings Ltd ::H1 REVENUE $21,327 MILLION VERSUS $18,783 MILLION.H1 PROFIT ATTRIBUTABLE $928 MILLION VERSUS $2,174 MILLION.INTERIM DIVIDEND OF US¢42.00 PER SHARE WILL BE PAYABLE ON 10TH OCTOBER ."OPTIMISTIC FOR A STRONGER SECOND HALF OF YEAR".  Full Article

SE Asia Stocks-Most subdued ahead of cenbanks' policy decisions; Indonesia drags

* Thailand on track to snap three sessions of losses * Malaysia February inflation expected to fall * Singapore set to snap three sessions of gains By Shreya Mariam Job March 19 Most Southeast Asian stock markets were subdued in thin trading on Tuesday, with Indonesia falling the most, as investors remained on sidelines ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve policy meeting, and policy decisions by some regional central banks. The Federal Reserve is likely to hold