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United Overseas Bank Ltd (UOBH.SI)

UOBH.SI on Stock Exchange of Singapore

26.22SGD
20 Jun 2019
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SE Asia Stocks-Singapore slides to near 5-month low; Malaysia extends gains

* Indonesian market closed for holiday * Philippines hits over 3-week closing high * Thai economy expected to grow faster in Q2 - finance ministry By Shreya Mariam Job May 30 Singapore shares extended falls on Thursday to a near five-month closing low with financials leading the decline, while Malaysian stocks closed higher for a fourth straight session. Broader Asia tracked Wall Street losses as fears of a prolonged trade war between the United States and C

SE Asia Stocks-Most rise on strong U.S. and China data; Singapore outperforms

* Financials lead rally in Singapore, Indonesia * Investors now eye China factory data, Fed meet By Aditya Soni April 29 Most Southeast Asian stock markets rose on Monday, in line with broader Asia, as investors cheered upbeat economic data from the United States and China, with Singapore closing at a near 11-month high after DBS Group posted a record quarterly profit. The MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan gained 0.38 percent as concerns

SE Asia Stocks-Muted; eyes on trade talks, U.S. job data

* Trump said trade deal with China might be out in 4 weeks * Singapore posts biggest weekly gain in 12 weeks * Philippine inflation eases, interest rate cut expected By Shreya Mariam Job April 5 Southeast Asian stock markets were rangebound on Friday as mixed reports about progress on a trade deal between Washington and Beijing left investors cautious about taking on more risk. U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday said the United States and China were cl

SE Asia Stocks-Most fall on trade deal uncertainty

* Singapore, Thailand slip after disappointing factory data * Vietnam stocks fall, snap six straight sessions of gains By Shriya Ramakrishnan Feb 26 Most Southeast Asian stock markets fell on Tuesday, in line with broader Asia, as investors waited to see if the United States and China could clinch a trade deal. U.S. President Donald Trump said on Sunday he would delay a tariff hike on $200 billion of Chinese imports in the clearest sign yet that both sides were

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