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- Open $12.06
- Day Range 12.02 - 12.15
- 52 Week Range 10.98 - 13.54
- Market Cap $54.02B
- Shares Outstanding 4.51B
- Public Float 3.26B
- Beta N/A
- Rev. per Employee $1.098M
- P/E Ratio 10.86
- EPS $1.12
- Yield 4.61%
- Dividend $0.28
- Ex-Dividend Date Aug 12, 2022
- Short Interest N/A
- % of Float Shorted N/A
- Average Volume 5M
China's factory activity slows slightly in April
BEIJING--China's factory activity slowed a tick in April due to weakening demand that economists said is clouding the economic outlook along with trade tensions with the U.S. The official manufacturing purchasing managers ...
DBS has no interest in Standard Chartered
HONG KONG--DBS Group Holdings Ltd., Southeast Asia's largest bank by assets, isn't interested in acquiring parts or all of U.K.-based lender Standard Chartered PLC, DBS Chief Executive Officer Piyush Gupta said in an inter...
OCBC to buy Barclays's Singapore, Hong Kong units
SINGAPORE--Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. (O39.SG) said Thursday its private-banking unit has signed a deal to buy Barclays PLC's (BCS) wealth and investment management business in Singapore and Hong Kong for US$320 million...
Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp profit surges 21%
SINGAPORE--Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. Ltd. (O39.SG) said Wednesday its fourth-quarter net profit rose 21.4%, as both interest and non-interest income rose. Net profit in the October-December quarter was 960 million Sing...
Singapore designates 7 banks as SIFIs
Singapore's central bank Thursday named seven local and international banks that it considers "systemically important" to the island nation and said that it would increase supervision of them. The banks named by the Moneta...
China bank data point to capital outflows in Jan.
Despite a record trade surplus and a steady inflow of investment capital, China's banks posted net sales of foreign exchange in January, suggesting that capital was flowing out of the country during the month.
OCBC to raise $2.7 billion in rights issue
SINGAPORE-- Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. plans to raise 3.32 billion Singapore dollars (US$2.7 billion) in a rights issue that will partly finance its recent multibillion-dollar purchase of a Hong Kong bank.
Singapore's OCBC posts sharp profit gain
SINGAPORE-- Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. on Tuesday said second-quarter net profit rose 54% due to higher interest and noninterest income. Net profit in the April-to-June quarter rose to 921 million Singapore dollars ($73...
Singapore's OCBC posts 29% jump in net profit
SINGAPORE--Singapore's Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. (O39.SG) said on Wednesday its first-quarter net profit rose 29% from a year earlier, driven by strong growth across the board in its customer-related businesses.
Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. Ltd.
Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. Ltd. engages in the provision of financial and banking services. It operates through the following business segments: Global Consumer or Private Banking, Global Wholesale Banking, Global Treasury & Markets, Insurance, and Others. The Global Consumer or Private Banking segment offers checking accounts, fixed deposits, savings, consumer loans, credit cards, wealth management products, and brokerage services. The Global Wholesale Banking segment provides a range of financing solutions including long-term project financing, short-term credit, working capital and trade financing, as well as customized and structured equity-linked financing. The Global Treasury and Markets segment deals with foreign exchange rates, money market, fixed income and derivatives trading, and structured treasury products. The Insurance segment offers fund management, as well as life and general insurance. The Others segment includes property and investment holding operations. The company was founded in 1932 and is headquartered in Singapore.
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