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BMRI

BANK MANDIRI TBK
BMRI.JK
Last Price
7,450.00
09:14 GMT / 22 MAR 2019
Value Change [%]
-50.00
[(-0.67%)]
Volume
41,897,100
Open
7,475.00
Day's High
7,500.00
Year's High
8,250.00
Previous Close
7,500.00
Day's Low
7,425.00
Year's Low
6,175.00
Earnings Per Share
536.04
P/E Ratio
13.99
Lot Size
100
Div. Yield (%)
2.65
Dividend
199.03
Div. Pay Date
20 APR 2018
Ex-Div. Date
29 MAR 2018
Last Trade
7450.00
Last Trade Time (GMT)
09:14
Last Trade 2
7425.00
Last Trade 3
7450.00
Volume
41,897,100
Turnover
312,168,165
Bid
7425.00
Bid Size
65,900
Ask
7450.00
Ask Size
924,900
Close Bid
7425.00
Close Ask
7450.00
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Reuters Insider - Asia Insight: Chinese carriers, suspend use of Boeing 737 MAX 8 after Ethiopian crash
11 March 2019
source: reuters.com
Click the following link to watch video: https://share.insider.thomsonreuters.com/link?entryId=1_32sh3c6s&referenceId=1_32sh3c6s&pageId=ReutersNews
Source: Reuters Insider

Description: China's aviation regulator has grounded nearly 100 Boeing 737 MAX
8 aircraft operated by its airlines, more than a quarter of the global fleet
of the jets, after a deadly crash of one of the planes in Ethiopia.
Short Link: https://reut.rs/2VQ2baU

Video Transcript:

Hello and welcome to your Asia Insight. I am Angeline Ong. China's aviation
regulator has grounded the country's entire fleet of 737 MAX 8 aircraft. It
follows the deadly crash of one of the type in Ethiopia. The plane is the same
model as the Lion Air Jet that crashed in October, killing all 189 passengers
and crew. Chinese carriers operate a quarter of the global fleet, around 96
aircraft. Operators include Air China, China Eastern, China Southern, and
Hainan Airlines. Now China's factory-gate inflation slowed for the eighth
straight month in February to its weakest pace since September 2016. But new
surprises 0.1%, raising concerns the world's second biggest economy may see
the return of deflation. Trade data on Friday alarmed the markets, pointing to
a collapse in exports and a sharp softening of domestic demand. Adding to the
alarm about the state of the global economy were figures showing US jobs
growth ground to a virtual halt during February. Now Asian shares inched
higher as Chinese markets rebounded on hopes of more policy support for the
slowing economy. China's blue chip CSI 300 staged a recovery after Friday's 4%
fall. MSCI's index of shares outside Japan also gained, bearing in part
Friday's 1.6% fall with the second biggest decline so far this year. And after
four sessions of declines last week, the Nikkei gained around half a
percentage point. Now the chances of recession have faded enough for emerging
market investors to plough billions of dollars into Asian stock markets but
not enough to buy shares in the region's banks. After year-long selloff,
stocks in Asian banks are languishing at multi-year lows. MSCI's index of
Asian banks outside Japan trades at a price-to-book ratio of 0.9. That's lower
than it was during financial crisis in 1997, 2001, and in 2008. Even so, there
are some outliers. Investors see value in Indonesia's Bank Mandiri, which has
risen 33% since 2015, outperforming the broader Jakarta Index. Singapore's DBS
is up by a quarter and four years, having defied a fall in Singapore markets.
Now let's take a look at some other companies in the news then and Nissan's
ousted boss, Carlos Ghosn, wants to attend the company's board meeting on
Tuesday. It sets him up to face off against colleagues he has accused of
orchestrating a boardroom coup. If the court approves Ghosn's participation,
sources say Nissan would probably allow him to dial in by teleconference. UBS
and Standard Chartered have agreed to settle a case of alleged misconduct
related to a 2009 IPO in Hong Kong. The two banks were sanctioned for their
role in the initial public offering of a Chinese timber firm that went bust.
Japan Airlines has launched its low-cost unit, Zipair. It will connect Narita
Airport near Tokyo with Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi and Incheon in Seoul next year.
The airlines says it aims to eventually offer trans-Pacific and European
flights as well. JAL says Zipair will return a profit within two years. The
Philippine Central Bank has opened the door to easier money. Its newly
appointed chief says there's room to ease policy, given a cooling in
inflation. But Benjamin Diokno warns that any such action would depend on how
the economy fares. He also says he would reduce the bank's reserve ratio
requirements which he believes are too high. Diokno was appointed by President
Duterte and was previously his budget secretary.

I think you can beat the decelerating inflation in the Philippines. There is
an opportunity for monetary easing but as I said, that would be dependent on
the data that will be given to us by our technical staff here.

And that's it from your Asia Insight. I'm Angeline Ong and this is Reuters.
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