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DBS Group

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-$1.52 (-1.98%) Today
+$0.29 (0.38%) After Hours

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About

Dbs Group Holdings Ltd Ord American Depositary Shares, also called DBS Group, is an investment company, which engages in the provision of retail, small and medium-sized enterprise, corporate, and investment banking services. It operates through the following business segments: Consumer Banking/Wealth Management, Institutional Banking, Treasury Markets, and Others. Read More The Consumer Banking/Wealth Management segment provides services including current and savings accounts, fixed deposits, loans and home finance, cards, payments, investment, and insurance products. The Institutional Banking segment offers financial services and products to institutional clients. The Treasury Markets segment deals with structuring, market-making, and trading across a broad range of treasury products. The Others segment covers activities from corporate decisions and income; and expenses not attributed to the business segments described. The company was founded in 1968 and is headquartered in Singapore. DBSDY is listed on the Pink Current market tier. OTC market data is provided by OTC Markets Group, Inc (otcmarkets.com).

Employees
26,000
Headquarters
Singapore, Central Singapore
Founded
1968
Market Cap
48.03B
Price-Earnings Ratio
11.40
Dividend Yield
4.94
Average Volume
53.48K
High Today
$75.61
Low Today
$74.55
Open Price
$75.47
Volume
87.97K
52 Week High
$88.22
52 Week Low
$65.14

Collections

Finance
Banking
Investment Services
Retail
Investment Banking
Payments
Insurance
Asia (Non-China)

News

ReutersMay 13

SE Asia Stocks-Most end weaker as U.S.-China trade rift deepens

* China yet to retaliate to Trump's tariff hike * Singapore is top drag in the region * Vietnam ends marginally higher By Nikhil Subba May 13 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets closed lower on Monday, as investors took a cautious stance fearing flare-up in the Sino-U.S. trade negotiations, while anxiety over a possible retaliation by Beijing kept sentiment fragile.

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Nikkei Asian ReviewMay 8

Singapore banks move to end Southeast Asia's coal addiction

SINGAPORE -- A push to end Southeast Asia's addiction to fossil fuels is gathering pace after the region's two biggest banks said they would stop funding coal-fired power plants.

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Seeking AlphaMay 7

DBS Group Executing Well, But Caught Up In U.S. Rate And U.S.-China Concerns

DBS Group is doing its part from an operational perspective, but worries about future U.S. rate cuts and renewed trade tension between the U.S. and China is hitting sentiment.

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