Finance
Banking
Retail

United Overseas Bank

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-$0.27 (-0.72%) Today
$0.00 (0.00%) After Hours

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About

United Overseas Bank Ltd. (Singapore) engages in the provision of financial services. Read More It operates through the following segments: Group Retail (GR); Group Wholesale Banking (GWB); Global Markets (GM); and Others. The GR segment provides customers with financial solutions. The GWB segment offers tailored financial solutions, services and sector insights. The GM segment manages the bank's liquidity, investments, and market making financial instruments. The Others segment covers non-banking activities and corporate functions. The company was founded by Wee Kheng Chiang on August 6, 1935 and is headquartered in Singapore. UOVEY is listed on the Pink Current market tier. OTC market data is provided by OTC Markets Group, Inc (otcmarkets.com).

Employees
26,153
Headquarters
Singapore, South East
Founded
1935
Market Cap
30.44B
Price-Earnings Ratio
10.13
Dividend Yield
4.90
Average Volume
56.15K
High Today
$36.82
Low Today
$36.07
Open Price
$36.82
Volume
24.00K
52 Week High
$44.38
52 Week Low
$33.70

Collections

Finance
Banking
Retail
Asia (Non-China)
Asia

News

Seeking AlphaMay 1

United Overseas Bank: A Near 4.5% Yielder For Dividend Investors To Consider

Singapore’s major three major banks have long been considered to be among the safest banks in the world. There have, however, been some concerns over increased NPL formation in recent months and reduced opportunities for NIM expansion. Notwithstanding these concerns the major banks in Singapore, like United Overseas Bank Ltd. (OTCPK:UOVEF), seem well positioned to weather short term headwinds given its strong capital position. UOB also offers an attractive yield of close to 4.5%. Macro-environment, Capital...

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The Straits TimesApr 13

STI adds 0.3% in week of range-bound trading

This week's trading in Singapore was one characterised by market watchers as largely range-bound. The Straits Times Index (STI) had either made small gains or losses, and at the week's close eked out a 9.34 point or 0.3 per cent gain from the previous Friday's close of 3,322.64. Yesterday, trading opened following a lacklustre US session and lower-than-expected advance first-quarter estimates for the Singapore economy. But while the blue-chip index managed to improve later in the session, possibly due to ...

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