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WLIL

WILMAR INTL
WLIL.SI
Last Price
0.00
GMT / 17 JUL 2019
Value Change [%]
0.00
[(0.00%)]
Volume
00
Open
0.00
Day's High
0.00
Year's High
3.87
Previous Close
3.87
Day's Low
0.00
Year's Low
2.97
Earnings Per Share
0.26
P/E Ratio
14.78
Lot Size
100
Div. Yield (%)
2.71
Dividend
0.11
Div. Pay Date
16 MAY 2019
Ex-Div. Date
06 MAY 2019
Last Trade
0.00
Last Trade Time (GMT)
Last Trade 2
0.00
Last Trade 3
0.00
Volume
00
Turnover
00
Bid
3.86
Bid Size
13,000
Ask
3.88
Ask Size
87,000
Close Bid
3.87
Close Ask
3.88
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Wilmar International Limited is engaged in the provision of management services. It operates in seven segments: palm and laurics, comprising the merchandising and processing of palm oil and laurics; oilseeds and grains segment, comprising the merchandising and processing of edible oils, oilseeds and grains; consumer products, which comprises packaging and sales of consumer pack edible oils, rice, flour and grains; plantation and palm oil mills, which comprises oil palm cultivation and milling, and milling segment, which comprises milling of sugarcane to produce raw sugar and by-products, such as molasses. In May 2012, it established Wilmar Switzerland SARL; increased its interest in Natalie Shipping Co Pte. Ltd. to 100%, and Wilmar Europe Holdings B.V. transferred its interest in Wilmar America Inc. In June 2012, the Company established Biochim SA Yihai (Lianyungang) Speciality Fats Industries Co., Ltd, PT Wilmar Air Indonesia and Piermont Holdings Limited.

  • Market News
UPDATE 1-Wilmar seen buying smallest ICE October sugar delivery in 8 years - traders
30 September 2019
source: reuters.com
 (Updates with prices, details)
    NEW YORK, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Singapore agribusiness Wilmar
International  WLIL.SI  was seen the sole buyer of about 175,000
tonnes, or 3,439 lots, of raw sugar to be delivered against the
ICE Futures U.S. contract that expired on Monday, four traders
said.
    That would be the smallest physical delivery of raw sugar
against an ICE October contact since 2011, according to exchange
data compiled by Reuters. The sugar, worth about $46 million
based on Monday's closing price, was expected from origins in
Central America, three of traders said. 
    The small expiry and absence of sugar from Brazil were
"supportive" to prices, one of the dealers said. Cane millers in
the world's top exporter have been focusing on producing
ethanol, rather than sugar, from their cane due to relative
higher pricing.
    The exchange was expected to publish official data on the
delivery on Tuesday. A spokesperson for Wilmar did not respond
immediately to request for comment.
    The October contract  SBV9  settled up 3.4% at 11.92 cents
per lb, a discount of 0.73 cent to the most-active March
contract  SBH0 . Nearby supplies in the cash market are
available, though the market is moving toward a deficit in the
upcoming crop year, the traders said.
    
    

 (Reporting by Chris Prentice)
 ((christine.prentice@thomsonreuters.com; +1(646) 223 6136;
Reuters Messaging:
christine.prentice.thomsonreuters@reuters.net))
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