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Noble Group Limited (N21.SI)


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0.14-0.00 (-2.05%)
At close: 5:04PM SGT
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Previous Close0.15
Open0.15
Bid0.14 x
Ask0.14 x
Day's Range0.14 - 0.15
52 Week Range0.11 - 0.35
Volume68,653,100
Avg. Volume143,119,213
Market Cap1.88B
Beta1.67
PE Ratio (TTM)-143.00
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters24 days ago

    After Australian cyclone, coking coal spikes as China chases U.S. supplies

    SINGAPORE/WASHINGTON, April 5 (Reuters) - China, the world's biggest coking coal importer, is scrambling to cover Australian supply disruptions after Cyclone Debbie knocked out mines and rails by turning to an unusual source: the United States. Debbie, which hit Australia's Queensland state last week, caused the evacuation of several mines and damaged coal trains supplying export terminals, triggering two miners - Yancoal Australia and QCoal - to declare force majeure on its deliveries.

  • Reuters - UK Focus24 days ago

    After Cyclone Debbie, China replaces Australian coal with U.S. cargoes

    China, the world's biggest coking coal importer, is scrambling to cover Australian supply disruptions after Cyclone Debbie knocked out mines and rails by turning to an unusual source: the United States. Debbie, which hit Australia's Queensland state last week, caused the evacuation of several mines and damaged coal trains supplying export terminals, triggering two miners - Yancoal Australia and QCoal - to declare force majeure on its deliveries.

  • Reuters24 days ago

    After Cyclone Debbie, China replaces Australian coal with U.S. cargoes

    China, the world's biggest coking coal importer, is scrambling to cover Australian supply disruptions after Cyclone Debbie knocked out mines and rails by turning to an unusual source: the United States. Debbie, which hit Australia's Queensland state last week, caused the evacuation of several mines and damaged coal trains supplying export terminals, triggering two miners - Yancoal Australia and QCoal - to declare force majeure on its deliveries.