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ASIA Asia Strategic Holdings Limited

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08 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Asia Strategic Holdings Limited LSE:ASIA London Ordinary Share SG9999015747 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 6.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
5.00 7.00 6.00 6.00 6.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Management Consulting Svcs 17.91M -5.94M -2.0291 -2.96 17.56M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 6.00 USD

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Date Time Title Posts
28/10/201608:19The Far East Thread40
20/8/201309:31Asian Currencies V USD Graphs12
03/7/201308:28ASIA Index Graphs8
09/3/201102:48TEST : technical indicators tested2
05/3/201106:56Large Caps - Top 20 or so-

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Posted at 09/12/2023 08:20 by Asia Strategic Daily Update
Asia Strategic Holdings Limited is listed in the Management Consulting Svcs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ASIA. The last closing price for Asia Strategic was US$6.
Asia Strategic currently has 2,925,920 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Asia Strategic is £17,555,520.
Asia Strategic has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -2.96.
This morning ASIA shares opened at US$6
Posted at 28/10/2016 08:19 by cougar99
"I heard a voice telling me to stop swearing or the plane will crash in mid-air, and so I promised to stop," he told reporters at the airport.

it certainly takes all sorts .....
Posted at 25/9/2016 15:58 by cougar99
One to ponder over a cup of tea .....

Anthem Asia invests in Burmese restaurant Rangoon Tea House
Posted at 24/9/2016 05:07 by cougar99
Private Equity making a strong comeback in Southeast Asia, says iconic investor Mark Mobius
Posted at 20/8/2013 09:31 by tpaulbeaumont
weakness across the board pretty much
Posted at 13/6/2011 05:29 by tpaulbeaumont
tpaulbeaumont - 16 Apr'11 - 03:16 - 3 of 4 edit

Edwood pointed out that NZDUSD has indeed been on quite a tear, well Ive long term Sell signals at 83ish and 92.5 on NZDUSD, and 1.1050 on AUDUSD, with likewise on DXY aroundd 73.25/.50 too.... I think lol :P

New Zealand has been hit by a nasty 5.5 aftershock again, apparently 2 buildings have collapsed in Christchurch, hopefully it wont be as deadly as the first quake. Top tick thus far on NZDUSD however was 0.8301, and on AUDUSD 1.1012, a large 38pips out from my post above. DXY likewise exceeded my Buy price quoted above by an unusually large (by my standards) 0.75%, hitting a recent low of 72.70 before reversing.
Posted at 16/4/2011 09:22 by jon827
nice charts tpb... id never really looked at the Chinese Yuan before. It looks like perfectly normal price action to me, what are all the US politicians complaining about!

New Zealand does look strong, think I'll buy some Sunday night, it looks like a no brainer to me :)
Posted at 30/6/2006 20:17 by don muang
Indian outsourcing giant Wipro eyes Vietnam

Wipro BPO, an Indian business process outsourcing provider, is planning to start a new center in Vietnam, making the company the latest to join a long list of companies exploring cheaper destinations to cut costs.
After Romania, this is the second global destination that the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) provider will be setting up operations in.

While the company angles for large outsourcing projects, it believes a global footprint will help it achieve this.

"When you talk about an overall package, India is still the most cost-effective but we would like to be a full service provider with a global footprint," Wipro BPO chief financial officer Manish Dugar said.

Companies that have already taken the Wipro route, include ICICI OneSource, announcing its decision to explore China and Vietnam, IBM Daksh, having a presence in the Philippines, Genpact setting up a base in China and similarly, two BPOs, WNS, Quatrro and Office Tiger having a center each in Sri Lanka.

Wipro BPO plans to introduce its existing clients to the new site in Vietnam and then attract new customers there as well.

Most BPO companies are foraying into locations in Asia for cost benefits centered on people or infrastructure while the European forays have more to do with developing multi-lingual capabilities and expanding on the near-shore and offshore models.

According to industry experts, another reason for BPO service providers to look at cheap locations outside India is because India's tax advantage disappears in '09, while in countries such as Malaysia, China, Vietnam and the Philippines, it is valid for another 10 years.

Source: India Times

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Published: 30 June, 2006, 20:50:08 (GMT+7)
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Posted at 23/6/2006 22:43 by don muang
China, India moving ahead of the pack

A recent study predicts the US, China and India will together account for more than 50% of global economic growth between 2005 and 2020, with Asia's overall share of the world economy rising from 35% to 43%.
Posted at 23/6/2006 22:39 by don muang
Asian Highway network gathers speed

The monumental Asian Highway network, which will weave through 32 countries and link Asia with Europe, is making progress, with a section in Vietnam the latest to be finished. While many issues such as customs procedures remain to be addressed, the completed system could well become more important than its Silk Road ancestor.
Posted at 10/2/2006 13:38 by hectorp
Pity there is not more interest, I'd like to have a thread where we could discuss Asia markets. Of course there are JAP and CHIN threads but I am equally interested in the surrounding countries.
I hold a lot of FASW warrants from last week, which could do very well by the summer if the Asian markets condinue to slowly advance.
Asia Strategic share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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