CK Asset Holdings Ltd (1113.HK)

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23 Aug 2019
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CK Asset Holdings Limited, formerly Cheung Kong Property Holdings Limited is an investment holding company mainly engaged in the property businesses. The Company is involved in the property development, property Investment, hotel and serviced suite operation, property and project management. In addition, the Company is engaged... (more)


Beta: --
Market Cap(Mil.): HK$241,076.91
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 3,697.50
Dividend: 0.42
Yield (%): 2.41


  1113.HK Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 9.82 19.74 19.25
EPS (TTM): 6.64 -- --
ROI: 7.67 7.51 0.44
ROE: 9.12 11.44 15.61

Stimulus hopes drive up European shares for second session

European shares ended higher for a second straight session on Monday on signs that measures would be adopted to prop up growth in major economies, while bond yields rebounded amid improved global sentiment plagued by recession worries. | Video

19 Aug 2019

Hong Kong's CK Asset Holdings to buy British pub operator Greene King

Aug 19 A unit of CK Asset Holdings Ltd , founded by Hong Kong's richest man Li Ka-Shing, on Monday agreed to buy pub operator Greene King Plc for 850 pence per share, excluding the shares it already owns, in a deal that values the company at 2.7 billion pounds.

19 Aug 2019

Hong Kong's CK Asset eyes Avolon, overseas deals in revenue push

HONG KONG Hong Kong property developer CK Asset Holdings is open to bidding for debt-laden HNA Group's stake in Irish aircraft lessor Avolon Holdings if it were put up for sale and is eyeing other overseas deals as it pushes for stable revenue sources.

03 Apr 2019

REFILE-Hong Kong developer CK Asset 2018 net profit rises 33.2 pct

HONG KONG, March 21 Hong Kong property developer CK Asset Holdings Ltd said on Thursday its 2018 net profit rose 33.2 percent, beating forecasts.

21 Mar 2019
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