0242.HK - Shun Tak Holdings Limited

HKSE - HKSE Delayed Price. Currency in HKD
3.190
-0.060 (-1.846%)
At close: 4:08PM HKT
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Previous close3.250
Open3.200
Bid3.180 x 0
Ask3.190 x 0
Day's range3.180 - 3.240
52-week range2.690 - 3.950
Volume564,500
Avg. volume3,452,332
Market cap9.669B
Beta0.91
PE ratio (TTM)6.69
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.12 (3.76%)
Ex-dividend date2018-07-04
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters8 days ago

    Macau gambling king Stanley Ho to retire as SJM's chairman

    Macau gambling king Stanley Ho, one of Asia's richest men, will retire as chairman of SJM Holdings at the forthcoming Annual General Meeting on June 12, the casino operator said in a filing to the Hong Kong bourse late on Thursday. Ho, 96, will stay on as Chairman Emeritus to the company. "Dr. Ho has justifiably been acknowledged as the founding father of Macau's gaming industry, which has for some time been the largest in the world in terms of revenue," SJM said.

  • Reuters25 days ago

    BRIEF-Shun Tak Holdings Posts FY Profit Attributable Of HK$1.45 Bln

    March 27 (Reuters) - Shun Tak Holdings Ltd: * RECOMMENDED A FINAL DIVIDEND OF HK6.0 CENTS PER SHARE * FY ‍REVENUE HK$6.39 BILLION VERSUS HK$3.85 BILLION * FY‍ PROFIT ATTRIBUTABLE HK$1.45 BILLION VERSUS ...

  • Reuters4 months ago

    HK's Shun Tak in JV to invest up to $1.2 bln in China healthcare

    Shun Tak Holdings Ltd said it would team up with Perennial Real Estate Holdings Ltd and other firms in Singapore and Thailand to jointly invest up to $1.2 billion in healthcare-related property projects in China. Perennial will hold 45 percent of the joint venture, Shun Tak 30 percent, Bangkok Bank 10 percent, and the rest will be held by four other firms, the Hong Kong-based property-to-transportation group said in a filing late on Wednesday. The JV, which may see its total committed capital increase to $1.2 billion from an initial $500 million, will invest in potential healthcare-related real estate projects, with hotel and retails components, located in provincial capital cities in China that have high-speed rail connectivity.