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Shanghai New World Co., Ltd (600628.SS)

Shanghai - Shanghai Delayed Price. Currency in CNY
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7.43+0.01 (+0.13%)
As of 11:26AM CST. Market open.
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Previous close7.42
Open7.42
Bid7.42 x 0
Ask7.43 x 0
Day's range7.42 - 7.46
52-week range7.17 - 9.35
Volume629,900
Avg. volume1,819,341
Market cap4.806B
Beta (5Y monthly)-0.06
PE ratio (TTM)35.72
EPS (TTM)0.21
Earnings date30 Apr 2021
Forward dividend & yield0.06 (0.75%)
Ex-dividend date20 Aug 2021
1y target estN/A
  • EdgeProp

    New World Development sells three office floors from upcoming Cheung Sha Wan building for HK$1.2 bil

    New World Development's Grade A commercial building at 888 Lai Chi Kok Road in Cheung Sha Wan is expected to be completed in April 2022. (Picture: New World Development)SINGAPORE (EDGEPROP) - Hong Kong developer New World Development has sold three floors from its upcoming Grade A commercial building at 888 Lai Chi Kok Road in Cheung Sha Wan, Hong Kong.Read also: Hong Kong home prices slip from all-time high amid concerns about stock market wealth, policy speculationAccording to a press release,

  • Reuters

    Hong Kong developer to research how to tackle chronic housing shortage

    HONG KONG (Reuters) -Hong Kong property developer New World Development said on Thursday it would launch a research project to tackle a chronic housing shortage and sky-high home prices in one of the world's most expensive property markets. As part of the initiative, New World said a committee would study long-standing housing issues, ranging from unaffordable prices, longed waiting times for public housing and a lack of elderly-friendly homes as the population ages. "Solving Hong Kong's deep-rooted housing issue is fundamental to the city's future growth," Adrian Cheng, chief executive of New World and chairman of the initiative, New World Build for Good, said in a statement.

  • Reuters

    With tighter grip, Beijing sends message to Hong Kong tycoons: fall in line

    As Beijing seeks to tighten its grip over Hong Kong, it has a new mandate for the city's powerful property tycoons: pour resources and influence into backing Beijing's interests, and help solve a potentially destabilising housing shortage. Chinese officials delivered the message in closed meetings this year amid broader efforts to bring the city to heel under a sweeping national security law and make it more "patriotic," according to three major developers and a Hong Kong government adviser familiar with the talks. Beijing is no longer willing to tolerate "monopoly behaviour," the source added.