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  1. Stock picks outside the comfort zone win out

    Posted Jun 06th 2010, 12:00am by Amanda Lee

    ... Amanda Lee Last year saw yet more proof that swimming against the tide pays. With the year starting out on a bearish note, still reeling from the global credit crisis, it is no surprise that defensive stocks were the order of the day. But as a ranking of brokers by the South China Morning Post and StarMine, a Thomson Reuters company, reveals, the top performers last year were the ones ...

  2. EuroSibEnergo offering is delayed

    Posted Nov 30th 2010, 12:00am by Eric Ng, Sophie Yu

    ... Eric Ng, Sophie Yu EuroSibEnergo, Russia's largest private power producer, has delayed its planned US$1.5 billion Hong Kong initial public offering to next year. It is holding on as it awaits Beijing's approval on the investment in its shares by a business partner and a proposed joint venture, a person familiar with the deal said. EuroSibEnergo, the energy unit of Oleg ...

  3. EU slugs Cathay with Euro57m fine for fixing

    Posted Nov 11th 2010, 12:00am by Charlotte So

    ... Charlotte So The European Commission has fined Cathay Pacific Airways Euro57.12 million (HK$618 million) for colluding in price fixing on cargo surcharges to and from Europe. The airline is one of 11 fined a total of Euro799 million yesterday by the European Union regulator. 'We will make full provision for the amount as per the accounting standards within this year, ...

  4. Deripaska may list power asset EuroSibEnergo next

    Posted Feb 18th 2010, 12:00am by Naomi Rovnick

    ... power generation subsidiary, EuroSibEnergo, on the bourse this year. Rusal's shares have plunged 26per cent to HK$8.01 in thin trading since the firm raised HK$16.7 billion on January 27, becoming the first Russian business to join the local exchange. EuroSibEnergo operates some of Russia's largest hydroelectric stations and powers Rusal's aluminium smelters in Siberia. ...

  5. Delisting looms for Euro-Asia after rescue deadline passes

    Posted May 04th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Bei Hu Provisional liquidators come up empty-handed in search for those willing to undertake restructuring Euro-Asia Agricultural (Holdings), once the poster child for private enterprise ... the start of the final chapter for the horticultural firm following its precipitous fall from grace amid allegations of massive fraud. Euro-Asia has been suspended from trading since September 30, ...

  6. Euro-Asia secures $30m offer as deadline looms

    Posted Nov 13th 2003, 12:00am by Ben Kwok

    ... according to a source familiar with the liquidation. A suitor for Euro-Asia Agriculture (Holdings), which has been suspended from trading for more than 13 months, could be announced as soon ... be enough to settle half of the $60 million Euro-Asia owes its principal bank creditors in Hong Kong- BOC Hong Kong (Holdings) subsidiary Chiyu Banking Corp and HSH Nordbank of Germany, which may ...

  7. Utensil specialist well equipped to show off wares

    Posted May 10th 2005, 12:00am by Robin Lynam

    ... Robin Lynam EuroChef started on road to success at first exhibition TAKING PART IN Hofex has been a milestone for many companies, but none more so than professional kitchen equipment and utensils supplier EuroChef. Managing director Bradley Caine has been at the show every year. 'I remember exhibiting at the first Hofex many years ago when it was held at the Star Ferry car ...

  8. Europe's woes hurt HK retirement funds

    Posted Jul 07th 2010, 12:00am by Enoch Yiu

    ... in Greece and other European countries had hurt investor confidence and was the main cause of the sharp fall of stock markets worldwide. 'The European crisis has also led to a fall of the euro ... Enoch Yiu The European debt crisis and the resulting slump in markets have hurt the pocket books of 2.5 million Hong Kong workers as their pension funds recorded losses in the first half ...

  9. Dawnrays fights back over e-mail attack

    Posted Jul 03rd 2003, 12:00am by Mark O'Neill

    ... made last year in its underwriting of Euro-Asia Agricultural (Holdings). The China Securities Regulatory Commission has accused Euro-Asia of inflating itsprofits before listing. To rebut the allegations, the company yesterday flew a group of reporters from Hong Kong to tour its plant in a Suzhou industrial zone and meet top officials. The officials gave a detailed defence of the profits, ...

  10. Crisis-hit UBS to sponsor HK Open for two more years

    Posted May 12th 2010, 12:00am by Alvin Sallay

    ... it is believed that there will be a significant increase next year. UBS was badly hit by the US subprime mortgage crisis- its assets write-downs totalled more than US$41 billion- and there were ...




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