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  1. Jump in crude prices batters airline stocks

    Posted Jan 25th 2007, 12:00am by Charlotte So, Eric Ng

    ... Charlotte So and Eric Ng Oil futures in New York rebound above US$55 per barrel Airline stocks dived yesterday while oil companies rose as crude prices on the New York Mercantile Exchange ... to hasten the build-up of its strategic oil reserve. Shares of China Eastern Airlines dropped 4.6 per cent to HK$2.49 while China Southern Airlines dived 4.76 per cent to HK$3.60. Air China ...


    Posted Sep 10th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Stock markets in Hong Kong and Singapore fell yesterday after the city state reported its first case of Sars in four months. Asian travel-related stocks such as Singapore Airlines, Cathay ... in the spring. But with the Hang Seng touching a 15-month high yesterday morning, stocks are vulnerable to a bout of profit-taking. ...

  3. Tibetan mineral water firm seeks HK$1.6b IPO

    Posted Jun 21st 2011, 12:00am

    ... glacial spring at 5,100 metres above sea level, hence its name. Moving the company's products from the 'roof of the world' to the rest of the mainland was an expensive endeavour, ... this year, increasing production capacity from 155,000 tonnes to 208,000 tonnes per year. The company focuses on institutional sales channels such as rail operators, banks, airlines and government ...

  4. Small investors block airline deal

    Posted Jan 09th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Daniel Ren in Shanghai Small investors proved more powerful than Beijing's top policymakers yesterday when minority shareholders of China Eastern Airlines scuppered a HK$7.16 billion tie-up with Singapore Airlines. Despite the green light from top officials, the long negotiated deal was resoundingly defeated by shareholders, who now expect a sweeter offer from the parent ...

  5. Temasek to join SIA in airline bid

    Posted May 25th 2007, 12:00am by Charlotte So

    ... Charlotte So Temasek Holdings, Singapore's state-owned investment company, will join Singapore Airlines to acquire a stake of up to 25 per cent in China Eastern Airlines Corp, according to people familiar with the deal. Singapore Airlines has set a HK$6 billion limit on its investment in the deal, which would give it a stake of less than 20 per cent, sources said. Temasek ...

  6. Airline shares soar in wake of jet fuel price reduction

    Posted Dec 20th 2008, 12:00am by Kandy Wong

    ... Kandy Wong Carmaker stocks mixed as SUV manufacturer surges 9.88pc Shares of two mainland airlines surged yesterday after Beijing cut fuel prices, which is expected to lower the carriers' operating costs. However, the performance of Hong Kong-listed mainland carmakers was mixed. China Eastern rose 12.5 per cent to HK$1.26, while China Southern was up 7.63 per cent ...

  7. Little hope of a soft landing for mainland airline stocks

    Posted Aug 29th 2008, 12:00am by Tom Holland

    ... with Tom Holland The bloodbath among Asia's airlines has continued this week. On Wednesday, Air China announced its first-half profits fell 20 per cent compared with last year. Meanwhile, China Eastern Airlines booked a loss. Like airlines worldwide, mainland carriers have been hammered by higher fuel bills but with the added blows of sharply rising wage costs and a slump ...

  8. Goldman says airlines to lose more altitude

    Posted Jun 07th 2008, 12:00am by Nick Westra

    ... Nick Westra Airline stocks were grounded last week by volatile crude oil prices and their plight could get worse, according to Goldman Sachs. The investment bank yesterday slashed its target price for Air China by 51 per cent to HK$4.50 and for China Southern Airlines by 45 per cent to HK$4.70. Goldman said in a note to clients that the share price of Cathay Pacific, Hong ...

  9. Airlines and power firms to gain as debt burden eases

    Posted Jul 23rd 2005, 12:00am by Eric Ng

    ... Eric Ng in Beijing and Bei Hu Obvious beneficiaries of the yuan revaluation are companies such as Chinese airlines and power producers burdened with foreign debt, as a stronger yuan will translate into a reduced absolute debt load and lower interest expenses. The airlines will also benefit from a modest reduction in jet fuel prices when they refuel at foreign airports. Hong ...

  10. Company profile- Swire Pacific

    Posted Jun 02nd 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Swire Pacific's businesses cover airline services and catering, aircraft engineering, property investment and trading, hotels, industries, trading, and marine services. ...




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