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Star BofA Merrill Lynch analyst sacked after Hong Kong IPO is pulled

Tong Shaojing told the South China Morning Post he was fired from his job within days of a proposed Hong Kong listing of shares in the mainland-based Triplex Biosciences being put on hold.

Friday, 14 June, 2013, 10:25am 2 comments

Cultivate patience and time management skills

After graduating, Hill Yu Yee-fung (left) joined a US-based bank as an analyst. He left when a friend introduced him to the 'AXA Associates' professional training programme, aimed at shaping consultants. The AXA financial planner talks to Wong Yat-hei

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27 Jan 2012 - 12:00am

Li Ning shares tumble on poor orders for 2011

Shares of sportswear maker Li Ning suffered a record loss in Hong Kong trading yesterday on the news of a decline in orders for apparel and shoes.

Li Ning's share price plunged 17 per cent to HK$17.62 in afternoon trading yesterday before closing at HK$ 17.88, down 15.8 per cent. It was the largest drop since it was listed in Hong Kong in June 2004.

21 Dec 2010 - 12:00am

Corrections & Clarifications

The story headlined 'Henderson struggles to shake off its mass-market roots' published yesterday wrongly stated that Eric Yuen is an analyst at Dao Heng Securities. He is head of research at GuocoCapital Limited.

10 Aug 2010 - 12:00am

Cocaine trace 'does not break rules'

A recent winner at Sha Tin had a banned substance in its system but no action will be taken as Jockey Club officials believe no rule has been broken.

The South China Morning Post believes the horse involved to be the John Moore-trained Ming Hoi Treasure and the banned substance to be cocaine.

27 Apr 2010 - 12:00am

Chui stood down after positive test

Freelance local jockey Marco Chui Kwan-lai has been stood down from riding after a urine sample provided before Wednesday's Happy Valley meeting tested positive for an unnamed prohibited substance.

19 May 2009 - 12:00am

Mainland stocks tumble 7.9pc in week as investors cash out

Mainland stocks fell yesterday in thin trading, bringing the weekly loss to 7.9 per cent, the biggest drop this year, as investors withdrew funds amid the faltering market.

28 Feb 2009 - 12:00am

Chinese Estates to report first loss in 6 years

Chinese Estates Holdings expects to report a loss for last year, its first red ink since 2002 amid a bruising downturn in the mainland and Hong Kong property markets.

Analysts said other landlords were also likely to post net losses for 2008 because of the deteriorating property market.

27 Feb 2009 - 12:00am