With a strong pipeline of projects, property and logistics conglomerate Wheelock and Company expects to see substantial business growth in the next five years.Thursday, 28 March, 2013, 6:31am
Beijing's securities watchdog is set to unveil a new dividend policy scheme to support the lacklustre market as part of the government's campaign to end the losing streak of equities.
The move is the latest in a series of measures by Beijing in recent weeks to rejuvenate the world's second-biggest economy by trying to ensure that financing activity in the stock market remains afloat.30 Oct 2012 - 4:25am
Brilliance China Automotive will consider declaring a dividend next year after it completes most of its investment projects.30 Aug 2012 - 3:17am
An article headlined "Profit up 3.8pc at Swire Properties", published on B3 on Saturday, incorrectly stated the interim dividend of its parent company, Swire Pacific, was HK$1.50 per A share and 30 HK cents per B share. The amounts should have been HK$1 per A share and 20 HK cents per B share.14 Aug 2012 - 2:58am
If you're one of the many with the sneaking suspicion this season's results have been very different from last season's, then you are bang on the money.
About now we have a look back at some of the season's stats, particularly with reference to betting and last year the statistics were all about what a tough year it was for punters.11 Jul 2012 - 12:00am
Debt-laden Rusal, the world's largest smelter of aluminium, is hoping that industry-wide efforts to cut excess capacity will help lift prices enough for it to pay a dividend, although an analyst said this might not happen for at least two years because capacity cuts took time to flow through to profits.16 Jun 2012 - 12:00am
Shares of Bank of East Asia yesterday posted their biggest fall in two weeks after the city's third-largest lender reported thinning core capital and earnings that failed to meet analysts' expectations.
BEA said attributable profit rose 3.2 per cent last year to HK$4.36 billion, against average analyst target of HK$4.63 billion.15 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
Leading mainland banks were unlikely to resort to issuing new shares or debts to raise money this year, international rating agency Moody's predicted yesterday.
Christine Kuo, senior credit officer for financial institutions at Moody's, said the recent cut in dividend payments would save them from raising capital on a 'massive' scale.8 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
Shares of Bank of China hit a six-month high in Hong Kong yesterday as Beijing's decision to cut cash dividend payouts shored up investors' confidence in the mainland lender.
The mainland's fourth-largest bank by market value rose as much as 1.77 per cent to HK$3.45 in the morning session before closing at HK$3.39 at the end of the day, unchanged from Friday.7 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
An adviser to the mainland's central bank has urged regulators to require listed companies to pay cash dividends, saying it must be a priority if Beijing is to improve its ailing stock market.20 Dec 2011 - 12:00am