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Changes in Hong Kong stocks | Hong Kong real estate stocks are picking up across the board, Hong Kong retail sales have bottomed out for the whole year or increased 16%, and property prices are generally stable next year
Hong Kong real estate stocks and real estate trusts picked up across the board today. As of press release, Hysan Industries (00014) rose 5.53% to HK$15.26; Kowloon Wharf Real Estate (01997) rose 3.96% to HK$24.95; Henderson Land (00012) rose 3.1% to HK$21.6; and Lingzhan (00823) rose 1.46% to HK$38.3.
At HK$14.72, Is Hysan Development Company Limited (HKG:14) Worth Looking At Closely?
Hysan Development Company Limited (HKG:14), might not be a large cap stock, but it saw significant share price movement during recent months on the SEHK, rising to highs of HK$16.80 and falling t
Daimo: Hong Kong retail sales are expected to have bottomed out and increased 16% throughout the year, optimistic about Hysan Development and Lingzhan Real Estate Fund
According to a research report released by Morgan Stanley, the growth rate of retail sales in Hong Kong slowed to a 6% year-on-year increase, in line with the company's expectations, but fell short of market expectations. Even though the weather is not as bad as September, online sales are still the highest year to date, accounting for 11% of total sales. The bank expects retail sales in November and December to increase by 12% to more than 13% year on year. According to the report, since there were consumer vouchers in October last year, the base figure was high; the number of visitors also recovered to 58% in 2018; retail sales in November are expected to increase 12% year on year, and the full-year forecast has been lowered to 16%. The bank believes that retail sales growth will generally lead to owners
Daimo: Retail sales in Hong Kong are expected to bottom out and rise 16% throughout the year, optimistic about Hysan Development (00014) and Lingzhan Real Estate Fund (00823)
Daimo expects retail sales in Hong Kong to increase by 12% to more than 13% year on year in November and December.
Winfull Group Buys $3.5 Million of Hysan Development Bonds
Winfull Group (HKG:0183) unit August Ally bought $3.5 million worth of bonds issued by Elect Global Investments in the open market for around $3.1 million. The perpetual bonds carry a coupon rate of 4
Hysan Industries awarded a total of 47,800 bonus shares
Hysan Industries (00014) announced that to commemorate the extraordinary milestone of its 100th anniversary, the company granted (and fully owned) a total of 47,800 shares (accounting for approximately 0.0047% of the shares issued on the date of this announcement) to 478 eligible employees on November 27, 2023, in accordance with the extraordinary milestone of the 100th anniversary. It also praises and acknowledges the Group's employees' continued success and commitment to the enduring success of Hysan over the next 100 years and beyond. At the same time, it also praises and acknowledges the group employees' contributions to Hysan's success Contribution.
Shareholders in Hysan Development (HKG:14) Have Lost 51%, as Stock Drops 4.0% This Past Week
Statistically speaking, long term investing is a profitable endeavour. But along the way some stocks are going to perform badly. To wit, the Hysan Development Company Limited (HKG:14) share price ma
Private Companies Among Hysan Development Company Limited's (HKG:14) Largest Stockholders and Were Hit After Last Week's 3.6% Price Drop
Key Insights The considerable ownership by private companies in Hysan Development indicates that they collectively have a greater say in management and business strategy 50% of the business is held
Hong Kong Stock Announcement Nuggets | Establishing the largest charging hub on Hong Kong Island with Tesla The bottom is expected to usher in a rebound
The positive aspect is that the company continues to maintain a good dividend payout. Next, with the expectation that the Federal Reserve will gradually shift and management will continue to work hard to increase the rental rate, Hysan Industrial, which is at the bottom, is expected to usher in a rebound opportunity.
Property Giant Hysan's Borrowing Surges With Fresh $4 Billion Bond Issuance
Hong Kong property developer Hysan Development Company Limited issued a prospectus for up to $4 billion of medium-term bonds Monday, more than 10 times its average medium-term debt tr
Hysan Industrial (00014) and Tesla (TSLA.US) establish the largest charging hub on Hong Kong Island and introduce Asia's first V4 supercharging station
On October 10, Hysan Industrial (00014) announced a partnership with Tesla (TSLA.US) to establish the largest charging hub on Hong Kong Island and introduce Asia's first V4 supercharging station.
Hysan Development Company Limited (HKG:14) Shares Could Be 34% Above Their Intrinsic Value Estimate
Key Insights The projected fair value for Hysan Development is HK$10.98 based on 2 Stage Free Cash Flow to Equity Hysan Development's HK$14.70 share price signals that it might be 34% overvalued
Jefferies: Maintains Changshi Group's “holding” rating target price and lowers it to HK$44
Jefferies released a research report saying that it lowered the target price of Changshi Group (01113) from HK$46 to HK$44. Although the company promised stable dividend payments, there was no short-term profit catalyst, and the “hold” rating was maintained. According to the report, the performance of Hong Kong real estate stocks in the first half of the year was generally unsurprising. The market's hopes for post-epidemic recovery have come to an end, and the headwinds caused by interest rates have also been greater than expected. In the second half of the year, the bank preferred stocks with high profit visibility and defensive value, such as Henderson Land (00012) and Hysan Industrial (00014), believing that the residential property market is under pressure, but seeing hope next year, retail recovery may accelerate. That line
Jefferies: The purchase rating target price for Lingzhan Real Estate Fund was reduced to HK$50
Jefferies released a research report saying that with a “buy” rating for Lingzhan Real Estate Fund (00823), the highest interest rate is the key to a potential valuation reevaluation, while micro factors will take longer to develop, and the target price has been reduced from HK$58 to HK$50. Jefferies lowered its allocation forecast of 6% to 7% per fund unit for the 2024-25 fiscal year. Even though interest rates continue to be high, risk returns tend to rise; however, among Hong Kong real estate stocks, the bank favors Henderson Land (00012) and Hysan Development (00014). The bank believes that Lingzhan Real Estate Fund had earlier announced beyond expectations that the stock offering was an inflection point. The main uncertainty has been eliminated, but for a long time
Hong Kong promotes the development of the night market economy Li Jiachao: Details of the event are expected to be announced next week
The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government recently promoted the development of a night market economy. A number of local real estate developers in Hong Kong have expressed their support, extended the business hours of some of their shopping malls, and introduced consumer discounts.
HYSAN DEV: Interim Report 2023
Hysan Development Company Limited (HKG:14) Analysts Just Slashed This Year's Revenue Estimates By 9.9%
Market forces rained on the parade of Hysan Development Company Limited (HKG:14) shareholders today, when the analysts downgraded their forecasts for this year. This report focused on revenue estimates, and it looks as though the consensus view of the business has become substantially more conservative.
Why It Might Not Make Sense To Buy Hysan Development Company Limited (HKG:14) For Its Upcoming Dividend
Readers hoping to buy Hysan Development Company Limited (HKG:14) for its dividend will need to make their move shortly, as the stock is about to trade ex-dividend. The ex-dividend date is one busines
Morgan Stanley: Maintaining Hysan's “buy” rating, the target price drops to HK$30
According to a research report released by Morgan Stanley, the target price of Hysan Industries (00014) was lowered from HK$32 to HK$30, the earnings forecast for 2023 was lowered to HK$1.62, and the earnings measurement per share was lowered to HK$2.01 in 2024 to maintain the “buy” rating. The company's downside risks include a slower-than-expected recovery in visitor volume, curbing consumer spending; rising interest rates, therefore expanding capitalization rates and the need for a higher return on investment. The bank said that the reduction in Hysan Societe Generals' earnings estimates of 8% and 7% per share from 2023 to 2024 respectively reflects the slowdown in office and residential rent growth, as well as housing
Goldman Sachs: Maintaining Hysan Societe Generals' “buy” rating and lowering the target price to HK$27.3
Goldman Sachs released a research report stating that it maintained the “buy” rating of Hysan Industries (00014), adjusted its basic net profit forecast for 2023-25 to fall by 14% to 9%, and lowered its target price from HK$32 to HK$27.3. According to the report, the company's medium-term net profit reached 190 million yuan, including property revaluation losses narrowing to 754 million yuan. Excluding this factor, basic net profit fell 17% year on year to 1.03 billion yuan, lower than the bank's and market expectations. Hysan's interim dividend remained flat at $0.27 per share. Management reaffirmed its commitment to a stable dividend policy and will depend on short to medium term operating performance and capital