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00428 COCOON HOLDINGS
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FY: Financial Year Annual Report, which is equivalent to the 10-K file disclosed by the listed company to the SEC.

Q: Quarterly report, which is equivalent to the 10-Q file disclosed by the listed company to the SEC, where Q1, Q2, Q3, and Q4 are single quarterly reports with a span of 3 months; Q6 and Q9 are cumulative quarterly reports, and Q6 is 6 months , Q9 is 9 months.

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For the year ended 31 December 2014, the Group recorded a turnover of HK $3477510, compared with HK $7637209 last year, representing a decrease of 54%. The decrease in turnover was due to a decrease in interest income received for the year and no dividend income generated by unlisted investments. The Group's listed securities recorded a realised gain of HK $836245 (HK $3094469 in 2013). Due to the poor performance of certain publicly traded securities held by the Group during the year, the Group recorded a total loss of HK $20272531, together with turnover, other income and other gains and losses, compared with a loss last year. HK $21107516 after deducting staff welfare expenses, depreciation and other operating expenses totalling HK $16296900 (2013: HK $17854334), the Group recorded a loss of HK $36569431 before income tax expenses, compared with HK $38961,850 last year. The loss attributable to the owners of the Company was HK $36569431, compared with HK $38961850 in 2013. Prospects and future plans 2014 has been a volatile year for investors of different asset classes. Dragged down by the US Federal Reserve's tapering of its quantitative easing programme, by the sharp rise and fall in emerging market currencies, and by geopolitical tensions in eastern Europe, the outlook for global markets looks bleak. However, global stock prices soon rebounded in the second half of the year as oil prices plummeted. The US economy has recovered steadily, showing little sign of inflation, and US stock prices have broken records again and again. Us stocks are highly valued. Will the rally continue in 2015? Will higher US interest rates trigger the return of money from emerging markets to the US? We don't have a crystal ball to answer, but we can objectively predict that now that Federal Reserve Chairman Yellen is already preparing for an interest rate hike around the middle of the year, she will end a period of almost seven years of near-zero interest rates. This change. Change is at least disturbing. After decades of average growth of 10 per cent, china's outlook for 2015 may not be as optimistic as it used to be. Most commentators say the growth rate will fall to its new economic growth target of 7%. Adjusting the balance of an economy of 1.4 billion people to relying more on local consumption is both difficult and challenging. However, we see this challenge as a positive development because the reform of state-owned enterprises can allow some companies to rerate and open the door to opportunities in private private capital markets. The government is committed to deregulation and is already promoting private capital participation in designated state-owned enterprises. The board will keep a close eye on these macros. Look at the trend and seek opportunities for investment in China.
CEO: Weixing Zhou
Market: Hong Kong motherboard
Listing Date: 12/14/1993
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