Not enough exposure, but I'll take anything even though Xin isn't a big enough dog.....it's only a Chihuahua (darn I had to look up the spelling of that ugly mutt).
Cuz most people prefer to buy their turkeys at the grocery store.
If you buy a Chinese turkey you can expect diarrhea. Don't choke on your turkey bones Nolick.
and if they get dual listing it'll make your day :)
With a smart CFO, the company seems getting more shareholder friendly. They may just continuing buying back shares which is the right thing to do at this time.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Getting the Shenzhen-Hong Kong link going will be one of the final pieces to allow MSCI to include the entire Chinese mainland market in their indices.
When that happens, it will be a real earthquake in these indices. Adding U.S.-listed Chinese stocks will increase China's weighting in the MSCI Emerging Markets Index from 25 percent to 29 percent. Adding the "A" shares will likely increase China's weighting in the Emerging Markets Index from roughly 29 percent to 40 percent. That is huge.
Looks to me like this will do XIN a world of good as they'll have access to many more investors
Is there a new coffee brew out there Mayo called 'Realitybound'. You seem to have poured yourself a cup the day you wrote this. Now if it had been the 'stronger' brew, you wouldn't have written 'they're doing a decent job of running the company'. But hey, it's a start....kudos.
You've made Morgan Stanley's day......yippee!
Lol, they didn't think it was 'appropriate' at $2.66 as I recall, therefore, they don't intend on buying back but it
sure does sound good.....don't it?
We intend to continue to pay quarterly cash dividends the remainder of this year and execute our share repurchase program as appropriate based on valuation," concluded Mr. Zhang.