0066.HK - MTR Corporation Limited

HKSE - HKSE Delayed Price. Currency in HKD
43.600
+0.100 (+0.23%)
As of 2:43PM HKT. Market open.
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Previous Close43.500
Open43.400
Bid43.550 x 0
Ask43.600 x 0
Day's Range43.050 - 43.750
52 Week Range37.500 - 55.750
Volume1,558,019
Avg. Volume6,136,517
Market Cap268.401B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.60
PE Ratio (TTM)16.52
EPS (TTM)2.640
Earnings DateAug 7, 2019 - Aug 12, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield1.20 (2.74%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-08-21
1y Target Est43.45
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Petrol bombs thrown in Hong Kong metro, no one injured-govt

    Petrol bombs were thrown inside a Hong Kong metro station on Saturday but no one was injured, the government said, as pro-democracy protesters again took to the streets angry at what they believe is Beijing's tightening grip on the city. The Kowloon Tong station was seriously damaged in the attack, the government said in a statement.

  • Reuters

    One person in critical condition as HK protests escalate -hospital authority

    Fifteen people were wounded on Tuesday after a day of running clashes between police and protesters, with one person in critical condition, Hong Kong's Hospital Authority said. The South China Morning Post and television reports said at least one person was wounded in the chest by police firing live rounds. Video footage of a police officer firing at a protester at close range went viral, but there was not immediate verification of its authenticity.

  • MTR Train Carrying Passengers Derails in Hong Kong
    Bloomberg

    MTR Train Carrying Passengers Derails in Hong Kong

    (Bloomberg) -- An MTR Corp. train derailed in Hong Kong, dealing a fresh blow for the subway operator that has become a target and battleground in the anti-Beijing demonstrations rocking the city.The incident, which occurred Tuesday morning and injured eight people, involved three carriages that went off track and prompted the company to suspend trains running between Hung Hom Station and Mong Kok East Station on the East Rail Line. It’s unclear when the service will resume, MTR’s director of operations Adi Lau said at a briefing in the evening.Secretary for Transport and Housing Frank Chan said he couldn’t determine whether the “serious incident” was an accident or not -- comments that were echoed by the MTR and investigators. A probe may take three to six months to complete, the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department said.The derailment aggravates what’s already been a tough few months for a company that long held a reputation for speedy and reliable services before it became a target of demonstrators. In recent weeks, many of its facilities have been smashed and protesters set fires outside stations, which have often been the scenes of violent clashes with police.Investigators said they will examine whether there were mechanical issues or foreign objects on the tracks. There were three cracks on the rail but it wasn’t clear whether they appeared before the incident, Lau said. In March, a couple of Hong Kong subway trains collided during a test run of a new signaling system, resulting in two drivers being hospitalized. Months earlier, a simultaneous signaling glitch on four subway lines caused chaos at stations during the morning peak-hour rush.Shares of MTR, which also had its credit-rating outlook downgraded by Moody’s Investors Service on Tuesday, fell as much as 2.1% before closing down 1.3% at HK$46.20, the lowest in a week. (Updates with comments from latest briefing in second paragraph, details on tracks in fifth paragraph and share price in final paragraph)\--With assistance from Stephen Tan.To contact the reporters on this story: Jinshan Hong in Hong Kong at jhong214@bloomberg.net;Natalie Lung in Hong Kong at flung6@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Rachel Chang at wchang98@bloomberg.net, Young-Sam Cho, Will DaviesFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 9-Hong Kong students rally peacefully before brief night skirmishes

    Thousands of Hong Kong university and school students boycotted class and rallied peacefully for democracy on Monday, the latest acts of defiance in an anti-government movement that has plunged the Chinese-ruled city into crisis. The boycott followed a weekend marred by some of the worst violence since unrest escalated more than three months ago, with protesters burning barricades and throwing petrol bombs, and police retaliating with water cannon, tear gas and batons. Police fired tear gas to clear protesters in the densely populated Mongkok region of the Kowloon peninsula.

  • Reuters

    Hong Kong police arrest 36, youngest aged 12, after running battles with protesters

    Hong Kong police said on Monday they arrested 36 people, the youngest aged 12, after violence during anti-government demonstrations escalated as protesters hurled Molotov cocktails at security forces who responded with water cannon and tear gas. Sunday's protests saw some of the fiercest clashes yet between police and demonstrators since violence escalated in mid-June over a now-suspended extradition bill that would have allowed Hong Kong people to be sent to mainland China for trial. Police fired water cannon and volleys of tear gas in running battles with brick-throwing protesters on Sunday, the second day of violent clashes in the Chinese-ruled city.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Hong Kong police arrest 29 after overnight clashes, more protests planned

    Hong Kong's police said on Sunday they arrested 29 people after clashes overnight in which volleys of tear gas were fired to disperse anti-government protesters, as the Asian financial hub braced for more demonstrations later in the day. The city's rail operator, MTR Corp, announced it was suspending some services in the west of the territory due to public activities taking place in the area.

  • Motley Fool

    MTR Corp: Why Hong Kong’s Subway Operator is Still Riding High

    Despite some recent setbacks, MTR Corp's share price continues to do well. Here's why.

  • Reuters

    BRIEF-China Merchants Land Updates On Tender For Property Development In Hong Kong

    April 25 (Reuters) - China Merchants Land Ltd: * CHINA MERCHANTS LAND LTD UPDATES ON TENDER FOR PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT IN HONG KONG * SKY CASTLE LIMITED RECEIVED ACCEPTANCE LETTER FROM MTR CORPORATION STATING ...

  • Reuters

    Hong Kong faces commuter chaos after rare train collision

    A train collision disrupted services in Hong Kong on Monday, threatening commuter chaos during rush hour in the heart of the Asian financial hub, authorities said. The rare disruption on a network used by nearly 6 million people every weekday brought services to a halt between the stations of Central and Admiralty, rail operator MTR Corp said. "The repair will take quite a long time and the service between Central and Admiralty ... will not be available for the whole day," its operations director, Lau Tin-shing, told a news briefing.

  • Investing.com

    Asian Stocks Rise Amid Signs of Progress on U.S.-China Trade Deal

    Investing.com - Asian stocks rose in morning trade on Monday following a Xinhua report that said China and the U.S. have made“concrete progress” on a potential trade agreement.

  • Reuters

    BRIEF-MTR Corp Says Jacob Kam Chak-Pui To Be Appointed As CEO

    March 7 (Reuters) - MTR Corp Ltd: * FREDERICK MA SI-HANG WILL BE RETIRING FROM POSITION OF CHAIRMAN * JACOB KAM CHAK-PUI, WILL BE APPOINTED AS CEO * APPOINTS REX AUYEUNG PAK-KUEN AS NED AND NEW CHAIRMAN ...

  • Reuters

    BRIEF-MTR Corp Posts FY Profit Attributable Of HK$16.01 Bln

    March 7 (Reuters) - MTR Corp Ltd: * FY TOTAL REVENUE OF GROUP HK$53,930 MILLION, DOWN 2.7% * FY PROFIT ATTRIBUTABLE HK$ 16,008 MILLION VERSUS HK$16,829 MILLION * FINAL DIVIDEND OF HK$0.95 PER SHARE * SUBJECT ...

  • Reuters

    DIARY-Hong Kong corporate earnings week ahead

    Mar 1(Reuters) - Diary of Hong Kong (.HSI) corporate earnings for the week ahead. HONG KONG EARNINGS Start Date Start Time RIC Company Event Name (GMT) 05-Mar-2019 NTS 1997.HK Wharf Real Estate Investment ...