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Yuexiu Property Company Limited (0123.HK)

HKSE - HKSE Delayed Price. Currency in HKD
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10.060+0.180 (+1.82%)
At close: 04:08PM HKT
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Previous Close9.880
Open9.910
Bid10.040 x 0
Ask10.060 x 0
Day's Range9.910 - 10.200
52 Week Range6.400 - 10.200
Volume11,662,256
Avg. Volume4,929,624
Market Cap31.15B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.52
PE Ratio (TTM)37.35
EPS (TTM)0.269
Earnings DateMar 14, 2022 - Mar 18, 2022
Forward Dividend & Yield0.66 (8.26%)
Ex-Dividend DateJun 07, 2022
1y Target Est9.77
  • South China Morning Post

    Evergrande suffers setback as debt-stricken developer fails to sell its US$1.7 billion Hong Kong office tower to Yuexiu Property

    China Evergrande has failed to sell its single largest asset to state-backed Yuexiu Property, Reuters reported, a huge blow to the debt-stricken developer's frantic efforts to raise the funds it needs to survive. Guangzhou government-backed Yuexiu Property dropped a proposed US$1.7 billion offer to buy Evergrande's 26-storey office tower in Wan Chai. Reuters cited two sources saying Yuexiu's board had opposed the move over worries that Evergrande's unresolved indebtedness would create potential

  • Reuters

    Exclusive-Evergrande's $1.7 billion Hong Kong headquarters sale flops as buyer withdraws -sources

    HONG KONG (Reuters) -Chinese state-owned Yuexiu Property has pulled out of a proposed $1.7 billion deal to buy China Evergrande Group's Hong Kong headquarters building over worries about the developer's dire financial situation, two sources said. The collapse of the talks for the landmark building's sale is another setback for cash-strapped Evergrande which has been scrambling to divest some assets to repay creditors knocking on its doors. Yuexiu, based in the southern city of Guangzhou, was close to sealing a deal in August to acquire the 26-storey China Evergrande Centre in Hong Kong's Wan Chai district that serves as Evergrande's local headquarters, said the sources.

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