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WH Group Limited (0288.HK)

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Previous Close6.530
Open6.630
Bid6.580 x 0
Ask6.590 x 0
Day's Range6.500 - 6.670
52 Week Range5.900 - 7.550
Volume32,502,258
Avg. Volume34,548,235
Market Cap97.171B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.64
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateAug 09, 2021 - Aug 13, 2021
Forward Dividend & Yield0.17 (2.51%)
Ex-Dividend DateJun 04, 2021
1y Target Est1.09
  • PR Newswire

    WH Group Rejoins the Fortune Global 500 List

    WH Group Limited ("WH Group" or the "Company", HKEX stock code: 288), is pleased to announce that the Company ranked 474th on the 2021 "Fortune Global 500" list. It achieved global operating income of USD 25.6 billion in 2020. The Company also ranked 65th on the "Fortune China 500" list this year and its subsidiary company, Shuanghui Group ranked 151st on the "Fortune China 500" list, achieving operating income of RMB 73.9 billion in 2020.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Smithfield Foods stops slaughtering pigs at U.S. hometown plant

    Smithfield Foods, the world's largest pork processor, has stopped slaughtering pigs in the United States' so-called ham capital, where the company was founded 85 years ago. The end of slaughtering in Smithfield, Virginia, is the latest reconfiguration for the company's namesake plant and follows a months-long internal review of its East Coast operations, Smithfield Foods said in a statement. The company, owned by Hong Kong-listed WH Group, is shifting slaughtering to some of its 47 other U.S. facilities and spending $5 million to upgrade the Virginia plant to produce more packaged bacon, ham and other pork products, said Keira Lombardo, chief administrative officer.

  • Smithfield Foods stops slaughtering pigs at U.S. hometown plant
    Reuters

    Smithfield Foods stops slaughtering pigs at U.S. hometown plant

    CHICAGO (Reuters) -Smithfield Foods, the world's largest pork processor, has stopped slaughtering pigs in the United States' so-called ham capital, where the company was founded 85 years ago. The end of slaughtering in Smithfield, Virginia, is the latest reconfiguration for the company's namesake plant and follows a months-long internal review of its East Coast operations, Smithfield Foods said in a statement. The company, owned by Hong Kong-listed WH Group, is shifting slaughtering to some of its 47 other U.S. facilities and spending $5 million to upgrade the Virginia plant to produce more packaged bacon, ham and other pork products, said Keira Lombardo, chief administrative officer.