|Bid||0.345 x 0|
|Ask||0.350 x 0|
|Day's Range||0.345 - 0.360|
|52 Week Range||0.225 - 0.520|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||0.51|
March 13 (Reuters) - LlCwt International Ltd: * EXPECTS SUBSTANTIAL INCREASE IN PROFIT ATTRIBUTABLE FOR FY * EXPECTED RESULT DUE TO PROFITS CONTRIBUTION FROM CWT LIMITED GROUP Source text for Eikon: ...
LONDON/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Bank of China (BOC) and Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) are among suitors looking at a potential purchase of German transport finance lender DVB Bank, three sources familiar with the matter say. The preliminary interest by two of China's leading lenders follows a wider push by Chinese companies to scoop up assets in Europe, especially in Germany. In December, sources told Reuters that German cooperative lender DZ Bank [DETGNY.UL] was moving ahead with plans to sell its subsidiary DVB, which finances ships, aircraft, offshore oil rigs and the rail industry.
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Chinese conglomerate HNA Group needs to pay off billions of dollars in debt this year. It's turning to its employees for help.
Chinese conglomerate HNA Group has exercised its legal rights to acquire all shares from "dissenting shareholders" of Singaporean logistics firm CWT Ltd, as it moves to close the $1 billion (£0.8 billion) acquisition. HNA Belt and Road Investments Singapore, an HNA group company, will offer S$2.33 ($1.73) per share in cash to the CWT shareholders who have not accepted the tender offer, HNA's financial advisers said in an announcement on behalf of the company on Monday. The announcement comes against a backdrop of concerns about rising financing costs at indebted HNA, an airline-to-property conglomerate, whose $50 billion worth of deal-making over the past two years has sparked intense scrutiny.
Chinese conglomerate HNA , under scrutiny at home and abroad over a debt-fuelled acquisition spree, gave partially untrue or incomplete information during the takeover of Swiss airline catering firm Gategroup last year, the Swiss Takeover Board said. In a statement late on Friday, the regulator said the aviation and shipping group had failed to disclose that company executives held controlling stakes in the conglomerate and also gave incorrect shareholdings for the top two stakeholders - Bharat Bhise and Guan Jun - in the Gategroup offer prospectus. HNA said in a statement that it had provided all necessary information and the Gateway deal would not be affected.