1137.HK - Hong Kong Television Network Limited

HKSE - HKSE Delayed Price. Currency in HKD
2.920
+0.140 (+5.036%)
At close: 3:59PM HKT
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Previous Close2.780
Open2.800
Bid2.900 x 0
Ask2.920 x 0
Day's Range2.790 - 2.930
52 Week Range1.200 - 3.150
Volume3,088,000
Avg. Volume1,951,145
Market Cap2.36B
Beta-0.15
PE Ratio (TTM)-2.92
EPS (TTM)-1
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est5.30
  • Reuters8 months ago

    Hong Kong pins Aramco IPO hopes on China's deep pockets

    Hong Kong's stock exchange will bank on its role as a gateway to mainland China's deep-pocketed investors to take on other leading venues and win the coveted $100 billion listing of Saudi Arabia's giant state oil company, Aramco, it said on Monday. Charles Li, the CEO of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX), said access to Chinese capital and China's role as the world's largest importer of oil made Hong Kong a viable contender in the frantic race between listing venues.

  • Hong Kong Halts Stock's 543% Debut in Volatile Equity Market
    Bloomberg8 months ago

    Hong Kong Halts Stock's 543% Debut in Volatile Equity Market

    Hong Kong traders are used to seeing strange things on the city’s small-cap exchange, home to some of the world’s biggest price swings. But the initial public offering of GME Group Holdings Ltd. on Wednesday ...

  • Reuters9 months ago

    London Metal Exchange CEO resigns after a difficult year

    Lower trading volumes and a lack of strategy created a crisis that led to the resignation of London Metal Exchange Chief Executive Garry Jones after three years at the helm of the world's largest and oldest metals market, metal industry sources say. Parent company Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd (HKEx) said on Monday that Jones was leaving the LME, but did not give a reason.

  • Reuters9 months ago

    HKEX proposes new board to list companies with different voting rights

    The Hong Kong stock exchange is proposing to launch a new listing venue that would allow companies with different voting rights to go public in the city, in a bid to remain a global listings powerhouse. The proposal comes amid a long debate on Hong Kong's attractiveness as a listing destination and on corporate governance norms, sparked by Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group's decision two years ago to make its record $25 billion IPO in New York, much to Hong Kong's disappointment.