BBMG Corp (2009)
BBMG Corp. is engaged in the manufacture and sale of cement and modern building materials, property development, property investment, and the provision of property management services. It operates through the following segments: Cement; Building Materials and Commerce, and Logistics; Property; and Property Investment and Management. The Cement segment manufactures and sells cement and concrete. The Building Materials and Commerce and Logistics segment produces and markets building materials and furniture and commerce and logistics. The Property segment develops real estate. The Property Investment and Management segment invests in properties for their rental income potential and or for capital appreciation, and provides management and security services to residential and commercial properties. The company was founded on December 22, 2005 and is headquartered in Beijing, China.
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Blog posts that reference BBMG Corp:
Monday, October 09, 2017
Global Equity Markets in Review
- Positive investor sentiment, strong economic data and renewed expectations of tax reforms lift US stock benchmarks to new highs
- European stocks move higher as investors remain optimistic despite political turbulence in Spain
- Asian markets edge higher as global cues drive sentiment
Sunday, September 03, 2017
The persistent rise in the price of bitcoin has pushed the pioneer of digital currency to a new lifetime high. The crypto-currency has surged past US$4,000 for the first time since its inception in 2009. According to the CoinDesk Bitcoin Price Index, the average value of bitcoin across global exchanges reached a peak of US$4,225 early Sunday, before hovering around US$4,000. The world’s most traded digital tender has quadrupled in 2017 thus far, gaining ~40% in the first two weeks of August.
Friday, July 21, 2017
Speculations that the government may test bond markets in the near future are ripe in the Greek media. Greece is seeking to take advantage of global investors’ hunger for yields, as it aims to sell government bonds for the first time in three years. Greece had issued bonds in 2014 with a yield of 4.95%. Alexis Tsipras’ government is targeting to tap the bond market at a lesser yield as compared to its predecessors.
Monday, April 10, 2017
Late Thursday night, South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma announced a surprising decision to reshuffle the cabinet. However, the only unsurprising aspect of the reshuffle was the firing of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. Gordhan was replaced by Malusi Gigaba, former Minister of Home Affairs and a close associate of Zuma. Zuma and Gordhan shared an uneasy relationship; the bad blood between the two was evident on multiple occasions.
Thursday, March 23, 2017
On March 15, 2017, the US Federal Reserve (Fed) raised interest rates by a quarter percentage point from 0.75% to 1.00%. This move was in line with market expectations as many Fed policymakers had given strong indications of a possible rate hike in past few weeks. The central bank hiked rates for the first time this year, the second time in three months. The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) decided to increase a key policy rate citing improved labour market conditions and inflation. The central bank kept its economic projections unchanged, as Fed Chair Janet Yellen stressed that the rate hike should not be seen as an anticipatory response to forthcoming fiscal policies.
Wednesday, February 01, 2017
• Strong earnings reported by US companies underpin the robust weekly performance by major indices. Trump’s reassurance of slashing taxes and regulations instill confidence in the market. US GDP growth for fourth quarter came in at 1.9% annualised, lower than estimate of 2.2%.
• European indices finished mixed as companies present mixed earnings results.
• Asian markets shrug off protectionist talks, as most of the Asian indices advance despite cancellation
Thursday, December 22, 2016
Political circles in Greece are abuzz with talks about the possibility of another snap election in the country in 2017, after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras failed to reach a breakthrough with international lenders this month. Tsipras won the elections in September 2015, riding on his anti-austerity, populist manifesto; his popularity has waned steadily since then as his government failed to address austerity-related issues. Although Tsipras’s term ends in 2019, a snap election next year will not be surprising as, on average, the lifespan of any government in Greece has not been more than two years since 2009, when the country’s crisis unfolded.
Wednesday, December 21, 2016
Fed hikes rates minus the fanfare
Investors were eagerly looking forward to FOMC’s last meeting of the year, despite being almost certain of the outcome. Without much surprise, the US Federal Reserve delivered a quarter-point increase in federal funds rate, to a range between 0.50–0.75 percent, at the end of its two-day meeting on Wednesday (December 14). But, the Fed did sound slightly more hawkish than usual, pointing to acceleration in the pace of rate hikes in 2017.
Friday, June 24, 2016
The UK has decided to leave the European union. Financial markets are spiralling in to chaos. Does this represent a time to panic, or a rare opportunity to pick up quality businesses at a significant discount to their value.
Monday, December 01, 2014
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