ANTA Sports Products (2020)
ANTA Sports Products Ltd. engages in the design, development, manufacture, and markets ANTA sportswear, including sports footwear, apparel and accessories. It products include sporting goods and sportswear, basketball, women sports, running, sports lifestyle series and kids sportswear series. The company was founded on February 8, 2007 and is headquartered in Quanzhou, China.
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Wednesday, October 04, 2017
Shinzo Abe gambles on early election
On 25 September, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called for a snap election, which will be held on 22 October 2017. Abe called for a snap election, nearly a year earlier than the scheduled election, in an attempt to strengthen his party’s presence in the parliament. If the Abe-led coalition manages to retain simple majority, he could become the longest-serving leader in the nation’s history, keeping him in office until 2020.
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
On Friday, 15 September 2017, S&P Global Ratings upgraded Portugal’s sovereign rating to investment grade. The agency revised Portugal’s sovereign rating upward by one notch to BBB-/A-3 from BB+/B and maintained the outlook as stable. S&P became the first among the big three global rating agencies to move Portugal out of its junk status. Although the country’s debt is rated below investment grade by Moody’s Investor Services and Fitch Ratings, both the agencies recently upgraded their outlook on Portugal to positive from stable.
Friday, August 04, 2017
In the last week of July, Greece chartered its return to the bond market after a three-year hiatus. The country successfully issued bonds worth €3 billion (US$3.5 billion) on 25th July 2017, a move that could very well mark the beginning of the end of its bailout?
Monday, July 24, 2017
• Healthy earnings and encouraging housing data support the US stock market.
• European markets finish lower as surging currency weighs on sentiment.
• Financial markets in China and India move higher, while those in Australia and Japan struggle.
Thursday, July 13, 2017
Its reporting season! And you know what that means... new Skaffold Scores. It’s the time of year when you’re thankful to have Skaffold keeping tabs on things for you.
Skaffold’s patent-pending A1 – C5 stock ratings interpret a company’s latest financial results. They update when a company releases their full year or interim results. In Australia, that typically occurs in August (full year) and February (interim) where more than 60% of stocks listed on the ASX report their results.
Access Skaffold’s reporting season calendar which lists some popular ASX companies' reporting dates so you can keep track of results as they’re released to the stock exchange.
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Stock markets across geographies recorded gains in the first week of financial year 2018 amid strong service sector reports from US, UK, Japan, China and Australia.
Retail sector stocks influenced US indices, as most of the companies in the sector reported weak sales data.
Friday, May 26, 2017
On 18 May 2017, Greece’s government secured a parliamentary approval for a set of austerity measures demanded by creditors. This would increase the financial pressure on austerity-weary Greek citizens. The measures include sharp reduction in income tax free threshold and even further pension cuts for Greeks. The latest set of austerity measures cleared by Greece’s parliament would be implemented through 2020, a year beyond the mandate of Tsipras’ government and could boost government revenue by around €4.9 billion.
Friday, May 12, 2017
Last week, Greece and its international creditors reached a deal on a series of reforms that paved the path for progress in its bailout process. Greece would receive a bailout of around €7 billion in new rescue loans. The breakthrough following a long impasse over multiple issues on the bailout cleared the way for the release of the next tranche of funds crucial to Greece’s economic revival.
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Last week, Greece entered into a preliminary deal with creditors on economic reforms, requiring the country to incorporate pension and tax reforms. Creditors demanded Greece to pass a law that would pave the way for the implementation of these reforms, latest by 2019 and 2020, respectively. The Eurozone’s President Jeroen Dijsselbloem indicated the agreement is a giant step forward as it could lead to the IMF’s participation in the bailout program.
Uncertainty surrounding the IMF’s participation in the program had stalled Greece’s bailout talks over the last few months as some Eurozone creditors were adamant on the agency’s participation. Meanwhile, investors were getting increasingly jittery ahead of the €6 billion debt repayment due by Greece in July. This was ascribed to snail-paced progress in bailout talks weighing heavily on Greece’s ability to pay back the debt on time.
Wednesday, February 01, 2017
It’s reporting season, that time of year when Skaffold re-rates company fundamentals. New companies will rise to A1, and some top-rated companies will fall from grace.
Skaffold’s free reporting season calendar is your go-to place for ASX company reporting dates.
G.U.D. Holdings, Downer EDI and Tabcorp Holdings kick off the season this week. The bulk of companies will report in February.
Check out Skaffold’s 2017 Interim Reporting Season Calendar now and find out when your companies are scheduled to report.