Transport International Holdings (62)
Transport International Holdings Ltd. engages in the provision of franchised public bus and non-franchised transportation services. It operates through the following segments: Franchised Bus Operation, Media Sales Business, and Property holdings and Development. The Franchised Bus Operation segment offers franchised public transport services in Hong Kong. The Media Sales Business segment comprises of audio-video programming through multi-media on-board system and markets; advertising spaces on transportation vehicles, shelters, and outdoor signage. The Property holdings and Development segment develops and sells residential properties. The company was founded on October 20, 1997 and is headquartered in Hong Kong.
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Friday, October 27, 2017
Greece’s non-performing loans: A major hurdle to economic revival
As US President Donald Trump reaffirmed his commitment to Greece’s economic revival during Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ official visit to Washington, the country’s banking sector continues to struggle with the longstanding issue of excessive non-performing loans (NPLs).
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.
Tuesday, July 04, 2017
Long a staple of many Australian portfolios and super funds, the ‘Big Australian’ has significantly underperformed the ASX200 over the last few years. Culminating in an annus horribilis in 2015 that saw shareholder value fall by nearly half, BHP’s share price has since staged a strong recovery, and is currently trading around the $23-24 mark after climbing out of the $14 depths it reached in early 2016. Similarly, its 2017 dividend has been announced as 52c/share, comparing favourably with 2016’s disappointing 22c payout. Despite the near 100% rise in 2016, BHP has still significantly underperformed the broader SP/ASX200 index over the last few years.
Monday, June 26, 2017
• Wall street finished almost flat amid low oil prices.
• Most European markets move lower as Brexit negotiations begin.
• Asian markets finished divergent on account of domestic cues.
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Greece gets next tranche of funds, averts default
On Thursday (15 June, 2017), Greece and its European creditors struck a deal on the next phase of Greece’s bailout programme to finally make some progress in the months-long bickering over the next stage of the programme. Eurozone ministers and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) offered an 11th hour credit lifeline to the debt-ridden country, ensuring that it would not default on €7 billion of the debt repayment scheduled in July.
Monday, May 01, 2017
European equities rally following Macron’s entry in the second round of France’s presidential election
• US equity markets climb higher on account of upbeat corporate earnings.
• European equities rally following Macron’s entry in the second round of France’s presidential election.
• Largely positive global cues directs most Asian indices upwards.
Strong earnings and stable global cues power US equities higher
Wall Street finished the week in the green, as gains in the Technology, Industrials sectors and Consumer Services stocks pushed indices higher. The Dow Jones rose by 1.9%, the S&P 500 by 1.5%, and the NASDAQ added 2.3% to its value during the week. The week started on a positive note following the first round of France’s presidential elections, as Emmanuel Macron, a pro-EU candidate, won the most number of votes in Sunday’s election. Stocks continued to climb higher for most part of the week on the back of encouraging first quarter results, as McDonald’s Caterpillar, Amazon and DuPont all reported higher than expected earnings. During the week, Trump administration unveiled its tax reform plan that proposes to reduce the US tax rate on corporate pass-through business profits to 15% from 35%. Administration also proposed significant changes to personal taxes. The stock market took its time to digest the tax reform plan as Wall Street retreated briefly subsequent to the announcement. Moreover, US indices also suffered following the release of first quarter GDP data; US GDP grew at 0.7% in the first quarter of 2017, below the 1.2% rise estimated by economists. However, rally in the first part of the week more than made up for the second-half decline, as most indices finished the week higher.
Monday, April 10, 2017
• US equity markets decline as minutes from Fed’s March meeting concerns investors.
• European equities finish mixed on the back of diverse set of economic and political news.
• Stabilizing US dollar propelled most Asian equities higher.
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
• Relatively hawkish tone from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen underpins rally in financial stocks.
• European equities edge higher following strong performance in by US equities.
• Most of the Asian equities finished up on account of strong domestic economic data.
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