MTR Corporation (66)
MTR Corp. Ltd. engages in the management and provision of railway transit services. It operates through the following segments: Hong Kong Transport Operations; Hong Kong Station Commercial Businesses; Hong Kong Property Rental and Management Businesses; Hong Kong Property Development; Mainland of China and International Railway, Property Rental and Management Businesses; Mainland of China Property Development; and Other Businesses. The Hong Kong Transport Operations segment offers urban mass transit railway system, light rail and bus feeder, and intercity railway transport. The Hong Kong Station Commercial Businesses segment pertains to car parking spaces, telecommunications services, advertising promotions, and retail stores provided in railway stations. The Hong Kong Property Rental and Management Businesses segment includes estate management services in offices, shops, and car parks. The Hong Kong Property Development segment builds and markets locations near the railway stations. The Mainland of China and International Railway, Property Rental and Management Businesses segment engineers, operates, and maintains mass transit railway systems. The Mainland of China Property Development segment builds and owns real estate properties. The Other Businesses segment pertains to project management services and cable car operations. The company was founded in 1975 and is headquartered in Hong Kong.
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Blog posts that reference MTR Corporation:
Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Global Equity Markets in Review
§ Strong earnings aids Wall Street in maintaining its uptrend as most of the major stock indices edge higher
§ A dovish ECB, corporate earnings and political tension (in Spain) drive European markets
§ Political commotion weighs on Australia, while Japan, India and China surge higher
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).
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
In November 2016, OPEC members pledged to reduce their oil output by about 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd) for six months, starting January 2017. Subsequently, 11 non-OPEC oil producers, including Russia, teamed up with OPEC by agreeing to lower their output by 558,000 bpd.
The deal is in its fifth month, and OPEC members have showed better compliance compared with their efforts during the last such attempt in 2008–09. The latest survey by Reuters shows that OPEC’s oil production declined for a fourth consecutive month in April, as the world’s biggest oil exporter, Saudi Arabia, continued to maintain its oil production below the target level. However, higher-than-expected production by the UAE and Angola weighed on OPEC’s compliance, which slipped to 90% in April from a revised 92% in March.
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Emmanuel Macron, independent centrist and former investment banker, who had never fought an election before, won convincingly over far-right nationalist Marine Le Pen in the French presidential race. This proved to be a historic election in various aspects as neither candidate belonged to the traditional French parties. The unparalleled campaign was marked by scandal and repeated surprises.
According to the French interior ministry, Emmanuel Macron was elected French president with an estimated 66% votes, while rival Marine Le Pen managed to grab just 34% votes. At the age of 39, Macron becomes the country’s youngest president. France’s 47 million voters chose their president from among radically different platforms: the free-trade, the pro-EU policies of Macron’s En Marche! (Let’s Go!) party and the protectionist nationalism of Le Pen’s National Front.
Monday, April 03, 2017
• US equity markets rebound as investors shrug off last week’s political drama.
• European equities finish strong in spite of mixed macroeconomic data.
• Asian equities end mix on domestic as well as global cues.
Wednesday, March 01, 2017
2016 was a landmark year, as the world saw right wing populism gain momentum worldwide. The world is facing widespread discontent, evident from the shocking Brexit referendum and Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential elections. Europe, especially, saw one crisis unfold after another year long. In June 2016, the UK, a key member of the European Union (EU) stunned most global political pundits as the British voted to leave the EU. Moreover, Greece’s debt crisis and subsequent confrontations with European creditors fanned speculations of an imminent ‘Grexit’ throughout the year. Also, Italian PM Matteo Renzi had to step down after losing a referendum on constitutional reforms.
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.
Monday, February 06, 2017
• Dow Jones pushes above 20K (again), while Nasdaq closes at record high after a choppy trade during the week
• European equities decline during the week on mixed corporate earnings and tepid investor sentiment, despite an end-of-week surge
• Asian equities end the week lower.
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.
Friday, January 13, 2017
Just like most of us, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras must be looking forward to the New Year with new exuberance and optimism, as he seeks to bring the economy back on track. Greece is still struggling to recover from a decade-long debt crisis as it still heavily depends on its Eurozone creditors. The year 2017 is touted as a very crucial phase for Greece’s economy, especially after the strong fiscal discipline shown by the government (amid tumbling popularity due to austerity measures) in the most part of 2016.