China Jinmao Holdings Group (817)
China Jinmao Holdings Group Ltd. operates as an investment holding company, which engages in the development, investment, and operation of real estate projects. The company focuses on commercial property development, hotel operations, and property leasing. It operates through the following segments: City and Property Development, Commercial Leasing and Retail Operations, Hotel Operations, and Others. The City and Property Development segment involves in the developing of city complexes, properties, and land. The Commercial Leasing and Retail Operations segment offers leases office and retail commercial premises. The Hotel Operations segment includes hotel accommodation services, food, and beverages. The Others segment comprises the provision of property management, design, decoration services, and operation of an observation deck. The company was founded on June 2, 2004 and is headquartered in Hong Kong.
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Blog posts that reference China Jinmao Holdings Group:
Monday, September 04, 2017
Investing can be a volatile ride, the last few days have reminded us.
The last few days have also reminded us why holding international equities is often beneficial for Australian investors – the Australian dollar acts as a shock absorber on returns when volatility hits, which is exactly the opposite effect that international investors get investing in Australian stocks.
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
According to a recent report from Roy Morgan research titled ‘Retail perspectives: different way of rating Australia’s clothing stores’, it all depends on how you look at it.
Different retailers distinguish themselves in different ways. Some boast higher customer numbers, others take a higher share of total dollars spent, yet others stand out for the average amount their customers spend per item.
Its interesting research, especially when you compare Wesfarmers, Woolworths and Myer’s fundamentals in Skaffold.
Thursday, December 19, 2013
Since the start of November 2013 the stock market has fallen 345 points to 5096. We have also had negative announcements from Forge (FGE), Codan (CDA), QBE Insurance (QBE) and now Wotif (WTF).
Are we headed for a market crash? Is the “bubble” about to burst? Roger Montgomery shared his thoughts on what the coming year holds for investors at Skaffold's recent webinar.
Thursday, August 16, 2012
Skaffold's Member Experience Expert, Jeremy Wilson, reviews five stocks nominated by the Skaffold community live in Skaffold. Jeremy also reveals up to three years of Skaffold's intrinsic valuations for Credit Corp (CCP), Commonwealth Bank (CBA), Telstra (TLS), CSL Limited (CSL) and Monadelphous (MND).