Haier Electronics Group Co., (1169)
Haier Electronics Group Co., Ltd. is a home appliance manufacturer company, which engages in the research, development, production, and sale of washing machines and water heaters. It also engages in the integrated channel services business for other home appliance products, such as refrigerators, televisions and air-conditioners of both Haier and non-Haier brands. It operates through the following segments: Washing Machine, Water Heater, and Integrated Channel Services. The Washing Machine segment manufactures and sells top load, front load, agitator and dual-drive washing machines. The Water Heater segment manufactures and sells various types of water heaters, including electric, gas, solar and gas boilers in the mechanical, electric and network-based categories. The Integrated Channel Services segment provides logistics, after-sale and other value-added consumer services, as well as sells and distributes home appliances and other products procured from Haier affiliates and other external parties. Its brands include Casarte, Haier and Leader. The company was founded on September 23, 1997 and is headquartered in Hong Kong.
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Monday, July 31, 2017
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Monday, March 06, 2017
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Monday, March 06, 2017
• US equities finish higher as markets anticipate interest rate hike in March.
• Weakness in euro and pound against USD, and encouraging economic sentiments uplifts European equities.
• Asian equities decline owing to strengthening USD amid fear of possibility of US interest rate hike in March.
Monday, January 16, 2017
• Volatility in US markets return at onset of political transition and beginning of earnings season.
• European markets show mixed performance.
• The stream of negative news flow from China continues with foreign currency reserves falling to USD 3 trillion, and 2016 trade showing decline in exports for second year in a row.
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