Beijing Capital Internatinl Arprt Co (694)
Beijing Capital International Airport Co., Ltd. is engaged in the operation and management of the airport. It operates through two businesses: Aeronautical and Non-aeronautical. The Aeronautical business consists of aircraft landings and takeoffs, passenger service facilities, ground support, fire fighting and rescue services for domestic and foreign air transportation enterprises. The Non-aeronautical business includes ground handling agent services; duty free, retail shops, and restaurant operations; advertising spaces and property leasing, and car parking services. The company was founded in 1958 and is headquartered in Beijing, China.
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Friday, September 19, 2014
During a recent webinar Skaffold’s general manager Chris Batchelor CFA used the new look Skaffold to illustrate how he finds top quality Mid-Cap stocks.
When searching for fund managers, one stock rises to the top as having the highest forecast growth; Magellan Financial Services.
Friday, February 28, 2014
We’ve just finished the last week of February and the majority of ASX stocks have reported their interim or full year results.
We’ve just finished the last week of February and the majority of ASX stocks have reported their interim or full year results. A few to watch over the coming days is 2012 Money magazine top stock and Skaffold favourite Seymour Whyte (ASX:SWL), who released a positive sounding report recently, as did Flight Centre (ASX: FLT) and Blackmores (ASX:BKL).
A few to watch over the coming days is 2012 Money magazine top stock and Skaffold favourite Seymour Whyte (ASX:SWL), who released a positive sounding report recently, as did Flight Centre (ASX: FLT) and Blackmores (ASX:BKL).
Thursday, August 15, 2013
Since April 2011 Newcrest Mining (NCM) shareholders have been punished with a falling share price that has declined from more than $42.50 to $9.30. NCM released its full year results on 12 August. Revenues decreased 15% and the company reported Net Profit After Taxes of $5.78 billion. These poor results and less than impressive business performance resulted in NCM’s Skaffold’s Score falling from B3 to C4. A company rated C4 is not considered investment grade by Skaffold.
Financial results for Cochlear (COH), JB Hi-Fi (JBH), Tabcorp (TAH) and Coffey International (COF) are now available in Skaffold.
Friday, December 21, 2012
If you rely on income from your share portfolio, chances are you’re attracted to stocks that pay good dividends. The problem is a good dividend does not always equal good investment. Focusing on yield can be a trap. A company may have a high dividend yield because the share price is falling. And the share price may be falling for a very good reason. Poor and worsening economics – high debt, declining profits, negative cash flow – tend to lead to falling share prices. The secret is to find companies that pay “good” dividends.