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HKC Holdings updates on disposal of share capital of HKC Guilin Expressway<0190.HK>
Thursday, 26 May 2016 06:44am EDT 

HKC Holdings Ltd <0190.HK>: Discloseable transaction - disposal of the entire issued share capital of HKC Guilin Expressway Limited and the shareholder's loan <0190.HK> . Faithful investments, cornerstone holdings and company entered sale and purchase agreement . Final consideration for the sale share and the shareholder's loan paid by the purchaser amounted to RMB332.1 million . Upon completion, group ceased to hold any equity interest in the target company and the project company .  Full Article

HKC (Holdings) Ltd issues FY 2015 profit warning
Tuesday, 8 Mar 2016 04:34am EST 

HKC (Holdings) Ltd:Says expecting to record a larger loss attributable to equity holders for the year ended 31 December 2015.The net loss attributable to equity holders for the year ended 31 December 2015 would increase by about 470%.Expected result due to a decrease in the fair value of the group's investment properties under construction in Shanghai.  Full Article

HKC Holdings Ltd gives FY 2014 loss guidance
Wednesday, 18 Mar 2015 06:30am EDT 

HKC Holdings Ltd:Is expecting an overall loss for FY 2014.  Full Article

HKC (Holdings) Ltd does not declare dividend
Wednesday, 20 Aug 2014 08:00pm EDT 

HKC (Holdings) Ltd:Says no dividend has been declared/recommended for the period ended June 30 (2013 - Nil).  Full Article

HKC (Holdings) Ltd gives H1 2014 earnings guidance
Tuesday, 5 Aug 2014 06:07am EDT 

HKC (Holdings) Ltd:Expects to record a larger loss for H1 2014 as compared to the unaudited consolidated net loss for H1 2013.Larger loss was largely the result of lower than expected demand for the Group’s properties for sale as a result of PRC governmental measures to reduce demand for residential properties; and an impairment loss on residential properties as a result of the reduced demand.  Full Article