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Emperor Watch & Jewellery Ltd (0887.HK)

0887.HK on Hong Kong Stock

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25 May 2017
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Emperor Watch & Jewellery says FY net loss HK$64.8 mln
Thursday, 16 Mar 2017 06:41am EDT 

Emperor Watch & Jewellery Ltd <0887.HK>: FY net loss for year narrowed to HK$64.8 million versus loss of HK$120.1 million . No dividend was paid or recommended for payment during year ended 31 Dec 2016 .FY revenue HK$3.64 billion versus HK$4.43 billion.  Full Article

Emperor Watch & Jewellery enters consignment agreement
Friday, 4 Nov 2016 07:03am EDT 

Emperor Watch & Jewellery Ltd <0887.HK> : company entered into new consignment agreement with Albert Yeung . deal for renewal of continuing connected transactions under existing consignment agreement .Group may consider accepting consignment jewellery items from members of Yeung family for sale.  Full Article

Emperor Watch & Jewellery issues profit warning<0887.HK>
Friday, 29 Jul 2016 05:25am EDT 

Emperor Watch & Jewellery Ltd <0887.HK>: Profit warning <0887.HK> . Says expects to record an increase in net loss by not more than 30% for the six months ended 30 June 2016 . Increase in net loss was mainly attributable to a decline in revenue .  Full Article

Emperor Watch & Jewellery issues FY 2015 profit outlook
Friday, 22 Jan 2016 05:18am EST 

Emperor Watch & Jewellery Ltd:Says expects to record a consolidated loss for the year ended 31 December 2015.Loss is mainly attributable to a decrease in revenue.  Full Article

Emperor Watch & Jewellery Ltd gives H1 2015 loss outlook
Friday, 24 Jul 2015 07:01am EDT 

Emperor Watch & Jewellery Ltd:Says based on the information currently available and preliminary review on the unaudited consolidated management accounts.Expects the group to record a consolidated loss for H1 2015 as compared with a consolidated profit for H1 2014.Such consolidated loss is mainly attributable to a decline in revenue as a result of, a decline in foot traffic largely due to the strong Hong Kong dollar and unfavourable Hong Kong tourism environment following local protest in the previous year.  Full Article

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