News: Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd (0016.HK)

0016.HK on Hong Kong Stock

115.60HKD
31 Oct 2014
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Fri, Sep 12 2014

RPT-UPDATE 1-Sun Hung Kai Properties' profit driven up by strong demand

* Firm sets 2015 sales target for HK and China at HK$32 bln

Hong Kong shares fall on US interest rate worry, China mixed on credit data

* Sun Hung Kai Properties slips ahead of earnings (Updates to midday)

Hong Kong property sub-index hits 14-month high ahead of earnings

HONG KONG, July 30 - Hong Kong's property sub-index climbed to a 14-month high on Wednesday, lifted by Cheung Kong Holdings and Sun Hung Kai Properties, as investors bet on a solid performance for first-half earnings.

Sun Hung Kai units win two sites in HK for $540 mln

HONG KONG, July 9 - Units of Hong Kong's largest developer Sun Hung Kai Properties won two residential sites in the city for HK$4.19 billion ($540.67 million), the government said on Wednesday.

BRIEF-Sun Hung Kai Properties' units win two residential sites for HK$4.19 bln

* Says two units of Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd win two residential sites in Tin Shui Wai for about HK$4.19 billion ($540.67 million)

Ex-Hong Kong official took secret payments from tycoons, trial told

HONG KONG - Prosecutors in Hong Kong's largest corruption trial opened their case on Thursday with details of what they described as "concealed and disguised" payments made to a former top civil servant by property tycoons seeking government favor.

Ex-Hong Kong official took secret payments from tycoons, trial told

HONG KONG, June 5 - Prosecutors in Hong Kong's largest corruption trial opened their case on Thursday with details of what they described as "concealed and disguised" payments made to a former top civil servant by property tycoons seeking government favour.

Billionaire brothers plead not guilty as mammoth Hong Kong graft case begins

HONG KONG - Billionaire brothers Thomas and Raymond Kwok, co-chairmen of Asia's largest developer, Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd, pleaded not guilty on Thursday in Hong Kong's biggest corruption case since the anti-graft agency was formed 40 years ago.

New Issue-Sun Hung Kai Properties prices S$320 mln 2021 bond

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UPDATE 1-Billionaire brothers plead not guilty as mammoth Hong Kong graft case begins

* Defendants confirm not guilty pleas on corruption charges

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