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Sands China Ltd (1928.HK)

1928.HK on Hong Kong Stock

36.50HKD
2 Dec 2016
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About

Sands China Ltd. is an investment holding company principally engaged in the development and operation of integrated resorts in Macao. The Company operates many places, including gaming areas, meeting space, convention and exhibition halls, retail and dining areas and entertainment venues. The Company operates its business... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.00
Market Cap(Mil.): HK$307,886.09
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 8,070.41
Dividend: 1.00
Yield (%): 5.22

Financials

  1928.HK Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 31.99 86.78 25.68
EPS (TTM): 1.19 -- --
ROI: -- 5.54 9.09
ROE: -- 13.06 12.60

Macau gambling revenue rises a second month after two-year decline

HONG KONGThe world's biggest casino hub of Macau posted a better than expected 7.4 percent rise in gambling revenue in September, marking the second consecutive month of growth after more than two years of decline, as new resorts spur spending in the southern Chinese territory.

Oct 01 2016

Macau approves 150 tables for new Sands casino resort

HONG KONG Macau casino operator Sands China Ltd said on Monday the government has granted 150 gaming tables for its $3 billion casino resort, a figure analysts said will be sufficient to support its revenues in the world's biggest casino hub.

Sep 04 2016

Macau approves 150 tables for new Sands casino resort

HONG KONG, Sept 5 Macau casino operator Sands China Ltd said on Monday the government has granted 150 gaming tables for its $3 billion casino resort, a figure analysts said will be sufficient to support its revenues in the world's biggest casino hub.

Sep 04 2016

UPDATE 1-Macau gambling revenue breaks 2-yr downward trend with 1 pct August rise

HONG KONG, Sept 1 Macau, the world's biggest casino hub, posted a 1.1 percent rise in gambling revenue in August, the first positive monthly year-over-year growth in more than two years, after the opening of Wynn Macau's $4 billion resort in the southern Chinese territory.

Sep 01 2016

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