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Shanghai Electric Group Co Ltd (2727.HK)

2727.HK on Hong Kong Stock

4.08HKD
24 Mar 2017
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About

Shanghai Electric Group Company Limited is principally engaged in design, manufacture and distribution of electric power and industrial equipment. The Company’s main business is new energy business, including the manufacture and sale of wind turbines and components and nuclear power equipment; efficient and clean energy... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.15
Market Cap(Mil.): HK$111,476.10
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 13,431.16
Dividend: --
Yield (%): --

Financials

  2727.HK Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 23.54 28.04 27.69
EPS (TTM): 0.17 -- --
ROI: 7.42 4.56 5.87
ROE: 4.78 9.13 8.90

BRIEF-Shanghai Electric buys equity, property assets via share issue

* Says it plans to buy stakes in Shanghai Prime Machinery Co Ltd, Thales Saic Transportation, Shanghai Electric Group Property for 3.8 billion yuan ($555.43 million) via share issue

Nov 14 2016

China's Shanghai Electric to buy $1.77 bln stake in Pakistani power company

KARACHI, Pakistan, Oct 30 China's Shanghai Electric power company will buy a controlling stake in K-Electric, a power generation and distribution company in Pakistan's largest city, for $1.77 billion, K-Electric's parent company announced in a statement on Sunday.

Oct 30 2016

Germany stalls Chinese takeover of Aixtron, citing security worries

FRANKFURT/BERLIN The German government has withdrawn its approval for a Chinese takeover of chip equipment maker Aixtron , citing security concerns and throwing up an unexpected hurdle for a 670-million-euro ($728 million) deal on the home stretch.

Oct 24 2016

UPDATE 4-Germany stalls Chinese takeover of Aixtron, citing security worries

* Berlin concerned over series of deals for German tech firms

Oct 24 2016

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