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Skycity Entertainment Group Ltd (SKC.NZ)

SKC.NZ on New Zealand Stock Exchange

0.00NZD
15 Aug 2018
Change (% chg)

$-4.17 (-100.00%)
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175,000
Avg. Vol
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$4.20
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SKYCITY Entertainment Group Limited operates in gaming/entertainment, hotel and convention, hospitality, recreation, and tourism sectors. The Company's segments are SKYCITY Auckland that includes casino operations, hotels and convention, food and beverage, carparking, Sky Tower and other related activities, and excludes... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.32
Market Cap(Mil.): $2,495.04
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 674.34
Dividend: 0.10
Yield (%): 5.41

Financials

  SKC.NZ Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 54.05 45.35 19.05
EPS (TTM): 0.07 -- --
ROI: 2.14 9.72 10.69
ROE: 4.11 22.88 12.84

UPDATE 2-NZ's SkyCity posts record FY profit as Chinese betters splurge

* Forecasts slightly lower profit in FY19 due to higher tax burden

Aug 08 2018

NZ's SkyCity annual profit jumps about 10 percent

Aug 8 New Zealand casino operator SkyCity Entertainment Group on Wednesday posted about a 10 percent rise in underlying annual profit, helped by a recovery in its international business.

Aug 07 2018

UPDATE 2-NZ's SkyCity says convention centre construction delayed

May 1 New Zealand casino operator SkyCity Entertainment Group said on Tuesday construction of a convention centre would see fresh delays as it flagged a likely 3 percent growth in full-year core earnings.

Apr 30 2018

NZ's SkyCity sees 3 pct growth in full-year core earnings

May 1 New Zealand casino operator SkyCity Entertainment Group on Tuesday reported a 4.6 percent rise in year-to-date revenue, and said it expects about 3 percent growth in full-year core earnings.

Apr 30 2018

BRIEF-Skycity Entertainment Group Expects To Achieve Around 3 Pct Growth In Normalised Group EBITDA In FY18

* EXPECT TO ACHIEVE AROUND 3 PERCENT GROWTH IN NORMALISED GROUP EBITDA IN FY18 VERSUS PCP

Apr 30 2018

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