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Top 50 Real Estate Stocks Fetch Up To 19.7% Yields And 75.29% Net Gains To January 2019

2018-01-31 seekingalpha
Colony led by net-gains and estimated price-growth as Chinese Estates led by yield. Top ten gainers, DX, STWD, MFA, MTGE, CHMI, WRI, EARN, SIR, GMRE, & CLNS ranged 20.7%-72.29%. (28-1)

Top 50 Real Estate Stocks Fetch Up To 19.7% Yields & 75.29% Net Gains To January 2019

2018-01-31 seekingalpha
Colony led by net-gains and estimated price-growth as Chinese Estates led by yield. Top ten gainers, DX, STWD, MFA, MTGE, CHMI, WRI, EARN, SIR, GMRE, & CLNS ranged 20.7%-72.29%. (28-0)

85 10%+ Yield Dividend Stocks: Stonemore, Uniti, American Shipping & China Dongxiang Top Broker Target Gains To February 2019

2018-01-29 seekingalpha
85 U.S. stocks displayed 10%+ forward yield, $2+ prices, and $100M+ market caps as of 1/26/18. Yields above 12.60% narrowed the list to 30 for comparison. (17-1)

Shorting China's Dark Horses - Bloomberg Gadfly

2017-11-20 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. (18-0)

Li Ka-shing sells The Center in US$5.15 billion record deal to trim his flagship’s Hong Kong assets

2017-11-01 scmp
The buyer is a consortium of Hong Kong investors and Chinese buyers led by Beijing-based China Energy Reserve & Chemicals Group, sources said. (5-1)

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

2017-10-04 reuters
Oct 4 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 0930 GMT on Wednesday: (25-1)

Mandarin Oriental pulls sale of Hong Kong’s Excelsior Hotel after bids failed to meet expectations

2017-09-27 scmp
Mandarin Oriental International has decided to withdraw the disposal of its iconic hotel Excelsior in Causeway Bay, after the bidders failed to submit a proposal that met expectations and transaction requirements.

China's Curbs, Debt Woes Bring Developers Crashing Back to Earth - Bloomberg

2017-09-26 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world.

Mandarin Oriental shares surge 21pc as it receives potential buyers for Excelsior Hotel

2017-09-15 scmp
Shares of Mandarin Oriental International surged more than 20 per cent on Friday after the company announced it has received proposals from potential purchasers to acquire its iconic Excelsior Hotel in Causeway Bay.

Chinese Estates issues first-half profit warning, as rental income falls

2017-08-11 scmp
Hong Kong landlord expects net profit to drop between 8pc and 18pc, with revenue to slump between 60pc and 70pc

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

2017-07-19 reuters
July 19 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 1340 GMT on Wednesday:

Chinese Estates builds 5pc stake in Evergrande for US$1.04b since April

2017-07-19 scmp
Chinese Estates Holdings, controlled by Hong Kong property tycoon Joseph Lau Luen-hung’s wife Chan Hoi-wan, has accumulated about 5 per cent of China Evergrande Group since April on the open market, it confirmed in a filing on Wednesday, for a total of HK$8.1 billion (US$1.04 billion).

The secret to Hong Kong tycoons’ success in one word: diversify

2017-06-29 scmp
Where and how fortunes were made very much charted how quickly they grew their billions in the two decades since Hong Kong returned to Chinese power in 1997. (0-1)

Central London property retains allure, amidst inconclusive national election result, fund says

2017-06-13 scmp
Last week’s British election, which failed to deliver a single party with a majority mandate, offers up a murky picture of the road ahead, but one which shouldn’t deter those seeking an opportunity to enter the London real estate market, according to one long term advisor who manages £500 million of property investments across the UK.

Chinese Estates’ subsidiary pockets HK$26m windfall profit from fast trades in Evergrande

2017-05-31 scmp
Chinese Estates, the Hong Kong developer once controlled by Joseph Lau, show itself an agile trader in China Evergrande