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Coal, Industrial Metals, & Chemicals topped January's Basic Materials sector for gains and for yield, calculated 1/18/18. (13-1)
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China shares on Tuesday were trying to extend a rally to an eighth straight day and were up at midday, helped by gains for consumer and healthcare firms. At 04:03 GMT, the Shanghai Composite index was up 2.76 points or 0.08 per cent at 3,412.24.
We recently published several articles analyzing the value of Remark Holdings' (NASDAQ: MARK) assets including its Sharecare.com stake (see article here), Kankan Artificial Intelligence data platform (see article here) and other assets including Vegas.com and domain centric businesses IRS.com, Bikini.com, Banks.com etc. in a "sum of the parts" analysis (see article here). In the last article we established a valuation range of $17-$25 based on a sum of the parts and discussed several potential catalysts that could push the stock price to those levels. (4-2)
Hong Kong's benchmark stock index rose for a 10th session in a row on Monday, aided by bullish sentiment in global equity markets, and inbound investment from the mainland. Asian shares crept toward all-time peaks on Monday after Wall Street boasted its best start to a year in over a decade, with brisk economic growth and benign inflation proving a potent cocktail for risk appetite. (1-0)
China’s main share indexes rose on Monday morning and were on track to climb for a seventh straight session, boosted by robust gains for real estate firms as major developers reported stellar 2017 sales. The indexes were at their highest in six weeks.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong stocks rose for a ninth straight session on Friday, aided by strong gains by real estate firms, and the benchmark Hang Seng Index closed at a 10-year high. Chinese appetite for Hong Kong equities, ample cash supply and optimism over share reforms could propel the city's benchmark stock index up as much as 15 percent this year, after an already bullish run in 2017, fund managers and analysts say.
Hong Kong's benchmark stock index rose for the seventh straight session on Thursday, hitting a fresh 10-year high and pacing gains in Asian markets as solid United States and German economic data boosted sentiment. (1-0)
China and Hong Kong stocks extended gains on Thursday, aided by data showing Chinese services sector activity grew at its best pace in more than three years in December. China's services sector activity expanded in December on solid growth in new business, with the outlook improving to a six-month high, a private sector survey showed on Thursday.
90 U.S. stocks displayed 10%+ forward yield, $3-$33 prices, and $100M+ market caps as of December 28. Yields above 12.61% narrowed the list to 30 for comparison. (19-1)
Coal, Chemicals, and Minerals topped December's Basic Materials sector for gains and for yield, calculated 12/13/17. (12-0)
90 U.S. Exchange stocks displayed 10%+ forward yield, $3-$33 prices, and $100M+ market caps as of November 28. Yields above 13.1% narrowed the list to 30 for comparison. (30-1)
Hong Kong shares closed lower on Monday, as investors largely shrugged off data showing profits at China's industrial firms continued to grow at a robust pace last month despite a slight cooling from a sizzling September.
Coal, Gold, Wood Chips, and Chemicals, topped November's Basic Materials sector for gains while Synthos Chemical was top dog by yield, calculated 11/10/17. (14-0)
Investors piled into financial stocks, betting Beijing’s move to widen foreign access to its giant financial sector would attract fresh foreign capital inflows, and push up the valuations of Chinese lenders, insurers and brokerages. — Reuters picSHANGHAI, Nov 13 — China stocks rose today morning, led by banks, as excitement over financial deregulation unveiled last week continued to boost sentiment, mitigating wider concerns about higher corporate borrowing costs amid rising bond yields.