HK's property developers are locked in a price war as measures to cool its expensive real estate markets force them to impose discounts to hit sales targets.» Read More
Anthonia Hui, CEO of Al Wealth Partners says that patriarchs should be running their businesses professionally rather than sticking solely to dynastic successions. She explains why.
News that Sun Hung Kai’s billionaire co-chairmen have been charged for bribery has cast a pall over the stock and prompted a downgrade from Barclays on Monday, as investors continue to weigh the extent of the fallout from the scandal on Asia's largest developer.
Francis Lun, Managing Director, Lyncean Holdings says despite the personal sideshows behind Sun Hung Kai, the company remains solid as it continues to sell at premiums to the market.
Adrian Ngan, Executive Director, Real Estate Sector, Citic Securities explains why he remains positive on Sun Hung Kai Properties despite the graft scandal.
Peter Churchouse, Chairman & MD, Portwood Capital says the appointment of Adam Kwok, the son of Thomas Kwok, and Edward Kwok, the son of Raymond Kwok as alternate directors to their fathers will cast some doubt for investors.
While the corruption case against the joint chairmen of Asia’s biggest developer Hong Kong’s Sun Hung Kai Properties will lead to share price volatility over the next 12 months, analysts say the company remains a buy based on its high-quality asset base and solid income stream.
Shares of Sun Hung Kai Properties, Asia’s largest real estate developer, tumbled 12 percent on Friday after the company’s billionaire owners were arrested on suspicion of corruption.
Asian markets fell on Wednesday after China's central bank raised interest rates for the second time in just over six weeks to rein in stubbornly high inflation. Chinese property and resource counters remained under pressure.
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