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MTR Corp Ltd (0066.HK)

0066.HK on Hong Kong Stock

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21 Aug 2019
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MTR Corp Sees Charge Of HK$2.43 Bln In HY From Hung Hom Incidents, Among Others
Thursday, 18 Jul 2019 

July 18 (Reuters) - MTR Corp Ltd <0066.HK>::WILL MAKE A PROVISION OF HK$2 BILLION IN ITS CONSOLIDATED PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT FOR SIX MONTHS.SEES TOTAL CHARGE FOR SIX MONTHS OF HK$2.43 BILLION FROM HUNG HOM INCIDENTS & FIRST MTR SOUTH WESTERN TRAINS.CO & GOVERNMENT TO CONTINUE DISCUSSIONS TO REACH SETTLEMENT IN RELATION TO HUNG HOM INCIDENTS & RESPECTIVE FUNDING OBLIGATIONS.  Full Article

China Merchants Land Updates On Tender For Property Development In Hong Kong
Thursday, 25 Apr 2019 

April 25 (Reuters) - China Merchants Land Ltd <0978.HK>::CHINA MERCHANTS LAND LTD UPDATES ON TENDER FOR PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT IN HONG KONG.SKY CASTLE LIMITED RECEIVED ACCEPTANCE LETTER FROM MTR CORPORATION STATING TENDER FOR PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT WAS ACCEPTED.  Full Article

MTR's Unit Obtains Service Contract Worth HK$5.7 Bln For Light Rapid Transit Line in Macau
Wednesday, 11 Apr 2018 

April 11 (Reuters) - MTR Corp Ltd <0066.HK>::SAYS UNIT OBTAINS OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE ASSISTANCE SERVICES CONTRACT WORTH ABOUT HK$5.7 BILLION ($726.14 million) FOR MACAU LIGHT RAPID TRANSIT TAIPA LINE.SAYS THE CONTRACT COVERS AN 80-MONTH SERVICE PERIOD.  Full Article

MTR Corp Posts FY Profit Attributable Of HK$16.82 Bln
Thursday, 8 Mar 2018 

March 8 (Reuters) - MTR Corp Ltd <0066.HK>::FY TOTAL REVENUE OF GROUP HK$55.44 BILLION, UP 22.7 PERCENT.FINAL ORDINARY DIVIDEND OF HK$0.87 PER SHARE RECOMMENDED.FY PROFIT ATTRIBUTABLE HK$16.82 BILLION VERSUS HK$10.25 BILLION ‍​."EXPRESS RAIL LINK ON TARGET TO COMPLETE IN Q3 OF 2018".SUBJECT TO MARKET CONDITIONS, CO AIMS TO TENDER OUT 4 PROPERTY PACKAGES TOTALLING ABOUT 4,200 RESIDENTIAL UNITS IN NEXT 12 MONTHS.  Full Article

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More Hong Kong companies say business impacted by mass protests

HONG KONG Conglomerate Swire Pacific became the latest major Hong Kong company to voice concern about the impact of protests in the city on business activity, saying they are having direct and indirect impact on demand on a number of its businesses.