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Shun Tak Holdings Ltd (0242.HK)

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Shun Tak Holdings Posts FY Profit Attributable Of HK$1.45 Bln
Tuesday, 27 Mar 2018 

March 27 (Reuters) - Shun Tak Holdings Ltd <0242.HK>::RECOMMENDED A FINAL DIVIDEND OF HK6.0 CENTS PER SHARE.FY ‍REVENUE HK$6.39 BILLION VERSUS HK$3.85 BILLION.FY‍ PROFIT ATTRIBUTABLE HK$1.45 BILLION VERSUS LOSS OF HK$587.1 MILLION.  Full Article

Shun Tak Holdings Announces ‍Formation Of JV With Committed Capital US$500 Mln
Wednesday, 3 Jan 2018 

Jan 3 (Reuters) - Shun Tak Holdings Ltd <0242.HK>::ANNOUNCES ‍ FORMATION OF JOINT VENTURE WITH TOTAL COMMITTED CAPITAL FOR JV CO US$500 MILLION​.‍UNIT TO BE INTERESTED IN 30% EQUITY INTEREST IN JV CO AND ITS COMMITMENT TO JV CO IS US$150 MILLION​.  Full Article

Shun Tak holdings updates on ticketing agreement with MPEL
Friday, 7 Oct 2016 

Shun Tak Holdings Ltd <0242.HK> : Stctsml entered into ticketing agreement with mpel to regulate sale of ferry tickets by stctsml to mce group . Term ticketing agreement will take effect from 7 october 2016 until 31 december 2018 Source (http://bit.ly/2dYwnQ7) Further company coverage: [0242.HK] ((Bangalore.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com;)).  Full Article

Shun Tak reports HY unaudited loss of HK$53 mln<0242.HK>
Tuesday, 30 Aug 2016 

Shun Tak Holdings Ltd <0242.HK>: Hold-2016 interim results announcement . HY unaudited loss attributable to owners of the company for the period was HK$53 million . Board has resolved not to declare an interim dividend in respect of the six months ended 30 June 2016 . HY revenue HK$1.87 billion versus HK$2.13 billion .It is expected that dividend income will remain constricted in the short to medium terms.  Full Article

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Macau gaming industry 'father' Stanley Ho to retire as SJM chairman

HONG KONG Macau gambling pioneer Stanley Ho, one of Asia's richest men, will retire as chairman of SJM Holdings Ltd at its forthcoming annual general meeting on June 12, the casino operator said in a filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange.