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Luyin Investment Group Co Ltd (600784.SS)

600784.SS on Shanghai Stock Exchange

4.88CNY
21 Sep 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Luyin Investment To Sell Up To 20 Million Shares In Valiant Within 12 Months
Monday, 8 Jan 2018 

Jan 8 (Reuters) - Luyin Investment Group Co Ltd <600784.SS>::SAYS IT PLANS TO SELL UP TO 20 MILLION SHARES IN VALIANT <<<002643.SZ>>> WITHIN 12 MONTHS.  Full Article

Luyin Investment Group and unit to sell stake in two firms
Thursday, 7 Dec 2017 

Dec 7(Reuters) - Luyin Investment Group Co Ltd <600784.SS>:Says co plans to sell 100 percent stake in co's Dezhou-based textile unit through listing on equity exchange, for no less than 41 million yuan.Says co's real estate development unit plans to sell 90 percent stake in Qingdao-based real estate company through listing on equity exchange for no less than 93.8 million yuan, and buyer needs to accept debt and interest of about 398.3 million yuan in total.  Full Article

Luyin Investment Group receives judgment of first instance
Wednesday, 22 Nov 2017 

Nov 22(Reuters) - Luyin Investment Group Co Ltd <600784.SS>:Says co received judgment of first instance regarding a contract disputes lawsuit filed by the co against an individual (defendant).Says defendant was ordered to pay 32.6 million yuan to the co and to burden lawsuit related costs of 209,831 yuan.  Full Article

China stocks take a breather; Hong Kong up

SHANGHAI, July 10 China stocks slipped on Tuesday after a strong rebound the previous session, as trade war fears lingered. ** The CSI300 index fell 0.2 percent, to 3,453.06 points at the end of the morning session, while the Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.1 percent, to 2,813.71 points. ** Major Chinese ports have started clearing goods from the United States on Monday, as new tariffs on U.S. imports have gone into effect, three sources told Reuters, as a trade spat between Beijing