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First Pacific Co Ltd (0142.HK)

0142.HK on Hong Kong Stock

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19 Aug 2019
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About

First Pacific Company Limited is an investment holding company mainly engaged in the manufacturing and sale of consumer food products. Along with subsidiaries, the Company operates its business through four segments. The Consumer Food Products segment is involved in the production and sale of consumer food products through PT... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.87
Market Cap(Mil.): HK$27,354.52
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 4,341.99
Dividend: 0.08
Yield (%): 2.14

Financials

  0142.HK Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 32.33 21.94 38.68
EPS (TTM): 0.19 -- --
ROI: 5.00 11.91 55.93
ROE: 3.24 15.25 65.79

Philippines' Metro Pacific's hospital stake draws over a dozen potential buyers

MANILA/SINGAPORE Metro Pacific Investments Corp has received interest from many potential buyers for a minority stake in its hospital unit, which could be valued at up to $2.5 billion in the largest healthcare deal in the Philippines.

01 Aug 2019

UPDATE 2-Philippines' Metro Pacific's hospital stake draws over a dozen potential buyers

* Dealmaking picks up in hospital sector (Adds details, fund manager and executives' quotes)

01 Aug 2019

Philippines' Metro Pacific eyes $2 billion valuation in hospital unit stake sale

MANILA Philippines' Metro Pacific Investments Corp expects its hospital unit to be valued at $2 billion as it sells a minority stake in the healthcare group, its chairman said on Wednesday.

19 Jun 2019

Philippines' Metro Pacific eyes $2 bln valuation in hospital unit stake sale

MANILA, June 19 Philippines' Metro Pacific Investments Corp expects its hospital unit to be valued at $2 billion as it sells a minority stake in the healthcare group, its chairman said on Wednesday.

19 Jun 2019
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