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ANTA Sports Products Ltd (2020.HK)

2020.HK on Hong Kong Stock

22 Jan 2019
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ANTA Sports Products Limited is principally engaged in the manufacture and trading of sporting goods, including footwear, apparel and accessories in the Mainland China. The Company focuses on sportswear market in China with a brand portfolio, including ANTA, ANTA KIDS, FILA, FILA KIDS and NBA. Through its subsidiaries, the... (more)


Beta: 0.63
Market Cap(Mil.): HK$89,527.92
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 2,684.50
Dividend: 0.41
Yield (%): 2.25


  2020.HK Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 26.79 20.65 19.43
EPS (TTM): 1.24 -- --
ROI: 24.67 11.92 10.63
ROE: 24.43 14.30 12.80

Anta Sports kicks off China M&A

* Loans: International banks dominant in 2019’s first Chinese acquisition loan

11 Jan 2019

Breakingviews - Anta deal would be a marathon not a sprint

HONG KONG (Reuters Breakingviews) - Making a success of buying Finland’s Amer Sports would be a marathon not a sprint for Anta Sports Products. The Chinese suitor’s stock has suffered since it approached the owner of winter gear brands Salomon and Arc’teryx in September with a $5.3 billion cash offer. Shareholders may be worried about the high price and the prospect of initially lower margins and dividends, but the company’s experience with Fila suggests the deal could pay off.

19 Nov 2018

European stocks tumble as geopolitical and trade risks multiply

MILAN/LONDON A recovery in European shares stalled on Tuesday as a trade dispute between Washington and Beijing weighed on the market and investors seized on China's demand for sanctions from the World Trade Organisation as a reason to take the market lower.

11 Sep 2018

China's ANTA Sports logs record half-year profit

HONG KONG, Aug 14 ANTA Sports Products Ltd reported a record half-year profit on Tuesday as its online and offline businesses expanded further on strong growth momentum in China's sports sector.

14 Aug 2018

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