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Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited

0388.HK

Latest Trade

260.80HKD

Change

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Today's Range

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52 Week Range

222.00

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286.20

As of on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
260.80
Open
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Volume
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3M AVG Volume
81.73
Today's High
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Today's Low
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52 Week High
286.20
52 Week Low
222.00
Shares Out (MIL)
1,261.20
Market Cap (MIL)
337,497.50
Forward P/E
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Dividend (Yield %)
2.54

Next Event

Full Year 2019 Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd Earnings Release

Latest Developments

More

Hong Kong Government Appoints Directors To HKEx Board

HKEX Issues Guidance To Prepare For High Trading Volume Amid MSCI, FTSE Increasing China A-Shares Weighting

Hong Kong Exchanges And Clearing Says January Avg Daily Turnover For Securities Market HK$103.9 Bln

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About Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited is principally engaged in the operation of stock exchanges. The Company operates through five business segments. The Cash segment includes various equity products traded on the Cash Market platforms, the Shanghai Stock Exchange and the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. The Equity and Financial Derivatives segment includes derivatives products traded on Hong Kong Futures Exchange Limited (HKFE) and the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (SEHK) and other related activities. The Commodities segment includes the operations of the London Metal Exchange (LME). The Clearing segment includes the operations of various clearing houses, such as Hong Kong Securities Clearing Company Limited, the SEHK Options Clearing House Limited, HKFE Clearing Corporation Limited, over the counter (OTC) Clearing Hong Kong Limited and LME Clear Limited. The Platform and Infrastructure segment provides users with access to the platform and infrastructure of the Company.

Contact Info

12F, One International Finance Centre

1 Harbour View Street, Central

+852.null.25221122

http://www.hkexgroup.com/

Executive Leadership

May-Lung Cha

Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board

Xiaojia Li

Chief Executive, Executive Director

Bik Yun Lau

Group Chief Financial Officer

Matthew James Chamberlain

Chief Executive - The London Metal Exchange

Adrian John Winston Farnham

Chief Executive, LME Clear

Key Stats

2.41 mean rating - 17 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, HKD)

2016

11.1K

2017

13.2K

2018

15.9K

2019(E)

16.4K
EPS (HKD)

2016

4.750

2017

6.020

2018

7.480

2019(E)

7.596
Price To Earnings (TTM)
36.34
Price To Sales (TTM)
24.63
Price To Book (MRQ)
7.94
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
33.13
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
6.67
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
5.36
Return on Investment (TTM)
21.38
Return on Equity (TTM)
3.58

Latest News

Latest News

Coronavirus cancels London Metal Exchange's Asian event

The London Metal Exchange has cancelled its annual LME Asia Week dinner in Hong Kong, a major event for the metal industry, and postponed the seminar that would have taken place on the same day, the exchange said in a notice on Friday.

London Metal Exchange cancels LME Asia Week dinner due to coronavirus

The London Metal Exchange (LME) has cancelled its LME Asia Week dinner in Hong Kong and postponed the seminar that would have taken place during the same week because of the coronavirus, the exchange said in a notice on Friday.

LME Asia Week 2020 in Hong Kong may be delayed due to coronavirus

The London Metal Exchange's annual event in Hong Kong could be postponed due to the coronavirus, the exchange said in a statement on Thursday.

EU watchdog clashes with Britain over financial market rules

The European Union's markets watchdog asked its British counterpart on Thursday to ensure that ICE Futures Europe and the London Metal Exchange fully comply with the bloc's market transparency rules for commodity derivatives.

EU watchdog calls on Britain to enforce bloc's market rules

The European Union's markets watchdog said on Thursday it has asked its British counterpart to ensure that ICE Futures Europe and the London Metal Exchange fully comply with the bloc's market transparency rules for commodity derivatives.

LME to keep open-outcry closing prices after electronic trial

The London Metal Exchange (LME) will retain traditional open-outcry trading for closing prices after largely negative feedback from members about a trial that used electronic final prices, the exchange said on Wednesday.

Hong Kong to ease reporting rules for companies' results due to virus

Hong Kong's markets regulator and stock exchange will relax rules on how companies must publish their annual results in response to challenges caused by the newly identified coronavirus, they said in a joint statement on Tuesday.

Hong Kong to ease reporting rules for companies' results due to virus

Hong Kong's markets regulator and stock exchange will relax rules on how companies must publish their annual results in response to challenges caused by the newly identified coronavirus, they said in a joint statement on Tuesday.

Hong Kong to ease reporting rules for companies' results due to virus

Hong Kong's markets regulator and stock exchange will relax rules on how companies must publish their annual results in response to challenges caused by the newly identified coronavirus, they said in a joint statement on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Hong Kong exchange proposes allowing corporate weighted voting rights

The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong proposed allowing companies to hold shares that carry extra voting rights in new Hong Kong listings, in a consultation paper published Friday, an attempt to attract more innovative companies to the exchange.

Hong Kong bourse proposes allowing corporate weighted voting rights

The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong published proposals allowing companies to hold weighted voting rights in Hong Kong listed companies on Friday.

In bid to curb virus, China firms tell staff to work from home even after holidays end

Chinese corporate giants including Alibaba Group Holding <BABA.N> and Tencent Holdings Ltd <0700.HK> said they have asked staff to work from home for one week after an extended Lunar New Year break ends, seeking to limit the spread of a new flu-like virus.

Firms in China extend holidays, ask staff to work from home as virus spreads

Big businesses across China are temporarily shutting stores or advising staff to work from home, to guard against the spread of a flu-like virus as the tally of deaths rose to 80, with more than 2,700 people infected.

Lam courts Davos elite with dim sum, as Hong Kong scrambles to contain virus

With dim sum, cocktails and gold chocolate coins, Hong Kong wrapped up its Davos charm offensive confident the financial hub is back on track, even as officials fly home to tackle a deadly flu-like virus.

Lam launches Hong Kong charm drive as protests persist

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam sought on Tuesday to convince global business and political leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos that the Asian financial hub is open for business.

Hong Kong's Lam in Davos charm drive as protests persist

For Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam the World Economic Forum in Davos is a chance to convince global business and political leaders that the Asian financial hub is back on track.

RPT-COLUMN-As metal trade shrinks, exchanges fight back with new products: Andy Home

Base metals trading volumes shrank on all three major global exchanges last year as trade war uncertainty and range-bound markets dampened speculative activity.

China's Ctrip in talks with banks to follow Alibaba with HK listing: sources

U.S.-listed online travel giant Ctrip is talking to banks about a planned secondary listing in Hong Kong, putting the group at the head of a queue of Chinese companies expected to follow Alibaba in establishing an investor base closer to China.

Column: As metal trade shrinks, exchanges fight back with new products

Base metals trading volumes shrank on all three major global exchanges last year as trade war uncertainty and range-bound markets dampened speculative activity.

China's Ctrip taps banks to follow Alibaba with HK listing - sources

U.S.-listed online travel giant Ctrip is talking to banks about a planned secondary listing in Hong Kong, putting the group at the head of a queue of Chinese companies expected to follow Alibaba in establishing an investor base closer to China.

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