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Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited

0388.HK

Latest Trade

251.80HKD

Change

6.80(+2.78%)

Volume

7,284,067

Today's Range

244.20

 - 

252.00

52 Week Range

218.80

 - 

286.20

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

Pricing

Previous Close
245.00
Open
246.00
Volume
7,284,067
3M AVG Volume
109.38
Today's High
252.00
Today's Low
244.20
52 Week High
286.20
52 Week Low
218.80
Shares Out (MIL)
1,261.20
Market Cap (MIL)
308,994.30
Forward P/E
32.27
Dividend (Yield %)
2.77

Next Event

Full Year 2019 Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd Earnings Release

Latest Developments

More

HKex Posts Oct Securities Market Capitalisation Of HK$31.8 Trillion

Hong Kong Exchanges And Clearing Posts Qtrly Profit Attributable HK$2,207 Million

Hong Kong Exchanges And Clearing Signed MoU With SMM Information & Technology

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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.

Industry

Investment Services

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

John Patrick Killian

Group Chief Financial Officer

Matthew James Chamberlain

Chief Executive - The London Metal Exchange

Adrian John Winston Farnham

Chief Executive, LME Clear

Key Stats

2.44 mean rating - 16 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)

7.559
Price To Earnings (TTM)
33.27
Price To Sales (TTM)
22.55
Price To Book (MRQ)
7.27
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
30.33
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

Explainer: Why is Alibaba listing in Hong Kong?

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba <BABA.N> is set to price its first share sale in Hong Kong next week, raising up to $13.4 billion (£10.5 billion) in what will be the largest deal in the city since 2010 and the world's biggest ever cross-border secondary listing.

London Metal Exchange proposes six-month delay to telephone trading compliance

The London Metal Exchange (LME) said on Tuesday it would take an extra six months to make its telephone trades compliant with transparency requirements set by European regulators.

HIGHLIGHTS-Hong Kong on edge as anti-government protests grip city

Hong Kong police fired tear gas in the heart of the Central financial district and at two university campuses to break up pro-democracy protests.

Hong Kong bourse logs biggest quarterly profit fall in 3 years on protests

Hong Kong's stock exchange operator said quarterly profit dropped 8%, the steepest slide in nearly three years, as investor sentiment was hit by months of political unrest that pushed the Asian financial hub into recession.

Exclusive: Boon for Hong Kong as Alibaba plans $15 billion listing in late November - sources

Chinese retail titan Alibaba <BABA.N> plans to list in Hong Kong in the final week of November, two people with direct knowledge said, aiming to raise up to $15 billion in a deal that signals a vote of confidence in the Asian financial hub.

Livent CEO sees 'difficult environment' for lithium producers

The lithium industry is working through "difficult" times due to low prices for the battery metal and global oversupply concerns, though an upswing in demand should help beginning next year, Livent Corp <LTHM.N> Chief Executive Paul Graves said on Wednesday.

Livent CEO sees 'difficult environment' for lithium industry

The lithium industry is working through "difficult" times due to low prices for the battery metal and global oversupply concerns, Livent Corp Paul Graves said on Wednesday.

Hong Kong exchange Q3 profit drops 8% on lower trading fee

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd (HKEX), the stock exchange operator in the Asian financial hub, on Wednesday posted an 8% drop in third-quarter profit, as a surge in listing fee failed to offset the slide in income from trading.

RPT-China markets feel the pain of stalled derivatives rollout

A long list of stock and currency derivatives has been lying in wait for regulatory approval at the China Financial Futures Exchange (CFFEX), some for nearly a decade.

China markets feel the pain of stalled derivatives rollout

A long list of stock and currency derivatives has been lying in wait for regulatory approval at the China Financial Futures Exchange (CFFEX), some for nearly a decade.

London Metal Exchange to allow 80-day warehouse queues

The London Metal Exchange will allow warehouses in its network to extend queues for loading out metal, and will require them to report stocks stored outside the LME system that could be brought in at a later date, it said on Friday.

London Metal Exchange to allow 80-day warehouse queues

The London Metal Exchange has decided to allow warehouses in its network to extend queues for loading out metal and require them to report stocks that are not under LME warrant but could be at a later date, the exchange said on Friday.

Hong Kong bourse's head calls himself great believer in 'one country, two systems'

The chief executive of Hong Kong's stock exchange operator, Charles Li, said on Friday he fully supported the Chinese-ruled city's "one country, two systems" formula, after earlier saying the system had flaws.

LMEWEEK-Exchanges looking at new steel scrap contract-Mettalex head

Startup steel trading firm Mettalex is in talks with exchanges about launching a new scrap contract focused on Asia, the firm's head said on Wednesday.

Chinese biotech Alphamab seeks approval for HK IPO of up to $350 million - sources

Chinese biopharmaceutical company, Alphamab Oncology, plans to seek listing approval early next month for a Hong Kong initial public offering (IPO) of up to $350 million, people with direct knowledge of the matter said.

Exclusive: Alibaba to resume Hong Kong listing plans as soon as November - sources

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd <BABA.N> is eyeing a listing in Hong Kong as early as November to raise up to $15 billion, after political unrest put the move on ice earlier this year, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

EXCLUSIVE-Alibaba to resume Hong Kong listing plans as soon as November -sources

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is eyeing a listing in Hong Kong as early as November to raise up to $15 billion, after political unrest in the Asian financial hub put the move on ice earlier this year, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

HKEX CEO says Hong Kong handover model flawed from the start

Hong Kong bourse Chief Executive Charles Li said there are fundamental flaws in the "one country, two systems" formula that governs the former British territory as it grapples with its biggest political crisis in decades.

HKEX CEO says Hong Kong handover model flawed from the start

Hong Kong bourse Chief Executive Charles Li said there are fundamental flaws in the "one country, two systems" formula that governs the former British territory as it grapples with its biggest political crisis in decades.

HKEX CEO says "fundamental flaws" in HK's system of governance

Hong Kong bourse Chief Executive Charles Li said there are fundamental flaws in the "one country, two systems" formula that govern the former British territory.

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