|Bid||132.400 x 0|
|Ask||132.500 x 0|
|Day's range||131.900 - 133.800|
|52-week range||99.500 - 133.900|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.15|
|PE ratio (TTM)||7.68|
|Earnings date||27 Feb 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||4.65 (3.47%)|
|1y target est||145.04|
Nov.23 -- Alex Wong, director of asset management at Ample Capital, explains why he likes Tencent, Amazon and Sun Hung Kai Properties. He speaks with Rishaad Salamat and David Ingles on "Bloomberg Markets: China Open."
The company is offering an interest margin of 75 basis points over the interbank rate, known as Hibor, for its five-year syndicated loan of HK$5 billion ($637 million), according to people familiar with the matter. The margin is 10 basis points higher than that of its similar facility last year, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. A representative at Sun Hung Kai Properties said that the company is in the process of sounding out banks for a five-year syndicated loan but didn’t provide details.
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High demand and a record local price for Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd. units in Hong Kong at the weekend showed that the property market is yet to cool after Chief Executive Carrie Lam unveiled a vacancy tax. Lam’s tax, announced last month, is another attempt to cool a property market that’s risen more than 50 percent over the past five years, adding to the risk of a sudden bust. The North Point sales show the challenge she faces: 286-square-foot studio apartments selling at HK$10.25 million set a record for the area, according to Midland Realty Services Ltd., and the developer has boosted the prices for the next 36 apartments to go on sale by an average of 10 percent.
Hong Kong’s plan to tax unsold new apartments may have little effect on the city’s red-hot housing market. Taming Hong Kong’s property boom has been one of the biggest challenges for the city’s lawmakers, who’ve unveiled a series of measures in recent years to cool the market. With the latest rules, apartments left unsold for more than six months will be taxed at twice the annual rental income, or about 5 percent of the unit’s value.
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One of Hong Kong’s oldest brokerages is boosting its wealth management operations in the city, where millionaires are being minted by a property boom. Everbright Sun Hung Kai Co., a unit of China’s Everbright Securities Co., plans to add 100 relationship managers specializing in clients with at least HK$8 million ($1 million) of investable assets, said Deputy Chief Executive Officer Kevin Tai. “The property market is a main reason,” Tai said in an interview on Monday.
Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd.’s record HK$25.2 billion ($3.2 billion) purchase of a coveted plot near Hong Kong’s former airport signals that the city’s developers are brushing off concern that expected rate increases will damp the red-hot housing market. Sun Hung Kai beat out bidders including units from CK Asset Holdings Ltd. and Henderson Land Development Co., paying almost one-and-a-half times the previous record for a land sale set in November. Hong Kong developers are bracing for the first increase in the city’s prime rate in more than a decade as U.S. rate increases and declining liquidity on the back of a weaker Hong Kong dollar add pressure on key banks to boost the 5 percent rate, a cap for mortgages.