HKEX

Ausnutria Dairy Corporation (SEHK:1717) – Everything You Need to Know about the Company

Recently, I have been looking at the Hong Kong stock exchange to shortlist companies that have recorded strong performances over the years – one of them that caught my eye was the company by the name of Ausnutria Dairy Corporation Limited (SEHK:1717), a company offering high-end dairy and nutrition products to various geographical locations. In this post, you will learn more about the company’s operations, its historical performances, dividend payout, and whether or not the company is concerned cheap or expensive based on its current share price…

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Yihai International Holding Limited (SEHK:1579): The Producer of Haidilao Series Condiments, Seasoning Flavour, and Hotpot Sauces – What You Need to Know

The name “Haidilao” (海底捞) should be familiar to you – its chain of hotpot restaurants are very popular among Singaporeans. The same also goes to its namesake brand of pre-packaged hotpot condiment bases and sauces sold in supermarkets and online shopping sites. But you probably do not know that the latter (its hotpot condiment bases and sauces) are produced by this HK-listed company called Yihai International Holdings Limited (SEHK:1576). In this post, you’ll find everything you need to know about the company – including its businesses, post-IPO historical performances, debt profile, dividend payouts to shareholders, and also whether or not at its current price, is the company considered cheap or expensive (when comparing its current valuations against its historical valuations…)

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Tencent Holdings Limited (SEHK:0700): What You Need to Know Before You Invest

Tencent Holdings Limited is one of the top technology companies in China, and one that is listed in the HKEX. In this post, you will find an analysis of the company – including more information about the company’s businesses, historical performances, debt profile, dividend payout to shareholders, and whether the company is considered ‘cheap’ or ‘expensive’ based on its current valuations (and comparing it with its historical valuations which I’ve calculated…)

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SGX (SGX:S68) vs. HKEX (SEHK:388) – Which Stock Exchange is the Better One in terms of Their Past Performances?

While both SGX (in Singapore) and HKEX (in Hong Kong) have a moat (in that they are the only stock exchange in their respective countries), which one is a better one in terms of their historical growth rate if we compare their past results? You can find out in today’s post…

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