PROFIT WARNING ... loss attributable to equity holders of the Company of not less than HK$800 million for the nine months ended 31 December 2020 (the "Period"), as compared to a consolidated profit of approximately HK$425 million for the year ended 31 March 2020.
) ...CHINAFINANCIAL INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENTS LIMITED 中國金國際投資有限公司. (Incorporated in the Cayman Islands and continued in Bermuda with limited liability). (Stock Code. 721). PROFIT WARNING ... The Board believes that such decrease in loss is primarily attributable by the reduction in the fair value losses on the unlisted investments and listed investments.
PROFIT WARNING ... for the disposal of the Kai Tak residential project in July 2020, details of which are disclosed in the Company's circular dated 29 January 2021; and (ii) decrease in revenues and accordingly gross profit contribution generated by the wine and related businesses.
Chinese Estates (0127) yesterday warned it may record a decrease in net profit ranging from 20 percent to 30 ... The profit warning came after the company announced last week that it appointed Kimbee Chan Hoi-wan, the wife of billionaire Joseph Lau Luen-hung, as chief executive.
) ... (Stock Code. 2383). (I) PROFIT WARNING FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2020;. AND. (II) POTENTIAL IMPAIRMENT LOSS ON INVESTMENT IN AN ASSOCIATE OF THE COMPANY. This announcement is made by the Company pursuant to Rule 13.09(2)(a) of the Listing Rules and Part XIVA of the Securities and Futures Ordinance (Chapter 571 of the Laws of Hong Kong) ... GENERAL.
Grocery store chains’ profits during the pandemic and executives’ pay was cited by some council members as a reason for the pay hike ... The analysis characterized the grocery store industry as a low-profit-margin sector and warned that stores could respond to the city’s ordinance by closing stores or laying off staff.
PROFIT WARNING ...Following are a number of reasons which led to the increase in the Revenue and the decrease in the Profit.- ... The decrease in the Profit constitutes profit warning and inside information of this announcement, nevertheless there is increase in the Revenue.
The freezing weather had such a devastating impact because Texas legislators deregulated the state’s energy market, because oil and gas companies hold significant sway over Texas politicians, and because companies were allowed to decide to prioritise profit over caution – in spite of warnings and the growing impact of climate change.