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GuocoLeisure puts west London hotel up for sale

9 Dec 2015 - Singapore Business Review
It has appointed JLL to assist with the sale. The hospitality firm is bound for a huge payday as it sells Thistle Kensington Gardens Hotel, given its prime location and redevelopment potential. According to a report RHB Research, the 175-room hotel was highlighted as one of the two hotels in GuocoLeisure’s ...
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How Stock Markets Respond To Terror Attacks

5 Dec 2015 - The Motley Fool Singapore
Tweet Is it better to stand and fight or to turn and take flight? Should we now be fearful or should we be greedy? Is the return of our capital more important than return on our capital? It would seem that these are some of the questions that many investors might be asking more often now, given the heightened ...
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Guocoleisure net profit soars by 89.2% to US$31.4m

19 Oct 2015 - Singapore Business Review
Propelled by stellar hotel operations. Aside from being rejuvenated by its strong hotel operations, the hospitality group also hit the sweet spot on its gaming segment, reducing its losses in 1Q16. According to a report by CIMB, excluding a one-off compensation of US13.1m for the stoppage of 19 managed ...
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GuocoLeisure Ltd’s Latest Earnings: What Investors Should Know

19 Oct 2015 - The Motley Fool Singapore
Tweet GuocoLeisure Ltd (SGX: B16) had released its fiscal first-quarter earnings (for the quarter ended 30 September 2015) last Friday. The company can be considered to be a mini-conglomerate given that it owns and manages hotels and casinos in addition to having an interest in the production ...
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GuocoLeisure’s full-year net profit jumps 23% to $67.06m

28 Aug 2015 - Singapore Business Review
On back of sharply lower costs. GuocoLeisure managed to grow its bottom line in FY15 despite muted income growth across its core businesses. The group’s full-year net profit climbed 23% to $67.06m (US$47.9m) for the financial year ended on June 30. GuocoLeisure's overall revenue declined by 8%, dragged ...
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Would Warren Buffett Buy GuocoLeisure?

21 Jul 2015 - The Motley Fool Singapore
If pedigree is enough to sway Warren Buffett, then GuocoLeisure (SGX: B16), should be a prime candidate for his watch-list. The company, which started life in 1961, was formerly known as BIL International – a company founded by entrepreneur Sir Ron Brierley. But Warren Buffett needs more than good provenance. ...
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GuocoLeisure chairman ramps up stake in latest buying spree

27 May 2015 - Singapore Business Review
This is a positive sign, say analysts. GuocoLeisure’s major shareholder, non-executive board member and former executive chairman Quek Leng Chan scooped up 132,600 shares of GuocoLeisure yesterday, paying SGD0.95/share and raising his overall stake in the company to 66.7%. According to RHB, the purchase ...
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The Three Numbers That Stress GuocoLeisure Limited

27 May 2015 - The Motley Fool Singapore
Hotel and property developer GuocoLeisure Limited (SGX: B16) has have been around in various guises for around 50 decades. But its Return on Equity (RoE), which is a measure of the company’s profitability, leaves a little to be desired. Over the last five years, GuocoLeisure’s RoE has failed to make ...
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Guocoleisure ends Q3 in the black for the first time in three years

13 May 2015 - Singapore Business Review
Thanks to better cost management. Guocoleisure reported a net profit of $5.9m (US$4.4m) in Q3, its first third-quarter profit in three years. The improvement was driven by better cost management across its hotel portfolio and lower interest costs. These were partially offset by a decline in oil and agas ...
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How The UK Election Could Affect You

4 May 2015 - The Motley Fool Singapore
London might be almost 7,000 miles away from Singapore. But something will be happening this week in the UK that could affect our investments here in Singapore. It is the small matter of the UK general election. It is reckoned by some that the voting could be the closest political contest in the UK for ...
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