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Quick Takeaways From GuocoLeisure Ltd’s Latest Full-Year Earnings

29 Aug 2014 - The Motley Fool Singapore
GuocoLeisure Ltd (SGX: B16), the largest owner-operator of hotels in London, released its full year results on Thursday. The firm is part of Hong Leong Group, which controls companies involved with financial services, property, and infrastructure development, among others. Among Singapore-listed shares, ...
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Are Tougher Times Ahead For Hotel Royal Limited?

14 Aug 2014 - The Motley Fool Singapore
When it comes to hotels, companies like UOL Group (SGX: U14) or GuocoLeisure Limited (SGX: B16) might come to mind more readily than an outfit like Hotel Royal Limited (SGX: H12). But make no mistake, Hotel Royal – as its name suggests – is very much involved with the hotel business. With the release ...
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The Business Empire of Asia’s Ultra-Rich: The Kweks and Queks – Part 1

19 May 2014 - The Motley Fool Singapore
At its peak, Southeast Asia was home to about 25% of the world’s top 50 richest persons. It’s an amazing statistic considering how most nations in the SEA-region are still considered developing economies. Many of these Southeast Asian tycoons have demonstrated great survival skills and adaptability that ...
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The Business Empire of Asia’s Ultra-Rich: The Kweks and Queks – Part 2

19 May 2014 - The Motley Fool Singapore
Previously, I had looked into the history of the Kwek family starting from Kwek Hong Png, whose business empire with his brother is now being managed by two successors, Kwek Leng Beng and Quek Leng Chan. In Singapore, both successors have control over multiple listed entities and here are some of them. ...
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Hotel Properties Limited Has Surged On A Privatisation Offer - Who’s Next?

16 Apr 2014 - The Motley Fool Singapore
Hotel Properties (SGX: H15) had jumped more than 10% to close at S$3.52 yesterday after its main shareholders announced their intentions to take the company private. Hotel Properties owns and manages 28 hotels in 13 countries. It also has interests in property development in the Singapore and Thailand ...
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Singapore’s High Flying Mid-Caps

11 Dec 2013 - The Motley Fool Singapore
Following yesterday’s close at 3,082 points, which marked six days of consecutive losses, the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) is now some 2.7% lower than it was at the end of last year. Given the index’s uninspiring performance, investors can be forgiven for thinking that 2013 has been a lousy year for ...
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5 Things You Should Know About GuocoLeisure

13 Nov 2013 - The Motley Fool Singapore
Hotel group GuocoLeisure Limited (SGX: B16) may not be a household name in Singapore, but its 37 Thistle and Guoman Hotels are well known in the UK. However, the company actually started life in New Zealand back in 1961, as BIL International – a company founded by entrepreneur Sir Ron Brierley. Stamps ...

GuocoLeisure’s Profit Falls 43%

30 Aug 2013 - The Motley Fool Singapore
Investment holding company GuocoLeisure (SGX: B16) reported its full year results yesterday evening for the financial year (FY) ended June 2013 and posted a 2.8% uptick in annual sales to US$380m compared to a year ago. Meanwhile, profits are down by 43.4% to US$44m. GuocoLeisure has five business segments: ...

The Best Mid-caps This Year

4 Jul 2013 - The Motley Fool Singapore
It’s been as tough amongst the mid-caps as it has been for blue chips in the first six months of 2013. Only a third of Singapore’s mid-caps companies were higher at the halfway stage. Super Group (SGX: S10) was the outstanding performer – up 37%. The food producer posted a 25% increase in first-quarter ...
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Singapore’s Best-Performing Mid-Caps

3 May 2013 - The Motley Fool Singapore
Mid-cap shares are often seen as the poor relation in the stock market. They are generally perceived as less compelling than the steady blue chips and not as exciting as the volatile small caps. But consider this: Mid-caps are a hotbed for new and young businesses. After all, today’s mid-caps could be ...
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