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Longfor Group Holdings Limited (0960.HK)

HKSE - HKSE Delayed price. Currency in HKD
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24.850-0.700 (-2.74%)
At close: 04:08PM HKT
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Previous close25.550
Open25.550
Bid24.800 x 0
Ask24.850 x 0
Day's range24.350 - 25.550
52-week range7.260 - 47.750
Volume8,585,492
Avg. volume29,247,573
Market cap157.591B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.01
PE ratio (TTM)5.36
EPS (TTM)4.640
Earnings date23 Mar 2023 - 27 Mar 2023
Forward dividend & yield1.80 (7.03%)
Ex-dividend date24 Nov 2022
1y target est38.86
  • Reuters

    China's Longfor sets 3.3% coupon in 1st sale of state-backed bonds by private builder

    Longfor Group said its 1.5 billion yuan ($219 million) bonds had been priced at a coupon rate of 3.3%, marking the first sale by a private Chinese homebuilder of notes fully guaranteed by the state to boost market sentiment amid a sector-wide cash crunch. Beijing has stepped up support for the property sector on worries that a deepening debt crisis and defaults could impact property developers regarded as financially sound. The offering was guaranteed by state-owned China Bond Insurance Co Ltd.

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    Exclusive-Some Chinese financiers cold shoulder Beijing's property rescue call-sources

    Some of China's state-backed financial institutions are pushing back on Beijing's calls to support the embattled property sector due to concerns about the impact of such exposure on their balance sheets, seven people with knowledge of the matter said. Without explicit financial backstop from Beijing, senior executives at some of the institutions are wary of engaging with cash-strapped developers and later dealing with potential losses of their own, said two of the sources. Signing off on financial support to struggling developers has become a concern as employees are increasingly held accountable by authorities for poor lending and investment decisions, said the two sources.

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    China supports several private developers with bond guarantee -sources

    Chinese regulators have instructed state-owned China Bond Insurance Co. Ltd. to provide guarantees for onshore bond issuance by a few private property developers including Longfor Group and CIFI Holdings, according to four sources with knowledge of the matter. The support from the state comes amid mounting concerns that a deepening debt crisis and defaults in the sector could impact property developers that have been regarded as financially sound. Property developers' shares surged on Tuesday following the news, with Longfor, CIFI and top developer Country Garden all jumping over 15%.