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SANDS CHINA LTD (1928.HK)


HKSE - HKSE Delayed price. Currency in HKD
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35.40+0.50 (+1.43%)
As of 1:35PM HKT. Market open.
Interactive chart
Previous close34.90
Open35.05
Bid35.35 x
Ask35.40 x
Day's range35.00 - 35.45
52-week range24.60 - 39.30
Volume5,147,864
Avg. volume15,284,677
Market cap285.77B
Beta1.72
PE ratio (TTM)30.09
EPS (TTM)1.18
Earnings date10 Aug 2017 - 14 Aug 2017
Dividend & yield0.26 (5.75%)
Ex-dividend date2017-06-01
1y target est38.19
  • Reuters21 days ago

    Macau monitors ATM withdrawals, raids casinos as top official visits

    Macau plans to add security features to ATMs to monitor withdrawals, authorities in the world's largest gambling hub said as the Chinese territory seeks to tighten restrictions on cash flows out of the mainland. Macau is a special administrative region of China and the announcement of the plan coincides with a visit by Zhang Dejiang, the head of China's parliament and its third-most powerful leader. The new measures announced for China's UnionPay bank card means users will have to scan their identity card at automated teller machines (ATMs), which will use facial recognition technology to verify the user, the government said in a statement.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Macau says to monitor ATM withdrawals as casino revenues rebound

    Macau plans to add security features to ATMs to monitor withdrawals, authorities in the world's largest gambling hub said as the Chinese territory seeks to further tighten restrictions on cash flows out of the mainland. Macau is a special administrative region of China and the announcement of the plans coincides with a visit by Zhang Dejiang, the head of China's parliament and its third-most powerful leader. Users of China's UnionPay bank card will have to scan their identity card at ATMs, which will use facial recognition technology to verify the user, the government said in a statement.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    As Philippines joins China to fight illegal gambling, more scrutiny of casinos likely

    MANILA/HONG KONG, May 8 (Reuters) - China and the Philippines have joined forces to tackle illegal gambling, part of Beijing's broader campaign to curb illicit capital outflows and a pledge by Manila to weed out unscrupulous operators from the country's booming gaming industry. The coordinated crackdown comes amid warming ties between Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Philippine counterpart Rodrigo Duterte, who has made illegal gambling the third front in his all-out war on crime, after drugs and corruption. In their first joint exercise, Philippine and Chinese authorities cracked a transnational cyber gambling operation in April, shutting four illegal websites run out of the Philippines, arresting 99 people and freezing more than 1,000 bank accounts, China's Public Security Bureau said.