UBS sold 2.474 million H shares of Zheng Meiji (00564.HK), worth approximately HK$22.8511 million
On February 19, it was reported that according to documents disclosed by the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on February 19, UBS Group AG (UBS Group AG) sold $2.474 million H shares at an average price of HK$9.25 per share on February 9, worth about HK$22.8511 million. After the sale, UBS's latest shareholding was 15.977,800 shares, and the good position ratio dropped from 7.58% to 6.57%. Photo Source: Stock Exchange Equity Disclosure What is equity disclosure? As required by the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, major shareholders (individuals and companies holding 5% or more of the shares) are required to disclose
Zhengzhou Coal Mining Machinery Group's (SHSE:601717) 22% CAGR Outpaced the Company's Earnings Growth Over the Same Five-year Period
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Open Source Securities: China's resumption of import tariffs on coal imports weakens the price advantage of imported coal or reduces the amount of imported coal
If domestic and foreign coal price differences gradually subside in 2024, the price advantage of imported coal weakens, it will lead to expectations that China's imported coal will decrease.
Zheng Coal Machinery (00564): Zhang Yichen took over as joint company secretary
Zheng Coal Machinery (00564) issued an announcement. Zhang Yichen succeeded Zhang Haibin as the company's joint company secretary and authorized representative, since 2...
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