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Guoco Group Limited (0053) Increased 2.102% on Feb 24
Shares of Guoco Group Limited (HKG:0053) last traded at 111.7, representing a move of 2.102%, or 2.3 per share, on volume of 19,000 shares.
(30 August 2016, Hong Kong) Guoco Group (Guoco Group Limited, Stock Code: 53) announced today its final results for the year ended 30 June 2016.
GuocoLand, Guoco Group tie-up highest bidder for Beach Rd site at S$1.622b
A STATE tender for a plum 99-year leasehold commercial site at Beach Road has attracted five bids when its tender closed on Thursday.
Beach Road commercial site nets top bid of $1.62b  The Straits Times
Shake-up at Hong Leong after Leng Chan's decision to quit Guoco?
Leng Chan did not stop with Malaysia. He built a bigger empire in Hong Kong, where the jewel in the crown is undeniably Guoco Group Ltd. Listed on the exchange there, Guoco holds a multitude of companies with interests in real estate, property, gaming ...
Tycoon Quek Leng Chan relinquishes chairman role at Guoco
Tycoon Tan Sri Quek Leng Chan has relinquished his position as the chairman and stepped down from the board of one of his key companies, the Hong Kong-listed Guoco Group Limited. Quek left the Guoco on 1 Sept, according to a filing by the company ...
Tycoon of Hong Leong group steps down from key positions in wider plan of ...  AsiaOne
Guoco Group Limited (0053) Moved Up 1.89% on Feb 19
Shares of Guoco Group Limited (HKG:0053) last traded at 107.8, representing a move of 1.89%, or 2 per share, on volume of 7,000 shares.
Guoco Group shares jump 30 per cent on privatisation
The price is at a 24.8 per cent premium over Guoco's share price of HK$70.50 before it was suspended on December 4, and values the firm at HK$28.96 billion.
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Tycoon fails again to take Guoco private
Malaysian tycoon Quek Leng Chan has failed in his latest attempt to take Guoco Group private, despite increasing the offer for the rest of the company to HK$9.37 billion.
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Quek, through his Hong Kong-listed flagship Guoco Group Ltd, first bought into BEA in 2009, increasing his stake over the years to 14% at present.
A Vast, $260 Million Chunk of Hawaiian Paradise Is on the Market
High labor costs, Cooke said, finished it off; in 1988, in what he described as a “friendly takeover,” the ranch was purchased by New Zealand-based Brierley Investments Ltd.