Tingyi (0322) Decline -0.882% on Mar 15

March 15, 2018 - By Linda Rogers

Shares of Tingyi (HKG:Cayman Islands Holding Corp) last traded at 15.74, representing a move of -0.882%, or -0.14 per share, on volume of 170,000 shares. After opening the trading day at 15.82, shares of Tingyi traded in a close range. Tingyi currently has a total float of 5.62 billion shares and on average sees 7.44 million shares exchange hands each day. The stock now has a 52-week low of 8.71 and high of 17.48.

Hang Seng Index: Driving Hong Kong Economy

Hang Seng Index (HSI) is the primary index of equities listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (SEHK). The index is market capitalization-weighted and float adjusted. As such, it records and monitors the changes of the largest Hong Kong companies. For investors HSI is the main indictor of the performance of Hong Kong stocks. Stocks of Tingyi company can also be found in HSI.

As a free float adjusted index, HSI excludes restricted shares held by company insiders and other strategic investors such as government and venture capitalists because these holdings tend to be inactive. Instead, HSI tracks the performance of stocks freely available for trade.

HSI has 50 constitutes whose combined market cap equates to about 60% of all stocks listed on SEHK. Experts check all stocks from Tingyi. The components of the index are classified under four sectors, sometimes called sub-indexes, for clarity. Sectors in the index include Energy, Material, Utilities and Financials. Energy is the largest sector in the index.

Eligibility for inclusion in HSI

Candidate stock for inclusion in the index must belong to the group of stocks that make top 90% of total market value of common shares. Additionally, the stock must belong to the group that comprises 90% of the total turnover on SEHK.

Though HSI requires that a company should have a listing history of at least 24 months before it can be considered for inclusion in the benchmark index, there are exceptions. For instance, a new stock can be added to the index after only three months if it meets certain strict requirements. Financial performance, stock liquidity and representation of sectors also determine whether or not a stock can be added to the index. Liquidity of Tingyi allows it to be a part of HIS.

HSI is rebalanced quarterly where constituents that fall short of the listing requirements are dropped and eligible constitutes are added. The index is also updated to take care of rights issue, which usually impacts the market capitalization of its components.

The index is operated by a unit of Hang Seng Bank called Hang Seng Indexes Company. Hang Seng Bank is a publicly traded company on SEHK and it is one of the largest by market cap.

HSI was first published on November 24, 1969. However, the index was established years earlier with a base value of 100 points, representing the total value of Hong Kong stocks as of close of market on July 31, 1964. The index sank to its lifetime low of 58.61 points in August 1967. HSI hit the 10,000-point milestone for the first time in December 1993 and notched the 20,000-point milestone in December 2006. The index reached a lifetime high of 31638.22 points in October 2007.

Investor appetite for Hong Kong stocks

Investing in Hong Kong stocks has become hot lately amid an influx of retail investors betting bet on Hong Kong’s bright growth prospects. High corporate governance standards and a rapidly expanding affluent population are two other reasons Hong Kong stocks appeal to a growing number of domestic and international investors. As per CG Watch, a bi-annual report, Hong Kong ranked second with 65 points out of possible 100 points among 12 Asian markets in 2016 corporate governance survey. But Hong Kong ranked first in the last CG Watch report published in 2014. Investors may find reports on Tingyi interested to their attention. Singapore topped the list with 67 points in corporate governance survey for 2016.

More notable recent Tingyi (HKG:Cayman Islands Holding Corp) news were published by: Marketwatch.com which released: “Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp.” on March 23, 2015, also Moodys.com with their article: “Moody’s: Tingyi’s purchase of 5% stake in subsidiary has no immediate rating …” published on October 04, 2016, Reuters.com published: “Chinese food maker Tingyi quarterly profit drops 87 percent, says outlook …” on August 29, 2016. More interesting news about Tingyi (HKG:Cayman Islands Holding Corp) were released by: Seekingalpha.com and their article: “Tingyi: Top Instant Noodles Brand In China Remains Popular But Is Facing …” published on May 15, 2017 as well as Reuters.com‘s news article titled: “Tingyi says noodles meet Chinese standards, after scandal hits Taiwanese supplier” with publication date: September 15, 2014.

Tingyi Holding Corp., an investment holding company, makes and sells instant noodles, beverages, and instant food products in the People's Republic of China. The company has market cap of $88.41 billion. The firm operates through Instant Noodles, Beverages, Instant Food, and Others divisions. It has a 44.44 P/E ratio. It offers ready-to-drink teas, bottled water, juice drinks, carbonated drinks, sandwich crackers, egg rolls, cakes, and vitamin and milk drinks primarily under the Master Kong brand.

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