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Source text - Chinese
  
表现较佳
  • 中国旺旺(0151 HK):中国旺旺3月6日公布公司截至去年十二月底止全年纯利4.19亿美元,同比上涨17%,高于市场预期。公司表示,业绩的上涨主要得益于市场上饮料和零食需求的上升。但是,由于原材料价格的上扬,以及人力成本的增加,中国旺旺2011年毛利率下降2.8个百分点至34.8%。原材料价格的上涨对食品行业会造成很大的冲击,康师傅控股(0322 HK)今年以来已经下跌了近5%。
  • 腾讯控股(0700 HK):3月14日腾讯公司公布了2011年财报。该公司2011年总收入达284.96亿元,盈利102亿,均创历史新高,这主要得益于社交网络和网络游戏等核心业务收入增加,然而公司2011年股权投资净亏损
2425.5万元。腾讯控股总裁表示,2012年公司的投资步伐可能放缓。腾讯去年成立了规模达到50亿元人民币的"腾讯产业共赢基金",之后扩大至100亿元人民币。基金主要投资目标为电子商务、团购、在线旅游、网络视频、社交网络等领域。
  
表现较差
  • 
新鸿基地产(00016 HK):329日,新鸿基地产的联席主席郭炳江和郭炳联因涉嫌触犯防止贿赂条例被香港廉政公署拘留协助调查。在之前的319日,新鸿基地产执行董事陈巨源已因同样的原因被拘留。新鸿基地产于329951分突然暂停交易,即时股价为111.30元,当日跌幅为1.33%。随后两位当事人于329日晚间获释,但公司股票受到严重打击。新鸿基地产在330日大幅下跌13%,受此影响香港地产公司也全线下跌。

  • 中国人寿(2628 HK):中国人寿于327日公布其业绩,2011年中国人寿实现净利润183.31亿元,同比大幅下降45.5%。公司2011年投资资产为1.49万亿元,同比增长11.9%,总投资收益率为3.51%。保险行业在2011年整体低迷,四大险企2011年净利润总额为489.18亿元,相较2010年的617.44亿元,平均同比下降20.77%Translation - English
  Best performers
  • Want Want China (0151 HK): Want Want China reported on March 6 net incomes   of $419 million for the year ended last December, up 17% from the previous   year, beating market expectations. The company attributed the improvement in   performance mainly to the growing demand for beverage and snacks. Gross   margin in 2011, however, fell by 2.8 percentage points to 34.8%, pushed down   by the rising material prices and labor costs. The hike in material prices is   expected to have significant impact on the food industry, with Tingyi (0322   HK) falling nearly 5% YTD.
  • Tencent Holdings (0700 HK): Tencent Holdings on March 14 released its   annual report for 2011. The company booked a record revenue and profit of   RMB28.496 billion and RMB10.2 billion, respectively, driven mainly by the   increase in revenue from social network, online games and other core   businesses. The company, however, recorded a net loss of RMB24.255 million   from equity investments. President indicated that the company might   decelerate its investment in 2012. Last year, Tencent Holdings launched the   Tencent Collaboration Fund with an initial size of RMB5 billion, which was   then boosted to RMB10 billion. The Fund mainly focuses on e-commerce,   deal-of-the-day industry, online tourism, online video and social network.
  Poor performers
  • Sun Hung Kai Properties (00016 HK): On March 29, the co-chairmans of Sun   Hung Kai Properties, Raymond Kwok and Thomas Kwok were arrested by the   Independent Commission Against Corruption over alleged violation of the   “Prevention of Bribery Ordiance” for an investigation. Previously, on March   19, an executive director Thomas Chan was detained on the same grounds. The   company abruptly suspended the trading in its shares at 9:51 A.M. March 29,   when the stock was trading at HK$111.30, and closed the day down 1.33%. The   co-chairmans were released that night but the company’s stock had been badly   hit. Sung Hung Kai Properties slumped by 13% on March 30, with most Hong Kong   developers dragged down.
  • China Life Insurance (2628 HK): China Life Insurance released on March 27   its results for 2011. Net income was RMB18.331 billion, representing a   significant decrease of 45.5% from the previous year. In 2011, the company's   investment assets were RMB1.49 trillion, up 11.9% YoY. The overall investment   yield was 3.51%. The insurance industry was sluggish in 2011, with the big   four insurers’ combined net income falling 20.77% from RMB61.744 in 2010 to   RMB48.918 billion.