PCCLF in HK vom Handel ausgesetzt!!! evt. CMGI-News
tgk1 : Re: PCCW in HK vom Handel ausgesetzt!!! evt. CMGI-News
PCCW <1186.HK> to hold news conference on Tuesday
HONG KONG, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Pacific Century CyberWorks Ltd
(PCCW) said on Tuesday it will hold a news conference at 3:45 p.m. local
time (0745 GMT). A company spokeswoman declined to comment on the
subject of the news conference but brokers suggested it could be related to
an announcement of its investment in Cheung Kong group's Internet portal
operator TOM.COM Ltd. Shares of Cheung Kong (Holdings) Ltd
<0001.HK> and Hutchison Whampoa Ltd <0013.HK> reversed course and ended the morning higher.
Cheung Kong jumped HK$1.00 to HK$95.00 and Hutchison also added HK$1.00 to HK$105.00, while the Hang
Seng Index was down 58.24 points, or 0.38 percent, at 15,109.31 .
"There is talk that the company is holding a press conference and probably it is related to its investment in
TOM.COM shares," one broker said. PCCW chairman Richard Li said earlier this month that PCCW would take a
stake of less than 10 percent in TOM.COM.
PCCW shares added HK$0.10 or 0.6 percent to end the morning at HK$16.65.
TOM.COM, which is 20 percent held by Cheung Kong and 40 percent by its affiliate Hutchison, launched its
website www.tom.com last week. The remaning 40 percent of TOM.COM is held by a consortium of strategic
investors, Chief Executive of TOM.COM Carl Chang said last week. He said the company was considering inviting
in additional strategic investors, including PCCW, which is a subsidiary of Singapore-listed Pacific Century
Regional Developments Ltd .
Emma : hier eine Info von Bloomberg:
Hong Kong, Jan. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Pacific Century CyberWorks
Ltd., Asia's largest Internet company outside Japan, is raising
HK$2.97 billion ($384 million) to fund an Internet venture with
CMGI Inc. of the U.S., according to BNP Paribas Peregrine
CyberWorks will fund its side of the 50-50 venture by selling
new shares to its controlling shareholders, Pacific Century Group
and Pacific Century Regional Development, said BNP Prime
Peregrine, which is handling the sale. The two companies will
raise the money by first selling 188 million CyberWorks shares to
institutional investors at HK$15.80 each.
The venture, to be named CMGI Asia, will hold and manage
CMGI's 18 investment units in the region. CyberWorks bought a 3.5
percent stake in CMGI in September through a $350 million share
swap. CMGI now owns 5.5 percent of the Hong Kong company.
More details are expected to be announced at a 3:45 p.m. news
conference in Hong Kong. CyberWorks Chairman Richard Li is
expected to attend the news conference.
Singapore-listed Pacific Century Regional Developments Ltd.,
which holds 49 percent of CyberWorks, asked that its shares be
suspended from trading from 2 p.m. ``pending an important price-
sensitive announcement'' by CyberWorks.
CyberWorks shares rose 0.6 percent to HK$16.65 in morning
trade. Pacific Century Regional Development surged 7.2 percent to
S$20.9. The stock rose 22 percent since last Thursday.
CyberWorks said last week it plans to buy a minority stake in
Tom.com, the Web portal owned by Cheung Kong (Holdings) Ltd. and
Hutchison Whampoa Ltd., and an announcement would be made in one
to two weeks' time.
NYSE/AMEX delayed 20 min. NASDAQ delayed 15 min.
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