Monday, 31 August 2015

Hallenstein Glasson Ordinary Shares

NZX : HLG

3.310
31 Aug 15 14:01
Change:
 0.01
Open:
3.300
High:
3.310
Ask:
3.310
Volume:
21,929
Change(%):
0.30
Prev:
3.300
Low:
3.300
Bid:
3.300
Avg vol:
0
Profile
Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Limited, through its subsidiaries, operates men?s and women?s apparel retail stores in New Zealand and Australia. Its stores offer men?s, boys?, and women?s apparel, as well as accessories. The company operates its stores under the Glassons, Hallensteins, and Storm brand names. As of August 1, 2009, it operated 116 retail stores. The company also involves in the ownership of properties. Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Limited is headquartered in Auckland, New Zealand.
Summary
Shares:59,252,920
Issuer:Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Limited
Solicitor:Young Hunter
Registry:COMPUTERSHARE INVESTOR SERVICES LIMITED
Auditor:PricewaterhouseCoopers Auckland
Settlement:NZCDC Settlement System
Website:http://www.hallensteinglasson.co.nz/
Fundamentals
Market Cap:$196,127,165
52 wk High:3.970
52 wk Low:2.770
Sector:Consumer
Div/Yield:11.970
EPS:0.305
Price/Earnings:12.150
NTA:0.978
Address
Hallenstein Glasson
Level Three
187 Queen Street
Auckland,
New Zealand
Latest News
  • Hellaby boss to step down

    17:00 | 17/4/15
    Stuff.co.nz
    Diversified investment company Hellaby Holdings is looking for a new managing director, joining the ranks of companies on the hunt for new bosses. more»
  • Christchurch recovers its property mojo

    05:02 | 29/3/15
    The Press
    Tim Glasson of the Hallenstein Glasson fashion chain is to build the ANZ Centre on the old Triangle Centre site. "Then there's Nick Hunt of Lichfield Holdings, who is soon starting stage two works on the BNZ Centre, and Antony Gough's $100m riverside ... more»
  • Hallensteins bucks the trend

    05:41 | 28/3/15
    Otago Daily Times
    Mainstreet retailer Hallenstein Glasson yesterday breathed some life into the listed retail sector, bucking a recent market trend and reporting increased profits, margins and an improved dividend. more»
  • Hallenstein profit jumps nearly 40pc, sales rebound

    10:56 | 27/3/15
    Stuff.co.nz
    Clothing retailer Hallenstein Glasson has defied the sluggish apparel market with a 40 per cent profit increase for the first half of the year, which analysts say could herald better fortunes for others. more»
  • Conflict museum could cost city $18m

    05:00 | 2/3/15
    Stuff.co.nz
    Last year, documents revealed the Ministry of Culture and Heritage was considering the feasibility of creating a permanent museum, though costs were unknown. more»
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