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Was Changmao Biochemical Engineering Company Limiteds (HKG:954) Earnings Growth Better Than The Industrys? – Simply Wall St
Assessing Changmao Biochemical Engineering Company Limiteds (SEHK:954) past track record of performance is a useful exercise for investors. It allows us to understand whether the company has met or exceed expectations, which is a great indicator for future performance. Below, I assess 954s latest performance announced on 31 December 2019 and evaluate these figures to its historical trend and industry movements.
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954s trailing twelve-month earnings (from 31 December 2019) of CN58m has jumped 15% compared to the previous year.
Furthermore, this one-year growth rate has exceeded its 5-year annual growth average of 9.2%, indicating the rate at which 954 is growing has accelerated. Whats the driver of this growth? Well, lets take a look at if it is solely owing to an industry uplift, or if Changmao Biochemical Engineering has seen some company-specific growth.
In terms of returns from investment, Changmao Biochemical Engineering has fallen short of achieving a 20% return on equity (ROE), recording 8.7% instead. However, its return on assets (ROA) of 7.9% exceeds the HK Chemicals industry of 6.6%, indicating Changmao Biochemical Engineering has used its assets more efficiently. And finally, its return on capital (ROC), which also accounts for Changmao Biochemical Engineerings debt level, has increased over the past 3 years from 4.9% to 9.6%. This correlates with a decrease in debt holding, with debt-to-equity ratio declining from 17% to 3.1% over the past 5 years.
Though Changmao Biochemical Engineerings past data is helpful, it is only one aspect of my investment thesis. Companies that have performed well in the past, such as Changmao Biochemical Engineering gives investors conviction. However, the next step would be to assess whether the future looks as optimistic. I recommend you continue to research Changmao Biochemical Engineering to get a more holistic view of the stock by looking at:
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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is due to announce a roadmap for the country to exit lockdown, but has said the easing of restrictions will be slow and gradual.
He said changes will be made every two to four weeks.
Unfortunately for those who would like an immediate return to a pre-Covid world, the easement of the current restrictions will be slow and gradual, said Mr Varadkar.
Today, The Echo hears from different sections of Cork society the elderly, a bar owner, construction leader, hotelier, and health expert who outline their hopes, fears and frustrations as a new normal beckons.
Pubs need to be on the same reopening timeline as restaurants and cafes, Cork City chairperson of Vintners Federation of Ireland Michael ODonovan has said.
Mr ODonovan said hospitality establishments share customers and it would be an unfair advantage to have certain sectors of the industry opening over others.
We are hoping all hospitality outlets will be on an equal footing, Mr ODonovan said.
If people have choice, it is good for the consumer. All we are asking for is a level playing field.
Mr ODonovan said many of the pubs that offer food service are possibly better able to provide enough space to socially distance.
There are a lot of pubs doing food that are bigger than restaurants and better able to physically distance.
He said any issues in relation to a lapse of social distancing was something that would be experienced across the sector regardless of the outlet. Most restaurants serve wine, spirits and craft beers, they are in direct competition with food bars, the same issues apply.
Mr ODonovan said the most important thing they would like to see come out of todays announcement is clear guidelines on what they need to do in order to reopen.
The Vintners yesterday revealed that 60% of Dublin pub owners say they will go out of business if they have to stay closed until next year.
The cocooning elderly are crumbling under the pressure of confinement and loneliness due to the current restrictions, according to older persons advocate Paddy OBrien.
Mr OBrien said he would like to see some concessions given to the elderly going forward, such as allowing them to go for a spin in their cars and walk within an extended radius of 5km or 6km.
He is very concerned about the elderly getting depressed.
People are collapsing under the pressure, it is becoming too much for them.
The loneliness is becoming depression.
It is very serious, a lot of sad, depressed people are definitely affected by this. I am concerned about people living with no contact.
Contact is vital and I am very concerned about the effect it is having on people.
They are confined and must adhere to the guidelines, as we all have a role to play, but if there were some changes made it might be easier to manage.
Mr OBrien said a month ago, people were saying it would be grand, now the gardening is done, the house is cleaned, the presses are organised, there is nothing left to do. People know they are negative, they have no zest, their heart is gone out of them.
A large number of people over 70 are driving and they are telling me they would give anything to be able to go for a spin.
Ireland must double its Covid-19 testing capacity and ensure reliable results are available within 24 hours to safely reopen society, an expert in biochemistry at University College Cork (UCC) has said.
Tom Cotter has been professor of biochemistry at UCC since 1995.
He says for society to safely reopen, there must be a dramatic increase in testing capacity for Covid-19 and an effective antibody test to determine whether people had the virus and have now recovered.
When society is opened up once again, we have to be able to test people very, very quickly, he said.
There are two things the Government needs to do before they start opening up everything again theyll need a very good antibody test and theyll need a PCR [polymerise chain reaction] test for the virus, and they will need to be available within a 24 hour period.
When lockdown is released and people are out and about, if anyone gets sick they need to be tested along with everybody theyve come into contact with, within 24 hours, he added.
PCR testing and antibody testing are the main methods of testing being used across the globe in the fight against Covid-19.
The antibody test will tell you whether youve had the coronavirus before or not, and are therefore probably immune or not, said Prof Cotter.
The PCR test will tell you if you have the virus and are infected. These two tests need to be streamlined with a turnaround time of 24 hours so that if there is another outbreak of the virus, we can catch it straight away, he added.
Some of the antibody tests that are available now are good while others are bad we need to make sure we have a really good one to tell if people have been infected and have recovered.
This test tells you if you have antibodies from the virus which means you had it and are now OK.
Then youre immune to it but for how long, we actually dont know at the moment.
Prof Cotter said that the Government is likely to release some parts of industry in Ireland on a step-by-step basis.
Theyll loosen low-risk areas like construction and hardware stores, and then theyll watch to see what happens, he said.
If the infection rates dont go up, theyll release another sector or group of jobs, and theyll watch again then theyll keep going like that.
Its a watching and waiting game because we cant afford to have another outbreak of this, he added.
CLARITY and financial support are what the hotels of Cork want to hear from Taoiseach Leo Varadkar today as the roadmap to a new normal is announced.
Chairperson of the Cork branch of the Irish Hotels Federation, Fergal Harte, said for the duration of the pandemic, the landscape of the hospitality sector will be significantly altered.
Social and physical distancing in its current guise is extremely difficult, there is no question about it.
All of the things that we want to promote in our hotels, in terms of a nice atmosphere, enjoyable ambience, and a social element are all becoming difficult to create if people are confined and cant mix, and even from the perspective of a restaurant or a bar, you have to restrict the numbers and space people out.
All the things we associate with hotels will be changed for this period anyway.
Mr Harte said there were a number of challenges to face, but that the Irish Hotels Federation was looking at it with an open mind.
We are making plans and looking to the future, hotels are anxious to reopen, but we need clarity and support, financial supports to make the industry viable.
In terms of financial assistance, the Mr Harte said the organisation was calling on the Government to waive local authority rates and water charges for 12 months as well as a reduced Vat rate of 0% for 12 months, business interruption grants, and work to provide support from the banks.
The managing director of Blackwater Motors, Denis Murphy, says he is frustrated and angry by the ongoing lockdown.
Mr Murphy said he did not understand why they could not go back to work next Tuesday, May 5.
As it goes on, it is becoming more difficult, people are becoming more and more disillusioned, they are not afraid of the virus anymore, they are afraid for their livelihoods, said Mr Murphy.
He said his staff are worried about what is going to happen in the industry if they do not get up and running soon.
Eighty-five per cent of businesses are closed or substantially reduced. That is colossal, he said.
The guys making the decisions dont own businesses, they are still getting paid, they still have their pensions.
Mr Murphy said he would like to see more transparency in the decision-making process.
He said that the reason for the lockdown was to prevent a surge and if hospitals are managing at the moment, surely then businesses should be allowed to recommence in line with strict social distancing and other guidelines.
I cant see why we are not opening next Tuesday, he said. They must think we are totally irresponsible and unable to follow these social distancing guidelines.
CORK developer Michael OFlynn believes now is the right time for construction work across the country to restart.
He said that if social housing has been deemed safe to be built, private housing can be dealt with similarly.
His company was in the process of delivering around 200 houses in Cork and Dublin at the time construction was deemed non-essential, and he had to lay off around 500 people who were either directly employed or subcontracting at a number of sites around the country.
However, with an updated announcement expected today on restrictions, Mr OFlynn said he sees no reason why construction couldnt restart with adequate procedures in place.
We have all embraced the restrictions for five weeks now. I absolutely understand that the health issue has to come first, but I think part of our industry can restart in a safe way, he said.
Mr OFlynn outlined a number of steps the industry has taken, including the development of new operating procedures and manuals being circulated, in preparation for a safe return to work.
Im very hopeful, especially given that social housing sites have been back for the last week now.
Private housing is the same method of construction as social housing, so if someone could form a conclusion that social housing is safe, then private housing must be safe, but only on the basis that theres total adherence to the HSE guidelines, Mr OFlynn told.
I think housing is a special case. In a lot of countries housing never closed. I appreciate the decision here was to do that, and for all the right reasons, he said.
Having said that, everything has to be considered, and I think now is the time to consider easing back, but only if it can be done safely.
LONDON, ONT. -- The number of COVID-19 cases across the country could be higher than we know, according to a group of scientists at Western University.
"We are underestimating the number of people in the population who have been exposed to the virus," says Dr. Dave Edgell in the Department of Biochemistry at Western's Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry.
"There are some estimates that there may be 10 to 20 times more people infected that are actually being reported as confirmed cases of COVID."
Edgell says thats why his team, in collaboration with Suncor, are working at rapidly developing COVID-19 test kits that would determine if someone has been previously infected and has antibodies for the virus.
"The test will tell you if you have antibodies that your immune system has created to combat the virus."
Dr. Greg Gloor, also from Schulich's Department of Biochemistry says these kits could help researchers investigate herd immunity.
"In order to contain this outbreak we need to know who is currently infected and who has been infected. People who have been infected and have developed a high enough immunity probably have less to fear than people who have not been infected."
The research team is developing these kits by using algae. A new concept that they say would allow tests to be made more cost-effective with the goals of it reaching more people.
"This is where algae comes in, because it can be grown in sea water and sunlight and it doesnt cost anything really compared to the way people make the viral antigens now," says Edgell.
The hopes are to roll out these tests kits by late fall, once production and testing of efficacy is complete.
UW president, biochemistry chair and mathematics professor named to American Academy of Arts and Sciences – UW News
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April 23, 2020
Three University of Washington faculty members, including President Ana Mari Cauce, are among the 2020 fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the nations oldest and most prestigious honorary societies. Trisha Davis, professor and chair of biochemistry at the UW School of Medicine, and Tatiana Toro, the Craig McKibben and Sarah Merner Professor of Mathematics, are also among the 276 artists, scholars, scientists, and leaders in the public, non-profit and private sectors who were announced as new fellows Thursday.
We congratulate these incoming members of the Academy for excelling in a broad array of fields; we want to celebrate them and learn from them, said Nancy C. Andrews, chair of the Board of Directors of the American Academy. When Academy members come together, bringing their expertise and insights to our work, they help develop new insights and potential solutions for some of the most complex challenges we face.
Cauce who was named to the Educational and Academic Leadership section of the Academys Public Affairs, Business and Administration class became the 33rd president of the UW on Oct. 13, 2015 after serving as interim president for seven months and having previously served as provost and executive vice president.
Throughout her career, Cauce has championed access to higher education, including through the Husky Promise, which provides full tuition to eligible Washington students who otherwise could not attend college. As part of her strong belief in ensuring access to higher education for all, just one month into her role as interim president she engaged students in an honest discussion about race and equity, launching an effort to create a more just and diverse community.
Cauce is a professor of Psychology and American Ethnic Studies, with secondary appointments in the Department of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies and the College of Education. She maintains an active research program, focusing on adolescent development, with a special emphasis on at-risk youth. She is also a strong advocate for women and underrepresented minorities to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Davis was named to the Cellular and Developmental Biology (including Genetics), Microbiology and Immunology Section of the Biological Sciences Class of the Academy. Davis and her colleagues explore the dynamics of the chromosome capture that occurs in preparation for cell division.
Impressive molecular machinery tries to assure that each cell resulting from the split receives a proper set of chromosomes. Mistakes in sorting, separating and distributing the chromosomes could cause serious problems, such as cancer. Davis team looks at how the movement and segregation of chromosomes is orchestrated. This chromosome assembly is trial and error, but cells usually can find and fix mistakes. As chromosomes attach to the separation machinery, checkpoints tune into to the connection and the tension it produces. If this quality assurance detects that a chromosome is incorrectly captured, it is released for another try.
The Davis lab uses many ways of examining this and related controls. These include genetic analysis, proteomics, quantitative microscopy, computational modeling and biochemical assays.
Davis holds the Earl W. Davie/ZymoGenetics Chair in Biochemistry at UW Medicine. She also heads the UWs Yeast Resource Center, funded by the National Institutes of Health to develop technologies for exploring protein structure and function.
Toro was named to the Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics section of the Academys Mathematical and Physical Sciences class. Her research centers on the premise that objects, which may at first appear irregular or disordered, actually have regular features that are quantifiable. Toros work spans geometric measure theory, harmonic analysis and partial differential equations. Toro studies the mathematical questions that come up in systems where the known data are rough, as well as interfaces that arise in noisy minimization problems.
In addition to her research, Toro has also worked to increase diversity in mathematics. She helped launch Latinx in the Mathematical Sciences, including two conferences through the National Science Foundation highlighting the achievements of Latinx mathematicians.
Toro joined the UW faculty in 1996 and her career includes numerous honors and accolades. Last year, she received the UWs Marsha L. Landolt Distinguished Graduate Mentor Award. In 2017, she was elected as a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society. Toro has also been a Guggenheim Fellow, an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow and a Simons Foundation Fellow.
Founded in 1780, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences is one of the countrys oldest learned societies and independent policy research centers, convening leaders from the academic, business and government sectors to respond to the challenges facing the nation and the world.
The new members join the company of Academy members elected before them, including Benjamin Franklin and Alexander Hamilton in the eighteenth century; Ralph Waldo Emerson and Maria Mitchell in the nineteenth; and Robert Frost, Martha Graham, Margaret Mead, Milton Friedman, and Martin Luther King, Jr. in the twentieth.
Learn more about the Academys mission, members, and work on its website amacad.org.
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