K W Nelson Interior Design and Contracting Group (HKG:8411) Third Quarter 2022 Results
Key Financial Results
- Revenue: HK$5.98m (up by HK$5.09m from 3Q 2021).
- Net income: HK$2.29m (up from HK$4.90m loss in 3Q 2021).
- Profit margin: 38% (up from net loss in 3Q 2021). The move to profitability was primarily driven by higher revenue.
- EPS: HK$0.002 (up from HK$0.005 loss in 3Q 2021).
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K W Nelson Interior Design and Contracting Group's share price is broadly unchanged from a week ago.
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K W Nelson Interior Design and Contracting Group
K W Nelson Interior Design and Contracting Group Limited, an investment holding company, operates as an interior decorator for commercial premises in the People’s Republic of China.
Mediocre balance sheet and overvalued.