|Day's range||12.34 - 12.53|
|52-week range||10.31 - 14.06|
|PE ratio (TTM)||8.16|
|Earnings date||4 Aug. 2017|
|Dividend & yield||0.00 (0.00%)|
|1y target est||13.18|
A Chinese court on Monday convicted 19 current and former employees of Australia's Crown Resorts company on gambling-related charges, handing jail terms to 16 of them, including three Australians. The casino company and Australia's consul general in Shanghai announced the verdicts after the half-day trial was held behind closed doors at Baoshan District Court. Gaming is illegal in China and companies are not allowed explicitly to advertise gambling but few details of the accusations have been released since last year's arrests.
Nineteen current and former employees of Australia's Crown Resorts company pleaded guilty to gambling-related charges in a Chinese court on Monday, with three Australian staffers sentenced to months-long jail terms. Jason O'Connor, the executive vice president of Crown division VIP International, was given a 10-month jail term, Australian Consul General Graeme Meehan told reporters outside the Shanghai court. The two other Australians, Pan Dan and Jerry Xuan, were given nine-month sentences.
A Chinese court opened a trial on Monday for 19 current and former employees of Australia's Crown Resorts company who were charged with promoting gambling, including three Australians and a Malaysian. The accused arrived at the Baoshan District Court in Shanghai in the morning and a tribunal officer told AFP that a verdict may be issued later on Monday, but it was up to the judge. The court schedule showed they were on trial for "suspected gambling".