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China Railway Construction Corp Ltd (1186.HK)

1186.HK on Hong Kong Stock

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17 Aug 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

China Railway Construction Corp Says Meng Fengchao Ceased To Be Chairman And Executive Director
Friday, 20 Jul 2018 

July 20 (Reuters) - China Railway Construction Corp Ltd <601186.SS>::MENG FENGCHAO CEASED TO HOLD HIS POSITIONS AS CHAIRMAN AND AN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR.AGREED TO NOMINATE CHEN FENJIAN AS A CANDIDATE FOR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR.  Full Article

China Railway Construction to pay A shares div for FY 2017 on July 18
Tuesday, 10 Jul 2018 

July 10 (Reuters) - China Railway Construction Corp Ltd <601186.SS> ::* Says it will pay cash dividend of 0.18 yuan(before tax)/A share for 2017 to shareholders of record on July 17.* The company's shares will be traded ex-right and ex-dividend on July 18 and the dividend will be paid on July 18.  Full Article

China Railway Construction Unit's Consortium Wins Bid For Guangdong Project, Investment At About 28.0 Bln Yuan
Thursday, 5 Jul 2018 

July 5 (Reuters) - China Railway Construction Corp Ltd <601186.SS>1186.HK::SAYS UNIT'S CONSORTIUM WINS BID FOR ISLAND DEVELOPMENT PROJECT IN GUANGDONG WITH INVESTMENT OF ABOUT 28.0 BILLION YUAN ($4.22 billion).  Full Article

China Railway Construction to pay 2017 dividend
Wednesday, 27 Jun 2018 

June 27(Reuters) - China Railway Construction Corp Ltd <601186.SS>:Says it will pay cash dividend to shareholders of H shares and A shares recorded on July 17.Says the company's shares will be traded ex-dividend on July 10 for H shares and July 18 for A shares respectively.Says the dividend will be paid on Aug. 2 for H shares and July 18 for A shares respectively.  Full Article

China Railway Construction Corp Says Jan-March 2018 Value Of Newly-Signed Contracts RMB279.86 Bln
Monday, 23 Apr 2018 

April 23 (Reuters) - China Railway Construction Corp Ltd <601186.SS>::JAN-MARCH 2018 VALUE OF NEWLY-SIGNED CONTRACTS RMB 279.86 BILLION.  Full Article

China Railway Construction issues 2018 second tranche renewable corporate bonds worth 2 bln yuan
Thursday, 19 Apr 2018 

April 19(Reuters) - China Railway Construction Co Ltd <601186.SS> ::Says it issued 2018 second tranche renewable corporate bonds worth 2 billion yuan with coupon rate of 5.23 percent.  Full Article

China Railway Construction Says 2017 Net Profit Up, Plans Bond Issue
Thursday, 29 Mar 2018 

March 29 (Reuters) - China Railway Construction Corp Ltd <601186.SS>1186.HK::SAYS 2017 NET PROFIT UP 14.7 PERCENT Y/Y.SAYS IT PLANS TO ISSUE 30 BILLION YUAN ($4.77 billion) DOMESTIC AND OFFSHORE BONDS.  Full Article

China Railway Construction issues 2018 first tranche renewable corporate bonds worth 3 bln yuan
Wednesday, 21 Mar 2018 

March 21(Reuters) - China Railway Construction Corp Ltd <601186.SS>:Says it issued 2018 first tranche renewable corporate bonds worth 3 billion yuan, with coupon rate of 5.56 percent .  Full Article

China Railway Construction's consortium wins project for 10.8 bln yuan
Wednesday, 1 Nov 2017 

Nov 1 (Reuters) - China Railway Construction Corp Ltd <601186.SS>1186.HK:Says it's consortium wins bid for construction project with investment of about 10.8 billion yuan ($1.63 billion) in Guangzhou city.  Full Article

China Railway Construction and unit to invest in funds
Wednesday, 1 Nov 2017 

Nov 1(Reuters) - China Railway Construction Corp Ltd <601186.SS>:Says co's asset management unit plans to invest 1.25 billion yuan in a fund, with fund's size of 6.25 billion yuan.Says co and unit plan to jointly invest 50 billion yuan in an infrastructure investment fund, with fund's size of 100 billion yuan.  Full Article

WRAPUP 3-China shares swing back to red as fresh U.S. tariffs weigh

SHANGHAI, Aug 8 China's stock markets retreated on Wednesday as fresh U.S. tariffs and the increasingly heated trade war between the world's two largest economies cast doubt over Beijing's ability to boost its economy through pro-growth policies.