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ICBC Turkey Bank AS (ICBCT.IS)

ICBCT.IS on Istanbul Stock Exchange

3.90TRY
21 Mar 2019
Change (% chg)

-0.21TL (-5.11%)
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Open
4.12TL
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3.89TL
Volume
4,857,137
Avg. Vol
7,929,019
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11.27TL
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3.83TL

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

ICBC Turkey Bank Appoints Shaoxiong Xie As CEO
Thursday, 29 Nov 2018 

Nov 29 (Reuters) - ICBC TURKEY BANK AS ::APPOINTS SHAOXIONG XIE AS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER.  Full Article

ICBC Turkey Bank Q3 Net Result Turns To Loss Of 7.0 Million Lira
Thursday, 25 Oct 2018 

Oct 26 (Reuters) - ICBC TURKEY BANK ::SAID ON THURSDAY Q3 NET INTEREST INCOME 102.4 MILLION LIRA VERSUS 70.2 MILLION LIRA YEAR AGO.Q3 NET LOSS 7.0 MILLION LIRA VERSUS PROFIT OF 6.3 MILLION LIRA YEAR AGO.Q3 NET FEE AND COMMISSIONS INCOME 48.7 MILLION LIRA VERSUS 17.7 MILLION LIRA YEAR AGO.END-SEPT NON-PERFORMING LOANS IS AT 111.1 MILLION LIRA.  Full Article

ICBC Turkey Bank To Issue Bonds Up To 350.0 Million Lira To Qualified Investors
Thursday, 9 Aug 2018 

Aug 9 (Reuters) - ICBC TURKEY BANK AS ::TO ISSUE BONDS UP TO 350.0 MILLION LIRA TO QUALIFIED INVESTORS.  Full Article

ICBC Turkey Bank Chairperson Keen Xu Steps Down
Tuesday, 24 Jul 2018 

July 24 (Reuters) - ICBC TURKEY BANK AS ::CHAIRPERSON KEEN XU RESIGNS.APPOINTS XIANGYANG GAO AS CHAIRPERSON.SAYS YUBAO CHEN TO BE INTERIM CEO.  Full Article

ICBC Turkey Q3 net profit rises to 6.3 million lira
Friday, 27 Oct 2017 

Oct 27 (Reuters) - ICBC TURKEY BANK AS ::REPORTED ON THURSDAY Q3 NET INTEREST INCOME OF 70.2 MILLION LIRA VERSUS 47.7 MILLION LIRA YEAR AGO.Q3 NET PROFIT OF 6.3 MILLION LIRA VERSUS 2.7 MILLION LIRA YEAR AGO.NON-PERFORMING LOANS AT END-SEPTEMBER 98.9 MILLION LIRA VERSUS 115.0 MILLION LIRA AT-END DECEMBER 2016.  Full Article

RPT-INTERVIEW-China's envoy says Turkish Uighur criticism could hit economic ties

ANKARA, March 1 Turkey risks jeopardising economic ties with China if it keeps criticising Beijing's treatment of Uighur Muslims, China's envoy to Ankara warned, just as Chinese firms are looking to invest in Turkish energy and infrastructure mega-projects.

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