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China Construction Bank Corp (601939.SS)

601939.SS on Shanghai Stock Exchange

7.34CNY
25 Jun 2019
Change (% chg)

¥-0.10 (-1.34%)
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¥7.44
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114,291,506
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125,949,088
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Thu, May 16 2019

UPDATE 1-Vontobel launches Belt and Road Index with China Construction Bank

May 16 Swiss bank Vontobel is launching a new Belt and Road Index, it said on Thursday, letting investors participate in companies profiting from the mammoth Chinese infrastructure programme.

Malaysia's Proton to get $455 million financing from China Construction Bank

KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia's national carmaker Proton has secured 1.88 billion ringgit ($455.10 million) in banking facilities from China Construction Bank to fund expansion around the region, it said in a statement late Friday.

Malaysia's Proton to get $455 mln financing from China Construction Bank

KUALA LUMPUR, April 27 Malaysia's national carmaker Proton has secured 1.88 billion ringgit ($455.10 million) in banking facilities from China Construction Bank to fund expansion around the region, it said in a statement late Friday.

UPDATE 1-China Construction Bank posts first quarterly profit drop since 2015

* Profit at 40.55 bln yuan vs 43 bln yuan analyst view -Reuters calc

China Construction Bank's Q4 profit dips 1 pct, missing estimates

SINGAPORE/HONG KONG, March 27 China Construction Bank Corp (CCB) reported a 1 percent drop in fourth-quarter net profit on Wednesday, missing analysts' estimates.

MOVES-China's CCB names Liu Guiping as new president-sources

SHANGHAI/BEIJING, March 20 China Construction Bank Corp (CCB) has appointed Liu Guiping, former vice mayor of Chongqing city, as its president, succeeding Wang Zuji who has reached retirement age, banking sources told Reuters on Wednesday.

Ex-New Zealand PM to step down from China Construction Bank subsidiary amid controversies

WELLINGTON Former New Zealand Prime Minister Jenny Shipley announced her retirement from the board of a subsidiary of China Construction Bank on Monday amid a series of controversies.

Ex-New Zealand PM to step down from China Construction Bank subsidiary amid controversies

WELLINGTON, March 4 Former New Zealand Prime Minister Jenny Shipley announced her retirement from the board of a subsidiary of China Construction Bank on Monday amid a series of controversies.

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