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Bank of China Ltd (3988.HK)

3988.HK on Hong Kong Stock

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17 Jan 2019
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BANK OF CHINA LIMITED is a China-based commercial bank. The Bank is mainly engaged in the provision of banking and related financial services, including commercial banking business, investment banking business, insurance business, direct investments and investment management businesses, fund management business and aircraft... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.20
Market Cap(Mil.): HK$1,688,078.00
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 294,787.19
Dividend: 0.19
Yield (%): 4.74

Financials

  3988.HK Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 6.16 18.98 19.22
EPS (TTM): 0.66 -- --
ROI: -- 0.00 0.45
ROE: 12.96 16.12 15.43

Exclusive: Sri Lanka to receive $1 billion Bank of China loan this quarter

COLOMBO Sri Lanka will receive a loan of $1 billion from Bank of China before the end of the January-March quarter, the chief of the central bank said on Thursday, to help the country meet repayments in the coming months.

2:04pm GMT

Exclusive: Sri Lanka to receive $1 billion Bank of China loan this quarter

COLOMBO Sri Lanka will receive a loan of $1 billion (£774.6 million) from Bank of China before the end of the January-March quarter, the chief of the central bank said on Thursday, to help the country meet repayments in the coming months.

2:02pm GMT

Exclusive: Sri Lanka says has $300 million loan offer from Bank of China, may increase to $1 billion

COLOMBO Sri Lanka is considering an offer from Bank of China for a loan of $300 million (£234.7 million), which could be raised to $1 billion, to help it meet repayments in coming months, junior finance minister Eran Wickramaratne told Reuters on Tuesday.

15 Jan 2019

EXCLUSIVE-Sri Lanka says has $300 mln loan offer from Bank of China, may increase to $1 bln

COLOMBO, Jan 15 Sri Lanka is considering an offer from Bank of China for a loan of $300 million, which could be raised to $1 billion, to help it meet repayments in coming months, junior finance minister Eran Wickramaratne told Reuters on Tuesday.

15 Jan 2019

EXCLUSIVE-Bank of China offers Sri Lanka $300 mln loan, option to raise to $1 bln- sources

COLOMBO, Jan 15 Sri Lanka is considering an offer from Bank of China for a loan of $300 million, which could be raised to $1 billion, to help it meet repayments during coming months, two sources in Colombo with knowledge of the offer told Reuters on Tuesday.

15 Jan 2019

Exclusive: Bank of China offers Sri Lanka $300 million loan, option to raise to $1 billion - source

COLOMBO Bank of China , the country's fourth-biggest lender by assets, has offered a loan of $300 million to Sri Lanka which can be raised to $1 billion, a source in Colombo with direct knowledge of the matter, told Reuters on Tuesday.

15 Jan 2019

EXCLUSIVE-Bank of China offers Sri Lanka $300 mln loan, option to raise to $1 bln- source

COLOMBO, Jan 15 Bank of China, the country's fourth-biggest lender by assets, has offered a loan of $300 million to Sri Lanka which can be raised to $1 billion, a source in Colombo with direct knowledge of the matter, told Reuters on Tuesday.

15 Jan 2019

Bank of China to enable payment in yuan on U.S. e-commerce platforms: Xinhua

BEIJING Bank of China's New York branch will enable Chinese firms to receive payment in yuan rather than dollars from their sales on U.S. e-commerce platforms this year, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Sunday.

13 Jan 2019

Bank of China to enable payment in yuan on U.S. e-commerce platforms - Xinhua

BEIJING Bank of China's New York branch [BKCHNW.UL] will enable Chinese firms to receive payment in yuan rather than dollars from their sales on U.S. e-commerce platforms this year, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Sunday.

13 Jan 2019

Bank of China to enable payment in yuan on U.S. e-commerce platforms - Xinhua

BEIJING, Jan 13 Bank of China's New York branch will enable Chinese firms to receive payment in yuan rather than dollars from their sales on U.S. e-commerce platforms this year, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Sunday.

13 Jan 2019

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