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CITIC Securities Co Ltd (600030.SS)

600030.SS on Shanghai Stock Exchange

23.50CNY
25 Apr 2019
Change (% chg)

¥-0.68 (-2.81%)
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¥24.18
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¥24.00
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¥24.38
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¥23.48
Volume
169,962,118
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About

CITIC Securities Company Limited is a China-based securities company. The Company mainly involves in securities brokerage, securities investment and consulting, asset management, securities underwriting and recommendation, financial advising related to securities trading and investment activities, securities proprietary... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.78
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥272,283.81
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 12,116.91
Dividend: 0.35
Yield (%): 1.65

Financials

  600030.SS Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 31.42 13.29 20.28
EPS (TTM): 0.77 -- --
ROI: 2.32 1.76 0.35
ROE: 6.20 5.61 16.12

Multinationals expected to drive Asia M&A after slow start to year

HONG KONG Dealmaking in Asia has had its slowest start to the year since 2014, even as bankers continue to look ahead to a series of expected strategic asset sales and spin-offs from big multinationals.

29 Mar 2019

Multinationals expected to drive Asia M&A after slow start to year

* Multinationals, private sector owners expected to sell assets

29 Mar 2019

China's CITIC Securities posts 18 percent drop in 2018 profit

SINGAPORE/Hong Kong CITIC Securities Co Ltd, China's biggest brokerage by market value, reported an 18 percent fall in 2018 net profit on Thursday amid a weak domestic stock market.

21 Mar 2019

China's CITIC Securities posts 18 pct drop in 2018 profit

SINGAPORE/Hong Kong, March 21 CITIC Securities Co Ltd, China's biggest brokerage by market value, reported an 18 percent fall in 2018 net profit on Thursday amid a weak domestic stock market.

21 Mar 2019

Breakingviews - Citic and CLSA will survive boss departure

HONG KONG (Reuters Breakingviews) - CLSA will survive the departure of its bosses. Jonathan Slone is quitting, shortly after its chairman left. The moves have led to whispers of a culture clash with China’s Citic Securities, which bought the Hong Kong brokerage for $1.3 billion in 2013. Bank mergers are always challenging. Still, it’s too early to write this one off.

20 Mar 2019

China's CITIC Securities Q3 profit falls 42 pct

SHANGHAI/BEIJING, Oct 30 China's biggest brokerage CITIC Securities Co Ltd reported on Tuesday a 42 percent drop in third-quarter earnings on shrinking investment returns.

30 Oct 2018

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