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China Construction Bank Corp (601939.SS)

601939.SS on Shanghai Stock Exchange

6.62CNY
3:29am GMT
Change (% chg)

¥0.03 (+0.46%)
Prev Close
¥6.59
Open
¥6.62
Day's High
¥6.64
Day's Low
¥6.60
Volume
26,127,627
Avg. Vol
88,297,621
52-wk High
¥9.88
52-wk Low
¥6.15

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About

CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATION is a commercial bank. The Bank operates its businesses through corporate banking businesses, including corporate deposit, corporate credit loan, asset custody, enterprise annuity, trade financing, international settlement, international financing and value-added services, among others,... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.87
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥1,578,936.00
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 250,163.50
Dividend: 0.28
Yield (%): 3.99

Financials

  601939.SS Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 7.37 19.02 19.31
EPS (TTM): 0.95 -- --
ROI: -- 0.00 0.44
ROE: 15.14 16.14 15.50

UPDATE 1-China Construction Bank's Q3 profit up 6.6 pct as bad loans dip

BEIJING/SHANGHAI, Oct 23 China Construction Bank Corp (CCB) , the country's second-biggest lender by assets, reported a 6.6 percent rise in third-quarter net profit on Tuesday, as its bad loan ratio dipped and interest margins stabilised.

23 Oct 2018

China Construction Bank's third-quarter profit rises 6.6 pct

BEIJING/SHANGHAI, Oct 23 China Construction Bank Corp (CCB) , the country's second-biggest lender by assets, reported a 6.6 percent rise in third-quarter net profit on Tuesday.

23 Oct 2018

UPDATE 3-Three of China's Big Four banks post higher profits, bad loans steady

* Non-performing loan ratios hold steady (Recasts, adds CCB results)

28 Aug 2018

China Construction Bank H1 net profit rises 6 pct

BEIJING, Aug 28 China Construction Bank Corp (CCB), the country's second-biggest lender by assets, on Tuesday reported a 6 percent growth in first-half profit.

28 Aug 2018

HK regulator fines China Construction Bank unit $3 mln for IPO sponsor failings

HONG KONG, July 9 Hong Kong's securities regulator has fined China Construction Bank International Capital (CCBIC) HK$24 million ($3.06 million) for failings related to its role as sponsor when it tried to bring seafood company Fujian Dongya Aquatics to market in 2014.

09 Jul 2018

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