• Price (HKD)19.30
  • Today's Change-0.08 / -0.41%
  • Shares traded4.87m
  • 1 Year change64.12%
  • Beta1.3310
Data delayed at least 15 minutes, as of Aug 18 2017 09:08 BST.
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Inc stmt in CNYIncome statement in CNYView more

Year on year ZTE Corp had net income fall from a gain of 3.62bn to a loss of 1.86bn despite relatively flat revenues. A contributing factor has been an increase in the selling, general and administrative costs as a percentage of sales from 16.03% to 17.25%.
Gross margin29.26%
Net profit margin-1.39%
Operating margin0.34%
Return on assets-1.06%
Return on equity-6.31%
Return on investment-3.01%
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Cash flow in CNYView more

In 2016, ZTE Corp increased its cash reserves by 12.90%, or 3.43bn. Cash Flow from Financing totalled 4.03bn or 3.98% of revenues. In addition the company generated 3.09bn in cash from operations while cash used for investing totalled 3.65bn.
Cash flow per share0.2881
Price/Cash flow per share88.86
Book value per share9.98
Tangible book value per share8.68
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Balance sheet in CNYView more

ZTE Corp has a Debt to Total Capital ratio of 35.07%, a higher figure than the previous year's 15.43%.
Current ratio1.23
Quick ratio0.938
Total debt/total equity0.6182
Total debt/total capital0.3507
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