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- BlackRock and Fidelity put China's Communists into company laws
- China's big banks emerge as winners from 'regulatory windstorm'
- Hunt for a China equity benchmark continues to elude investors
- Chinese stocks get unified Hong Kong treatment
- Companies can no longer bank on the Chinese for funds
- China's traditional banks lose branding ground to internet rivals
- Private equity puts $600m into Mobike ahead of UK expansion
- Fund managers buy back into Chinese banks
- China's 'bad banks' thrive as alternative lenders
As of last trade
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd (ICK:DUS) traded at 0.657, -3.38% below its 52-week high of 0.68, set on Mar 02, 2017.
0.515Nov 11 20160.68Mar 02 2017
Markit short selling activity
|Market cap||2.50tn HKD|
|EPS (TTM)||0.9075 |
|Annual div (ADY)||0.0301 |
|Annual div yield (ADY)||4.60%|
|Div ex-date||Jul 03 2017|
|Div pay-date||Aug 02 2017|
Data delayed at least 15 minutes, as of Oct 24 2017 07:06 BST.