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China International Capital Corporation Limited (3908.HK)

HKSE - HKSE Delayed price. Currency in HKD
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8.180-0.040 (-0.49%)
As of 11:15AM HKT. Market open.
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Previous close8.220
Open8.230
Bid8.180 x 0
Ask8.190 x 0
Day's range8.120 - 8.270
52-week range7.990 - 18.800
Volume3,870,111
Avg. volume16,912,631
Market cap103.616B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.81
PE ratio (TTM)8.18
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.20 (2.40%)
Ex-dividend date03 Jul 2024
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters SG

    Chinese state-owned brokerage to ramp up investment banking business in Southeast Asia

    A unit of state-owned brokerage China Galaxy Securities (CGS) plans to expand its investment banking team in Southeast Asia to 50 people next year from 30 now, a senior executive said, betting on a rise in dealmaking in the region amid a sluggish market at home. CGS International Securities is also in the process of securing a license to help manage initial public offerings (IPOs) in Malaysia, said Jason Saw, its group head of investment banking. Singapore-headquartered CGS International has over the last 1-1/2 years obtained investment banking business licenses in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand, Saw told Reuters in an interview.

  • Simply Wall St.

    July 2024 Insight: 3 SEHK Stocks Estimated To Be Trading Below Fair Value

    Amidst a backdrop of global economic fluctuations and mixed performances in key markets, the Hong Kong stock market has shown resilience, with the Hang Seng Index posting modest gains. This stability presents an intriguing opportunity for investors to consider stocks that may be trading below their fair value, potentially offering attractive returns in a cautiously optimistic economic environment.

  • Reuters

    China's CICC eyes Southeast Asia expansion in bid to ease domestic woes

    China International Capital Corp (CICC) plans to expand its presence in Southeast Asia by opening offices in countries including Indonesia and Malaysia, said its investment banking head, as a slump in deals at home hurts its prospects. Founded in 1995, the Beijing-based investment bank currently has a presence in seven international financial centers outside of mainland China, including in Hong Kong, New York, London and Singapore. State-owned CICC opened a representative office in Vietnam in June, extending its presence in Southeast Asia, home to several fast growing economies.