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China Communications Construction Co Ltd (1800.HK)

1800.HK on Hong Kong Stock

8.33HKD
30 Jun 2016
Change (% chg)

HK$0.21 (+2.59%)
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HK$8.12
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HK$8.30
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Volume
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About

China Communications Construction Company Limited is primarily engaged in the infrastructure construction business. The Company conducts its infrastructure construction business primarily through port construction, road and bridge construction, railway construction, investment, overseas engineering, as well as municipal public... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.26
Market Cap(Mil.): HK$179,588.20
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 16,174.74
Dividend: 0.23
Yield (%): 2.83

Financials

  1800.HK Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 7.01 25.31 25.70
EPS (TTM): 1.14 -- --
ROI: 5.20 6.96 6.36
ROE: 12.02 10.46 9.87

BRIEF-Unit of China Communications Construction to invest in Greentown China's bonds

March 29 China Communications Construction Co Ltd

Mar 29 2016

Short of options, Sri Lanka turns back to Beijing's embrace

COLOMBO Just over a year after a new leader was elected and Sri Lanka's business ties with China came under close scrutiny, Colombo is reversing course by resuming a stalled port project and naming Beijing as the front runner for a new special economic zone.

Feb 10 2016

Short of options, Sri Lanka turns back to Beijing's embrace

COLOMBO Just over a year after a new leader was elected and Sri Lanka's business ties with China came under close scrutiny, Colombo is reversing course by resuming a stalled port project and naming Beijing as the front runner for a new special economic zone.

Feb 10 2016

Short of options, Sri Lanka turns back to Beijing's embrace

COLOMBO, Feb 11 Just over a year after a new leader was elected and Sri Lanka's business ties with China came under close scrutiny, Colombo is reversing course by resuming a stalled port project and naming Beijing as the front runner for a new special economic zone.

Feb 10 2016

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