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Agricultural Bank of China Ltd (601288.SS)

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AGRICULTURAL BANK OF CHINA LIMITED is a commercial bank. The Bank operates its businesses primarily through corporate banking, including corporate deposit, corporate loan, note discount, small-sized corporate services, organization business, settlement and cash management, trade financing and international settlement, investment... (more)


Beta: 0.62
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥1,017,055.00
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 324,794.09
Dividend: 0.17
Yield (%): 5.28


  601288.SS Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 5.73 15.63 16.64
EPS (TTM): 0.55 -- --
ROI: -- 0.00 0.43
ROE: 15.06 17.80 16.98

BRIEF-China West Construction signs strategic agreement with AgBank's Xinjiang branch

* Says it signs strategic agreement with Agricultural Bank of China Ltd's Xinjiang branch

Sep 20 2016

China's AgBank H1 profit rises slightly, bad loans grow

BEIJING, Aug 26 Agricultural Bank of China Ltd (AgBank) reported on Friday a slight 0.8 percent rise in first-half net profit as its lending margins shrank, and the country's third-biggest lender by assets also recorded higher bad debts.

Aug 26 2016

China's AgBank to clear yuan transactions in Dubai for UAE - sources

HONG KONG, Aug 11 Agricultural Bank of China Ltd (AgBank) will be allowed to clear yuan transactions in Dubai for the United Arab Emirates, sources with direct knowledge of the matter said on Thursday.

Aug 11 2016

BRIEF-Agricultural Bank Of China appoints Zhou Mubing as chairman

* Says it appoints Zhou Mubing as chairman of the board and director of the co, effective from July 1

Jul 04 2016

BRIEF-Agricultural Bank Of China to pay 2015 div on July 7

* Says it will pay cash dividend of 1.668 yuan per 10 shares (before tax) to shareholders for 2015 as a record of July 6

Jun 30 2016

RPT-Chinese banks load up on overpriced municipal bonds

LONDON, May 10 (IFR) - China's biggest banks are loading up on trillions of renminbi of municipal bonds at artificially high prices, in a move that could leave the sector with large underwater exposures to indebted local governments that cannot be offloaded without taking substantial losses.

May 10 2016

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