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China Mobile Ltd (CHL)

CHL on New York Consolidated

55.58USD
26 May 2017
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$-0.23 (-0.41%)
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About

China Mobile Limited is an investment holding company principally engaged in telecommunication and related businesses. Its main businesses include Mobile businesses and Wireline Broadband businesses. Mobile businesses include two categories of services. Voice services include local calls, domestic and international long distance... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.38
Market Cap(Mil.): $226,890.20
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 4,095.10
Dividend: 0.80
Yield (%): 3.17

Financials

  CHL Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 14.37 66.67 25.77
EPS (TTM): 3.88 -- --
ROI: 11.42 4.98 21.23
ROE: 11.47 9.73 23.72

Fitch Affirms China Mobile at 'A+', Stable Outlook

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) HONG KONG, May 25 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has affirmed China Mobile Limited's (CML) Long-Term Foreign-Currency and Local-Currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) at 'A+'. The Outlook is Stable. KEY RATING DRIVERS Dominant Mobile Market Position: The ratings reflect Fitch's expectations that CML would be able to maintain its dominant position in China's mobile market over the medium term due to its significant economies of scale, robust fina

May 25 2017

BRIEF-Enea, China Mobile, ARM and Cavium sign deal for cooperation in China Mobile Open NFV Testlab

* ENEA AB - CHINA MOBILE, ARM, CAVIUM AND ENEA SIGN AGREEMENT FOR COOPERATION IN CHINA MOBILE OPEN NFV TESTLAB Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

May 02 2017

RPT-China Mobile, others approached for buying into Singapore telco M1 -sources

SINGAPORE, April 21 Top shareholders in Singapore telecoms company M1 Ltd have approached potential buyers China Mobile and global private equity firms, among others, to sell their combined majority stake in the firm, sources familiar with the matter said.

Apr 23 2017

China Mobile, others approached for buying into Singapore telco M1: sources

SINGAPORE Top shareholders in Singapore telecoms company M1 Ltd have approached potential buyers China Mobile and global private equity firms, among others, to sell their combined majority stake in the firm, sources familiar with the matter said.

Apr 21 2017

China Mobile, others approached for buying into Singapore telco M1 -sources

SINGAPORE, April 21 Top shareholders in Singapore telecoms company M1 Ltd have approached potential buyers China Mobile and global private equity firms, among others, to sell their combined majority stake in the firm, sources familiar with the matter said.

Apr 21 2017

China Mobile reports 3.7 pct rise in Q1 profit, revenue

HONG KONG, April 20 China Mobile Ltd, the country's largest telecoms network operator, said on Thursday its first-quarter profit was up by 3.7 percent due to demand for its 4G mobile broadband service.

Apr 20 2017

UPDATE 1-China-backed fund to acquire Xcerra for $580 million

NEW YORK, April 10 A unit of a large semiconductor investment fund linked to the Chinese state has agreed to buy U.S. semiconductor testing company Xcerra Corp for $580 million in cash, the companies said on Monday.

Apr 10 2017

State-owned China Unicom says parent reviewing mixed-ownership structure

HONG KONG State-owned China Unicom Hong Kong Ltd said its top shareholder China United Network Communications Ltd was reviewing its ownership structure as Beijing puts pressure on telcos to bring in private investors and boost competition.

Apr 05 2017

State-owned China Unicom says parent reviewing mixed-ownership structure

HONG KONG, April 6 State-owned China Unicom Hong Kong Ltd said its top shareholder China United Network Communications Ltd was reviewing its ownership structure as Beijing puts pressure on telcos to bring in private investors and boost competition.

Apr 05 2017

Fitch: Chinese Telcos' Capex Cuts Offset Tariff, Dividend Pressure

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) HONG KONG/SYDNEY, March 29 (Fitch) The continued decline in Chinese telecoms operators' capex in 2017 should lead to improved free cash flow (FCF), despite the increase in dividend payout and another round of government-directed tariff cuts, Fitch Ratings says. We expect further capex cuts in 2018, as we expect operators to continue to trim 4G investment, and 5G capex is likely to be limited before 2020. In 2017, we forecast China Mobil

Mar 29 2017

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