52 Week Range
As of on the Shanghai Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay
3M AVG Volume
52 Week High
52 Week Low
Shares Out (MIL)
Market Cap (MIL)
Dividend (Yield %)
Ningbo Zhoushan Port's Board Elects Chairman
Ningbo Zhoushan Port's Container Throughput Down 8.3% Y/Y In May
Ningbo Zhoushan Port's Container Throughput Down 3% Y/Y In April
Ningbo Zhoushan Port Company Limited, formerly Ningbo Port Company Limited, is a China-based company, principally engaged in the operation of ports. The Company's businesses include container loading and unloading, iron ore loading and unloading, crude oil loading and unloading, other cargo loading and loading, comprehensive logistics and other business. The Company is also engaged in the trading sales. The Company mainly conducts its businesses within domestic markets.
Global Shipping Plaza
No. 269, Ningdong Road
Chairman of the Board
General Manager, Director
Deputy General Manager, Director
Deputy General Manager
Deputy General Manager
Price To Earnings (TTM)
Price To Sales (TTM)
Price To Book (MRQ)
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
Return on Investment (TTM)
Return on Equity (TTM)
China's top container ports are loosening the backlog of cargoes on their docks as workers return to their jobs after coronavirus travel curbs that kept them away and jammed up global supply chains have been eased.
China's top container ports are loosening the backlog of cargoes on their docks as workers return to their posts after coronavirus travel curbs that kept them away and jammed up global supply chains have been eased.
Chinese shares rebounded on Monday, after suffering heavy losses in the previous session, after the central bank governor pledged more support for a slowing economy.
Shares in China rebounded on Monday morning after tumbling in the previous session, as the country's central bank pledged to further support the slowing economy by spurring loans and lowering borrowing costs. ** At the midday break, the Shanghai Composite index was up 1.22...
China stocks recouped early losses and edged higher on Thursday, aided by a strong bounce in start-ups as investors hunted for bargains after small caps were mauled last week.
China stocks slipped on Thursday morning, dragged down by losses in resource firms, despite data showing the world's second-largest economy remains on a solid footing.
Quote and financial data from Refinitiv. Fund performance data provided by Lipper. All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes.