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Aluminum Corp of China Ltd (601600.SS)

601600.SS on Shanghai Stock Exchange

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Aluminum Corporation of China Limited (Chalco) is an aluminum producer with operations in bauxite and coal mining, alumina refining and primary aluminum smelting. The Company operates through alumina segment, including the mining and purchasing of bauxite and other raw materials, and production and sale of alumina, as well as... (more)

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Beta: 1.62
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥104,459.80
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 14,903.80
Dividend: --
Yield (%): --

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P/E (TTM): -- 24.23 16.31
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ROI: -- 2.68 35.74
ROE: -- 3.45 17.71

China ramps up aluminum output in Dec amid new capacity launches

BEIJING China's aluminum production rebounded in December to its highest since June, reversing five months of declines, as state-owned Chinalco launched new capacity even as Beijing curbed its private rivals, lifting 2017 output to a record.

Jan 18 2018

UPDATE 2-China ramps up aluminium output in Dec amid new capacity launches

* Non-ferrous output +9.3 pct in Dec, sets annual record high (Adds analyst comment, context)

Jan 18 2018

Chalco to issue shares to buy back stakes in four subsidiaries

BEIJING, Jan 11 Aluminum Corp of China Ltd said on Thursday it would buy back stakes in four subsidiaries barely one month after selling them to a group of outside investors for a combined 12.6 billion yuan ($1.94 billion).

Jan 11 2018

Chalco agrees $1.5 billion debt financing plan with China Pacific Insurance

BEIJING Aluminum Corp of China Ltd on Wednesday said it had agreed a debt financing plan, worth up to 10 billion yuan ($1.53 billion), with China Pacific Insurance Group Co to help fund construction of key projects.

Sep 13 2017

Chalco agrees $1.5 bln debt financing plan with China Pacific Insurance

BEIJING, Sept 13 Aluminum Corp of China Ltd on Wednesday said it had agreed a debt financing plan, worth up to 10 billion yuan ($1.53 billion), with China Pacific Insurance Group Co to help fund construction of key projects.

Sep 13 2017

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