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CHINA FINEBLANKING TWD10 (1586.TWO)


Taiwan OTC - Taiwan OTC Delayed price. Currency in TWD
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27.15-0.60 (-2.16%)
As of 11:56AM CST. Market open.
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Previous close27.75
Open27.80
Bid27.15 x
Ask27.20 x
Day's range26.85 - 28.05
52-week range20.50 - 34.99
Volume773,000
Avg. volume816,120
Market cap1.89B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters - UK Focus3 years ago

    Global derivatives body ISDA names O'Malia as CEO

    Global derivatives trade group, the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA), said on Wednesday it had appointed leading U.S. regulator Scott O'Malia as its chief executive. O'Malia, who on Monday said he was stepping down from his role as a commissioner at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC (Taiwan OTC: 1586.TWO - news) ), will join the ISDA from Aug 18, a dramatic move that will see him represent the banks he has regulated for the past four-and-a-half years. ISDA is the major global lobby group for the over-the-counter derivatives market, counting the world's largest investment banks among its members. The trade body has played a key role in the broader debate on how to make the derivatives markets safer after the 2008 global financial crisis.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 years ago

    FX COLUMN-Kiwi's ascent may be reaching its zenith

    - Neal Kimberley is an FX market analyst for Reuters. LONDON, June 30 (Reuters)- It may be time to take profits on sharp gains in the New Zealand dollar versus the U.S. dollar , even though the yield and macro-economic arguments for keeping the long position open remain. The kiwi, as the New Zealand dollar is known, soared to $0.8795 on Friday from $0.8400 on June 4, no mean feat for a flightless bird, and only half a cent below its post-1985 float high of $0.8842 hit in 2011. On the surface, the evidence for continuing appreciation of the New Zealand dollar versus the greenback seems compelling.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 years ago

    EU throws down gauntlet to U.S. over derivatives

    * EU holds out on recognising U.S. rules LONDON, June 27 (Reuters) - The European Union said it will help build a seamless global market in financial derivatives by accepting rules used in five countries, adding the United States would get the green light too if it showed flexibility. On Friday, the EU's financial services chief Michel Barnier said he would accept that derivatives rules for clearers from Japan, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong and India are equivalent to the bloc's own rules. "Global derivatives markets need worldwide standards and national rules that work together seamlessly," Barnier said in a statement.