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Agricultural Bank of China Limited (ACGBF)

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0.4850.000 (0.000%)
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Previous close0.485
Bid0.000 x
Ask0.000 x
Day's range0.000 - 0.000
52-week range
Avg. volume2,215
Market cap150.14B
PE ratio (TTM)5.99
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
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  • Reuters4 months ago

    Profits near flat at two of China's Big Five banks, pressures persist

    Two of China's 'Big Five' lenders, Bank of Communications (BoCom) and Agricultural Bank of China (AgBank), reported modest annual profit growth on Tuesday, as they battled operating pressures and the narrowest net interest margins since at least 2011. China's central bank cut benchmark interest rates six times in 2014-15 in a bid to revive a slowing economy, but that dragged down margins - a key gauge of profitability for lenders. The pressure on assets will be strong this year and there will be a rise in sour debts, Peng Chun, president of BoCom, China's fifth-largest listed commercial bank by assets, said at an earnings briefing in Hong Kong.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Myanmar praises China for suspending rebels' bank account

    Myanmar's government praised China on Wednesday for suspending a Chinese bank account used by ethnic rebels fighting Myanmar troops, in a move to prevent potential damage to diplomatic ties. Reuters has revealed that an ethnic rebel armed group fighting Myanmar forces near the Chinese border had been openly soliciting funds via China's giant state-owned lender Agricultural Bank Of China (AgBank). Myanmar's peace process - started under the previous semi-civilian administration - has lost momentum after Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi came to power in 2016, with some of the militias accusing her of a one-sided approach and refusing to join a major peace conference.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    China's AgBank suspends account being used to crowdfund Myanmar rebels

    One of China's biggest state-owned lenders has suspended an account used to fund ethnic rebels fighting government troops in Myanmar, halting an arrangement that could have stoked diplomatic tensions between Beijing and Myanmar. The Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA), which clashed with government forces this month, said Agricultural Bank Of China (AgBank) was no longer accepting funds into an account it used to receive donations from supporters. Reuters was unable to confirm what prompted AgBank's move.