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Bank of China Limited (BACHY)

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9.74+0.01 (+0.05%)
At close: 03:48PM EST
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Previous close9.74
Open9.74
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range9.72 - 9.78
52-week range8.16 - 10.87
Volume72,985
Avg. volume48,196
Market cap163.675B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.39
PE ratio (TTM)3.84
EPS (TTM)2.54
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.80 (8.26%)
Ex-dividend date05 Jul 2023
1y target estN/A
  • South China Morning Post

    CCB, BOC and China Everbright among Chinese lenders that have injected billions into 'whitelist' housing projects

    Leading Chinese banks have injected billions of yuan into housing projects with the aim of financing the completion of pre-sold but yet-to-be-completed homes across the country, according to figures released by the lenders. The initiative, which falls under the so-called whitelist mechanism, is part of Beijing's efforts to revive a weakening property sector that accounts for a quarter of China's gross domestic product. China Construction Bank (CCB), one of the largest state-owned commercial bank

  • South China Morning Post

    Chinese yuan gives US dollar a run for its money as African trade embraces other currencies

    When you land at the Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka, one of the billboards welcoming you to the Zambian capital advertises the services of the Bank of China (BOC). There are not many countries in Africa where the Chinese government-owned financial institution offers fully fledged banking services in renminbi (RMB), the official Chinese currency. Apart from Zambia, BOC has a branch in Johannesburg, South Africa, and it also has a representative office in Kenya's capital, Nairobi.

  • Reuters

    Bank of China starts nationwide move to reduce salary gap among employees, manager levels -sources

    Bank of China Ltd, China's fourth-largest lender by assets, has launched a countrywide exercise to reduce the salary gaps among its employees and mid- and high-level managers in response to Beijing's "common prosperity" drive, three sources with knowledge of the matter said. President Xi Jinping launched the common prosperity drive in 2021 as an effort to reduce income inequality, which could threaten long-term economic growth and even the legitimacy of Communist Party rule. The move follows pay cuts being made at investment banks such as China International Capital Corp (CICC).