Today was mixed for the major China stocks. Five finished up, with China Telecom leading the pack, putting on 1.7%. CNOOC did next best, gaining 1.27%. With three stocks static, twelve fell on the day, though only SAIC Motor was down by over by 1% (closing down 1.03%). Banks did poorly, with China Construction Bank, Agricultural Bank and Bank of Communications all down, while Bank of China and ICBC showed no movement.
The Shanghai Composite Index finished up slightly, gaining 1.13 points (0.05%), to close at 2,220.50. Over the week it picked up 24.13 points, or just over 1%.
With Thanksgiving yesterday, the NYSE was closed, hence no earnings reports.
||52wk high||52wk low||EPS||P/E|
|China Construction Bank||4.39||-0.02 (-0.45%)||1.10B||5.19||3.9||CN¥0.85||5.19|
|Agricultural Bank||2.61||-0.01 (-0.38%)||847,712.61M||3.28||2.38||CN¥0.50||5.2|
|Bank of China||2.81||0.00 (0.00%)||784,407.22M||3.26||2.48||CN¥0.53||5.29|
|China Mobile||83.5||+0.90 (1.09%)||1.68B||91.8||74.9||HK$8.14||10.25|
|Noble Group||1.11||-0.00 (-0.45%)||7,322.92M||1.27||0.785||SGD0.04||30.87|
|China State Construction||3.27||-0.02 (-0.61%)||98,100.00M||4.18||2.9||CN¥0.62||5.31|
|China Railway Construction||5.38||-0.01 (-0.19%)||66,375.97M||6.49||3.95||CN¥0.84||6.39|
|China Railway Group||2.98||-0.03 (-1.00%)||63,473.70M||3.41||2.3||CN¥0.44||6.8|
|SAIC Motor||15.38||-0.16 (-1.03%)||169,573.22M||19||11.83||CN¥2.05||7.5|
|China Life Insurance||15.7||-0.11 (-0.70%)||443,755.86M||22.7||12.88||CN¥0.97||16.24|
|Dongfeng Motor||12.32||+0.06 (0.49%)||106,150.60M||13.26||9.48||HK$1.37||9.01|
|China Shenhua||16.9||-0.16 (-0.94%)||336,134.58M||25.7||15.51||CN¥2.25||7.51|
|Ping An Insurance||41.55||+0.06 (0.14%)||328,915.70M||53.27||31.69||CN¥3.45||12.05|
|China Telecom||4.19||+0.07 (1.70%)||339,106.63M||4.46||3.48||HK$0.26||16.33|
|China Communications Construction||4.27||0.00 (0.00%)||69,066.12M||5.79||3.8||CN¥0.81||5.28|
|Bank of Communications||4.15||-0.01 (-0.24%)||308,190.32M||5.68||3.68||CN¥0.84||4.93|
Inevitably, given the recent Qingdao disaster, Sinopec was the biggest faller of the week, with PetroChina not far behind. Perhaps as counterpoint, China Shenhua (mostly involved in coal) was one of the biggest risers. China Mobile also rose markedly, on Apple rumours/leaks.