SAIC Motor

China Stock Watch 23/1/14

After yesterday’s nearly unanimous gains, the lower-than-expected manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index report today has led to across-the-board losses. Declines ranged from 3.43% in the case of Noble Group to a marginal 0.08% for SAIC Motor. The problem was, not only was the PMI index lower than expected, but coming in at 49.6, it indicated contraction. If so, the Chinese economy may well be slowing faster than expected. It may be that with Chinese New Year coming up, purchases are being delayed, but give liquidity worries, it could equally be that businesses are holding off on investment until the business and macroeconomic environment stabilizes.

The other really interesting story concerns a judge ruling that the Chinese units of the “Big 4” auditors (Ernst & Young, KMPG, Deloitte and PwC) should barred from auditing US-listed companies for six months. The stand-off over their refusal to pass documents to the Securities Commission has been rumbling on for some time, and while it may seem esoteric, comes down to the ability of the US to control and administer its markets as it sees fit. It is an intriguing case of two nations with deep-seated belief in their exceptionalism. As Prof Gillis notes, the consequence may well be state-owned enterprises withdrawing from their US listings.

The Shanghai Composite fell 9.57 points (or -0.47%) to close at 2,042.18.

Name Price Change Mkt cap 52wk high 52wk low EPS P/E
Sinopec 4.58 -0.07 (-1.51%) 533,869.13M 7.03 4.05 CN¥0.62 7.45
PetroChina 7.62 -0.07 (-0.91%) 1.39B 9.5 7.08 CN¥0.68 11.28
ICBC 3.41 -0.02 (-0.58%) 1.20B 4.53 3.38 CN¥0.74 4.64
China Construction Bank 3.92 -0.04 (-1.01%) 980,043.05M 5.19 3.8 CN¥0.85 4.63
Agricultural Bank 2.37 -0.02 (-0.84%) 769,762.02M 3.28 2.35 CN¥0.50 4.72
Bank of China 2.49 -0.02 (-0.80%) 695,617.74M 3.26 2.45 CN¥0.53 4.69
China Mobile 77.00* -0.65 (-0.84%) 1.55B 89.2 74.9 HK$8.20 9.39
Noble Group 0.985 -0.035 (-3.43%) 6,527.67M 1.27 0.785 SGD0.04 26.99
China State Construction 3.02 -0.05 (-1.63%) 90,600.00M 4.18 2.9 CN¥0.62 4.9
CNOOC 12.74* -0.12 (-0.93%) 568,808.58M 16.52 12.04 HK$1.89 6.73
China Railway Construction 4.23 -0.07 (-1.63%) 52,187.80M 6.25 3.95 CN¥0.84 5.02
China Railway Group 2.45 -0.03 (-1.21%) 52,184.76M 3.36 2.3 CN¥0.44 5.59
SAIC Motor 13.08 -0.01 (-0.08%) 144,214.41M 19 11.83 CN¥2.05 6.38
China Life Insurance 14.51 -0.13 (-0.89%) 410,120.88M 22 12.88 CN¥0.97 15.01
Dongfeng Motor 11.44* -0.14 (-1.21%) 98,568.41M 13.28 9.48 HK$1.38 8.31
China Shenhua 14.26 -0.13 (-0.90%) 283,625.99M 25.28 13.97 CN¥2.25 6.33
Ping An Insurance 41 -0.81 (-1.94%) 324,561.83M 53.27 31.69 CN¥3.45 11.89
China Telecom 3.66* -0.05 (-1.35%) 296,212.48M 4.4 3.48 HK$0.26 14.16
China Communications Construction 3.86 -0.03 (-0.77%) 62,434.48M 5.79 3.74 CN¥0.81 4.77
Bank of Communications 3.75 -0.03 (-0.79%) 278,485.22M 5.68 3.65 CN¥0.84 4.45
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China Stock Watch 22/1/14

The big news today is of course the revelations (if something so unsurprising can be revelatory) of the offshore haven fortunes of China’s princelings and leaders. One of the main implications for business in China will be for facilitators such as PricewaterhouseCoopers, UBS and Credit Suisse etc. It will be difficult for any foreign company to work with them in China without the suspicion of corruption. Fallout for the tax-haven companies themselves won’t be such a problem; they are not there to conduct business after all, but to facilitate the smooth transfer of large amounts of capital from China to a safe place. It will be interesting to see if there are shareholder revolts for major companies caught up in the disclosures of offshore entities.

China-watcher Bill Bishop commented that the Chinese leadership will believe that “it is under attack from Western media“, after similar exposes of the fortunes of the family of Wen Jiabao and Xi Jinping. Perhaps so. They do provide an enormously satisfying target, in a country where they have a ruthless monopoly of power. Nonetheless, with power and prominence comes scrutiny, for which their behaviour suggests they are not prepared.

With the PBOC having provided fresh liquidity on Monday, stocks continued to rebound, with nineteen of the twenty blue chips finishing up on the day’s trading. SAIC Motor (up 3.23% to RMB13.09) and China Telecom (up 2.49% to HK$3.70) were the best performers, though a full fourteen out of twenty rose by over 1%. Only CNOOC fell, with yesterday’s disappointing news of missed targets still depressing investors; it closed down 1.99% to HK$12.82.

The Shanghai Composite finished at 2,051.75, up 43.44 (+2.16%). Increasing the (feeling of) wealth of ordinary Chinese is the only means of legitimacy the party has. This may mean that tough choices which reduce short-term growth in favour of restructuring will be delayed. More sabre-rattling in the South China Sea is another possibility for a pressurised leadership. Neither is encouraging for those who wish China well.

Name Price Change Mkt cap 52wk high 52wk low EPS P/E
Sinopec 4.64 +0.03 (0.65%) 540,863.04M 7.03 4.05 CN¥0.62 7.54
PetroChina 7.7 +0.07 (0.92%) 1.41B 9.5 7.08 CN¥0.68 11.4
ICBC 3.43 +0.03 (0.88%) 1.21B 4.53 3.38 CN¥0.74 4.66
China Construction Bank 3.96 +0.04 (1.02%) 990,043.48M 5.19 3.8 CN¥0.85 4.68
Agricultural Bank 2.38 +0.01 (0.42%) 773,010.04M 3.28 2.35 CN¥0.50 4.74
Bank of China 2.51 +0.04 (1.62%) 701,205.02M 3.26 2.45 CN¥0.53 4.73
China Mobile 77.85* +0.70 (0.91%) 1.56B 89.2 74.9 HK$8.20 9.49
Noble Group 1.01 +0.01 (1.00%) 6,726.49M 1.27 0.785 SGD0.04 27.82
China State Construction 3.07 +0.07 (2.33%) 92,100.00M 4.18 2.9 CN¥0.62 4.98
CNOOC 12.82* -0.26 (-1.99%) 572,380.37M 16.52 12.04 HK$1.89 6.77
China Railway Construction 4.3 +0.10 (2.38%) 53,051.43M 6.25 3.95 CN¥0.84 5.11
China Railway Group 2.48 +0.06 (2.48%) 52,823.75M 3.36 2.3 CN¥0.44 5.66
SAIC Motor 13.09 +0.41 (3.23%) 144,324.67M 19 11.83 CN¥2.05 6.38
China Life Insurance 14.65 +0.35 (2.45%) 414,077.92M 22 12.88 CN¥0.97 15.16
Dongfeng Motor 11.70* +0.18 (1.56%) 100,808.60M 13.28 9.48 HK$1.38 8.49
China Shenhua 14.39 +0.24 (1.70%) 286,211.65M 25.28 13.97 CN¥2.25 6.39
Ping An Insurance 41.85 +0.50 (1.21%) 331,290.53M 53.27 31.69 CN¥3.45 12.13
China Telecom 3.70* +0.09 (2.49%) 299,449.77M 4.41 3.48 HK$0.26 14.31
China Communications Construction 3.89 +0.08 (2.10%) 62,919.72M 5.79 3.74 CN¥0.81 4.81
Bank of Communications 3.77 +0.04 (1.07%) 279,970.48M 5.68 3.65 CN¥0.84 4.47

China Stock Watch 21/1/14

After yesterday’s pessimism over the spiking interbank rate and worries over trust product defaults, stocks rebounded upon a RMB2255bn liquidity injection from the PBOC. Cash shortages were partly down to the run-up to Chinese New Year, although evidently the influence of funds from Alibaba and Ping An Insurance, for example, which offer substantially over the bank rate, is helping dry up bank deposits. The expectation is that with the PBOC sitting on massive FX reserves, it will be able to smooth over the bumps as banks have less deposits, SOEs have less access to capital (and hence are issuing more overseas bonds), and as the trust products and the shadow banking industry fail to provide the promised dividends. Time will tell, but the basic system of the Chinese economy is undergoing a rapture, and chances are there will be victims. Stocks trading around or even below book value is an almighty red flag.

On today’s trading, then, railway stocks did best, with China Railway Group gaining 2.19% to RMB4.2 a share, and China Railway Construction adding 1.68% to close at RMB2.42. Twelve of the twenty major stocks closed up, though only the aforementioned pair, SAIC Motor and Ping An Insurance put on over 1%. CNOOC had a very bad day, going down 6.3% to HK$13.08 on news that it had failed to meet production targets for the third year running. Energy stocks were otherwise flat, with China’s slower growth believed to herald lower growth in energy usage; both Sinopec and PetroChina finished the day as they started.

The Shanghai Composite closed at 2,008.31, having gained 17.06 points, or 0.86%.

Name Price Change Mkt cap 52wk high 52wk low EPS P/E
Sinopec 4.62 0.00 (0.00%) 538,531.74M 7.03 4.05 CN¥0.62 7.51
PetroChina 7.63 0.00 (0.00%) 1.40B 9.5 7.08 CN¥0.68 11.29
ICBC 3.4 0.00 (0.00%) 1.19B 4.53 3.38 CN¥0.74 4.62
China Construction Bank 3.92 +0.02 (0.51%) 980,043.05M 5.19 3.8 CN¥0.85 4.63
Agricultural Bank 2.37 +0.01 (0.42%) 769,762.02M 3.28 2.35 CN¥0.50 4.72
Bank of China 2.47 0.00 (0.00%) 690,030.45M 3.26 2.45 CN¥0.53 4.65
China Mobile 77.15* +0.50 (0.65%) 1.55B 89.2 74.9 HK$8.19 9.41
Noble Group 1 -0.01 (-0.99%) 6,660.21M 1.27 0.785 SGD0.04 27.64
China State Construction 3 +0.02 (0.67%) 90,000.00M 4.18 2.9 CN¥0.62 4.87
CNOOC 13.08* -0.88 (-6.30%) 583,988.72M 16.52 12.04 HK$1.89 6.91
China Railway Construction 4.2 +0.09 (2.19%) 51,817.67M 6.25 3.95 CN¥0.84 4.99
China Railway Group 2.42 +0.04 (1.68%) 51,545.76M 3.36 2.3 CN¥0.44 5.52
SAIC Motor 12.68 +0.20 (1.60%) 139,804.19M 19 11.83 CN¥2.05 6.18
China Life Insurance 14.3 +0.08 (0.56%) 404,185.29M 22 12.88 CN¥0.97 14.79
Dongfeng Motor 11.52* -0.04 (-0.35%) 99,257.71M 13.28 9.48 HK$1.38 8.37
China Shenhua 14.15 +0.06 (0.43%) 281,438.12M 25.28 13.97 CN¥2.25 6.29
Ping An Insurance 41.37 +0.65 (1.60%) 327,490.79M 53.27 31.69 CN¥3.45 11.99
China Telecom 3.61* -0.01 (-0.28%) 292,165.84M 4.42 3.48 HK$0.26 13.98
China Communications Construction 3.81 +0.02 (0.53%) 61,625.74M 5.79 3.74 CN¥0.81 4.71
Bank of Communications 3.73 +0.01 (0.27%) 276,999.97M 5.68 3.65 CN¥0.84 4.43

China Stock Watch 15/1/14

There may not be any posts tomorrow, I am flying London to Beijing tonight so chances to write will be minimal.

Today was tepid, with the majority moving by less than one percent, either way; a plurality showed a mild loss, while a moderate proportion showed gains. The biggest movers were Sinopec (gaining 1.31% to RMB4.65) and ICBC (down 1.99% to RMB3.45). ICBC is now close to its 52-week low of RMB3.4. With the Big 4 state-owned banks all trading around a P/E of 4.7, the market evidently has no great expectations of future growth (and large fears of thus-far hidden bad debts). They are, it is interesting to note, expanding into overseas markets, opening branches in cities from London to Calgary. One wonders what UK-born Chinese think of Bank of China‘s lumbering rules and regulations, for example. Probably not a lot.

Elsewhere only China Construction Bank moved by 1% (down to RMB3.96, losing 1% exactly).

Mild gains were seen in the auto manufacturing sector, with SAIC Motor (up 0.10% to RMB13.21) and Dongfeng Motor (up 0.34% to HK$11.64) shading up. Domestic sales are certainly zooming (or whatever onomatopoeic term you want to use) ahead but sales to the US remain minimal. This remains the holy grail for Chinese auto manufacturers, but with recalls too frequent and safety standards lagging, this is far out of their reach at the moment.

The Shanghai Composite closed down a smidgeon, to use the technical phrase, at 2,023.35 (down 3.49 points or -0.17%).

Name Price Change Mkt cap 52wk high 52wk low EPS P/E
Sinopec 4.65 +0.06 (1.31%) 542,028.72M 7.03 4.05 CN¥0.62 7.56
PetroChina 7.58 -0.04 (-0.52%) 1.39B 9.5 7.08 CN¥0.68 11.22
ICBC 3.45 -0.07 (-1.99%) 1.21B 4.53 3.4 CN¥0.74 4.69
China Construction Bank 3.96 -0.04 (-1.00%) 990,043.48M 5.19 3.8 CN¥0.85 4.68
Agricultural Bank 2.4 -0.01 (-0.41%) 779,505.91M 3.28 2.38 CN¥0.50 4.78
Bank of China 2.52 +0.01 (0.40%) 703,998.67M 3.26 2.48 CN¥0.53 4.75
China Mobile 77.10* -0.45 (-0.58%) 1.55B 90.45 74.9 HK$8.20 9.4
Noble Group 1.03 0.00 (0.49%) 6,859.03M 1.27 0.785 SGD0.04 28.64
China State Construction 2.98 +0.02 (0.68%) 89,400.00M 4.18 2.9 CN¥0.62 4.84
CNOOC 13.78* -0.06 (-0.43%) 615,241.93M 16.52 12.04 HK$1.89 7.28
China Railway Construction 4.16 -0.01 (-0.24%) 51,324.17M 6.46 3.95 CN¥0.84 4.94
China Railway Group 2.4 0.00 (0.00%) 51,119.76M 3.41 2.3 CN¥0.44 5.47
SAIC Motor 13.21 +0.10 (0.76%) 145,647.74M 19 11.83 CN¥2.05 6.44
China Life Insurance 14.25 +0.01 (0.07%) 402,772.05M 22 12.88 CN¥0.97 14.74
Dongfeng Motor 11.64* +0.04 (0.34%) 100,291.64M 13.28 9.48 HK$1.38 8.45
China Shenhua 14.53 -0.10 (-0.68%) 288,996.18M 25.28 14.4 CN¥2.25 6.45
Ping An Insurance 39.7 -0.29 (-0.73%) 314,270.85M 53.27 31.69 CN¥3.45 11.51
China Telecom 3.71* -0.01 (-0.27%) 300,259.09M 4.42 3.48 HK$0.26 14.36
China Communications Construction 3.84 -0.03 (-0.78%) 62,110.98M 5.79 3.8 CN¥0.81 4.74
Bank of Communications 3.76 -0.03 (-0.79%) 279,227.85M 5.68 3.65 CN¥0.84 4.46

China Stock Watch 13/1/14

A decent day for the major Chinese stocks, for the first since the post-Third Plenum euphoria wore off, it seems. Fourteen of the twenty gained on the day, with Dongfeng Motor by far the best performer, gaining 3.2% to close to HK$11.62. Sinopec, oddly enough, was the second best, up 1.36% to close at RMB4.48. This seems odd given the cost of the Qingdao refinery explosion and the loss of executives, but Chinese SOE executives are always disposable, and regularly rotated by the party machinery. One supposes it could have been worse. The Piper Alpha disaster cost 167 lives and £1.7 billion. Hopefully this will get safety regulations on Chinese oil and gas producers enforced with far greater stringency. The safety record in the mining industry does not inspire confidence elsewhere.

Only four stocks fell, with China State Construction doing worst, going down 1.01% to RMB2.95. SAIC Motor, China Life Insurance and Ping An Insurance all fell by less than 1%.

Nonetheless, the Shanghai Composite fell 3.73 (-0.19%) to close at 2,009.56. That barrier is awfully close.

Name Price Change Mkt cap 52wk high 52wk low EPS P/E
Sinopec 4.48 +0.06 (1.36%) 522,212.61M 7.03 4.05 CN¥0.62 7.28
PetroChina 7.56 +0.03 (0.40%) 1.38B 9.5 7.08 CN¥0.68 11.19
ICBC 3.54 +0.01 (0.28%) 1.24B 4.53 3.4 CN¥0.74 4.81
China Construction Bank 4.01 +0.05 (1.26%) 1.00B 5.19 3.8 CN¥0.85 4.74
Agricultural Bank 2.41 0.00 (0.00%) 782,753.85M 3.28 2.38 CN¥0.50 4.8
Bank of China 2.52 +0.03 (1.20%) 703,998.67M 3.26 2.48 CN¥0.53 4.75
China Mobile 77.85* +0.05 (0.06%) 1.56B 91.1 74.9 HK$8.20 9.5
Noble Group 1.04 0.00 (0.48%) 6,892.16M 1.27 0.785 SGD0.04 28.63
China State Construction 2.95 -0.03 (-1.01%) 88,500.00M 4.18 2.9 CN¥0.62 4.79
CNOOC 13.88* +0.12 (0.87%) 619,706.69M 16.62 12.04 HK$1.89 7.33
China Railway Construction 4.14 +0.02 (0.49%) 51,077.42M 6.46 3.95 CN¥0.84 4.92
China Railway Group 2.38 0.00 (0.00%) 50,693.76M 3.41 2.3 CN¥0.44 5.43
SAIC Motor 13.01 -0.05 (-0.38%) 143,442.62M 19 11.83 CN¥2.05 6.34
China Life Insurance 14.18 -0.12 (-0.84%) 400,793.53M 22 12.88 CN¥0.97 14.67
Dongfeng Motor 11.62* +0.36 (3.20%) 100,119.31M 13.28 9.48 HK$1.38 8.44
China Shenhua 14.57 +0.08 (0.55%) 289,791.76M 25.28 14.4 CN¥2.25 6.47
Ping An Insurance 39.5 -0.07 (-0.18%) 312,687.61M 53.27 31.69 CN¥3.45 11.45
China Telecom 3.73* +0.03 (0.81%) 301,877.74M 4.42 3.48 HK$0.26 14.44
China Communications Construction 3.85 +0.01 (0.26%) 62,272.73M 5.79 3.8 CN¥0.81 4.76
Bank of Communications 3.82 +0.02 (0.53%) 283,683.61M 5.68 3.65 CN¥0.84 4.53

China Stock Watch 10/1/14

Sorry there’s no business briefs today. I am in London and time is tight. I will be in Beijing next week for the first time in some months, and am very much looking forward to it.

Today was mixed, but something of an improvement for major Chinese stocks, with eight rising and only seven falling (unusually, five were flat on the day). Gains were however tentative, with none breaching 1% – China Telecom was the best performer on the day, up 0.82%. It is perhaps no coincidence that China Telecom has won awards for its investor relations, reflecting a commitment to transparency. Elsewhere, rail stocks were worst performers, with China Railway Group and China Railway Construction down 2.46% and 2.83% respectively. China Railway Group has not been forthcoming since the death of chairman Bai Zhongren, and the suspicions of unmanageable debts and who-knows-what problems have dragged down China Railway Construction, too.

The Shanghai Composite Index slumped to 2,013.30, down 14.32 points or 0.71%. My predictions of a buy-back led rise have not come about. The big SOEs could be finding themselves between a rock and a hard place, ordered to deleverage, revenue streams not kicking in as forecast (projections of likely returns always being likely to be grossly optimistic) and now being “advised” to buy-back shares to increase prices. One almost feels sorry for them.

Name Price Change Mkt cap 52wk high 52wk low EPS P/E
Sinopec 4.42 +0.02 (0.45%) 515,218.70M 7.03 4.05 CN¥0.62 7.19
PetroChina 7.53 -0.06 (-0.79%) 1.38B 9.5 7.08 CN¥0.68 11.14
ICBC 3.53 0.00 (0.00%) 1.24B 4.53 3.4 CN¥0.74 4.8
China Construction Bank 3.96 +0.01 (0.25%) 990,043.48M 5.19 3.8 CN¥0.85 4.68
Agricultural Bank 2.41 0.00 (0.00%) 782,753.85M 3.28 2.38 CN¥0.50 4.8
Bank of China 2.51 +0.01 (0.40%) 701,205.02M 3.26 2.48 CN¥0.53 4.73
China Mobile 77.85* +0.50 (0.65%) 1.56B 91.1 74.9 HK$8.20 9.49
Noble Group 1.03 0.00 (0.00%) 6,859.03M 1.27 0.785 SGD0.04 28.47
China State Construction 2.97 -0.04 (-1.33%) 89,100.00M 4.18 2.9 CN¥0.62 4.82
CNOOC 13.74* -0.14 (-1.01%) 613,456.04M 16.76 12.04 HK$1.89 7.25
China Railway Construction 4.12 -0.12 (-2.83%) 50,830.67M 6.46 3.95 CN¥0.84 4.89
China Railway Group 2.38 -0.06 (-2.46%) 50,693.76M 3.41 2.3 CN¥0.44 5.43
SAIC Motor 13.07 +0.01 (0.08%) 144,104.15M 19 11.83 CN¥2.05 6.37
China Life Insurance 14.31 0.00 (0.00%) 404,467.94M 22 12.88 CN¥0.97 14.8
Dongfeng Motor 11.24* -0.20 (-1.75%) 96,845.19M 13.28 9.48 HK$1.38 8.16
China Shenhua 14.49 +0.05 (0.35%) 288,200.60M 25.33 14.4 CN¥2.25 6.44
Ping An Insurance 39.58 -0.39 (-0.98%) 313,320.92M 53.27 31.69 CN¥3.45 11.48
China Telecom 3.69* +0.03 (0.82%) 298,640.44M 4.42 3.48 HK$0.26 14.28
China Communications Construction 3.84 0.00 (0.00%) 62,110.98M 5.79 3.8 CN¥0.81 4.74
Bank of Communications 3.8 +0.01 (0.26%) 282,198.36M 5.68 3.65 CN¥0.84 4.51

Week’s Movers

Movement over the week shows how disappointing the major stocks have been so far this year.

Bank of Communications rose 1.06%, SAIC Motor rose 0.08%, and Noble Group was flat. The other seventeen stocks fell over the week, with China Railway Group not surprisingly leading the way, falling 5.18%, while China Railway Construction was not far off, going down 4.63%. It’s been a very poor start to the year. Perhaps 2014 will surprise us and see some solid share performance, but with reforms challenging the privileges of SEOs and lower growth practically assured, companies will have to show some real innovation and agility. It remains to be seen if they as institutions have it in them.

risersfallers

China Stock Watch 9/1/14

Another particularly poor day for major stocks, with a full sixteen falling on the day, and with SAIC Motor, China Life Insurance and Dongfeng Motor falling by over 2%. (They declined by 2.54%, 2.52% and 2.23% respectively). The two automakers likely fell on news of increased US imports, despite their own impressive sales figures: despite the government’s efforts, and for all the joint ventures and technology transfers, China still has not produced a competitive, aspirational auto manufacturer. (See GE Anderson’s book Designated Drivers for more info).

The only gains were posted by Sinopec (up 0.23% to RMB4.4 a share) and China Railway Construction (up 0.71% to RMB4.24 a share). Both are near their 52-week low (around 10% of it in both cases), so this is hardly break-out-the-champagne news.

The Shanghai Composite Index closed at 2,027.62,  down 16.72 (-0.82%). With SOEs “advised” to take part in stock buy-back operations, I would not bet that it would fall below the 2000 level; and yet, on this form, who could be sure?

Name Price Change Mkt cap 52wk high 52wk low EPS P/E
Sinopec 4.4 +0.01 (0.23%) 512,887.39M 7.03 4.05 CN¥0.62 7.15
PetroChina 7.59 -0.05 (-0.65%) 1.39B 9.5 7.08 CN¥0.68 11.23
ICBC 3.52 -0.05 (-1.40%) 1.24B 4.53 3.4 CN¥0.74 4.79
China Construction Bank 3.96 -0.02 (-0.50%) 990,043.48M 5.19 3.8 CN¥0.85 4.68
Agricultural Bank 2.42 0.00 (0.00%) 786,001.79M 3.28 2.38 CN¥0.50 4.82
Bank of China 2.5 -0.01 (-0.40%) 698,411.38M 3.26 2.48 CN¥0.53 4.71
China Mobile 77.35* -1.10 (-1.40%) 1.55B 91.1 74.9 HK$8.20 9.43
Noble Group 1.03 0.00 (-0.48%) 6,859.03M 1.27 0.785 SGD0.04 28.54
China State Construction 3.01 0.00 (0.00%) 90,300.00M 4.18 2.9 CN¥0.62 4.89
CNOOC 13.88* -0.10 (-0.72%) 619,706.69M 17 12.04 HK$1.89 7.33
China Railway Construction 4.24 +0.03 (0.71%) 52,311.17M 6.46 3.95 CN¥0.84 5.04
China Railway Group 2.43 -0.01 (-0.41%) 51,758.76M 3.41 2.3 CN¥0.44 5.54
SAIC Motor 13.06 -0.34 (-2.54%) 143,993.90M 19 11.83 CN¥2.05 6.37
China Life Insurance 14.32 -0.37 (-2.52%) 404,750.57M 22 12.88 CN¥0.97 14.81
Dongfeng Motor 11.42* -0.26 (-2.23%) 98,396.09M 13.28 9.48 HK$1.38 8.29
China Shenhua 14.45 -0.11 (-0.76%) 287,405.01M 25.39 14.4 CN¥2.25 6.42
Ping An Insurance 39.94 -0.69 (-1.70%) 316,170.70M 53.27 31.69 CN¥3.45 11.58
China Telecom 3.65* -0.07 (-1.88%) 295,403.15M 4.42 3.48 HK$0.26 14.12
China Communications Construction 3.84 -0.03 (-0.78%) 62,110.98M 5.79 3.8 CN¥0.81 4.74
Bank of Communications 3.78 -0.02 (-0.53%) 280,713.10M 5.68 3.65 CN¥0.84 4.49