China Pacific Insurance (Group) Co., Ltd. (2601.HK)


HKSE - HKSE Delayed Price. Currency in HKD
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Open27.65
Prev Close27.75
Bid27.95 x
Ask28.00 x
Day's Range27.65 - 28.05
52wk Range23.70 - 34.25
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap253.28B
P/E Ratio (ttm)12.12
BetaN/A
Volume7,892,095
Avg Vol (3m)8,517,422
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Earnings DateN/A
  • Selerity Global Insight5 months ago

    China Pacific Insurance Records 60% Increase in Net Profit for 2015

    Summary: China Pacific Insurance (601601.SS/2601.HK) has recorded a 60% increase in net profit in 2015 to RMB 17.7 billion, as reported by Sohu. The firm also posted a 12.5% increase in revenue to RMB 247 billion. China Pacific Insurance plans to pay a cash dividend of RMB 1.0 per share. Why It Matters: Profit derived […]

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    Chinese Billionaire Clinton Fan Sees ‘Friendly’ Presidency

    A Hillary Clinton presidency would be “friendly” toward China despite the perception the architect of the U.S. military rebalance to Asia was a combative secretary of state, according to Chinese billionaire Yan Jiehe. Yan Jiehe said he has met former U.S. President Bill Clinton at least five times since 2010, with Clinton attending the Shanghai wedding celebrations for Yan’s son, and met Hillary in the U.S. A sizable donor to the Clinton Foundation , Yan is the founder of China Pacific Construction Group.

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    China Billionaire Says Local Governments Agree to Make Payment

    The billionaire founder of China Pacific Construction Group said four of six local governments the company sued for late payment on infrastructure contracts agreed to pay the money they owe. The closely held company will still pursue lawsuits against two local governments in Hunan and Shandong provinces, which owe more than 200 million yuan ($32 million) of the 900 million yuan the company originally sued for, Yan Jiehe said at briefing in Shanghai. “We’ll carry these cases to the Supreme Court if needed,” Yan said.