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China Minsheng Banking Corp., Ltd. (GHFH.F)

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
0.3020+0.0060 (+2.03%)
At close: 09:15AM CET
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Previous Close0.2960
Open0.3020
Bid0.3020 x 121700
Ask0.3340 x 110800
Day's Range0.3020 - 0.3020
52 Week Range0.2720 - 0.3760
Volume11,800
Avg. Volume181
Market Cap20.603B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.32
PE Ratio (TTM)3.55
EPS (TTM)0.0850
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.03 (11.10%)
Ex-Dividend DateJun 15, 2022
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    In Zimbabwe, coal power project seeks other backing after China's U-turn

    A Zimbabwean company that had been banking on Chinese financing to build a major coal-fired power plant says it is now looking for alternative backers as China pulls back on funding such projects overseas. The effort by RioZim Ltd, one of Zimbabwe's biggest mining and energy companies, reflects how China's recent U-turn on foreign coal financing is forcing developing nations across Africa and Asia to rethink their energy plans. China, which had been a top funder of coal power projects around the globe, announced in September it would not build new coal projects abroad as part of efforts to curb future carbon emissions.

  • Reuters

    INSIGHT- In Zimbabwe, coal power project seeks other backing after China's U-turn

    A Zimbabwean company that had been banking on Chinese financing to build a major coal-fired power plant says it is now looking for alternative backers as China pulls back on funding such projects overseas. The effort by RioZim Ltd, one of Zimbabwe's biggest mining and energy companies, reflects how China's recent U-turn on foreign coal financing is forcing developing nations across Africa and Asia to rethink their energy plans. China, which had been a top funder of coal power projects around the globe, announced in September it would not build new coal projects abroad as part of efforts to curb future carbon emissions.

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