ICHB.MX - Industrias CH, S. A. B. de C. V.

Mexico - Mexico Delayed Price. Currency in MXN
70.42
+1.38 (+2.00%)
As of 12:56PM CDT. Market open.
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Previous Close69.04
Open69.70
Bid70.42 x 25000
Ask70.43 x 100
Day's Range68.55 - 70.94
52 Week Range68.08 - 102.25
Volume95,248
Avg. Volume89,827
Market Cap29.762B
Beta0.31
PE Ratio (TTM)15.23
EPS (TTM)4.62
Earnings DateOct 22, 2018 - Oct 26, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est91.42
  • Reuters7 months ago

    Mexico slaps billionaire's steel company with fine for stock manipulation

    Mexico's securities regulator has imposed one of its biggest fines ever for market manipulation on steel company Industrias CH, owned by billionaire Rufino Vigil Gonzalez, government data showed. Industrias CH was fined 2.96 million pesos ($159,764) at the end of November for making "prohibited trades" under a law banning simulating price or volume, or effectively trading with itself, according to publicly available data on the website of Mexican banking and securities regulator CNBV.

  • Reuters7 months ago

    Mexico slaps billionaire's steel company with fine for stock manipulation

    Mexico's securities regulator has imposed one of its biggest fines ever for market manipulation on steel company Industrias CH, owned by billionaire Rufino Vigil Gonzalez, government data showed. Industrias CH was fined 2.96 million pesos ($159,764) at the end of November for making "prohibited trades" under a law banning simulating price or volume, or effectively trading with itself, according to publicly available data on the website of Mexican banking and securities regulator CNBV.

  • Reuters7 months ago

    Mexico slaps billionaire's steel company with fine for stock manipulation

    Mexico's securities regulator has imposed one of its biggest fines ever for market manipulation on steel company Industrias CH, owned by billionaire Rufino Vigil Gonzalez, government data showed. Industrias CH was fined 2.96 million pesos ($159,764) at the end of November for making "prohibited trades" under a law banning simulating price or volume, or effectively trading with itself, according to publicly available data on the website of Mexican banking and securities regulator CNBV.