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CSC Financial Co., Ltd. (601066.SS)

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26.57+0.03 (+0.11%)
At close: 03:00PM CST
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Previous Close26.54
Bid26.56 x 0
Ask26.57 x 0
Day's Range26.48 - 27.16
52 Week Range20.13 - 34.45
Avg. Volume34,160,586
Market Cap172.59B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.79
PE Ratio (TTM)23.23
EPS (TTM)1.22
Earnings DateAug 30, 2022
Forward Dividend & Yield0.38 (1.44%)
Ex-Dividend DateAug 19, 2021
1y Target Est23.43
  • Reuters

    China regulator denies report on data strategy to avoid U.S. delistings

    HONG KONG (Reuters) -China's securities regulator on Monday denied a media report that said Beijing planned to sort U.S.-listed Chinese companies based on the sensitivity of the data they hold in an attempt to stop U.S. regulators from delisting hundreds of firms. The three-tier system aims to bring Chinese companies into compliance with U.S. rules that would require public companies to let regulators inspect their audit files, the Financial Times reported on Sunday, citing people with knowledge of the matter. The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) "has not studied" a three-tier classification of companies, it said in a statement.

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    China says it will use various policy tools to support employment

    BEIJING (Reuters) -China will strive to stabilise the economy and will use various policy tools to support employment, state media quoted the cabinet as saying on Wednesday. China's fiscal and monetary policy will prioritise employment, and various policy tools will be used to help stave off job losses, the cabinet was quoted as saying after a regular meeting. "The new downward pressure on China's economy increased further in April due to the larger than expected impact from a new round of the pandemic and changes in the international situation," the cabinet said.

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    China nudges mutual funds to offer pension products, stabilise markets

    China's securities regulator nudged mutual funds to develop fund products for private pensions and asked them to stabilise markets, as Chinese equities witness a downturn that has pushed benchmarks to two-year lows. The move also comes against the backdrop of China launching its first private pension scheme last week, as it tackles economic challenges linked to an ageing population and looks to channel more long-term money into the stock market. Main benchmarks in China's stock market have plunged more than 20% this year, as the world's second largest economy grapples with COVID-19 flare-ups, the Ukraine crisis, and a likely aggressive U.S. monetary tightening.