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China Molybdenum Co Ltd (3993.HK)

3993.HK on Hong Kong Stock

3.36HKD
18 Apr 2019
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About

China Molybdenum Co., Ltd. is a China-based company, principally engaged in the mining, smelting, processing and trading of metals, such as molybdenum, tungsten and copper. The Company operates its businesses through five segments. Its Molybdenum, Tungsten and Related Products segment is mainly engaged in the mining of... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.84
Market Cap(Mil.): HK$181,841.91
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 21,599.24
Dividend: 0.04
Yield (%): 0.81

Financials

China Moly to increase stake in Congo's Tenke copper mine to 80 percent

HONG KONG China Molybdenum Co Ltd said on Friday it had agreed to buy a holding company for $1.14 billion in order to increase its control in Democratic Republic of Congo's massive Tenke copper mine.

18 Jan 2019

China Moly to increase stake in Congo's Tenke copper mine to 80 pct

HONG KONG, Jan 18 China Molybdenum Co Ltd said on Friday it had agreed to buy a holding company for $1.14 billion in order to increase its control in Democratic Republic of Congo's massive Tenke copper mine.

18 Jan 2019

CORRECTED - Insight: Bolsonaro's anti-China rants have Beijing nervous about Brazil

(Corrects price paid by China Three Gorges for Brazil dams in paragraph 33 to 13.8 billion reais not 4.8 billion reais.)

27 Oct 2018

CORRECTED-RPT-INSIGHT-Bolsonaro's anti-China rants have Beijing nervous about Brazil

BRASILIA, Oct 25 The Chinese government is trying to make peace with Brazil's leading presidential candidate, Jair Bolsonaro, whose China-bashing threatens to chill a profitable trading relationship that has benefited both countries.

27 Oct 2018

CORRECTED-INSIGHT-Bolsonaro's anti-China rants have Beijing nervous about Brazil

BRASILIA, Oct 25 The Chinese government is trying to make peace with Brazil's leading presidential candidate, Jair Bolsonaro, whose China-bashing threatens to chill a profitable trading relationship that has benefited both countries.

27 Oct 2018

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