China Mobile Limited (CHL)
|Net Income (ttm)||15.23B|
|Trading Day||January 8|
|Day's Range||5.90 - 27.51|
|52-Week Range||0.00 - 27.51|
Nuveen, the $1.1 trillion asset management arm of TIAA, has sold out of the Chinese companies affected by the recent ban on U.S. investment, it said in an email to Reuters.
Telecom companies China Unicom Hong Kong Ltd, China Mobile and China Telecom Corp said on Thursday they had requested the New York Stock Exchange to review its decision to delist their America...
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S&P Dow Jones Indices said late on Wednesday it will remove the American Depositary Receipts (ADR) of three Chinese telecom companies, China Mobile Ltd,, China Telecom Corporation Ltd, and Chi...
The New York Stock Exchange reversed course again on Wednesday, saying it will now delist three major Chinese telecoms hit by President Trump's executive order. China Mobile, China Telecom, an...
China's government on Wednesday accused Washington of misusing national security as an excuse to hurt commercial competitors after President Trump signed an order banning transactions with pay...
U.S. traded shares of Chinese companies fell Wednesday as the New York Stock Exchange changed its mind once again on whether or not to delist a trio of China-based telecom stocks.
The New York Stock Exchange is reversing course on its own course reversal and will delist three Chinese telecommunications companies after being pressured by outgoing Treasury Secretary Steve...
The New York Stock Exchange will move forward with delisting three Chinese telecommunications companies targeted by an executive order from President Trump, reversing course yet again after th...
The New York Stock Exchange announced this morning that it will be delisting three major Chinese telecom companies, a move that it first announced last week before seeming to reverse course on...
On Monday the exchange said it would not remove the three companies that had been sanctioned by the Trump administration.
NYSE will delist three big China telecom companies, reversing decision again
The New York Stock Exchange will delist three Chinese telecommunication giants after all, saying its second reversal in two days came after new guidance from the Treasury Department. CNBC's Ji...
The New York Stock Exchange will delist three Chinese telecommunications stocks to comply with an executive order from the Trump administration — its second about-face on the issue this week.
In yet another reversal, the New York Stock Exchange has finally decided to delist three Chinese telecom companies.
Chinese telecom stocks are down again after the NYSE reversed itself on delisting the names in response to President Trump's executive order. That may not be long-lived under the new Biden adm...
NYSE to delist 3 Chinese telecom companies, after Secretary Mnuchin called NYSE President Cunningham
Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman reports on the New York Stock exchange's latest decision to delist China Telecom, China Mobile, and China Unicom after Treasury Secretary Mnuchin called NYSE Presid...
The New York Stock Exchange said on Wednesday it is planning to move forward with the delistings of three Chinese telecom companies, in another U-turn a day after U.S. Treasury Secretary told ...
The stock exchange will remove U.S.-traded shares of China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom from the Big Board, the NYSE said Wednesday.
In a weird reversal, the New York Stock Exchange is reportedly reconsidering its decision to delist a basket of Chinese companies.
The New York Stock Exchange is reconsidering its decision to halt the delisting of three major Chinese telecommunications firms after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told the exchange that h...
NYSE Reversal on China Stocks Symbolic, GMAG's Iyeki Says
Jan.05 -- Marc Iyeki, Global Markets Advisory Group senior consultant, discusses NYSE Group Inc.'s decision to spare three major Chinese telecommunications companies from being delisted. He sp...
Mnuchin tells NYSE he disagrees over reversal on Chinese stocks, according to administration officia
CNBC's Eamon Javers joins 'Closing Bell' to report senior administration officials said Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told the New York Stock Exchange he disagrees over its reversal on Chin...
Mnuchin tells NYSE he disagrees with exchange's decision to reverse course on Chinese telecom dealing -Bloomberg News
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin disagrees with the New York Stock Exchange's plan to no longer delist three Chinese telecom giants, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday.
U.S.-listed shares of Chinese companies rallied Tuesday after the New York Stock Exchange backtracked, saying it no longer planned to delist three Chinese telecommunications stocks from its ex...
NYSE will not delist Chinese firms despite executive order, plus a look at Jack Ma and Alibaba
China Beige Book CEO Leland Miller discusses the impact of the NYSE not delisting Chinese firms.
The Chinese telecoms won't be delisted from the NYSE after all -- at least for now.
Last month, I wrote about China Mobile Ltd. (HKSE:00941)(NYSE:CHL), remarking on how cheap the stock was in terms of fundamentals.
China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom shot up as much as 15% Tuesday–nearly adding back the past week's losses.
The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) dropped its plan to delist three Chinese telecom companies including China Telecom (NYSE: CHA), China Mobile (NYSE: CHL) and China Unicom (NYSE: CHU), just f...
NYSE says it will no longer delist three Chinese telecom giants
The New York Stock Exchange said it no longer plans to delist three Chinese telecommunications giants, reversing a decision announced four days earlier.
The New York Stock Exchange scrapped plans to delist three Chinese telecommunications companies just days after saying it would remove their shares from trading. The iconic exchange announced ...
President Trump had issued an order in November that barred Americans from investing in companies deemed to have links to the Chinese military.
In an unexpected turn, the New York Stock Exchange said Monday that it no longer intends to delist China's three major telecoms operators, a decision that was originally announced on December ...
The New York Stock Exchange reversed its decision to delist China's three largest telecommunications companies, after consulting with regulatory authorities about a recent U.S. investment ban.
In an unorthodox twist, Intercontinental Exchange Inc (NYSE: ICE)-owned New York Stock Exchange is reversing its decision to delist China Mobile Ltd. (NYSE: CHL), China Telecom Corporation Lim...
The New York Stock Exchange has reversed its decision to kick out three of China's largest state-owned telecom companies.
NYSE Says it No Longer Plans to Delist Chinese Telco Giants
Jan.04 -- The New York Stock Exchange says is no longer plans to delist Chinese telco giants. This U-turn came just a few days after announcing the move to comply with an executive order from ...
The New York Stock Exchange said on Monday it no longer intends to move forward with the delisting of China Mobile Ltd, China Telecom Corp Ltd and China Unicom Hong Kong Ltd.
In a major reversal, the New York Stock Exchange said it no longer intends to delist three Chinese telecom companies following an executive order by President Donald Trump.
The announcement comes after the NYSE said on Dec. 31 that it would move to delist American depositary shares of China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom.
An executive order by President Trump targets publicly traded firms thought to have ties to China's military. Three Chinese stocks are getting booted from the New York Stock Exchange due to an...
The traditional 60/40 portfolio is challenged. Inflation risks could manifest.
Washington's battle with Beijing is escalating once more on Wall Street.
The NYSE delistings are likely to have a limited impact on China's markets: JPMorgan
U.S.-China relations are likely to take a more constructive tone with the incoming Biden administration, though a "quick de-escalation" in tensions between the two economic powerhouses is unex...
The trade tensions between Beijing and Washington have flared up again as the New York Stock Exchange moves to delist China's three large telecom carriers, the Associated Press reports. What H...
China's securities regulator on Sunday said New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) plans to delist three Chinese telecom firms are "political" and that the impact will be "limited".
The ministry of commerce said China will "take necessary measures to resolutely safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese enterprises."
China has accused Trump of trying to start a new Cold War, after the New York Stock Exchange confirmed plan to delist three Chinese firms
China on Saturday accused the Trump administration of attempting to suppress foreign companies, as the New York Stock Exchange moved to delist three China-based firms. The delisting came afte...
China Mobile Limited provides mobile telecommunications and related services in Mainland China and Hong Kong. The company offers local calls; domestic and international long distance calls and roaming services; and value-added services, such as caller identity display, call waiting, conference calls, and others. It also provides wireless Internet service, as well as digital applications comprising music, video, reading, gaming, and animation; wireline broadband services; and wireline voice services. In addition, it offers dedicated line and IDC... [Read more...]
|IPO Date |
Oct 23, 1997
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|Ticker Symbol |
In 2019, China Mobile's revenue was 745.92 billion, an increase of 1.23% compared to the previous year's 736.82 billion. Earnings were 106.64 billion, a decrease of -9.46%.
According to 2 analysts, the average rating for China Mobile stock is "Buy." The 12-month stock price forecast is 44.00, which is an increase of 59.94% from the latest price.