No Stock Yet
No Stock Yet
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (601398.SH) $20 billion global medium-term notes will be listed on the Stock Exchange on May 24th
Zhitong Financial APP News, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (601398.SH) announced that the bank has submitted a $20 billion global medium-term note issuance plan listing application to the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited, and completed the listing on May 24th, 2022.
ICBC Lists $20 Billion Global Bond Program in Hong Kong
04:01 AM EDT, 05/24/2022 (MT Newswires) -- Industrial and Commercial Bank of China or ICBC (SHA:601398, HKG:1398) filed for the listing of its $20 billion global bond program on the Hong Kong bourse.
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (01398.HK): the listing of the $20 billion global medium-term note plan will take effect on May 24th.
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (01398.HK) announced that the company has applied to the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited for a US $20 billion Global medium term Notes Plan (the "Plan") to be listed only by issuing debt securities to professional investors (as defined in Chapter 37 of the listing rules of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited) within 12 months from 23 May 2022. The planned listing is expected to take effect on May 24, 2022.
Hot spot of Haiyin Research Institute: the central bank cuts interest rates beyond expectations and opens the space for monetary easing again.
How much is the impact of the sharp cut in mortgage interest rates on bank spreads?
What about the market correction? Private equity bosses spoke out: panic should not be allowed to dominate the mood, medicine and new energy have the opportunity.
Lin Lijun, a private equity mogul, said: don't worry too much and be pessimistic in times of difficulty. Bear markets are to cherish, not to bemoan.
[reading financial report] performance statistics of listed banks in the first quarter: net profit from home increased by nearly 9% compared with the same period last year.
Xinhua Finance and Bread Finance researchers sorted out the operating data of 42 listed banks in the first quarter of 2022. The overall performance of listed banks maintained growth in the first quarter of 2022. Revenue in the first quarter increased by more than 5% over the same period last year, and net profit increased by nearly 9% over the same period last year. Among them, the total revenue and net profit of state-owned banks increased moderately, and the revenue and net profit growth rates of joint-stock banks and urban and rural commercial banks showed obvious differentiation. At the same time, the overall asset quality of listed banks is maintained at a good level. By the end of the first quarter of 2022, the total failure rate of 14 banks remained below 1%, and 31 listed banks.
Beishui bought Meituan for 26 consecutive days, and today it increased its position by more than HK $400m. Nanshui sold more than 2.2 billion yuan.
Southbound funds bought a net HK $806 million today, a net purchase for eight consecutive days. China Mobile Limited and CNOOC Limited received a net purchase of HK $632 million and HK $462 million respectively, while BYD, Ping an Bank and China Merchants Bank received a net purchase of 356 million yuan, 294 million yuan and 172 million yuan respectively.
The central bank and the Bancassurance Regulatory Commission adjusted the differential housing credit policy, and the interest rate floor of the first housing commercial individual housing loan was adjusted.
For households who buy ordinary self-housing with loans, the lower limit of the interest rate of commercial individual housing loans for the first set of housing shall be adjusted to no less than the quoted interest rate of the loan market for the corresponding term by 20 basis points, and the lower limit of the interest rate policy for commercial individual housing loans for second houses shall be implemented in accordance with the current regulations.
The people's Bank of China: continue to unswervingly promote the reform and opening up of China's financial market, and further simplify the procedures for foreign investors to enter the Chinese market