112 A-share Companies Post First Losses Since Listing


Over one hundred companies listed on either the Shenzhen or Shanghai Stock Exchanges have posted their first losses since listing as A-shares.

Data from Wind indicates that 112 Chinese A-share companies posted their first ever losses in their latest mid-year reports, including 25 companies whose first half losses exceeded 100 million yuan.

Changan Automobile posted the largest loss, with a first half loss of over 2.2 billion yuan, while Shanghai Huitong Energy saw its first loss 27 years after its listing as an A-share.

66 companies had losses of less than 50 million yuan, while 21 companies saw losses of between 50 million and 100 million yuan.