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China's AgBank up 2.2 percent in Hong Kong debut

Agricultural Bank of China's shares rose 2.2 percent in their debut on the Hong Kong stock exchange Friday, improving on their performance in Shanghai a day earlier, as the rural lender rolled out an initial public offering worth up to $22.1 billion.Full story

China's Agricultural Bank stable in trading debut

State-owned Agricultural Bank of China Ltd. had a weak stock market debut Thursday, gaining just 1 percent amid profitability concerns after an initial public offering that raised up to $22.1 billion. Full story

China AgBank H1 profit up 40 percent

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Agricultural Bank of China <ABC.UL> reported a net profit rise of 40 percent for the first half, news likely to lift market sentiment ahead of the dual listing of China's No.3 lender later this week. Full story

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Xiang Junbo, chairman Agricultural Bank of China, speaks on the trading floor at the banks listing ceremony in Hong Kong on July 16, 2010. Agricultural Bank of China made its debut on the Hong Kong stock exchange in a closely watched dual listing that could become the world's largest share sale.