About BCM
 

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BCM Bank
Your Best Partner in the new century!

BCM bank is one of the leading banks incorporated in Macau. Since its establishment in 1974, BCM bank has been serving its local customers and working for the development of the Territory’s economy by supporting its main infrastructural investment projects and being traditionally involved in the trade finance.

BCM bank provides a wide variety of high quality financial products and services, ranging from deposits and loans to insurance and private banking, to private individuals, corporations and institutional customers, through its network of 14 domestic retail outlets and other channels.

Focused on efficiency improvement and aiming at preparing itself to the new century, BCM bank has undergone an ambitious restructuring plan in these recent years, comprising corporate image development, operations organization, premises renovation and technological modernization.

 
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CurrencyMOP
Buy Rate
HKD
Buy Rate
MOP
Sell Rate
HKD
Sell Rate
 GBP 12.2908 11.9328 12.3548 11.9775
 JPY 0.06577 0.06386 0.06613 0.06411
 CAD 6.0179 5.8427 6.0524 5.8676
 AUD 5.6935 5.5277 5.7285 5.5536
 NZD 5.1133 4.9644 5.1493 4.9921
 CHF 8.2992 8.0575 8.3482 8.0932
 RMB 0.8071 0.8313 0.7946 0.8196
 HKD 1.0300 - 1.0315 -


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 Index/Stock Last Change
 DJ INDU AVERAGE  16654.77 2.27
 ALL ORDINARIES  5274.70 0.61
 NIKKEI 225 INDEX 19136.32 3.03
 HANG SENG INDEX  21612.39 -1.04
 HANG SENG C E I  9750.73 -1.14
 HANG SENG C C I  4057.83 0.80
 TAIWAN WEIGHTED  8019.18 2.49
 SSE A SHARE ID/d 3388.55 4.90
 STRAITS TIMES/d  2953.22 0.26
 CKH HOLDINGS/d  104.60 0.67
 HSBC HOLDINGS/d  61.15 -0.49
 PCCW/d  4.08 -1.92
 HANG SENG BANK/d 138.10 -0.86
 SHK PPT/d  98.05 -0.61
 MTR CORPORATIO/d 34.90 -0.29
 HKEX/d  183.90 -1.24
 CHINA UNICOM/d  10.34 -0.19
 CHINA MOBILE/d  91.80 -2.39
 BOC HONG KONG/d  26.45 -0.75

28-08-2015 Hong Kong shares give up gains on profit-taking
Hong Kong stocks changed course Friday afternoon and lost 1 percent on Friday, as a rebound on Thursday and in morning trade prompted profit-taking. The Hang Seng index fell 1.04 percent, to 21,612.39 points. The index lost 3.6 percent for the week, its sixth consecutive weekly fall. At the midday break, the HSI had been up 0.5 percent, helped by Wall Street's solid gains overnight, but a wave of selling in late afternoon knocked down the index.



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