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Mega Financial traded at 30.60 this Tuesday October 4th, decreasing 0.05 or 0.16 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Mega Financial lost 13.31 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 4.52 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Mega Financial to be priced at 30.23 by the end of this quarter and at 27.62 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

Stock Price
30.60
Daily Change
-0.16%
Yearly
-4.52%

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Peers Price Day Year
Hang Seng Bank 117.80 -1.40 -1.17% -12.02%
Bank Of East Asia 8.32 -0.28 -3.26% -34.69%
BOC Hong Kong 25.75 -0.40 -1.53% 10.28%
Hua Nan Financial 22.05 0 0% 9.70%
Fubon Financial 48.80 -0.10 -0.20% -33.88%
Cathay Financial 39.00 0 0% -30.85%
E Sun Financial Hldg 25.30 -0.05 -0.20% -2.32%
Ctbc Financial Hold 20.15 0.45 2.28% -10.25%
First Finan Hldg 25.25 -0.40 -1.56% 12.98%
Hong Kong Exchanges 266.60 -3.00 -1.11% -43.90%
Chailease Holding 185.00 6.00 3.35% -19.39%
Mizrahi Tefahot Bank Ltd 12,190.00 90.00 0.74% 14.46%

Indexes Price Day Year
TAIEX 13526 218.53 1.64% -17.83%

Mega Financial
Mega Financial Holding Co., Ltd. is a Taiwan-based financial holding company principally engaged in the investment and management of its subsidiaries. The Company mainly operates through four business segments. The Banking Business segment is mainly engaged in the commercial banking, consumer banking, wealth management, investment banking businesses and the provision of other services. The Securities Business segment is mainly engaged in the brokerage, underwriting and proprietary trading businesses. The Bill Banking segment is mainly engaged in the brokerage, dealing and underwriting businesses, as well as the guaranteeing of short-term debt instruments. The Insurance Business segment is mainly engaged in the provision of insurance services and insurance agency businesses.