BRIEF-Guolian Securities Reports Net Profit Of RMB38.7 Mln For Aug 2019

Sept 6 (Reuters) - Guolian Securities Co Ltd:

* AUG REVENUE OF CO RMB 97 MILLION

* AUG NET PROFIT RMB38.7 MILLION Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

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