WB - Weibo Corporation

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
30.83
+1.02 (+3.42%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

31.10 +0.27 (0.88%)
Pre-market: 4:24AM EDT

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Previous close29.81
Open30.17
Bid30.85 x 800
Ask0.00 x 1800
Day's range29.68 - 31.21
52-week range29.50 - 55.52
Volume2,742,463
Avg. volume1,892,277
Market cap6.982B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.78
PE ratio (TTM)17.76
EPS (TTM)1.74
Earnings date17 Aug 2020 - 21 Aug 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est45.24
  • Are These Two Unloved Tech Stocks Ready to Rebound?
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    Are These Two Unloved Tech Stocks Ready to Rebound?

    SINA and Weibo are often considered also-rans in China’s crowded tech sector -- but could both stocks rebound as the macro headwinds wane?

  • SINA Corp.'s (SINA) Q1 Earnings Beat, Revenues Decline Y/Y
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    SINA Corp.'s (SINA) Q1 Earnings Beat, Revenues Decline Y/Y

    SINA Corp.'s (SINA) first-quarter top line reflects weakness in advertising revenues due to the adverse impact of the coronavirus pandemic on overall advertising demand.

  • Sina Corporation (SINA) Q1 2020 Earnings Call Transcript
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    Sina Corporation (SINA) Q1 2020 Earnings Call Transcript

    Image source: The Motley Fool. Sina Corporation (NASDAQ: SINA)Q1 2020 Earnings CallMay 19, 2020, 8:10 a.m. ETContents: Prepared Remarks Questions and Answers Call Participants Prepared Remarks: OperatorThank you for standing by and welcome to the SINA First Quarter of 2020 Earnings Conference Call.

  • Weibo Corporation (WB) Q1 2020 Earnings Call Transcript
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    Weibo Corporation (WB) Q1 2020 Earnings Call Transcript

    Thank you for standing by and welcome to the Weibo First Quarter 2020 Financial Results Conference Call. The conference call is also being broadcast on Internet and is available through Weibo's IR website. Weibo assumes no obligation to update forward-looking statements in this conference call and elsewhere.

  • Apple's budget iPhone unlikely to make splash in China - Weibo poll
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    Apple's budget iPhone unlikely to make splash in China - Weibo poll

    Apple Inc's new iPhone SE for the budget-conscious is unlikely to be a major driver of sales in China, a Weibo survey suggested, with analysts noting its lacks of 5G capability. In a poll conducted on social media site Weibo, 60% of roughly 350,000 respondents said they would not buy the new $399 model, the cheapest iPhone available. "If you don't buy it and I don't buy it, tomorrow the price will drop another 200 yuan ($28)," said one Weibo user whose comment got more than 10,000 likes.

  • SINA Corp.'s (SINA) Q4 Earnings and Revenues Increase Y/Y
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    SINA Corp.'s (SINA) Q4 Earnings and Revenues Increase Y/Y

    SINA Corp.'s (SINA) fourth-quarter top line reflects growth in non-advertising revenues, driven by the company's fin-tech businesses.

  • China firms cut staff on virus outbreak as Xi vows no large-scale layoffs
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    China firms cut staff on virus outbreak as Xi vows no large-scale layoffs

    A Chinese media company said it will lay off 500 employees due to the coronavirus outbreak, the latest among a string of firms to do so in the past two weeks as the epidemic takes a toll on small-to-medium sized businesses. Xinchao Media, which places advertisements in elevators, will cut 10% of its workforce to "ensure survival", the company said in a post on its official WeChat account on Monday, which carried the transcript of an internal speech by CEO Zhang Jixue. The job cuts come even as President Xi Jinping said the government would prevent large-scale layoffs caused by the virus outbreak - which has killed more than a 1,000 people in mainland China and infected over 40,000.

  • Son of Dalian Wanda's chairman has settled debts, says Chinese court
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    Son of Dalian Wanda's chairman has settled debts, says Chinese court

    A Chinese court has lifted restrictions on the only son of Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin, the chairman of private conglomerate Dalian Wanda, who hit headlines last month after reports that he owed at least $20 million to creditors. Wang Sicong, a well-known name in China thanks to his high-profile social media displays of a luxurious life, was barred by courts in November from taking trains and planes due to debts incurred by his private equity firm Prometheus Capital which was founded with 500 million yuan ($71.5 million) his father gave him. A Beijing court said this week that Wang's firm had reached settlement with a number of companies that had sued him, leading it to lift those restrictions, which are typically enforced in China on debtors and can extend to bans on hotel stays.

  • Weibo Corp (WB) Q3 Earnings Top Estimates, Revenues Rise Y/Y
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    Weibo Corp (WB) Q3 Earnings Top Estimates, Revenues Rise Y/Y

    Weibo's (WB) third-quarter 2019 results reflect expanded user base and higher advertising revenues.

  • What's in the Cards for Weibo (WB) This Earnings Season?
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    What's in the Cards for Weibo (WB) This Earnings Season?

    Weibo's third-quarter 2019 results are likely to benefit from an expanded user base and increase in advertising revenues.

  • TikTok Sets Google and Weibo on a Collision Course
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    TikTok Sets Google and Weibo on a Collision Course

    Google (GOOGL) might acquire video app Firework in a bid to counter TikTok, according to a Wall Street Journal report on October 4.

  • Weibo (WB) Catches Eye: Stock Jumps 5.8%
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    Weibo (WB) Catches Eye: Stock Jumps 5.8%

    Weibo (WB) saw a big move last session, as its shares jumped nearly 6% on the day, amid huge volumes.

  • China's Weibo takes down Instagram-like app after logo plagiarism spat
    Reuters

    China's Weibo takes down Instagram-like app after logo plagiarism spat

    Chinese microblogging website Weibo Corp has taken down an Instagram-like app just three days after its launch and apologised following accusations of plagiarism about the app's logo, a stumble in efforts to find new sources of growth. Weibo, launched by Sina Corp in 2009, is one of China's most established social networking companies, alongside the likes of Tencent Holdings Ltd. But it has been seeking new ways to grow in the face of competition from startups, including short video apps Douyin and Kuaishou. The company, backed by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, launched image-sharing app Oasis on Monday.

  • Weibo Expands Its Ecosystem With an Instagram Clone
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    Weibo Expands Its Ecosystem With an Instagram Clone

    “China’s Twitter” launches a new lifestyle app which resembles Instagram and Pinterest.

  • Weibo's Second-Quarter Earnings Fell 26%
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    Weibo's Second-Quarter Earnings Fell 26%

    The "Twitter of China" added 21 million users in the quarter, but ad fees are dropping amid heavy competition.

  • Motley Fool

    The Good and Bad of Chinese Media Stocks

    Not all streaming companies are made equal, and some of the Chinese media companies are set up for a lot more success than others.

  • Is It Finally Time to Buy SINA and Weibo?
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    Is It Finally Time to Buy SINA and Weibo?

    Are these two beaten-down Chinese tech stocks finally ready to rebound?

  • Company News For Aug 20, 2019
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    Company News For Aug 20, 2019

    Companies in the news are: EL, PANW, WB and FULC

  • SINA Smashes (Modest) Expectations on Non-Ad Growth
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    SINA Smashes (Modest) Expectations on Non-Ad Growth

    Weibo and fintech products continued to bolster the Chinese internet media leader's results.

  • Panda death in Thailand sparks outrage in China
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    Panda death in Thailand sparks outrage in China

    China is sending a team of experts to Thailand - after the death of one of its panda diplomats sparked outrage on social media. Chuang Chuang died in a Thai zoo on Monday (September 16). Chinese social media lit up with outrage at the unexpected death, with a hashtag drawing in 250 million views on Weibo. One user said 'Thailand is so evil... we shouldn't be renting out pandas after this!' Beijing has been engaged in what's often dubbed panda diplomacy since the 1950s. Using their iconic bears as signs of goodwill across the world. President Xi recently presented Russia's president Putin with two furry ambassadors in Moscow. In France, President Macron's wife was named godmother of a feisty young cub back in 2017. Now Chinese Weibo users are saying 'no more pandas for Thailand'. Zoo staff held a moment of silence ahead of a news conference on Tuesday (September 17). One zookeeper said the staff loved and nurtured Chuang Chuang, and hopes everyone will miss him like they do. The cause of his death is still unknown. The zoo says they can't perform an autopsy on the 19-year-old until the Chinese authorities arrive on Thursday (September 19). Pandas generally live around 14 to 20 years in the wild, and up to 30 in captivity - according to the WWF.