53.50 +0.99 (1.89%)
Pre-market: 8:39AM EST
|Bid||53.48 x 800|
|Ask||53.64 x 1200|
|Day's range||51.82 - 58.70|
|52-week range||51.82 - 142.12|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||2.09|
|PE ratio (TTM)||22.16|
|Earnings date||11 Feb 2019 - 15 Feb 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||74.73|
Shares of Tencent Holdings, NetEase and other China stocks jumped Friday after a government official signaled a freeze on approvals for new games is ending. But some stocks fell back.
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Sina stock fluctuated Wednesday as the China-based internet company reported third-quarter results that topped estimates on healthy advertising growth.
Weibo stock rose Wednesday after the Chinese company posted third-quarter results that beat estimates as its user base rose 19%.
A Chinese university's plan to conduct a blanket search of student and staff electronic devices has come under fire, illustrating the limits of the population's tolerance for surveillance and raising the prospect that tactics used on Muslim minorities may be creeping into the rest of the country. The Guilin University of Electronic Technology is reconsidering a search of cellphones, computers, external hard disks and USB drives after a copy of the order leaked online and triggered such an intense backlash that it drew rare criticism in state-run newspapers. Searches of electronics are common in Xinjiang in China's far west, a heavily Muslim region that has been turned into a virtual police state to tamp down unrest.
The series of three videos posted by D&G, entitled "Eating With Chopsticks," show a woman eating large plates of pizza, spaghetti and a giant Italian cannolo pastry, while a male voiceover tells her what to do.
China's top cyber authority has scrubbed 9,800 social media accounts of independent news providers deemed to have posted sensational, vulgar or politically harmful content on the Internet, it said late on Monday. China's strict online censorship rules have tightened in recent years with new legislation to restrict media outlets, surveillance measures for media sites and rolling campaigns to remove content deemed unacceptable. CAC also summoned social media giants, including Tencent's Wechat and Sina-owned Weibo, warning them against failing to prevent "uncivilized growth" and "all kinds of chaos" among independent media on their platforms.
The merest hint of easing trade tensions between China and the U.S. was enough to drive up many Chinese tech stocks, including this Twitter-like social-network manager.
China technology stocks rallied Monday with the Shanghai Composite Index having its biggest one-day gain in three years.