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NetEase, Inc. (NTES)

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real-time price. Currency in USD
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93.60+2.74 (+3.02%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
94.25 +0.65 (+0.69%)
After hours: 07:18PM EDT
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Previous close90.86
Bid93.55 x 900
Ask93.59 x 800
Day's range91.93 - 93.71
52-week range68.62 - 118.19
Avg. volume2,128,677
Market cap61.476B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.41
PE ratio (TTM)24.96
EPS (TTM)3.75
Earnings date29 Aug 2022 - 02 Sept 2022
Forward dividend & yield1.19 (1.31%)
Ex-dividend date07 Jun 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Motley Fool

    3 Red Flags for NetEase's Future

    In early May, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) added NetEase to a growing list of Chinese stocks that could be delisted in three years if they don't fully open their books to U.S. regulators. NetEase launched a secondary initial public offering (IPO) in Hong Kong to address those risks, and U.S. investors could potentially swap their shares for Hong Kong-listed shares if they're ever delisted from the Nasdaq. In China, new video games must be approved by the government and granted licenses before they're released.

  • Bloomberg

    NetEase Shares Plunge After Diablo Immortal Game Launch Is Postponed

    (Bloomberg) -- Chinese gaming giant NetEase Inc. plunged the most in nine months after delaying the launch of Diablo Immortal in the world’s biggest mobile app market, putting its sales recovery in question.Most Read from BloombergUS Futures Gain With European Stocks; Dollar Slips: Markets WrapPutin May Win in Ukraine, But the Real War Is Just StartingHousing’s Slowdown Has Economy on the EdgePutin Gets Unexpected Pushback From Ally Over War in UkraineGiant Cruise Ship’s Maiden Voyage May Be to

  • Reuters

    NetEase delays Diablo Immortal's China launch, shares tumble

    Internet and gaming giant NetEase delayed the rollout of its video game Diablo Immortal in China three days ahead of its official launch, a move that comes just after the game's official account on Weibo was banned from making new posts. China-based NetEase, which was set to release the game on Thursday, did not provide a new launch date, but said on Sunday it wanted to make changes such as improvements to the game-play experience and conduct "multiple optimization adjustments". NetEase also did not respond to a Reuters' request for comment.