|Bid||115.73 x 100|
|Ask||117.00 x 1000|
|Day's range||114.20 - 118.65|
|52-week range||40.12 - 118.65|
|PE ratio (TTM)||133.33|
|Earnings date||20 Nov 2017 - 24 Nov 2017|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||106.92|
In the third quarter, Tiger dissolved its stake in Google parent Alphabet but increased holdings in the other so-called 'FANG' stocks, a filing shows.
Major indexes cooled off, and small caps fell harder. Sina and Priceline see intense selling pressure after Q3 results.
U.S.-listed China-based firms, particularly those that cater to China's booming internet population, aren't suffering from lack of growth.
Hot Chinese stocks Sina and Weibo kick off earnings Tuesday, followed by Tinder parent Match Group and Snapchat parent Snap later in the day.
SINA Corp is scheduled to announce its third quarter earnings on November 7. The Chinese internet company has reported strong growth in ad revenues over the past few quarters due to the increasing popularity and monetization potential of its social media platform Weibo
SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - Gu Xiaomeng, a 24-year-old primary school teacher in the eastern Chinese city of Suzhou, says she's excited about the new iPhone X, set to go on sale on Friday. The challenge for Apple Inc (AAPL.O) is to persuade her to actually buy one. "I'm definitely interested, but don't currently plan to get one," said Gu, whose monthly salary of a little over 6,000 yuan ($905.36) is less than the anniversary model's starting price in China of 8,388 yuan.
Sina has jumped 108%, partly due to its controlling stake in Weibo and speculation that Aristeia Capital could win a proxy fight.
China’s primary social-media platforms—WeChat, QQ and Weibo—all announced system maintenance or upgrades on the eve of the 19th Communist Party congress.
Aristeia Capital said it believes Sina Corp., which controls the Chinese Twitter-like service Weibo Corp., could fetch as much as $190 a share in a sale, a 67 percent premium to its current price.
The Chinese government is pushing some of its biggest tech companies—including Tencent, Weibo and a unit of Alibaba—to give the state a stake in them and a direct role in corporate decisions.
The Cyberspace Administration of China said Baidu, Tencent and Sina Weibo did not do enough to deal with pornography, violence and other banned content.
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Donald Trump's announcement to rescind an immigration program for children generated strong discussion in Chinese social media, the People's Daily said.
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Oct.12 -- China is considering taking board seats and stakes of at least 1 percent in operators of some Internet portals and mobile apps in exchange for granting news licenses, according to people familiar with the plan. Bloomberg's Selina Wang has more on "Bloomberg Technology." (Removes reference to WSJ in headline.)
Oct.04 -- Sina Corp. hit back against one of its largest investors after it claimed the company, which controls the Chinese Twitter-like service Weibo Corp., is mismanaged and undervalued. Bloomberg's Robert Fenner reports on "Bloomberg Markets."