|Bid||130.02 x 200|
|Ask||130.50 x 300|
|Day's range||129.51 - 132.50|
|52-week range||46.05 - 132.50|
|PE ratio (TTM)||111.45|
|Earnings date||20 Feb 2018 - 26 Feb 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||27.47|
Weibo, Atlassian, Match Group and Align Technology, which all have strong RS lines, hit buy points Tuesday, but only Weibo is still in range.
A strong open for the stock market Tuesday saw the Dow Jones industrial average cross the 26,000 level early, but gains faded badly by the close.
Major stock indexes turned negative in late-afternoon trading Tuesday, not a surprise given the ebullient gains during the first two weeks of trading in 2018.
China shut as many as 128,000 websites that contained obscene and other "harmful" information in 2017, the official Xinhua news agency reported late on Monday, citing government data. Xinhua said 30.9 million illegal publications were confiscated over the course of 2017, while 1,900 people were subject to criminal penalties, according to figures from the national office in charge of combating pornography and illegal publications. China has been tightening controls over internet content as part of efforts to maintain "social stability", taking on "vulgar" and pornographic content as well as the unauthorised dissemination of news.
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Tencent Holdings' WeChat, China's most popular messenger app, on Tuesday denied storing users' chat histories, after a top businessman was quoted in media reports as saying he believed Tencent was monitoring everyone's account. "WeChat does not store any users' chat history.
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China's internet watchdog has ordered two top news feed sites to temporarily suspend parts of their platforms for broadcasting "vulgar" content and failing to implement censorship measures, amid tightening state control of what appears online. Toutiao and Phoenix News, which host popular news streams similar to Facebook Inc's feed, will suspend features including current affairs and Q&A sections from Friday evening for up to 24 hours, the powerful Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) said in a notice on Friday. Online news platforms like Toutiao have grown rapidly by aggregating content.
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Facebook is the dominant social network and its stock is in a buy zone, but Twitter and Snapchat operator Snap surged toward breakouts Monday. China's Weibo regained its 50-day line.
British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, on his Chinese microblog Weibo account, praised the lead singer of China's most popular boy band for asking about life beyond Earth. Wang Junkai, leader singer of the wildly popular TFBOYS, posted a video of himself on his Weibo account on Friday asking the author of "A Brief History of Time" how humanity should prepare for interstellar migration in years to come. Hawking recently warned that the human race must evacuate Earth in 600 years before soaring energy consumption turns the planet into a "ball of fire".