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ZTE Corporation (ZTCOF)

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2.01000.0000 (0.00%)
At close: 03:58PM EDT
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Previous close2.0100
Open2.0100
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's range2.0100 - 2.0100
52-week range1.7100 - 3.6000
Volume200
Avg. volume669
Market cap16.181B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.54
PE ratio (TTM)9.14
EPS (TTM)0.2200
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.05 (2.33%)
Ex-dividend date27 Apr 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Reuters, Dow Jones move to unseal ZTE case records

    Reuters and Dow Jones on Monday brought a motion to unseal records in the U.S. case against China's ZTE Corp, arguing there is a right to access and that secrecy does not serve the public interest. ZTE, one of the world's top telecommunications equipment makers, pleaded guilty in 2017 to conspiring to violate U.S. export laws by illegally shipping U.S. goods to Iran.

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    China's ZTE exits probation after U.S. court ruling, shares soar

    (Reuters) -China's ZTE Corp saw its shares soar as much as 60% in Hong Kong on Tuesday after the telecommunications equipment maker completed five years of probation in the United States, marking the end of a U.S. criminal case. ZTE's probation - imposed in a 2017 guilty plea deal for illegally shipping U.S. technology to Iran, and extended in 2018 - ended on schedule on March 22, despite a possible violation. An alleged visa fraud had raised the possibility of additional penalties, sending ZTE's stock plummeting earlier this month, but a U.S. judge on Tuesday ruled against further action by the court.

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    ZTE awaits judge's ruling after U.S. probation hearing

    (Reuters) -An FBI agent testified on Monday that Chinese nationals brought to the United States under research visas went to work for ZTE Corp in New Jersey - a possible sign the Chinese tech company violated its probation from a 2017 U.S. plea deal. At a hearing in federal court in Dallas, FBI special agent Marcus Wondergem said Chinese nationals came to the United States under the guise they would be doing research at the lab of Georgia Tech professor Gee-Kung Chang, but spent little time there and moved to apartments near ZTE in Morristown, New Jersey.