0992.HK - Lenovo Group Limited

HKSE - HKSE Delayed Price. Currency in HKD
3.960
-0.030 (-0.752%)
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Previous Close3.990
Open3.940
Bid3.950 x 0
Ask3.960 x 0
Day's Range3.920 - 3.970
52 Week Range3.760 - 5.400
Volume8,035,879
Avg. Volume53,019,977
Market Cap47.579B
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)10.49
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.27 (5.88%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-07-10
1y Target EstN/A
  • Lenovo announces more than 20 new products at CES 2018
    Tech Republiclast month

    Lenovo announces more than 20 new products at CES 2018

    At CES 2018, Lenovo focused on new PC and smart devices for consumer and business customers. This includes the Smart Hub product family.

  • The Spy Masters' Case Against Huawei Is Flimsy
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    The Spy Masters' Case Against Huawei Is Flimsy

    The Chinese phone maker's biggest offense may be it's too successful.

  • Forbes8 days ago

    Lenovo Focusing On Server Security, Just Talks Less About It

    Many datacenter vendors are amping their security efforts in response to the increased threat from hackers who are wanting to go after the datacenter server. Lenovo has been a bit reserved in communicating its security strategy. It is an interesting story that I would like to discuss here.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    BRIEF-U.S. CPSC Says Lenovo Recalls 78,000 Thinkpad Laptops

    Feb 6 (Reuters) - U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission: * U.S. CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION SAYS LENOVO RECALLS THINKPAD LAPTOPS DUE TO FIRE HAZARD​ * ‍U.S. CPSC SAYS ABOUT 78,000 UNITS INVOLVED ...

  • These are the hottest Chinese consumer brands outside China
    CNBC16 days ago

    These are the hottest Chinese consumer brands outside China

    Lenovo has topped a list of the hottest Chinese brands outside China. But most people in the US probably couldn't name one Chinese brand says an expert

  • Forbes16 days ago

    Consumer AR Is A Go

    With more than several hundred thousand mobile augmented reality "Star Wars: Jedi Challenge" headsets sold over the holidays, Disney adds more content, and Lenovo sees the potential of the Mirage AR headset.

  • The Wall Street Journal21 days ago

    [$$] Lenovo Books Loss on U.S. Asset Charges

    Lenovo took a $400 million charge following the U.S. tax overhaul, pushing it to a net loss in the third quarter and missing analyst expectations as its mobile unit continued to struggle.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Lenovo to miss mobile turnaround target, posts third quarter net loss

    Personal computer maker Lenovo Group said it would miss a target to turnaround its mobile business by March, after earlier posting a quarterly loss due to a one-off charge linked to tax reforms in the United States. The group's phone problems started after it bought Motorola Mobility from Google for $2.9 billion in 2014 but struggled to integrate the assets. "We will further improve the profitability, but probably breakeven will not happen in the next quarter," Chairman and CEO Yang Yuanqing told Reuters, referring to the mobile business.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Lenovo to miss mobile turnaround target, posts Q3 net loss

    Personal computer maker Lenovo Group said it would miss a target to turnaround its mobile business by March, after earlier posting a quarterly loss due to a one-off charge linked to tax reforms in the United States. "We will further improve the profitability, but probably breakeven will not happen in the next quarter," Chairman and CEO Yang Yuanqing told Reuters, referring to the mobile business. The segment, which accounts for 16 percent of Lenovo's revenue, reported a narrower operating loss of $92 million for the third quarter ended December.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    China's Lenovo swings to Q3 loss on U.S. tax reform, says outlook challenging

    Chinese personal computer maker Lenovo Group swung to a loss in the third quarter from a year-ago profit, hurt mainly by a one-off charge of $400 million resulting from a U.S. tax reform, and said the short-term outlook was challenging. Tax reforms signed into law in December lower the income tax rate for U.S. firms to 21 percent from 35 percent. Lenovo, a unit of Legend Holdings, reported a loss of $289 million for the three months to December, versus a $98 million profit a year ago.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    China's Lenovo swings to Q3 loss on U.S. tax reform, says outlook challenging

    Chinese personal computer maker Lenovo Group swung to a loss in the third quarter from a year-ago profit, hurt mainly by a one-off charge of $400 million resulting from a U.S. tax reform, and said the short-term outlook was challenging. Tax reforms signed into law in December lower the income tax rate for U.S. firms to 21 percent from 35 percent. Lenovo, a unit of Legend Holdings, reported a loss of $289 million for the three months to December, versus a $98 million profit a year ago.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Lenovo chairman says mobile turnaround unlikely to happen by March

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese personal computer maker Lenovo Group said on Thursday a turnaround for its mobile business was unlikely to happen by March, as previously targeted. Chairman and Chief Executive ...

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Lenovo chairman says mobile turnaround unlikely to happen by March

    Chinese personal computer maker Lenovo Group said on Thursday a turnaround for its mobile business was unlikely to happen by March, as previously targeted. Chairman and Chief Executive Yang Yuanqing was ...

  • Reuters21 days ago

    China's Lenovo posts Q3 loss due to U.S. tax reform

    HONG KONG, Feb 1 (Reuters) - Chinese personal computer maker Lenovo Group reported a quarterly loss of $289 million on Thursday against a $98 million profit a year earlier, due mainly to a one-off charge ...

  • Lenovo Posts Surprise Loss as Mobile Unit Struggles Continue
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    Lenovo Posts Surprise Loss as Mobile Unit Struggles Continue

    Lenovo Group Ltd. posted a surprise loss after taking a $400 million charge due to U.S. tax reforms as its mobile business continues to struggle with shrinking revenue.

  • Lenovo Heads for a Goodwill Iceberg
    Bloomberg22 days ago

    Lenovo Heads for a Goodwill Iceberg

    Acquisitions four years ago aren't paying off.

  • The Wall Street Journal23 days ago

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  • MarketWatch24 days ago

    HP and Lenovo can be surprising winners from the boom in mining bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies

    The skyrocketing price of graphic cards and system memory is bad news for the large market of do-it-yourself consumers and PC gamers.

  • The Wall Street Journal24 days ago

    [$$] Intel Warned Chinese Companies of Chip Flaws Before U.S. Government

    In initial disclosures about critical security flaws discovered in its processors, Intel notified a small group of customers, including Chinese technology companies, but left out the U.S. government, according ...

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Qualcomm signs $2 billion sales MOUs with Lenovo, Xiaomi, vivo and OPPO

    Lenovo Group , Guangdong OPPO Mobile Telecommunications Corp, vivo Communication Technology and Xiaomi Communications have expressed an interest in buying Qualcomm components with a total value of no less than $2 billion over three years, the U.S. chip maker said on Thursday. The non-binding agreement will be subject to further agreements and covers technology related to RF Front-End components, Qualcomm said in a statement. At the event representatives from the Chinese companies expressed concerns that a possible acquisition of Qualcomm by Broadcom could hurt investment in chip technology.

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Qualcomm signs $2 billion sales MOUs with Lenovo, Xiaomi, vivo and OPPO

    Lenovo Group , Guangdong OPPO Mobile Telecommunications Corp, vivo Communication Technology and Xiaomi Communications have expressed an interest in buying Qualcomm components with a total value of no less than $2 billion over three years, the U.S. chip maker said on Thursday. The non-binding agreement will be subject to further agreements and covers technology related to RF Front-End components, Qualcomm said in a statement. At the event representatives from the Chinese companies expressed concerns that a possible acquisition of Qualcomm by Broadcom could hurt investment in chip technology.

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Xiaomi usurps Samsung to become top smartphone seller in India

    Samsung Electronics has lost its crown as the top smartphone seller in India for the first time in six years, as it was outsold by China's Xiaomi in the final quarter of 2017, data from two tech research firms shows. Xiaomi's aggressively priced suite of high-spec handsets and market expansion strategy enabled it to take the top spot in the world's biggest smartphone market after China, said Tarun Pathak of Counterpoint Research. The Chinese company, which is exploring a public listing and is now valued at close to $100 billion, entered India just over three years ago.

  • American City Business Journals28 days ago

    Lenovo names sixth North America chief in six years

    Five months after the departure of former leader Emilio Ghilardi , Chinese electronics maker Lenovo has named another new president for its Morrisville-based North America business. Matthew Zielinski starts his term as president of Lenovo’s North America PC and smart devices unit on Feb. 12, the company confirmed Tuesday. Zielinski joins from AMD, where he spent the last 12 years in various global sales roles, including his most recent title – corporate vice president of OEM sales at that company.

  • Microsoft doubles down on its low-priced Chromebook competition for schools
    TechCrunchlast month

    Microsoft doubles down on its low-priced Chromebook competition for schools

    Say what you will about Chromebooks, there’s little question that Google’s low-cost offerings have reignited edtech.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Foreign Firms Brace for Potential Cost Increases After U.S. Tax Overhaul

    Foreign companies are calculating whether the cost increases they will bear under the new U.S. tax law will outweigh the benefits of a lower corporate rate.