1810.HK - Xiaomi Corporation

HKSE - HKSE Delayed Price. Currency in HKD
12.300
-0.180 (-1.44%)
At close: 4:08PM HKT
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Previous Close12.480
Open12.500
Bid12.300 x 0
Ask12.320 x 0
Day's Range12.120 - 12.720
52 Week Range12.120 - 22.200
Volume32,683,406
Avg. Volume48,014,068
Market Cap277.704B
Beta (3Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est20.54
  • GGV Capital's Lee Sees Chinese Startups With Disruptive Technologies
    Bloomberg Videolast month

    GGV Capital's Lee Sees Chinese Startups With Disruptive Technologies

    Sep.05 -- Jenny Lee, managing partner at GGV Capital, talks about Chinese startups, technology companies including Xiaomi, and the venture capital's investments in Airbnb. She also discusses China's venture capital market on the sidelines of the "Sooner Than You Think' technology summit in Singapore with Haslinda Amin on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

  • Reuters7 days ago

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  • Reuters19 days ago

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  • Reuters20 days ago

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    Haidilao's shares gave up their sharp initial gains on debut in Hong Kong on Wednesday, raising questions about the Chinese hotpot chain's $12 billion valuation and about the outlook for IPOs in the financial hub. It is the second major Hong Kong listing in a week to lose steam after a strong start. Haidilao climbed as much as 10.3 percent early on Wednesday to HK$19.64 compared with its IPO price of HK$17.80.

  • Reuters26 days ago

    Tencent-backed Meituan climbs 5 percent on debut, brightens outlook for HK IPOs

    Meituan Dianping rose 5 percent on debut in Hong Kong on Thursday, valuing the Chinese online food delivery-to-ticketing services firm at about $55 billion and sending a positive signal to companies lining up to list in the financial hub. The stock's performance is being seen as a test of investor appetite for Hong Kong listings against a backdrop of weak markets and multi-billion dollar initial public offerings (IPOs) that have struggled to rise above their issue price, such as smartphone maker Xiaomi and China Tower . The strong debut also reflects investor confidence that loss-making Meituan can fend off bruising competition from food-delivery platform Ele.me, which is backed by China's biggest e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holding (BABA.N).

  • Xiaomi's cheap handsets have ads in the Settings app
    Engadget27 days ago

    Xiaomi's cheap handsets have ads in the Settings app

    A reddit user noticed that the fourth-largest handset maker now has ads displayed everywhere, even within its Settings app. When The Vergereached out to Xiaomi for clarification, the company said, "Advertising has been and will continue to be an integral part of Xiaomi's Internet services, a key component of the company's business model." However, the spokesperson did also say that they will offer options to remove ads. Xiaomi has been selling incredibly inexpensive MIUI handsets, and it's clear that advertising is one way to make up for that revenue.

  • U.S. tech giants eye AI key to unlock China push
    Reuters28 days ago

    U.S. tech giants eye AI key to unlock China push

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  • Reuters28 days ago

    Investors hungry for Chinese hotpot as Haidilao raises nearly $1 billion in IPO

    Chinese hotpot chain Haidilao raised nearly $1 billion (£761 million) in its Hong Kong initial public offering (IPO) by pricing its shares at the top of an indicated range, three people close to the deal said on Tuesday. Haidilao, which mainly serves spicy Sichuan style hotpot and is popular for the free services and entertainment such as manicures and board games offered to waiting customers, sold about 8 percent of its enlarged equity capital at HK$17.80 ($2.27) per share, giving it a valuation of about $12 billion. The IPO's top-of-range pricing shows investors were optimistic about Haidilao's growth prospects despite a number of food safety incidents over the past two years.

  • Reuters29 days ago

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  • Reuterslast month

    Xiaomi creates new management jobs aimed at CEO succession planning

    Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc said on Friday it will rejig its businesses and create new leadership positions aimed at building a second tier to CEO Lei Jun, amid increased scrutiny of governance and successions at Chinese tech firms. The firm would introduce two new departments to advise Lei on strategy and oversee hiring, promotion and pay, Lei said in a memo to staff dated Sept. 13 and shared with the press on Friday. It also would reshuffle its four main business units into 10 to promote younger managers, Lei said, adding that a majority of the newly-appointed leadership belonged to the post-1980s generation.

  • Xiaomi creates new management jobs aimed at CEO succession planning
    Reuterslast month

    Xiaomi creates new management jobs aimed at CEO succession planning

    Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc said on Friday it will rejig its businesses and create new leadership positions aimed at building a second tier to CEO Lei Jun, amid increased scrutiny of governance and successions at Chinese tech firms. The firm would introduce two new departments to advise Lei on strategy and oversee hiring, promotion and pay, Lei said in a memo to staff dated Sept. 13 and shared with the press on Friday. It also would reshuffle its four main business units into 10 to promote younger managers, Lei said, adding that a majority of the newly-appointed leadership belonged to the post-1980s generation.

  • Reuterslast month

    Tencent-backed Meituan raises $4.2 bln in IPO priced near range top-sources

    HONG KONG, Sept 13 (Reuters/IFR) - Chinese online food delivery-to-ticketing services firm Meituan Dianping raised $4.2 billion in the world's biggest internet-focused IPO in four years as it priced the float near the top end of a marketed range, people close to the deal said.

  • Reuterslast month

    China's Meituan Dianping to focus on domestic market after $4.4 bln Hong Kong IPO

    China's Meituan Dianping, an online food delivery-to-ticketing services platform, confirmed it had filed for an up to $4.4 billion Hong Kong IPO and said it will focus on its domestic business instead of overseas expansion in the near future. Beijing-based Meituan, which offers services ranging from movie ticketing, food delivery to hotel and travel booking as well as ride-hailing, will make its market debut on Sept. 20. "There are plenty of opportunities in the overseas markets, but we have a very good customer base in China ... We would like to be rooted in China and focus on the domestic market first," Meituan's co-founder and chief executive, Wang Xing, said at a news conference in Hong Kong on Thursday.

  • Reuterslast month

    China's Meituan Dianping to focus on domestic market after $4.4 bln Hong Kong IPO

    China's Meituan Dianping, an online food delivery-to-ticketing services platform, confirmed it had filed for an up to $4.4 billion Hong Kong IPO and said it will focus on its domestic business instead of overseas expansion in the near future. It set an indicative price range of HK$60 to HK$72 ($7.6-$9.2) per share for its IPO, confirming a Reuters report over the weekend and valuing itself at up to $55 billion. Beijing-based Meituan, which offers services ranging from movie ticketing, food delivery to hotel and travel booking as well as ride-hailing, will make its market debut on Sept. 20.

  • Reuterslast month

    China's Meituan Dianping confirms $4.4 bln Hong Kong IPO plans

    China's Meituan Dianping, an online food delivery-to-ticketing services platform, confirmed it had filed for an up to $4.4 billion Hong Kong IPO and said it will focus on its domestic business instead of overseas expansion in the near future. This follows a Reuters report over the weekend, citing four sources, that Meituan had set an indicative price range of HK$60 to HK$72 ($7.64-$9.17) per share for its IPO, valuing itself at up to $55 billion, in what would be the world's biggest internet-focused float in four years. Beijing-based Meituan, which offers services ranging from movie ticketing, food delivery to hotel and travel booking as well as ride-hailing, was valued at around $30 billion in a fundraising round late last year.

  • Xiaomi Shows Strong Revenue Growth in Its First-Ever Earnings Report
    Motley Foollast month

    Xiaomi Shows Strong Revenue Growth in Its First-Ever Earnings Report

    Xiaomi’s first earnings report since going public continued the trend of its recent IPO, both for good and ill.

  • Xiaomi teases 5G support for its all-screen Mi Mix 3
    Engadgetlast month

    Xiaomi teases 5G support for its all-screen Mi Mix 3

    Earlier this year Chinese phone maker Xiaomi announced its plans to expand into Europe and the US, and if the company's latest teaser tweets are anything to go by, there's good reason to be excited about that. Director of product management Donovan Sung has posted a real life photo of the upcoming Mi Mix 3, and has hinted that it'll be 5G-ready (competitors Oppo and Vivo have also recently revealed their 5G progress).

  • Reuterslast month

    China's Meituan Dianping sets HK IPO valuation at up to $55 billion - sources

    By Julie Zhu and Fiona Lau SINGAPORE/HONG KONG (Reuters/IFR) - China's Meituan Dianping, an online food delivery-to-ticketing services platform, has set an indicative price range of HK$60 to HK$72 ($7.64-$9.17) ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Hong Kong's digital banking push pits tech newcomers against old-guard lenders

    At least a dozen banks, fintechs and telecom firms are lining up to get a piece of Hong Kong's retail and small business banking market as the regulator prepares to award the former British colony's first online-only banking licenses. Bidders hoping to challenge the dominance of HSBC (HSBA.L) and its local rivals, Bank of China (Hong Kong) (2388.HK) and Standard Chartered (STAN.L), include China's Ant Financial, Tencent , and Ping An Insurance , several people familiar with the process said. StanChart on Thursday said it had set up a new entity for digital banking and had submitted an application for a license.

  • Xiaomi’s high-end Mix 3 joins the sliding camera craze
    Engadget2 months ago

    Xiaomi’s high-end Mix 3 joins the sliding camera craze

    Similar to the Oppo Find X, both devices here feature a slide-out camera at the top to achieve an all-screen design, except for one major difference: the Xiaomi uses the full body for sliding. Given Xiaomi's track record with its near-bezel-less designs, it's safe to assume that Lin is prematurely showing off the upcoming Mix 3, which is a rather unusual move for Xiaomi, but one that would no doubt annoy the folks over at Huawei. The exec hasn't shared any further info, but judging by the photo, this will be the first device in the Mix series to finally rid the chin thanks to the relocated front camera.

  • Bloomberg2 months ago

    Xiaomi-Backed Home Appliances Supplier Viomi Files for U.S. IPO

    Xiaomi, which raised $5.4 billion including the overallotment to underwriters in its Hong Kong IPO in June, is Viomi’s strategic partner, shareholder and "most important customer," according to the filing. Viomi, based in the southern Chinese city of Foshan, also counts Sequoia Capital among its investors. The firm completed a series A funding round in 2015 from investors including Xiaomi.

  • Xiaomi backs Indian consumer lending startup ZestMoney in $13.4M deal
    TechCrunch2 months ago

    Xiaomi backs Indian consumer lending startup ZestMoney in $13.4M deal

    Xiaomi has continued its investment in India after it led a $13.4 million round for fintech startup ZestMoney. The newly-public Chinese firm previously said it would invest up to $1 billion in India and Indian startups over a five-year period, and this deal follows its maiden India fintech investment in lending platform KrazyBee. The new capital is an extension to ZestMoney's recently closed $6.5 million Series A, and it takes the company to $22 million raised to date.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 months ago

    [$$] Xiaomi’s Founder Gets Closer to a Winning Bet

    Lei Jun, founder of Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, just enjoyed one of the biggest paydays in global corporate history. Back in 2013, Mr. Lei made a 1 billion yuan ($145 million) bet live on television with Dong Mingzhu, chairwoman of rival Gree Electric, that within five years Xiaomi’s revenue would overtake Gree’s—a company that sells electrical appliances from air conditioners to refrigerators. At that time, Xiaomi’s annual sales were only around a quarter of Gree’s. The bet is due to expire by the end of this year.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents2 months ago

    Edited Transcript of 1810.HK earnings conference call or presentation 22-Aug-18 12:00pm GMT

    Half Year 2018 Xiaomi Corp Earnings Call (Chinese, English)

  • Reuters2 months ago

    China Xiaomi's revenue surges on India smartphone demand but growth doubts stay

    BEIJING/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc's quarterly revenue soared due to strong demand in India and other emerging markets but doubts remained on whether it can sustain the fast pace of growth and its shares reversed early gains to end lower. Xiaomi, which toppled Samsung Electronics as the top smartphone seller in the price-conscious Indian market earlier this year, said on Wednesday in its first results as a listed firm that revenue from overseas markets for the quarter ended June 30 more than doubled from the year-ago period. The company started trading in July after a closely watched but disappointing initial public offering that valued it at almost half the $100 billion that industry analysts had initially estimated.