1810.HK - Xiaomi Corporation

HKSE - HKSE Delayed Price. Currency in HKD
10.160
+0.420 (+4.31%)
At close: 4:08PM HKT
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Previous Close9.740
Open9.970
Bid10.140 x 0
Ask10.160 x 0
Day's Range9.890 - 10.240
52 Week Range9.440 - 22.200
Volume139,896,858
Avg. Volume50,863,934
Market Cap242.179B
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 Est17.65
  • Xiaomi Founder on China Sales, Overseas Expansion, Services
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Xiaomi Founder on China Sales, Overseas Expansion, Services

    Jan.10 -- Lei Jun, Xiaomi Corp. founder and chairman, discusses sales in China, expansion plans in Europe, and revenue with Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie on "Bloomberg Technology." (Video edited to remove incorrect graphic.)

  • Selling pressure is still on Xiaomi, says investor
    CNBC Videos10 days ago

    Selling pressure is still on Xiaomi, says investor

    Some Xiaomi executives pledged not to sell their stock for one year to drum up confidence in the firm, but the company's share price continued to slide. Jackson Wong of Huarong International Securities weighs in on this, and the smartphone giant's stra...

  • As Xiaomi Shares Sink, a Russian Investor Is Still Up $1 Billion
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    As Xiaomi Shares Sink, a Russian Investor Is Still Up $1 Billion

    Milner, an early investor in Facebook Inc. and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., quadrupled his money even though Xiaomi’s market value has tumbled by more than $18 billion since the IPO. The declines accelerated when a six-month lockup period expired on Jan. 9, promoting some investors to sell the stock.

  • As Xiaomi Shares Sink, a Russian Investor Is Still Up $1 Billion
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    As Xiaomi Shares Sink, a Russian Investor Is Still Up $1 Billion

    Milner, an early investor in Facebook Inc. and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., quadrupled his money even though Xiaomi’s market value has tumbled by more than $18 billion since the IPO. The declines accelerated when a six-month lockup period expired on Jan. 9, promoting some investors to sell the stock.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    BRIEF-Xiaomi Updates On Share Repurchase

    Jan 18 (Reuters) - Xiaomi Corp: * ON JANUARY 17 CO REPURCHASED 6.1 MILLION CLASS B SHARES ON MARKET AT AN AVERAGE PRICE OF HK$9.7625 PER CLASS B SHARE Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

  • CNBC3 days ago

    Xiaomi, once dubbed the 'Apple of China,' has lost 40% of its value since its IPO last year

    The stock has shed 25 percent this year, plummeting to all-time lows and trading below 10 Hong Kong dollars. China's Xiaomi 1810-HK , once dubbed the "Apple of China," is in the middle of a months-long rout and facing familiar headwinds in the global smartphone market.

  • Another Xiaomi Stock Sale Adds to $31 Billion Rout
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Another Xiaomi Stock Sale Adds to $31 Billion Rout

    More Xiaomi Corp. shareholders are rushing for the exit. The placing follows the end of a six-month lockup last week that has allowed early shareholders to sell Xiaomi stock for the first time. The shares fell 2.6 percent in Hong Kong Wednesday.

  • Another Xiaomi Stock Sale Adds to $31 Billion Rout
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Another Xiaomi Stock Sale Adds to $31 Billion Rout

    More Xiaomi Corp. shareholders are rushing for the exit. The placing follows the end of a six-month lockup last week that has allowed early shareholders to sell Xiaomi stock for the first time. The shares fell 2.6 percent in Hong Kong Wednesday.

  • Investing.com4 days ago

    Xiaomi Shares Slide More Than 3% As Investor Sells 231 Million Class B Shares

    Investing.com - Shares in Hong Kong-listed smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp (HK:1810) slid more than 3% on Wednesday in Asia after Bloomberg reported that an unnamed investor had sold 231 million of the company’s Class B shares.

  • Samsung's new Galaxy M smartphones will launch in India first
    TechCrunch6 days ago

    Samsung's new Galaxy M smartphones will launch in India first

    Samsung will launch its new lower-priced Galaxy M series in India before the smartphones roll out globally. Asim Warsi, senior vice president of Samsung India’s smartphone business, told Reuters that three devices will be available through its website and Amazon India at the end of January and are intended to help the company double online sales. Samsung is currently trying to recover its lead in India, the world’s second-largest smartphone market behind China, after losing it to Xiaomi at the end of 2017, when Xiaomi’s sales in India overtook Samsung for the first time, according to data from both Canalys and Counterpoint.

  • Samsung Targets Indian Millennials With Cheaper Smartphones
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    Samsung Targets Indian Millennials With Cheaper Smartphones

    The three M series devices, all priced below 20,000 rupees ($283) apiece, will launch on February 5 on the Samsung India online store as well as Amazon India, the South Korean manufacturer said. “It’s aimed squarely and entirely at millennials who form a third of India’s 1.3 billion population and comprise half of the country’s online shoppers,” said Asim Warsi, senior vice president at Samsung India.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Samsung to launch India-first smartphones to counter Chinese rivals

    Samsung plans to launch a budget smartphone series in India ahead of a global release, aiming to regain ground ceded to Chinese rivals such as Xiaomi in the world's second-biggest mobile phone market. The South Korean company's Indian market share by shipments has lagged Xiaomi's in two of the three 2018 quarters for which data is available, according to technology researcher Counterpoint. The three new M-series phones, which Samsung plans to sell only through its website and Amazon.com's (AMZN.O) Indian operation, will help the company to double online sales, the head of Samsung's Indian mobile business told Reuters.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Samsung to launch India-first smartphones to counter Chinese rivals

    Samsung plans to launch a budget smartphone series in India ahead of a global release, aiming to regain ground ceded to Chinese rivals such as Xiaomi in the world's second-biggest mobile phone market. The South Korean company's Indian market share by shipments has lagged Xiaomi's in two of the three 2018 quarters for which data is available, according to technology researcher Counterpoint. The three new M-series phones, which Samsung plans to sell only through its website and Amazon.com's Indian operation, will help the company to double online sales, the head of Samsung's Indian mobile business told Reuters.

  • Xiaomi's five-year plan is a $1.5 billion bet on smart homes
    TechCrunch8 days ago

    Xiaomi's five-year plan is a $1.5 billion bet on smart homes

    Xiaomi, the Chinese company best known for budget phones, is betting big on a future of connected homes. It plans to plough at least 100 billion yuan, or $1.48 billion, into the so-called "AIoT" sector over the next five years, founder and chief operating office Lei Jun announced on Friday. AIoT, short for "AI + IoT," is an upgrade from devices connected to the internet, known as the Internet of Things.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents8 days ago

    Edited Transcript of 1810.HK earnings conference call or presentation 19-Nov-18 12:00pm GMT

    Q3 2018 Xiaomi Corp Earnings Call

  • China's Xiaomi Places a $1.5 Billion Bet on AI and Smart Devices
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    China's Xiaomi Places a $1.5 Billion Bet on AI and Smart Devices

    The investment is part of the Beijing-based company’s strategy of wringing more revenue from high-value services and the Internet of Things, billionaire co-founder Lei Jun said in a statement. The company is also focusing on pushing upmarket while expanding into Europe, Lei told Bloomberg Television Thursday. Xiaomi’s taking action against the backdrop of a brewing trade war that’s stoking global economic uncertainty, he added.

  • China's Xiaomi Places a $1.5 Billion Bet on AI and Smart Devices
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    China's Xiaomi Places a $1.5 Billion Bet on AI and Smart Devices

    The investment is part of the Beijing-based company’s strategy of wringing more revenue from high-value services and the Internet of Things, billionaire co-founder Lei Jun said in a statement. The company is also focusing on pushing upmarket while expanding into Europe, Lei told Bloomberg Television Thursday. Xiaomi’s taking action against the backdrop of a brewing trade war that’s stoking global economic uncertainty, he added.

  • Xiaomi's Wishful Thinking on Display in 5G Hopes
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Xiaomi's Wishful Thinking on Display in 5G Hopes

    Founder and CEO Lei Jun told Bloomberg News late Thursday that he expects the advent of next-generation wireless to energize demand for its smartphones. Each generation of mobile-networking technology revives excitement because of the prospect of faster connections. Second, it’ll be another year or so until the networks will be truly ready, and without such a rollout 5G phones are pointless.

  • Xiaomi CEO Looks Past Selloff to 5G-Led China Phone Revival
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Xiaomi CEO Looks Past Selloff to 5G-Led China Phone Revival

    Xiaomi Corp.’s billionaire co-founder, shrugging off a share slump that wiped $6 billion off its market value in just three days, expects the advent of next-generation wireless to energize demand for its smartphones. The Chinese devices maker is now focusing on pushing upmarket while expanding into Europe, forgoing the U.S., Chief Executive Officer Lei Jun told Bloomberg Television. On Thursday, Xiaomi announced plans to give its bargain “Redmi” label more prominence so it can begin to raise prices and specs on its flagship Mi gadgets.

  • Xiaomi CEO Looks Past Selloff to 5G-Led China Phone Revival
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Xiaomi CEO Looks Past Selloff to 5G-Led China Phone Revival

    Xiaomi Corp.’s billionaire co-founder, shrugging off a share slump that wiped $6 billion off its market value in just three days, expects the advent of next-generation wireless to energize demand for its smartphones. The Chinese devices maker is now focusing on pushing upmarket while expanding into Europe, forgoing the U.S., Chief Executive Officer Lei Jun told Bloomberg Television. On Thursday, Xiaomi announced plans to give its bargain “Redmi” label more prominence so it can begin to raise prices and specs on its flagship Mi gadgets.

  • How to Make a 56,823% Return With Hong Kong's Worst Ever IPO
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    How to Make a 56,823% Return With Hong Kong's Worst Ever IPO

    The stock lost about 30 percent in the six months that followed its Hong Kong debut, making it the city’s worst-performing initial public offering with a value of at least $3 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

  • Lyft partners with Segway to deploy more durable scooters
    TechCrunch9 days ago

    Lyft partners with Segway to deploy more durable scooters

    Lyft is gearing up to roll out its next generation of shared scooters in partnership with Segway Ninebot. This comes on the heels of Segway-Ninebot's announcement of its newest scooter, the Model Max. The Model Max was designed with the realization that wear and tear is a major issue for shared electric scooter services.

  • Three-Day Rout Wipes $6 Billion Off Xiaomi Stock
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    Three-Day Rout Wipes $6 Billion Off Xiaomi Stock

    Xiaomi Corp.’s bad week got worse Thursday as more investors rushed to sell as soon as they could. The stock closed 3.6 percent lower in Hong Kong, taking its three-day decline to 17 percent, or $6.2 billion in market value. Analysts at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and China International Capital Corp. were the latest to cut their price targets on the Chinese smartphone maker, joining at least five others who have tempered their estimates just this week.

  • Three-Day Rout Wipes $6 Billion Off Xiaomi Stock
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    Three-Day Rout Wipes $6 Billion Off Xiaomi Stock

    Xiaomi Corp.’s bad week got worse Thursday as more investors rushed to sell as soon as they could. The stock closed 3.6 percent lower in Hong Kong, taking its three-day decline to 17 percent, or $6.2 billion in market value. Analysts at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and China International Capital Corp. were the latest to cut their price targets on the Chinese smartphone maker, joining at least five others who have tempered their estimates just this week.

  • Financial Times10 days ago

    [$$] Shares in China smartphone maker Xiaomi fall for third day in row

    The slide came despite a commitment announced by Xiaomi on Wednesday that chief executive Lei Jun and other controlling shareholders would not sell their shares in the company for at least a year. Xiaomi’s shares have tumbled 58 per cent since its listing last July, following a difficult year for Chinese technology stocks and a cooling domestic smartphone market. to the fall in sales of Chinese smartphones, from which Xiaomi earns two-thirds of its revenues.