|Bid||11.120 x 0|
|Ask||11.140 x 0|
|Day's Range||11.080 - 11.460|
|52 Week Range||9.440 - 22.200|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||N/A|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||17.65|
CNBC's Josh Lipton shows off a foldable phone as competition heats up with Apple. With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Pete Najarian, Tim Seymour, Steve Grasso and Guy Adami.
China's Xiaomi reveals a prototype smartphone with a screen that bends flat in two places -- the first double-folding phone. But it's not the only folding smartphone screen we'll see this year.
and Tencent Music will be included in stock benchmarks this month, after MSCI parted with rivals by deciding to keep companies with controversial dual-class share structures in its widely-followed indices. companies should be included in indices whose power to direct capital flows has strengthened in the last decade. Dual-class structures have proved popular with US and Chinese entrepreneurs, as the unequal split in voting power allows founders to keep a tight grip on the strategic direction of companies when they go public.
A new smartphone brand called iQoo made its debut on Weibo, China's answer toTwitter, on Tuesday by greeting in English: "Hello, this is iQoo
MSCI Inc. said it will add nine stocks with dual-class shares to its global benchmark MSCI All-Country World Index. Seven of the companies are based in China, while the others are in the U.S., according to a quarterly review dated Feb. 11.
Feb 12 (Reuters) - Xiaomi Corp: * TOTAL SHIPMENT OF REDMI NOTE 7 SMARTPHONE HAS EXCEEDED ONE MILLION UNITS IN MAINLAND CHINA SINCE ITS SALES COMMENCEMENT DATE ON JANUARY 15 Source text for Eikon: Further ...
China's Soocas continues to jostle with global toothbrush giants as it raises200 million yuan ($30 million) in a Series C funding round
Tencent-backed Maoyan Entertainment, China's biggest movie-ticketing platform by sales, fell 1.1 percent in its Hong Kong stock debut on Monday, the latest in a string of weak starts among Chinese tech firms listing in the financial hub. Shares in Maoyan Entertainment opened at HK$14.82 ($1.89), barely higher than the initial public offering (IPO) price of HK$14.8, which was already at the bottom end of an indicative range.
Samsung's new Galaxy M-series phones have arrived in time to fight its India slump. The M10 and M20 are a couple of entry-level handsets exclusive to the region that will take on Xiaomi and Oppo's popular, sub-$200 offerings. No one expects fireworks at this price, but the phones do bear the distinction of being Samsung's first to come with a notch (a teardrop notch, to be precise, like the one on the OnePlus 6T).
Maoyan Entertainment , China's top movie-ticketing platform by sales that is backed by Tencent, priced its Hong Kong IPO at the bottom of an indicative range to raise $250 million, according to a term sheet seen by Reuters. A pricing at the lower end would value Maoyan at $2.2 billion, indicating a "down round" for Tencent, as it is less than a valuation in 2017 when the tech giant invested 1 billion yuan ($148.45 million), a term sheet showed last week. Maoyan was valued at about $3 billion at the time of Tencent's investment, two sources have previously said.
In the last quarter of 2018, the Apple reported selling close to 47 million iPhones worldwide. But the tech giant is still struggling to make a dent in India, where high import duties and price-sensitive consumers have translated to languid sales.
With a market capitalization of HK$238b, Xiaomi Corporation (HKG:1810) is a large-cap stock, which is considered by most investors as a safe bet. Common characteristics for these big stocks are Read More...
Xiaomi recently revealed a prototype tablet that can fold up into a phone. This is a trend we'll likely see from phone and tablet makers soon, and the software is ready. Samsung, LG, Microsoft and others have announced — or are reportedly working on — new products that bend and fold.
China's Xiaomi has become the latest smartphone maker to tease a folding smartphone, dropping the below video clip of its president and co-founder, Bin Lin, fondling the device on social media today. Excited to share this video of a special Xiaomi smartphone from our President and Co-founder Bin Lin .
Xiaomi truly is working on a foldable phone, company president and co-founder Lin Bin has confirmed in a teaser he posted on Weibo. In the video, you'll see the executive using a tablet-sized gadget -- until he folds its sides and uses it like you would any phone. Bin wrote in his post that the form factor, which "perfectly merges the experience" of a phone and a tablet, is the result of the company's work on foldable displays, folding hinges and other technical challenges.
The Chinese smartphone maker said it’s bought almost 20 million of its Class B shares since Jan. 17. Dilution -- or dividing a company into more pieces -- will reduce Xiaomi’s earnings-per-share unless it cancels some repurchased shares. Xiaomi fell as much as 1.1 percent on Wednesday, before paring the drop to trade little changed.
China’s Xiaomi Corp. is buying back stock barely six months after going public in Hong Kong. Last week, Xiaomi shares hit a record closing low of 9.70 Hong Kong dollars. To reassure investors, Xiaomi’s board said it would use its ability to repurchase up to 10% of shares, and on Jan. 17 bought back roughly HK$60 million ($7.7 million) of stock.
China’s top ticket app has taken the unusual step of extending bookbuilding for its Hong Kong IPO after adding three more cornerstone investors, including Xiaomi. Maoyan now expects to stop staking orders from institutional money managers around Jan. 25, a day later than initially planned, according to terms for the deal obtained by Bloomberg. Xiaomi agreed to purchase $2.6 million of shares, while an affiliate of Shanghai-listed Hylink Digital Solution Co. committed $5 million, the updated terms show.
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.
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:
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.