BIDU - Baidu, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
216.21
-1.36 (-0.63%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

216.01 -0.20 (-0.09%)
After hours: 6:28PM EDT

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Previous Close217.57
Open218.33
Bid215.60 x 800
Ask216.70 x 800
Day's Range213.67 - 218.36
52 Week Range207.74 - 284.22
Volume3,184,198
Avg. Volume4,171,409
Market Cap75.697B
Beta1.96
PE Ratio (TTM)21.41
EPS (TTM)10.10
Earnings DateOct 24, 2018 - Oct 29, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est292.06
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  • Life Without Google or Facebook Is a Reality in China
    Bloomberg Video7 days ago

    Life Without Google or Facebook Is a Reality in China

    Aug.07 -- Adam Segal, director of the Digital and Cyberspace Policy Program at the Council on Foreign Relations, and Bloomberg's Selina Wang discuss what people in China think about not having access to Facebook and Google. They speak with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."

  • MarketWatch2 hours ago

    Bridgewater adds Alibaba, Amazon, Baidu, keeps large gold holdings

    MARKET PULSE Hedge-fund giant Bridgewater Associates, with about $160 billion under management, has added 84,629 shares of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (baba) worth some $15.7 million, to its holdings, according to a regulatory filing on Tuesday.

  • Investopedia9 hours ago

    Tesla Rival Nio Files for $1.8B US IPO

    Nio, the Tesla Inc. ( TSLA) competitor from China is all set to go for a public listing on American markets, according to CNBC. The Chinese startup, which is developing premium-level electric cars, seeks to raise $1.8 billion in an initial public offering (IPO) by listing its American depository shares (ADS) for trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Nio has recently made the first few deliveries of its ES8 electric vehicle (EV).

  • Why PayPal Isn’t Panicked by Competition
    Market Realistyesterday

    Why PayPal Isn’t Panicked by Competition

    The digital payment industry has continued to attract more players, resulting in more competition, particularly for market leaders like PayPal (PYPL). PayPal’s confidence is based on the belief that the company has built a powerful two-sided network, which means reaching consumers and merchants at the same time. PayPal ended the second quarter with 244 million active customers globally, and about 20 million of them were merchants, according to the company’s chief financial officer, John Rainey.

  • Baidu Executives Talk Spinoffs, iQiyi, and Monetizing Self-Driving Cars
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Baidu Executives Talk Spinoffs, iQiyi, and Monetizing Self-Driving Cars

    There were several gems among the search giant's discussion about its vision for the future.

  • Motley Fool4 days ago

    A Couple of Bad Days for Baidu and TripAdvisor

    One of these tech companies created its own problems; the other looks poised to see a big section of its moat evaporate.

  • Could Alibaba’s Ant Financial Be Building a War Chest?
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Could Alibaba’s Ant Financial Be Building a War Chest?

    Alibaba’s (BABA) finance affiliate, Ant Financial, has ambitious goals that could require deep pockets to bankroll. Its goal to shift its main focus to technology services and away from payments and consumer finance could require Ant to increase its research and development investments and opportunistic acquisitions to acquire technologies it may not want to build from scratch. Ant aims to reach 2.0 billion consumers globally with its Alipay payment service in future years, which could require launching Alipay in more countries.

  • Alibaba to Deliver Starbucks through Ele.me
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Alibaba to Deliver Starbucks through Ele.me

    Alibaba (BABA) is beginning to show why it decided to pay billions of dollars to take full ownership of Ele.me, as Alibaba has negotiated a huge delivery contract for the food delivery service company. Starbucks (SBUX) has signed Ele.me to deliver coffee to customers in China, according to a July 30 Wall Street Journal report. Starbucks is China’s leading coffee retailer, controlling more than 80.0% of the country’s premium coffee market at the end of 2017, according to Euromonitor estimates.

  • Why Alibaba’s Ant Financial Wants to Focus More on Technology
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Why Alibaba’s Ant Financial Wants to Focus More on Technology

    Ant Financial may look quite different in the next few years. The Alibaba (BABA) finance affiliate is shifting its main focus away from payments and consumer finance to cope with growing regulatory pressure on its core businesses, according to Reuters. The shift could see Ant’s main focus becoming technology services.

  • InvestorPlace5 days ago

    IQ Stock is the Latest Hot Issue from China

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  • InvestorPlace5 days ago

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  • How JD Is Coping with the US–China Trade Conflict
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    How JD Is Coping with the US–China Trade Conflict

    The trade war playing out between the US and China may have narrowed JD.com’s (JD) import options, but it hasn’t shut the company out of its opportunities. JD has devised ways to cope in an era where the United States and China have targeted each other with trade restrictions, which have been rolling out in the form of tariffs on imports.

  • JD Finance Raising $2 Billion to Fund Expansion
    Market Realist6 days ago

    JD Finance Raising $2 Billion to Fund Expansion

    JD.com’s (JD) financial services subsidiary, JD Finance, is raising nearly $2.0 billion at a valuation of ~$20.0 billion in a funding round. This funding round is expected to be completed by the end of September. JD Finance’s fundraising comes shortly after its rival Ant Financial did the same. Ant Financial, an affiliate of Alibaba (BABA) and the name behind the Alipay service, raised $14.0 billion in June at a valuation of more than $151.0 billion.

  • Alibaba Invests in World’s Largest Telecom Tower Operator
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    Alibaba Invests in World’s Largest Telecom Tower Operator

    Alibaba (BABA) has enlisted as a cornerstone in China Tower through its Taobao unit, according to Reuters. Some ten companies have lined up as cornerstone investors in China Tower’s IPO, investing a total of $1.4 billion in China Tower for a 16% stake.

  • Motley Fool7 days ago

    Is Baidu at Risk From a Suddenly Submissive Alphabet?

    Profits at the "Google of China" rose 45%, but its shares slumped on news that the actual Google might be returning to that nation’s internet.

  • Motley Fool7 days ago

    The Apple Juggernaut Chugs Ahead, but Baidu Suddenly Looks Vulnerable

    Both tech giants served up superb quarterly reports, but the "Google of China" may face surprising new competition.

  • GlobeNewswire7 days ago

    Baidu DuerOS Voice Assistant Install Base Doubles in 6 Months to 100 Million

    DuerOS install base is growing rapidly on smart IoT devices and smartphones, as AI-powered virtual assistants turn mainstream in China. DuerOS is forming extensive partnerships with device makers, chip ...

  • Investopedia7 days ago

    Baidu Says It's Ready to Take on Google in China

    Investors may be worried about the impact Alphabet Inc.’s ( GOOGL) Google’s return to online search in China will have on Baidu Inc. ( BIDU) but company CEO Robin Li isn’t that concerned. In a posting on his official WeChat messaging account, which was seen by Bloomberg, Li said Baidu plans to fight Google if it enters the market so that it will “win again” in Internet search. “In 2010, when Google withdrew from China, its market share was declining and Baidu’s market share had exceeded 70%.” (See also: Baidu vs. Google: How Are They Different?

  • Can Alibaba Help Starbucks Regain Its Mojo in China?
    Motley Fool7 days ago

    Can Alibaba Help Starbucks Regain Its Mojo in China?

    Will Alibaba’s Ele.me boost the coffee giant’s sluggish sales in China?

  • TheStreet.com7 days ago

    China's Search King Fires Warning Shot as Google Plans Controversial Return

    is ready for battle for the world's biggest internet market. "If Google decides to return to China, we will fight and beat them again," Baidu founder Robin Li declared on popular Chinese social media platform WeChat. This is especially true for Google, which only has a 1.69% market share since its retreat from the Chinese mainland market in 2010.

  • Alibaba Spending $440 Million to Market Ele.me
    Market Realist7 days ago

    Alibaba Spending $440 Million to Market Ele.me

    Alibaba (BABA), gearing up to report its fiscal Q1 2019 (ended in June) results on August 23, has committed to spend ~$440 million to promote its food delivery subsidiary, Ele.me, this summer. Its goal is to help Ele.me capture more than 50% of China’s online food delivery market, and the funds are to be spent on subsidies and marketing campaigns. Alibaba spent $1.2 billion on marketing activities overall in fiscal Q4 2018. Alibaba took full ownership of Ele.me recently after buying out other investors in the delivery company.

  • Motley Fool7 days ago

    What Are the Less Obvious Ways to Invest in the Self-Driving Cars Trend?

    Listener Bryant is looking for alternatives to buying the biggest names in the space.

  • CNBC7 days ago

    Google is welcome back in China as long as it complies with the law, state media says

    China's state-backed People's Daily newspaper said Google is "welcome to return to the mainland, but it's a prerequisite that it must comply with the requirements of the law."

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Baidu ready to beat Google if U.S. firm returns to China: CEO

    Baidu Inc is prepared to win against Alphabet Inc's Google in China, its chief executive officer said on social media, amid rumblings the U.S. search engine giant was planning to re-enter a market it left eight years ago. Google's search engine has been largely blocked in China since 2010, when the company exited the market over ethical concerns related to China's strict censorship laws.

  • Baidu ready to beat Google if U.S. firm returns to China: CEO
    Reuters8 days ago

    Baidu ready to beat Google if U.S. firm returns to China: CEO

    Baidu Inc (BIDU.O) is prepared to win against Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google in China, its chief executive officer said on social media, amid rumblings the U.S. search engine giant was planning to re-enter a market it left eight years ago. Google's search engine has been largely blocked in China since 2010, when the company exited the market over ethical concerns related to China's strict censorship laws.