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  • 6 Chinese Stocks That Could Pop On a Trade Deal
    InvestorPlace4 days ago

    6 Chinese Stocks That Could Pop On a Trade Deal

    The trade war is back, and that's bad news for Chinese stocks. In late 2018, Chinese stocks and broader financial markets dropped as trade tensions between the U.S. and China escalated. But, in 2019, those tensions cooled off, and the tone from top trade officials from both countries was largely and consistently positive. In response, China stocks rebounded alongside a broad financial market recovery.Trade talks, however, took a sharp turn for the worse in early May. U.S. President Donald Trump claimed that China "broke the deal", subsequently raised tariffs on imported Chinese goods from 10% to 25%, and proceeded to have a trade meeting with China that didn't produce a deal. China has retaliated with its own set of tariffs. A full-blown trade war is now on the horizon.Chinese stocks have dropped big in response.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsBut, many market observers are unaware of one critical element about this latest round of tariffs: they have a grace period. This means that while tariffs have been raised from 10% to 25%, that raise will not impact goods that are already in transit. Importantly, the first tariff raise to 10% did not have this grace period. Thus, the grace period broadly implies that the U.S. is hoping to strike a trade deal with China over the new few weeks, before the 25% tariff actually starts impacting products. * 7 Stocks to Buy that Lost 10% Last Week In that light, investors shouldn't expect these elevated trade tensions to persist. They should cool, and when they do, China stocks should pop. That's broadly why I'm positioning for a trade resolution in the near future, and am buying China stocks on recent weakness. JD.com (JD)Source: Daniel Cukier via FlickrPerhaps the best Chinese stock to buy on recent trade-related weakness is China e-commerce giant JD.com (NASDAQ:JD).Context is important here. JD stock was really beaten up in 2018 amid slowing growth and compressing margin concerns, both of which were happening against the backdrop of a slowing China economy. But, in 2019, JD stock has rallied in a big way as growth has stabilized in the 20%-plus range and margins have improved, against the backdrop of a Chinese economy that is picking up steam again.Now, JD stock is back to sell-off mode. Specifically, the stock is down more than 10% over the past month, despite reporting a robust double-beat quarter during that stretch which broadly confirmed that growth remains resilient and margins continue to improve.In other words, JD stock is selling off in a big way right now because of what could be, not what is. But, what could be might not come to be, if a trade deal is struck within the next few weeks. If that happens, all these concerns will fade away. Investors will re-focus on the numbers, which have been really good in 2019. As they do, JD stock will rebound in a big way. Alibaba (BABA)Source: Shutterstock Shares of Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) have dropped 13% in the past week amid escalating trade tensions. This marks the stock's biggest drop of 2019, as well as the stock's biggest correction since the December 2018 plunge across global financial markets.But, the core growth narrative at Alibaba remains healthy. Revenue growth rates remain north of 40%, supported by continued expansion of the Asian digital economy, robust e-commerce growth, and a secular cloud services pivot. Also, trends have improved in 2019 amid renewed consumer confidence throughout China. These new tariffs won't impact consumer confidence so quickly. Instead, if a deal is indeed struck within the next few weeks, this new round of tariffs will never strike consumer confidence. Thus, Alibaba's numbers will look like nothing even happened. * 10 Stocks to Sell Before They Tank Your Portfolio But, something did happen: BABA stock dropped nearly 15%. As such, a trade deal could spark a big reversal in BABA stock, and once again push this stock back toward all-time highs. Baidu (BIDU)Source: Simone.Brunozzi Via FlickrMore so than Alibaba, shares of Chinese digital search giant Baidu (NASDAQ:BIDU) have been killed recently amid rising trade tensions, dropping nearly 20% over the course of the past month.The reason for the more pronounced sell-off is that the core fundamentals here aren't quite as good. Specifically, Baidu has been hit with a double headwind of slowing growth and falling margins over the past several quarters, and investors aren't sure exactly when these trends will reverse course. If trade tensions continue to rise for the foreseeable future, then these headwinds won't reverse course anytime soon. BIDU stock will continue to drop.But, if trade tensions cool and a deal is signed soon, then everything changes for BIDU stock. China's economy will continue to improve. The digital ad market will continue to expand. As it does, Baidu's growth rates should stabilize. Margins, too. Growth and margin stabilization on a stock that is 50% off its all-time highs should produce big returns. As such, BIDU stock could fly high on a potential trade deal. Weibo (WB)Source: Shutterstock When it comes to Chinese social blogging site Weibo (NASDAQ:WB), you have a hyper-growth company that has remained on a hyper-growth trajectory. But, WB stock has been killed on slowing macro China concerns. Thus, if those concerns hang around, the stock will continue to suffer. But, if those concerns disappear with a trade deal, then WB stock will soar.Broadly speaking, Weibo is China's Twitter (NYSE:TWTR). But, Wiebo has more users than Twitter, is more profitable than Twitter, and is growing more quickly than Twitter. Despite all that, Weibo has a market cap about half that of Twitter. Why? ARPU rates. Weibo monetizes its users less than Twitter. This is just a time issue. Over time, as Weibo pivots from growing its user base to growing its digital ad business, ARPU rates will rise. When they do, WB stock should rise significantly. * 10 Retirement Stocks That Won't Wilt in a Bear Market The one thing holding WB stock back has been a temporary pause in the China digital ad growth narrative, which is the result of less enthusiastic enterprise spend amid slowing economic conditions. But, those conditions have improved in 2019, and will improve meaningfully if a trade deal is struck. Thus, if a trade deal is struck, Weibo's numbers should improve over the next several quarters. That improvement will spark a big rally in WB stock. Tencent (TCEHY)Source: Shutterstock China internet giant Tencent (OTCMKTS:TCEHY) has fared better than its China tech peers during this recent round of tariff increases. As of this writing, TCEHY stock is less than 10% off its 2019 highs, while many of its peers are 10% to 20% off their 2019 highs.The relative strength in TCEHY stock can be attributed to the stock's favorable fundamentals. Tencent is the heartbeat of China's internet economy, from social media to digital payments to music streaming, and everything in between. A big piece of this economy is video games. In 2018, due to various regulatory issues, China put a freeze on new video game approvals. That really hurt Tencent's business. In 2019, that freeze has been lifted, and new video games are hitting the market for the first time in years.That's a big deal for TCEHY stock, and this positive development is mostly why the stock has fared better amid escalating trade tensions in early May. It's also why this stock could be a big winner if these trade tensions ease. If they ease, Tencent's two biggest headwinds of 2018 (trade tensions and a video game freeze) will be fully behind it. With those headwinds fully behind it, TCEHY stock, which is still 25% off its all-time highs, could soar. Ctrip (CTRP)Source: Thomas Galvez via FlickrNatural losers in a slowing economy are companies associated with travel. After all, travel is most often seen as a luxury. Consumers travel when they are employed, confident and have extra cash. They don't travel when they are unemployed, lack confidence and don't have extra cash. That's why Chinese online travel site Ctrip (NASDAQ:CTRP) fell off a cliff in 2018 as China's economy slowed.It's also why CTRP stock has bounced back in a big way in 2019 as China's economy has stabilized and even improved. But, the rally has been hit hard over the past few weeks amid rising trade tensions. During that stretch, CTRP stock has dropped over 15%. The stock will continue to drop so long as these trade tensions hang around. That's just the nature of CTRP stock and its relation to China's economic trends. * Top 7 Dow Jones Stocks of 2019 -- So Far But, as is the case with JD, recent weakness in Ctrip is the result of fears surrounding what could be, not what is. The current conditions are very favorable for Ctrip. China's economy is improving, consumer confidence is back, and the company just reported a robust double-beat quarter with 20%-plus revenue growth and healthy margins. If a trade deal is struck, and these current favorable trends persist, then CTRP stock will bounce back in a big way from this recent selloff.As of this writing, Luke Lango was long JD, BABA, BIDU, WB, TWTR and CTRP. More From InvestorPlace * 4 Top American Penny Pot Stocks (Buy Before June 21) * 10 Stocks to Sell Before They Tank Your Portfolio * Top 7 Dow Jones Stocks of 2019 -- So Far * 5 Low-Priced, High-Potential Tech Stocks to Buy Compare Brokers The post 6 Chinese Stocks That Could Pop On a Trade Deal appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Here’s the Reason I’m Not Buying the IQ Stock Discount
    InvestorPlace4 days ago

    Here’s the Reason I’m Not Buying the IQ Stock Discount

    We haven't even hit the halfway point of this year, and iQiyi (NASDAQ:IQ) is already exhibiting rollercoaster-like behavior. In the first two months of 2019, the IQ stock price gained over 78%, turning embattled stakeholders ecstatic. However, the mood quickly soared shortly thereafter. Right now, shares are up 48% -- a great haul, but no 78%.Source: Shutterstock Even worse, iQiyi stock has shown no sign of returning to its former glory. Part of that volatility has a very clear-cut explanation: after a noticeable thaw in U.S.-China relations, President Trump ramped up tariffs on Chinese-made goods. In turn, the world's second-largest economy promised to retaliate. Not only did iQiyi fall, but so too did compatriots Alibaba (NYSE:BABA), JD.com (NASDAQ:JD), and many others.But in the case of the IQ stock price, the value drop presents a confusing look for investors. On one hand, Chinese companies look like names to avoid at this immediate juncture. On the flipside, contrarians may view this as an opportunity to grab a viable growth firm on the cheap.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 10 Great Stocks to Buy on Dips I can appreciate the temptation. As the Chinese population grew in both size and wealth, Hollywood, along with every other industry saw dollar signs. And it's no understatement that Chinese moviegoers and content consumers have kept the lights on at many studios.That fact alone bodes well for iQiyi stock. As a content producer for the world's largest market, IQ stock should veritably moon.Still, IQ stock languishes. Outside of speculative trading, I'd stay away from this company. Here's why: Narrow Focus Hurts IQ StockTheoretically, iQiyi stock has a bulletproof-business plan: sell Chinese entertainment to Chinese people. In reality, the situation is much more complex. You only need to look at the technical charts to realize this.But why, with a billion-plus audience base, is the IQ stock price failing? This is a simple, but underappreciated risk factor: audiences are incredibly fickle and difficult to predict.Let's look at The Great Wall, a somewhat-controversial film that represented a joint effort between U.S. and Chinese movie studios. As you may know, the entire film centered on China and Chinese folklore. It also featured a heavy dosing of Chinese actors. The one rub was that Matt Damon starred in the film rather than a Chinese actor. Eventually, the movie would go on to bomb at home and abroad.Meanwhile, another U.S.-China co-production, The Meg, featured similar problems: an Asian-led research facility needs help, and the "white savior" archetype provides it, while also getting the (Asian) girl. The film featured almost all the tired, unoriginal stereotypes about Asians.It was a massive box-office success both here and in China.This strange dynamic tells me a lot about Chinese audiences, and by logical deduction, iQiyi stock.The Chinese want entertainment, and Hollywood knows how to deliver, not just in China, but in the rest of the world. Thus, I find iQiyi's near-exclusive focus on China as a liability, not an asset. Financial Metrics Say Everything about iQiyi Stock, UnfortunatelyQuarter-to-quarter, IQ stock's revenue growth is no longer impressive. More worryingly, the company's net-income losses have widened significantly over the same span. If they want to right the ship, they must produce content that appeals universally. * 10 Retirement Stocks That Won't Wilt in a Bear Market Ultimately, I think the mistake that investors are making with iQiyi stock is assuming the "China factor" has clout. It does, but it's not the main dish. You still must produce compelling content, compelling enough for viewers to open their wallets. That's not happening, which is why I'm avoiding this name.As of this writing, Josh Enomoto is long AMC. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Great Stocks to Buy on Dips * 6 Growth Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2019 * 4 Mega-Cap Stocks to Sell Before They Melt Down Compare Brokers The post Herea€™s the Reason Ia€™m Not Buying the IQ Stock Discount appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Alibaba’s Joe Tsai on U.S.-China trade talks: We're 'on the right side of all the issues'
    Yahoo Finance5 days ago

    Alibaba’s Joe Tsai on U.S.-China trade talks: We're 'on the right side of all the issues'

    Alibaba says it's well-positioned to win no matter how the U.S.-China trade negotiations play out.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents5 days ago

    Edited Transcript of JD earnings conference call or presentation 10-May-19 11:30am GMT

    Q1 2019 JD.com Inc Earnings Call

  • 4 Takeaways From JD.com's First-Quarter Earnings
    Motley Fool5 days ago

    4 Takeaways From JD.com's First-Quarter Earnings

    The top Chinese retailer's revenue growth is stabilizing as its margins expand.

  • JD.com to foster connected vehicle fleets with $55M investment
    TechCrunch6 days ago

    JD.com to foster connected vehicle fleets with $55M investment

    JD.com, the Chinese answer to Amazon and Alibaba's long-time rival, islooking to further automate its logistics network after agreeing to pour 376million yuan (around

  • JD.com Quadruped Earnings in the First Quarter
    Motley Fool6 days ago

    JD.com Quadruped Earnings in the First Quarter

    Don't expect the massive gains to last, as management promised to reinvest surplus funds into growth engines in the second quarter and beyond.

  • Benzinga6 days ago

    Trade War Overshadows Solid Earnings From JD.com

    Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com Inc. (NASDAQ: JD) released its first-quarter earnings on Friday in the middle of a ramp in international trade tensions between the U.S. and China. JD reported first-quarter revenue of 121.1 billion yuan ($17.77 billion), beating consensus analyst estimates of 120.11 billion yuan. Several analysts have weighed in on JD’s earnings report and how investors should approach the stock in the difficult trade environment.

  • Amazon’s China Woes Bolster the Bull Case on Alibaba Stock
    InvestorPlace7 days ago

    Amazon’s China Woes Bolster the Bull Case on Alibaba Stock

    One good inning doesn't make an entire baseball game, but baseball games are won by playing one good inning at a time. To that end, Alibaba Group Holding (NYSE:BABA) just completed a pretty good inning in its never-ending battle with e-commerce giant Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN), boosting the outlook of BABA stock in the process.Source: Shutterstock Although BABA stock hasn't performed like a winner over the course of the past few days -- thanks to concerns that the trade war with China may never end -- the dip of Alibaba stock may ultimately prove to be a fantastic buying opportunity. * 7 Dividend Stocks to Buy as the Trade War Reignites That's because BABA has finally forced Amazon out of China, leaving behind JD.Com (NASDAQ:JD) as its only serious rival.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Amazon Bows OutAMZN was never a serious contender in China.Though Amazon.com launched its e-commerce business in China in 2004 via its acquisition of Joyo and rebranded that venture as Amazon China in 2011, its best recorded market share was only a bit over 15%. Now, the Wall Street Journal reports, Amazon only controls 6% of China's e-commerce market, though research firms have put the figure closer to 1%.China is probably the biggest reason that Amazon's international arm is still bleeding money, and in April Amazon announced it would be shutting down its China operations. AMZN will still sell goods to China's consumers, but, to buy products from Amazon, they must shop on platforms intended for other countries and regions.The long-term owners of BABA stock who've paid close attention to the rivalry aren't apt to be surprised. While it looked early on as if Amazon had a shot at turning China into a key profit center, the company's business never synced well with the way China's consumers shop or with the way its domestic suppliers operate.Shoppers are able to order items directly from vendors through Alibaba's Tmall, often enjoying free shipping and one-day delivery of goods at prices lower than Amazon offered.Culturally, Chinese consumers may have also tacitly been aiming to support the local entity rather than its American competitor. BABA Is Opening More DoorsAlibaba is already positioned to capitalize on the vacuum that Amazon.com is about to create, boosting the outlook BABA stock in the process.In November of last year, BABA said it would look to import $200 billion worth of foreign goods and sell them to China's shoppers over the next five years. CEO Daniel Zhang commented "We hope through globalization to use China's consumer market to bring the whole world's goods to China… especially some small and medium sized enterprises, they need to open their market in China."It will probably be easier for China's consumers to buy products from a local middleman than an overseas one.In the meantime, Alibaba is positioning itself as a reliable partner that's capable of growth, while Amazon is being forced to retreat. For the first time ever, BABA's AliExpress will allow non-Chinese manufacturers to use its sales platform to sell goods to the more than 150 countries in which AliExpress operates.AliExpress is only being opened up to small and medium-sized businesses in Russia, Turkey, Italy and Spain. But, it's a start, taking shape at a time when small and medium-sized businesses are seemingly being discouraged from using Amazon's online-shopping platform. This alternative to Amazon.com has to have gotten the attention of smaller businesses whose only current option is Amazon. The Bottom Line on BABA StockAmazon's abandonment of its domestic China business is not necessarily a game-changer for BABA stock, and it will take awhile for Amazon's absence to meaningfully boost Alibaba and BABA stock.Nevertheless, the competitive shift absolutely bolsters the already-bullish outlook of BABA stock.More than anything, however, investors may be underestimating the depth of Amazon's trouble in China, which sets the stage for an expansion by BABA.AMZN's ability to use its websites based in other countries to sell products to Chinese consumers will probably be limited. iResearch analyst Choi Chun explains that, "cross-border e-commerce in China is not as consolidated as regular domestic e-commerce, (since) online shoppers go to different platforms for different overseas merchandises." He concluded that, "I don't rule out the possibility that Amazon's cross-border business will follow the same path of Amazon's China domestic e-commerce business."In this case, anything that's bad for Amazon.com has to be good for BABA, BABA stock, and the owners of Alibaba stock.As of this writing, James Brumley did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. You can learn more about James at his site, jamesbrumley.com, or follow him on Twitter, at @jbrumley. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Dividend Stocks to Buy as the Trade War Reignites * 10 Stocks That Could Squeeze Short Sellers, Including CGC * 5 Tech Stocks Getting Crushed Compare Brokers The post Amazon's China Woes Bolster the Bull Case on Alibaba Stock appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • TheStreet.com7 days ago

    Is JD.com Stock Finally Set to Break Out?

    At a time when China and the U.S. are trying to salvage a trade deal, one might find it surprising that Chinese equities were trading higher Friday. , which rose around 5% to $29 in midday trading Friday -- and closed up 2.4% to $28.17.

  • Why JD.com Stock Moved Higher Friday
    Motley Fool9 days ago

    Why JD.com Stock Moved Higher Friday

    The Chinese e-commerce company just crushed estimates for its first quarter.

  • JD.com, Inc. (JD) Q1 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
    Motley Fool9 days ago

    JD.com, Inc. (JD) Q1 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    JD earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.

  • JD.com Earnings Crush Views, Tencent Deal Extended; Shares Jump
    Investor's Business Daily9 days ago

    JD.com Earnings Crush Views, Tencent Deal Extended; Shares Jump

    China e-commerce company JD.com reported better-than-expected first-quarter results Friday and extended its strategic alliance with internet giant Tencent as they battle it out with Alibaba.

  • Barrons.com9 days ago

    JD.com Stock Spiked Higher After Its Earnings Crushed Forecasts

    China’s e-commerce giant JD.com posted stronger-than-expected first-quarter earnings Friday morning and investors embraced the news.

  • JD.com Earnings: JD Stock Jumps on Q1 Smasher
    InvestorPlace10 days ago

    JD.com Earnings: JD Stock Jumps on Q1 Smasher

    JD.com earnings for the company's first quarter of the year have JD stock up on Friday.Source: Daniel Cukier via FlickrJD.com (NASDAQ:JD) starts off its earnings report for the first quarter of 2019 with earnings per share of 33 cents. This is an increase over the company's earnings per share of 10 cents from the same time last year. It was also a boon to JD stock by easily beating out Wall Street's earnings per share estimate of 12 cents for the quarter.Net income reported in the JD.com earnings release for the first quarter of the year comes in at $1.08 billion. This is much better than the company's net income of $235.51 million from the first quarter of 2018.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsJD.com earnings for the first quarter of 2019 also include operating income of $182.62 million. This is up from the Chinese e-commerce company's operating income of $706,000 from the same period of the year prior.Revenue in the JD.com earnings report for the first quarter of the year is $18.04 billion. That's an improvement over the company's revenue of $15.96 billion reported in the first quarter of the previous year. It was also good news for JD stock by coming in above analysts' revenue estimate of $17.60 billion for the period. * 7 Cloud Stocks to Buy on Overcast Days JD.com notes that it is expecting revenue for the second quarter of 2019 to come in between roughly $21.25 billion and $22.00 billion. Wall Street is looking for revenue of $21.34 billion for the quarter.JD stock was up 2% as of Friday morning. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Cloud Stocks to Buy on Overcast Days * 6 Stable Stocks Worth Buying for Protection * 5 Active Vanguard Funds That You Have to Own As of this writing, William White did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities.Compare Brokers The post JD.com Earnings: JD Stock Jumps on Q1 Smasher appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • TheStreet.com10 days ago

    JD.com Smashes Q1 Earnings Forecast, Renews Platform Agreement with Tencent

    JD said revenues for the three months ending in March rose 20.9% from the same period last year to 121.1 billion Chinese yuan ($18 billion), topping the consensus forecast of 120.1 billion yuan compiled by Refinitiv. The gains brought earnings to 4.96 yuan per share, or 33 cents per U.S. listed share, the company said, well ahead of the Street consensus forecast of 12 cents per share. JD.com also said it has renewed a strategic tie-up with Tencent that will give it high-level access to its Weixin platform, which, along with WeChat, attracted nearly 1.1 billion users each month over the first quarter and grew 11% from the same period last year.

  • This Chinese E-Retailer Is Having Its Best Day in Four Months
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    This Chinese E-Retailer Is Having Its Best Day in Four Months

    (Bloomberg) -- Shares of JD.com, China’s second-biggest e-commerce operator, had their biggest gain since January after first-quarter revenue topped analyst estimates.

  • China's JD reports slowest revenue growth on record in first quarter
    Reuters10 days ago

    China's JD reports slowest revenue growth on record in first quarter

    China's leading internet companies are trying to find fresh areas of growth after saturating the market for their core products and services, which has led to a hit on profitability as they invest in new sectors. Martin Bao, who tracks China's tech sector at ICBC International, said the company has exhausted its core base of shoppers in first-tier Chinese cities and has to find new customers in rural China. JD differentiates itself from rivals in China by operating an in-house logistics team and warehousing unit and carrying its own inventory.

  • China's JD.com beats first-quarter revenue estimates
    Reuters10 days ago

    China's JD.com beats first-quarter revenue estimates

    (Reuters) - JD.com Inc beat analysts' estimates for first-quarter revenue on Friday, boosted by steady sales in its core e-commerce business. The company posted revenue of 121.1 billion yuan ($17.77 billion) ...

  • Investors on the Ropes as Trump’s Tariff Hike Takes Effect
    Market Realist10 days ago

    Investors on the Ropes as Trump’s Tariff Hike Takes Effect

    Investors on the Ropes as Trump's Tariff Hike Takes EffectTrump hikes tariffs on the Chinese importsOn May 5, President Donald Trump surprised the world with a tweet suggesting a hike in tariffs on Chinese imports into the US. In his tweet, Trump

  • Reuters10 days ago

    BRIEF-Jd.Com Announces First Quarter 2019 Results


  • Reuters10 days ago

    China's JD.com beats 1st-qtr revenue estimates

    JD.com Inc beat analysts' estimates for first-quarter revenue on Friday, boosted by steady sales in its core e-commerce business. The company posted revenue of 121.1 billion yuan for the first quarter ...

  • JD.com Stock Has Fallen Over 11% in May
    Market Realist10 days ago

    JD.com Stock Has Fallen Over 11% in May

    How Chinese Tech Stocks Have Performed since Trump’s Tweet(Continued from Prior Part)Stock fell this week after a stellar run in 2019JD.com (JD) has declined 10.5% this week. Since the start of May, JD.com is down 11.2%. Last year, JD.com fell

  • Benzinga10 days ago

    Q1 Earnings Preview For JD.com

    JD.com (NASDAQ: JD ) announces its next round of earnings this Friday, May 10. Here's Benzinga's look at JD.com's first-quarter earnings report. Earnings and Revenue Analysts expect JD.com earnings of ...