LNVGY - Lenovo Group Limited

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9.50
-0.16 (-1.71%)
At close: 3:59PM EDT
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Previous Close9.66
Open9.64
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range9.50 - 9.64
52 Week Range8.97 - 13.20
Volume8,504
Avg. Volume11,979
Market Cap5.715B
Beta1.16
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.68 (6.72%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-11-20
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Reuters3 days ago

    DIARY-Hong Kong corporate earnings week ahead

    May 18 (Reuters) - Diary of Hong Kong (.HSI) corporate earnings for the week ahead. HONG KONG EARNINGS Start Date Start RIC Company Event Name Time(GMT) 24-May-2018 NTS 0992.HK Lenovo Group Ltd Full Year ...

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  • MarketWatch5 days ago

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  • Financial Times6 days ago

    [$$] VR headsets: Mirage Solo v Oculus Go

    For years now, advocates of virtual reality have been predicting that a breakthrough innovation was just around the corner: a cheap, simple standalone headset that anyone could just pick up and wear. Since the Oculus Rift made its debut on Kickstarter in 2012, VR headsets have needed either a PC, a games console or a smartphone to function. The technology’s proponents preached patience: one day, they promised, a headset would come along that bundles the screen, computing power and motion sensors into a single self-contained unit.

  • Google and Lenovo Chase Facebook in the Standalone VR Market
    Motley Fool7 days ago

    Google and Lenovo Chase Facebook in the Standalone VR Market

    Will the Mirage Solo tackle the low-end Oculus Go?

  • Tech Giants Are Offering Startups Free Patents in a Bid to Foil Lawsuits
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    Tech Giants Are Offering Startups Free Patents in a Bid to Foil Lawsuits

    Red Hat Inc. and Lenovo Group Ltd. are giving away free patents to any startup that joins a group of more than 200 companies devoted to keeping its members and their patents out of court. It’s a carrot to entice startup companies to join the LOT Network, a non-profit created by Alphabet Inc.’s Google and Canon Inc. four years ago to combat litigation by patent assertion companies, known derisively as “trolls,” that don’t make any products but seek royalties by challenging patents. By joining LOT, a company agrees that if they sell patents to such firms, all group members will have a free license to them.

  • Lenovo Gets Dropped From Hong Kong Benchmark
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    Lenovo Gets Dropped From Hong Kong Benchmark

    Removal from the index is likely to spur more outflows from the stock

  • Lenovo Slides After Decision to Drop Stock From Hang Seng Index
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    Lenovo Slides After Decision to Drop Stock From Hang Seng Index

    Lenovo Group Ltd. declined after a decision to drop its shares from Hong Kong’s benchmark stock gauge. The Beijing-based company will be replaced by CSPC Pharmaceutical Group Ltd., as part of Hang Seng Indexes Co.’s quarterly review. The personal computer maker’s stock fell as much as 2.7 percent, while CSPC Pharma’s stock gained as much as 5.4 percent.

  • The first 3D camera built on Google VR180 tech arrives
    TechCrunch16 days ago

    The first 3D camera built on Google VR180 tech arrives

    Timed with the release of the Mirage Solo headset, Lenovo is also releasing

  • Review: Lenovo Mirage Solo headset with Google WorldSense tracking
    TechCrunch16 days ago

    Review: Lenovo Mirage Solo headset with Google WorldSense tracking

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  • Lenovo Is Dropped From Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index
    Bloomberg16 days ago

    Lenovo Is Dropped From Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index

    The outlook for Lenovo Group Ltd. shareholders is looking grimmer after the stock was dropped from Hong Kong’s benchmark stock gauge. The Beijing-based company will be replaced by CSPC Pharmaceutical Group Ltd., as part of Hang Seng Indexes Co.’s quarterly review. Lenovo has plunged 57 percent since it was added to the gauge in 2013 to lose $5.9 billion in value.

  • Reuters18 days ago

    BRIEF-Lenovo Group Completes Forming JV With Fujitsu

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  • Apple’s MacBook Sales Expected to Rise in Fiscal 2Q18
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  • Lenovo eyes making smart wearables in India, higher market share
    Reuters26 days ago

    Lenovo eyes making smart wearables in India, higher market share

    The company is targeting to corner by this year a 20 percent share of India's market for wearables, such as smartwatches and fitness bands, Sebastian Peng, head of accessories at Lenovo Mobile Business Group, told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday. Since the firm started selling its wearables in India last year, the company has achieved 6-7 percent of the market share of smart wearables in the country, he said.

  • Lenovo eyes making smart wearables in India, higher market share
    Reuters26 days ago

    Lenovo eyes making smart wearables in India, higher market share

    The company is targeting to corner by this year a 20 percent share of India's market for wearables, such as smartwatches and fitness bands, Sebastian Peng, head of accessories at Lenovo Mobile Business Group, told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday. Since the firm started selling its wearables in India last year, the company has achieved 6-7 percent of the market share of smart wearables in the country, he said.

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  • Could Intel Close Shop If Apple Takes Away Its Mac Business?
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  • Examining the Market as Intel Works on 5G-Enabled PCs
    Market Realist27 days ago

    Examining the Market as Intel Works on 5G-Enabled PCs

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  • World's Worst Tech Stock May Lose Its Index Status
    Bloomberg28 days ago

    World's Worst Tech Stock May Lose Its Index Status

    Lenovo Group Ltd. is increasingly at risk of being dropped from Hong Kong’s benchmark equity index as its shares tumble more than any other technology company in the world. The Chinese computer maker has slumped 56 percent since being added to the Hang Seng Index in March 2013, wiping out $5.8 billion in value. Companies removed from the gauge in the past decade have seen their value fall a median 48 percent before being excluded, according to Bloomberg calculations.

  • Bloomberg28 days ago

    World's Worst Tech Stock May Lose Its Index Status

    Lenovo Group Ltd. is increasingly at risk of being dropped from Hong Kong’s benchmark equity index as its shares tumble more than any other technology company in the world.

  • Lenovo teases a true all-screen phone | Engadget Today
    Engadget6 days ago

    Lenovo teases a true all-screen phone | Engadget Today

    The Z5's display covers 95 percent of the body, with no selfie notch.

  • Here's how to have a realistic lightsaber fight on Star Wars Day
    Yahoo Finance Video16 days ago

    Here's how to have a realistic lightsaber fight on Star Wars Day

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