|Bid||0.00 x 1000|
|Ask||0.00 x 1000|
|Day's Range||271.46 - 278.94|
|52 Week Range||184.60 - 282.74|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.32|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||41.68|
|Earnings Date||May 15, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.92 (0.80%)|
|1y Target Est||283.31|
Brian Shannon, CMT and founder of www.alphatrends.net @AlphaTrends joins Yahoo Finance's Myles Udland and Jen Rogers to break down the technicals in the Invesco Nasdaq 100 QQQ ETF (QQQ) and NetEase.
The social media ETF sees good start to the earnings season on solid Twitter and Facebook results. The momentum might not stay till the end of the reporting cycle.
BEIJING , April 24, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- NetEase, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTES) ("NetEase" or the "Company"), one of China's leading internet and online game services providers, today announced ...
China's press and publication regulator has issued new rules on applications for publishing online games in China, signalling a possible acceleration in the handing out of formal approvals. China stopped granting licences to monetize online games in March 2018, hurting the industry and developers such as Tencent Holdings Ltd and NetEase Inc. It started up approvals again in December, only to ask local governments to pause on submitting applications in February.
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Will Activision Blizzard Bounce Back after Its $29 Billion Loss?(Continued from Prior Part)Partnerships with NetEase and TencentActivision Blizzard (ATVI) has a long-standing partnership with China’s (FXI) NetEase (NTES) that has now spanned 11
Alibaba cleared a buy point Friday, looking a lot like the Apple stock chart. NetEase, Autohome, Tencent Music and UP Fintech also have compelling chart action.
The stock market on Friday liked the look of a better-than-expected jobs report, although gains in the Dow Jones were muted in afternoon trading.
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China's regulators approved 30 imported online video games Tuesday, including Tencent's "Game of Thrones: Winter is Coming", according to a notice on the regulator's website. It marked the first batch of imported online games approved since February 2018. China stopped granting licenses to monetize online games in March 2018, hurting the industry and developers such as Tencent and NetEase.
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Alibaba (BABA) strengthens import plans with the aid of new import initiatives on its cross-border online platform, Tmall Global.
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Tencent's (TCEHY) fourth-quarter results are likely to be hurt by the stalled video game approval process in China that was in place for the majority of 2018.
The annual Game Developers Conference (GDC) opened its doors in San Francisco! The world’s top game producers were there to introduce tons of great games to the players! NetEase also introduced their brand-new game, Disorder, a shooter for your mobile phone set with an anti-nuclear future theme, and the brand-new official trailer and product information for the game were finally shown at GDC. As one of the games with strategic importance of NetEase in 2019, the Disorder team has tried their best to provide a more realistic and immersive gaming experience to players. This can be seen from the vibrant characters, each of whom will have his/her own exhaustive backstory.
Despite momentum for tech stocks and an earnings beat, uncertainty in China's video game market helped make February a rocky month for the online media company.
The regulatory body instituted a moratorium early last year on game approvals based on concerns about the social impact of games on the Chinese population, especially children. Shares of Tencent, China's largest maker of online games, fell sharply last year when the regulatory body first suspended its approvals of new games. On Friday morning, shares of Tencent were down 2.4% to $43.40 while those of NetEase were rising 0.7% to $225.99.
China's content regulator on Friday said it has approved the monetization of 95 new video games, including titles from Tencent Holdings Ltd and NetEase Inc. The games include Tencent's Journey to Fairyland 2, a 3D online game, and two others from NetEase. China has approved 726 video games since December.
For U.S. gaming companies, China is a tantalizing opportunity that comes at a very high cost. As trade talks plod along, some game publishers have been opening up on how they're approaching the valuable market. "China, I think, as everyone would acknowledge, China is a very particular marketplace," EA CEO Andrew Wilson told investors on a Feb. 5 earnings call.
Diablo is one of a growing number of artists striking direct deals with Chinese streaming services, upending decades of record-industry orthodoxy. Musicians are supposed to sign with a record label because the company has offices and connections all over the world.
NetEase, China's second-biggest online games publisher with a growing ecommerce segment, is laying off a significant number of its employees, adding to a list of Chinese tech giants that have shed staff following the Lunar New Year. A NetEase employee who was recently let go confirmed with TechCrunch that the company had fired a large number of people spanning multiple departments, including ecommerce, education, agriculture (yes, founder and executive officer Ding Lei has a thing for organic farming) and public relations, although downsizing at Yanxuan, its ecommerce brand that sells private-label goods online and offline, had started before the Lunar New Year holiday.