NTES - NetEase, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
253.02
+0.85 (+0.34%)
As of 10:32AM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close252.18
Open254.95
Bid252.85 x 800
Ask253.28 x 1000
Day's Range251.14 - 255.00
52 Week Range184.60 - 343.77
Volume183,426
Avg. Volume861,762
Market Cap33.23B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.69
PE Ratio (TTM)37.94
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.67 (0.65%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-11-29
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Reutersyesterday

    China's Tencent releases test version of Game of Thrones smartphone game

    BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Tencent Holdings has released a test version of a third-party developed smartphone game in China based on U.S. hit television show Games of Thrones, bolstering its pipeline that has been hit by government curbs of online gaming. The game, titled "Game of Thrones: Winter is Coming", was developed by Chinese games maker Yoozoo, Tencent Games said in a statement on its official WeChat account late on Wednesday. China's two biggest game developers - Tencent and domestic rival NetEase Inc - have so far not figured on any of the lists of approved titles.

  • Is Now The Time To Look At Buying NetEase, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTES)?
    Simply Wall St.2 days ago

    Is Now The Time To Look At Buying NetEase, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTES)?

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  • Were China's Gaming Leaders Snubbed as Approvals Resume?
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    Were China's Gaming Leaders Snubbed as Approvals Resume?

    There's a reason to be patient.

  • Chinese Tech Stocks Surge on Renewed US-China Trade Optimism
    Market Realist8 days ago

    Chinese Tech Stocks Surge on Renewed US-China Trade Optimism

    Chinese Tech Stocks Surge on Renewed US-China Trade Optimism ## US-China trade optimism Markets cautiously gave a thumbs up yesterday to the renewed optimism that the US and China seem to be engaging in more meaningful talks towards sealing a trade deal. US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross stated that both the economic powerhouses could reach a settlement “they can live with, and that addresses all the key issues.” The SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) was up 0.47% on January 9, whereas the iShares Dow Jones US Technology (IYW) jumped 1%. American technology giants Apple (AAPL) and Amazon (AMZN) were up 1.7% and ~0.2%, respectively. American depository receipts of Chinese technology companies NetEase (NTES), Baozun (BZUN), and IQIYI (IQ) were up 6.6%, 3%, and 1.8%, respectively, yesterday. Among the Chinese technology companies, notable gainers were HUYA and Bilibili. Let’s take a look. ## Chinese tech stock rally On January 9, HUYA (HUYA), a leading live game streaming platform in China, witnessed a sharp 6.8% rise in its ADRs (American depository receipts). The company’s ADRs opened at $18.32 and rose to touch an intraday high of $20.20 in afternoon trading. Later on, HUYA ADRs declined marginally to close on $19.45, up ~6.8% from the previous close of $18.22. HUYA ADRs were listed at $16.06 on the NYSE after its IPO in May last year. After soaring to highs of $46.20 after its IPO, the company’s ADRs have significantly declined since then. Much of the decline was related to trade war fears and Chinese authorities’ decision not to approve new games since March 2018, which negatively impacted the game industry in the country. However, 2019 appears to be a different case. The company’s ADRs have soared 23% on a YTD basis as of January 9. Bilibili (BILI), another Chinese technology major, is a video sharing website involving a game, comics, and animation. BILI ADRs surged ~6.6% yesterday. The ADRs reached an intraday high of $16.37 on January 9 before closing on $15.75, up 6.6% from the previous day’s closing price of $14.78. Noted equity research company Morgan Stanley has expressed bullishness towards Chinese technology companies in 2019. Morgan Stanley revised its price target on BILI to $17.0. This price target revision implies an 8% premium on BILI ADRs closing price on January 9.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    China approves second batch of video games after freeze, but still no Tencent

    Chinese authorities have green lit a second batch of video games after a freeze for most of last year, though once again there was no mention of industry leader Tencent Holdings Ltd on the list of approved titles. According to a list from China's broadcasting watchdog - the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television - 84 new video games have been approved. This is the second such list in a fortnight after the body gave its nod to 80 video games in late December.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    China approves second batch of video games after freeze, but still no Tencent

    Chinese authorities have green lit a second batch of video games after a freeze for most of last year, though once again there was no mention of industry leader Tencent Holdings Ltd on the list of approved titles. According to a list from China's broadcasting watchdog - the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television - 84 new video games have been approved. This is the second such list in a fortnight after the body gave its nod to 80 video games in late December.

  • How To Trade Stocks: What Is A Base? And How To Use Stock Charts To Win Big
    Investor's Business Daily10 days ago

    How To Trade Stocks: What Is A Base? And How To Use Stock Charts To Win Big

    A base is an important concept in chart reading for growth investors. NetEase formed a pair of good ones in both 2015 and 2016

  • Why Tencent Music Tanked Over 4% Today
    Market Realist11 days ago

    Why Tencent Music Tanked Over 4% Today

    Why Tencent Music Tanked Over 4% Today ## Tencent Music Chinese music streaming services provider Tencent Music Entertainment Group’s (TME) performance has remained mixed since its IPO in December. Through its IPO, the company managed to raise about $1.1 billion, translating to a value of $21.3 billion. Tencent Music’s ADRs (American depositary receipts) started trading on NYSE at $13.00, and as of January 4, it had gone up 1.5%. ## Recent weakness Today at 2:50 ET, Tencent Music ADR posted a day low of $12.64, down about 4.2% from its previous session’s closing price. There was no significant news from Tencent music. However, last week, its home-market competitor NetEase Cloud Music, owned by NetEase Inc. (NTES), announced a partnership with South Korean entertainment company CUBE Entertainment. Under this partnership, “NetEase Cloud Music has been granted access to CUBE Entertainment’s complete music catalog, including sought-after albums and tracks from popular performers such as BTOB, CLC, PENTAGON, Yoo Seon-Ho and (G)I-DLE,” it said in a press release. Investors’ concerns about increasing competition for Tencent Music due to NetEase Cloud Music’s expanding music library in China could be taking a toll on TME. Note that Tencent Music was formed after its parent company, Tencent Holdings (TCEHY), acquired China Music Corporation in 2016 while NetEase Cloud Music launched in 2013. In the fourth quarter of 2018, Tencent Holdings fell 3.4% while other Chinese companies (FXI)(MCHI) Alibaba (BABA), NIO (NIO), Baidu (BIDU), and IQIYI (IQ) lost 16.8%, 8.7%, 30.6%, and 45.1%, respectively. In comparison, US tech companies Apple (AAPL), Amazon (AMZN), and Netflix (NFLX) fell 30.1%, 25.0%, and 28.5%, respectively, last quarter.

  • NetEase Challenges Tencent Music With a Korean Music Deal
    Motley Fool12 days ago

    NetEase Challenges Tencent Music With a Korean Music Deal

    But it still faces an uphill battle against the market leader.

  • The Wall Street Journal16 days ago

    [$$] Tencent Not Yet Winning Even as China’s Game-Approval Freeze Melts

    BEIJING—Regulators ended their freeze on new videogames approvals, though left industry giants Tencent Holdings Ltd. and NetEase Inc. out in the cold when giving the first group the green light. Small and medium-size games companies seemed to be the beneficiaries of the approval of 80 new titles, according to a list published on the weekend by regulators. “We believe this is a matter of when, not if,” Karen Chan, an equity analyst at Jefferies, wrote in a research note.

  • Why Tencent Investors Can Afford a Smile
    Market Realist18 days ago

    Why Tencent Investors Can Afford a Smile

    The long freeze on approvals for new video games in China may be coming to an end, according to Reuters reporting on comments by a senior Chinese regulatory official. Tencent (TCEHY) shares have taken a beating in 2018 as the company has been unable to make money from some of its new games. Feng Shixin, an official in China’s publicity department, said that approval for the first batch of games had been completed and that the next step would be to issue commercialization licenses, according to the report.

  • 4 Key Trends In 2019 From A Top Stock Picker
    Investopedia26 days ago

    4 Key Trends In 2019 From A Top Stock Picker

    Kyle Weaver, the primary manager at the $3.5 billion Fidelity Advisor Growth Opportunities Fund, tells Business Insider that he looks for "deep value" stocks, trading at low valuations, that can deliver high growth regardless of macro conditions, and thus have tremendous upside over the next five to 10 years. Weaver has been the primary manager of the Fidelity Advisor Growth Opportunities Fund since July 2015, and the class A shares have delivered average annual total returns, net of sales charges, of 13.4% over the past year and 14.2% over the past three years, versus 8.6% and 14.0% for its benchmark, the Russell 1000 Growth Index, per Fidelity. Weaver observes that the cost of energy storage in batteries has been coming down at an accelerating pace.

  • Some China Stocks Surge As Gaming License Freeze Starts to Thaw
    Investor's Business Daily28 days ago

    Some China Stocks Surge As Gaming License Freeze Starts to Thaw

    Shares of Tencent Holdings, NetEase and other China stocks jumped Friday after a government official signaled a freeze on approvals for new games is ending. But some stocks fell back.

  • Tencent shares spike as China watchdog flags video game approvals
    Reuters28 days ago

    Tencent shares spike as China watchdog flags video game approvals

    BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Tencent Holdings Ltd's shares surged on Friday after a local regulatory official said some new video games had been cleared for sale, ending a lengthy freeze in approvals that has spooked players in the world's largest gaming market. Feng Shixin, a senior official of the ruling Communist Party's Propaganda department, said in a speech at a gaming conference in the southern city of Haikou that a first batch of approvals for games had been completed, according to a transcript of the speech and the organisers of the event. China stopped approving new titles from March amid a regulatory overhaul triggered by growing criticism of video games for being violent and leading to myopia as well as addiction among young users.

  • Is Tencent Holdings (TCEHY) Fated to Face a Terrible 2019?
    Zacks29 days ago

    Is Tencent Holdings (TCEHY) Fated to Face a Terrible 2019?

    Tencent (TCEHY) struggles its way through 2018, largely because of a stalled game approval process in China.

  • Simply Wall St.last month

    Is NetEase, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTES) A Top Dividend Stock?

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  • Why Is NetEase Selling Its Online Comics to Bilibili?
    Motley Foollast month

    Why Is NetEase Selling Its Online Comics to Bilibili?

    The Chinese tech giant is likely pivoting away from comics to focus on streaming music.

  • Is NetEase, Inc (NTES) A Good Stock To Buy?
    Insider Monkeylast month

    Is NetEase, Inc (NTES) A Good Stock To Buy?

    The market has been volatile as the Federal Reserve continues its rate hikes to normalize the interest rates. Small cap stocks have been hit hard as a result, as the Russell 2000 ETF (IWM) has underperformed the larger S&P 500 ETF (SPY) by about 4 percentage points through November 16th. SEC filings and hedge fund […]

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    Investor's Business Dailylast month

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    Is there a way to take profits on a stock before it makes a sell signal? The short answer is yes. Use the 10-day moving average.

  • China's second-largest gaming company to sell comics assets to rival
    TechCrunchlast month

    China's second-largest gaming company to sell comics assets to rival

    China's online youth entertainment platform Bilibili said it has agreed to buy major assets from the comics arm of gaming giant NetEase, which helped introduce Marvel's first batch of Chinese superheroes in May. The deal announced on Wednesday will see Bilibili acquire the copyrights of a large number of popular storylines from NetEase to beef up its content offering for a community of anime, comics and gaming users -- or collectively known as ACG fans. Nine-year-old Bilibili raised $483 million from a U.S. initial public offering in March.

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    If You’re Dying to Own BIDU Stock, Consider This ETF Instead

    Are you a shareholder of Baidu (NASDAQ:BIDU)? If so, you’re likely all too aware that Baidu stock is down 23% year to date. If you don’t own Baidu stock but are thinking of buying on the dip, might I suggest that you consider an alternative?

  • Zackslast month

    A Gaming Ethics Panel is Welcome News for China's TCEHY, NTES

    China appoints online video games ethics committee to review games, brightening chances of the resumption of the approval process.

  • Reuterslast month

    China sets up online games review panel, raises approval resumption hopes

    Chinese regulators have set up an online video games ethics committee that has already reviewed 20 titles, state media said, raising hopes the government was preparing to resume an approval process that has been frozen for most of this year. China, the world's biggest gaming market, stopped approving new titles from March amid a regulatory overhaul triggered by growing criticism of video games for being violent and leading to myopia as well as addiction among young users. The freeze on new approvals has pressured gaming-related stocks and clouded the outlook for mobile games, with industry leader Tencent Holdings reporting its first profit decline in more than a decade in the June quarter.

  • Should You Buy NetEase's Resurgence?
    Motley Foollast month

    Should You Buy NetEase's Resurgence?

    The Chinese internet giant can overcome the headwinds it faces.