TCEHY - Tencent Holdings Limited

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44.29
-1.46 (-3.19%)
As of 2:45PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close45.75
Open44.43
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range44.10 - 44.47
52 Week Range40.57 - 61.00
Volume6,595,954
Avg. Volume4,521,531
Market Cap419.458B
Beta1.38
PE Ratio (TTM)34.63
EPS (TTM)1.28
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.11 (0.23%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-17
1y Target Est58.87
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  • 'Monster Hunter: World' is pulled from China after only a few days
    Engadget8 hours ago

    'Monster Hunter: World' is pulled from China after only a few days

    Tencent thought licensing Monster Hunter: World for the Chinese market would help it compete with Steam when it comes to PC gaming. Unfortunately, things didn't go according to plan: the company has pulled the Capcom-developed title from its PC gaming platform WeGame merely a few days after release.

  • Vipshop Holdings Limited (VIPS) Q2 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcript
    Motley Fool2 hours ago

    Vipshop Holdings Limited (VIPS) Q2 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcript

    VIPS earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2018.

  • TheStreet.com2 hours ago

    Tencent Shaves Off $150 Billion in Market Value

    Tencent's tumbles. Tencent Holding Ltd. has shaved off $150 billion from its market value since it hit its January peak. This marks the largest drop in shareholder wealth across the globe. About $15 billion of that sum was caused by the banning from Chinese markets of Monster Hunter: World.

  • The Wall Street Journal9 hours ago

    [$$] Tencent Game Plan: Make a Play for Esports Domination

    Ltd., the world’s largest videogame company by revenue, is raising its bet on the fast-growing industry of esports. The Shenzhen-based Chinese tech giant is making investments at all levels of the esports business: importing foreign competitive games titles to China, hosting arena competitions and buying up streaming services that broadcast the events. Tencent, best known for its WeChat social-media messaging app, already dominates China’s estimated $38 billion domestic games market, and world-wide it recorded more than $18 billion in 2017, or about half of its total revenue, from dozens of games businesses, according to analysts.

  • Reuters10 hours ago

    Tencent games revenue in focus after China blocks 'Monster Hunter: World'

    BEIJING/HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's Tencent Holdings Ltd saw its stock tumble on Tuesday, wiping out around $15 billion in its market value, amid concern of a blow to its video game revenue after regulators blocked the sale of one of its blockbuster titles. Analysts had widely expected "Monster Hunter: World" to be one of 2018's biggest hits for Tencent, which licensed the game from Japan's Capcom Co Ltd to sell on its WeGame platform. Tencent in a statement said regulators had received a large number of complaints about the game, which has sold over eight million copies worldwide.

  • Bloomberg10 hours ago

    Battered Tencent Looks for a Bottom After $150 Billion Wipeout

    Investors in Tencent Holdings Ltd., once the hottest stock in Asia, are trying to figure out where the bottom is. The Chinese internet giant, best known for its popular games and ubiquitous messaging services, has shed more than $150 billion in market value since a January peak, the biggest wipeout of shareholder wealth worldwide. Some $15 billion evaporated on Tuesday after regulators told the Shenzhen-based company to remove Monster Hunter: World from its PC downloads service just days after the action title’s debut.

  • Reuters10 hours ago

    Tencent games revenue in focus after China blocks "Monster Hunter: World"

    BEIJING/HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's Tencent Holdings Ltd saw its stock tumble on Tuesday, wiping out around $15 billion in its market value, amid concern of a blow to its video game revenue after regulators blocked the sale of one of its blockbuster titles. Analysts had widely expected "Monster Hunter: World" to be one of 2018's biggest hits for Tencent, which licensed the game from Japan's Capcom Co Ltd to sell on its WeGame platform. Tencent in a statement said regulators had received a large number of complaints about the game, which has sold over eight million copies worldwide.

  • Financial Times11 hours ago

    [$$] Tencent-backed China Literature drops after $2.3bn content deal

    Shares in China Literature fell 17 per cent to a record low on Tuesday, a day after the Tencent-backed ebook company announced it was splashing out $2.3bn to buy a film and television production company. Tencent shed 3.4 per cent in a broader market that was down less than 1 per cent.

  • Bloomberg12 hours ago

    Tencent Drops After China Shuts Down PC Game Following Debut

    Tencent Holdings Ltd. slumped after taking another hit to its gaming business when regulators told the social media giant to remove Monster Hunter: World from its PC downloads service just days after the action title’s debut. Parts of the Capcom Co. hit failed to meet regulatory standards and the relevant authorities received a “significant amount of complaints,” which in turn spurred the government to revoke an operating license, Tencent said in a statement without elaborating. It’s the latest blow to Tencent’s gaming operation, which has faced a series of hiccups.

  • CNBC15 hours ago

    China blocks a super-popular video game, and Tencent shares drop

    China has banned the sale of "Monster Hunter: World" on the WeGame platform, less than a week after it was launched, causing shares of Tencent to fall.

  • Financial Times16 hours ago

    [$$] China’s NIO looks to raise $1.8bn in US flotation

    Tencent-backed NIO is seeking to raise up to $1.8bn in an initial public offering, shrugging off a number of gripes by consumers to become the first Chinese manufacturer of electric vehicles to list in the US. NIO’s filing on Monday, which repeatedly names carmaker Tesla as its chief rival, shows the four-year-old company made a total net loss of more than Rmb10.9bn ($1.6bn) in the past three years. It has come under attack from consumers in recent months over a range of problems spanning electricity consumption, missed delivery deadlines and manufacturing defects.

  • The Wall Street Journal17 hours ago

    [$$] Tencent Earnings: What to Watch

    Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings is scheduled to report its second-quarter earnings after the market closes in Hong Kong on Wednesday. Here’s what you need to know.

  • Financial Times17 hours ago

    [$$] Tencent subsidiary slides after $2.3bn film deal

    Shares in the Hong Kong-listed Tencent ebook subsidiary fell 14.6 cent in early trading, on track for their biggest one-day drop since its IPO in November and dragging the stock toward its lowest since debut. The deal will see Chinese internet giant Tencent – which still controls China Literature with a 52.6 per cent holding – expand its interest in the television and film content industry via New Classics Media, having already bought a 27.64 per cent stake in the company in March.

  • Smartphone Suppliers Lead Tech Stock Selloff in Hong Kong
    Bloomberg18 hours ago

    Smartphone Suppliers Lead Tech Stock Selloff in Hong Kong

    Technology stocks in Hong Kong slid, led by Sunny Optical Technology Group Co., which tumbled 28 percent -- in line for its biggest drop ever -- after its first-half net income missed analyst estimates. Sunny Optical, one of this year’s best performers on the benchmark Hang Seng Index until Tuesday, was followed lower by AAC Technologies Holdings Inc., which declined 8.3 percent. Index heavyweight Tencent Holdings Ltd., which reports its earnings on Wednesday, fell 5 percent to head for its lowest close since September last year.