Engulfing Line (Bullish)
|Bid||12.61 x 28000|
|Ask||12.75 x 21500|
|Day's Range||12.24 - 13.00|
|52 Week Range||9.22 - 16.74|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||N/A|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||39.88|
|Earnings Date||May 11, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||13.99|
It is going to be a painful year for the global music industry as concerts get shelved, but the best has yet to come, says Goldman Sachs.
Now I will turn the conference over to your speaker host today, Ms. Millicent T. Please go ahead, ma'am. Tencent Music announced its quarterly financial results today after the market close. Today, you'll hear from Mr. Cussion Pang, our CEO, who will start the call with an overview of our recent achievements and growth strategies.
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Tencent Music stock dropped in late trading after the China-based provider of streaming music services reported quarterly results that beat on earnings but missed estimates on revenue.
The coronavirus outbreak weighed on costs at Tencent Music Entertainment, China’s largest online music business. But the stay-at-home orders helped the group to increase its paying subscriber numbers. For the first three months of the year, revenues the company showed revenues gaining by 10% to RMB6.31 billion ($891 million), and net profits down 10% to […]
Listeners of podcasts, audiobooks and other audio shows are estimated to number 542 million in China this year, according to a third-party survey by marketing firm iiMedia. The group's main line of businesses goes beyond music streaming to encompass virtual karaoke, live streaming and audio content; a category that has recently seen a big push from the firm. In its newly released quarterly report, TME said it has made "significant progress in expanding" its audio library by adding thousands of new adaptions from popular IP pieces and works from independent producers.
Monthly average revenue per subscriber paying for the company's social entertainment services fell 13% in the first quarter ended March 31. Tencent Music, controlled by Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings <0700.HK>, gets nearly three quarters of its revenue from this business, unlike peers including Spotify <SPOT.N> who make most of their money from music subscriptions. Tencent Music, which had warned of soft first-quarter sales in March, said revenue in the period rose about 10% to 6.31 billion yuan ($889 million).
Tencent Music Entertainment Group ("Tencent Music," "TME," or the "Company") (NYSE: TME), the leading online music entertainment platform in China, today announced its unaudited financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2020.
China’s Tencent Music has completed an investment in Radio Music Warehouse, a music-for-business company that distributes content to shops offices and other workplaces. The deal was announced this week with few financial terms disclosed. One of the few details shows that Tencent has been granted the right to increase its stake to a position of […]
Tencent Music Entertainment (TME) (NYSE: TME) announced it has completed an equity investment in Radio Music Warehouse, a leading music company that provides music streaming solutions to business use in China, on April 27. TME has also obtained a right to further increase its shareholdings to controlling stake in the company. Upon completion of the transaction, TME will provide Radio Music with access to a rich and diversified music library to meet the personalized demands of its customers. At the same time, TME will promote and distribute its high quality music content, via the hundreds of thousand offline spots in China that is using Radio Music's in-store music solutions.
Tencent Music Entertainment Group ("Tencent Music", "TME", or the "Company") (NYSE: TME), the leading online music entertainment platform in China, today announced that it will report its unaudited financial results for the first quarter of 2020 after the U.S. market closes on Monday, May 11, 2020.
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Lockdowns and travel retrictions prompted by the new coronavirus have been a boon to JOOX, Chinese tech giant Tencent's international music streaming platform, driving traffic to its karaoke services up by as much as 50%, an executive said. Launched in 2015, JOOX is an overseas version of China's top music streaming company Tencent Music Entertainment Group and marks the gaming and social media group's international challenge to bigger rivals such as Spotify Technology SA. JOOX, which operates in Southeast Asia, Hong Kong and South Africa, is already vying for the top spot in music streaming services with Alphabet Inc's Youtube Music and Spotify in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.
Vivendi has closed the sale of 10% of its subsidiary Universal Music Group to a consortium led by the Chinese tech giant Tencent. The deal, which was announced in December, values UMG at €30 billion ($33 billion). As part of the agreement, the consortium - which includes Tencent Music Entertainment, as well as other financial […]
Vivendi closed on Tuesday the sale of a 10% stake in Universal Music Group (UMG) - home to Taylor Swift and The Beatles - to a Tencent-led consortium, in a deal giving UMG an enterprise value of 30 billion euros ($33 billion). The French conglomerate, in which billionaire Vincent Bollore's holding company has the biggest stake, said it would now examine the possible sale of other minority interests in UMG, with an initial public offering of those assets planned for early 2023.
Tencent Music Entertainment Group ("Tencent Music," "TME," or the "Company") (NYSE: TME), the leading online music entertainment platform in China, today announced that a consortium (the "Consortium") led by Tencent Holdings Limited (00700.HK) and participated by the Company (through one of its wholly-owned subsidiaries) and other co-investors has completed the acquisition of a 10% equity stake in Universal Music Group ("UMG") from its parent company, Vivendi SE (VIV.PA), at an enterprise value of EUR30 billion for 100% of UMG's share capital (the "Transaction"). The Consortium has the option to purchase up to an additional 10% equity stake in UMG at an equivalent enterprise valuation as in the Transaction until January 15, 2021.
Tencent Music Entertainment Group ("Tencent Music," "TME," or the "Company") (NYSE: TME), the leading online music entertainment platform in China, today announced that it has filed its annual report on Form 20-F that includes its audited financial statements for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2019 with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") on March 25, 2020, U. S. Eastern Time.
Tencent Music's (TME) fourth-quarter 2019 results benefit from expanded paid mobile subscriber base and increase in the number of users willing to pay for premium music service.
Tencent Music Entertainment, China’s leading online music conglomerate, increased revenues and profits in its 2019 financial year. That follows growth in the number of paying subscribers and their average spend with the company.The New York Stock Exchange-listed group, which is poised to soon buy a chunk of Universal Music, said in in regulatory filing that revenue in its year to end December grew by 34% to RMB25.43 billion ($3.65 billion) and that operating profit increased by 127% to RMB4.62 billion ($664 million).Net profit attributable to equity holders more than doubled to RMB3.98 billion ($572 million), though the company also uses another measure (non-IFRS) profit which increased by 18% to RMB 4.91 billion ($705 million).While there was no significant change to its more than 600 million monthly average users, the number of paying subscribers to its music services grew by 48%, to 39 million. Average revenue per subscriber grew by 8%. Revenue from music subscriptions was RMB3.56 billion ($512 million), up from RMB2.50 billion in 2018.The company said that growth came from “solidified content leadership” involving strategic partnerships with more local and international music labels. It expanded its content offering to include more short videos, long-form audio, music-centric variety shows, as well as original soundtracks for films, games, drama series and literature.“Our strategic transition to pay-for-streaming service has started to pay off, contributing to paying ratio expansion for online music services to 6.2% in the fourth quarter of 2019, up significantly from 4.2% for the same quarter of 2018. As a further testament to the quality of our online music paying user growth, we recorded a 4.5% quarter-over-quarter ARPPU expansion, in addition to continuously improved user retention. Our unique capability in operating a fan-based economy also showed strong momentum in 2019, achieving high double-digit year-over-year growth in the number of users buying digital albums," said CEO, Cussion Pang.For 2020, Tencent Music expects to expand its services with live content, and more long-form music, and to benefit from a new partnership with China Literature, another Tencent portfolio operation. The company’s filing made no reference to the coronavirus outbreak and its impact on current business. Tencent Music is part of a consortium unveiled in December last year that has agreed to acquire a 10% equity stake in Universal Music. The deal has not yet closed.The consortium also has the option to purchase an additional 10% equity stake in UMG. “Prior to the closing of the transaction, Tencent Music and UMG also intend to enter into a second agreement that grants Tencent Music an option to acquire a minority equity stake in UMG's Greater China business,” Tencent Music said in its filing.Tencent Music’s parent company, Hong Kong-listed Tencent is scheduled to announce its financial results on Wednesday. More from Variety * Vivendi Closes $3.3 Billion Sale of UMG to Tencent-Led Consortium * Universal Music Group Announces Coronavirus-Relief Initiatives * Steve Earle Pulls Out of Universal Music Fire Lawsuit
The company's music streaming service added more paying users, its results showed, sending its shares up 3% in U.S. extended trading. "For the full year, even though total revenue growth is expected to be slower than original expectation due to the short-term impact in the first half, we expect revenue growth to improve in the second half," said Chief Executive Cussion Pang on an earning call after markets closed. The firm mainly attributed the expected slowdown to licensing and advertising revenue decline.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / March 16, 2020 / Tencent Music Entertainment Group (NYSE:TME) will be discussing their earnings results in their 2019 Fourth Quarter Earnings call to be held on March 16, 2020 ...
Tencent Music stocked wavered Monday as the China-based provider of streaming music services reported fourth-quarter results after the market close that beat Wall Street estimates.
Tencent Music Entertainment Group ADR reported a swing to a fourth-quarter profit as the Chinese music streaming service saw a surge in revenue. Tencent American depositary receipts rose 2.3% after hours, following a 3.1% decline to close the regular session at $11.05 on Monday. The company reported fourth-quarter net income of $149 million, or 9 cents per ADS, (or 1.04 billion renmibi, or 62 renmibi per ADS) as revenue rose 35% to $1.05 billion from the year-ago quarter. Analysts surveyed by FactSet had forecast earnings of 9 cents on revenue of $1.01 billion. In the year-ago quarter, the company reported a loss of 875 million renmibi, or 56 renmibi per ADS, on revenue of 5.4 billion renmibi.