XIACF - Xiaomi Corporation

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Avg. Volume72,442
Market Cap38.684B
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EPS (TTM)-0.182
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  • Xiaomi’s brilliant sliding-camera phone keeps the screen notch-free
    CNET11 days ago

    Xiaomi’s brilliant sliding-camera phone keeps the screen notch-free

    Xiaomi Mi Mix 3's slider is the best solution I’ve seen to maximizing screen space.

  • Xiaomi has 'a lot of catch up to do,' says investor
    CNBC Videos28 days ago

    Xiaomi has 'a lot of catch up to do,' says investor

    Francis Lun of Geo Securities explains why the stock of Chinese electronics giant Xiaomi could be "overvalued."

  • Can Apple Challenge China’s Tech Giants in the Smart Speaker Market?
    Motley Fool7 days ago

    Can Apple Challenge China’s Tech Giants in the Smart Speaker Market?

    Alibaba, Xiaomi, and Baidu won’t make it easy for Apple to gain ground.

  • InvestorPlace7 days ago

    Fitbit Stock Is Still Not Healthy

    When Fitbit (NYSE:FIT) reported its third-quarter earnings in late October, the shares got a nice boost, jumping by close to 26% to $6.10. The company reported adjusted earnings per share of 4 cents, while the Street was looking for a loss of 1 cent a share. Unfortunately, the FIT stock price gains proved fleeting.

  • A Foolish Take: Apple Loses the Wearables Crown to a Chinese Challenger
    Motley Fool8 days ago

    A Foolish Take: Apple Loses the Wearables Crown to a Chinese Challenger

    Xiaomi floods the market with cheap fitness trackers.

  • Motley Fool11 days ago

    Micromobility 101 for Investors

    Scooter- and bike-sharing companies are popping up in cities. Here’s what investors should know about this trend that’s only getting bigger.

  • Xiaomi Crushes Fitbit and Apple in Wearable Shipments
    Motley Fool12 days ago

    Xiaomi Crushes Fitbit and Apple in Wearable Shipments

    The Chinese tech giant is now the world’s top wearables maker.

  • Is Xiaomi's Stock in for a Turnaround?
    Motley Fool14 days ago

    Is Xiaomi's Stock in for a Turnaround?

    Xiaomi continued to report very strong top-line growth amid macroeconomic headwinds.

  • CNBC27 days ago

    Xiaomi plans to have 5,000 stores in India by the end of 2019

    Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has announced it will increase its Indian stores tenfold by the end of next year. The company is currently India’s most popular smartphone maker. Xiaomi was awarded a Guinness World Record on Tuesday for the most stores opened by one company simultaneously.

  • Xiaomi gobbles up selfie phone brand Meitu as revenue jumps 49%
    TechCrunch28 days ago

    Xiaomi gobbles up selfie phone brand Meitu as revenue jumps 49%

    Xiaomi is diversifying into a new range of phones as the Chinese smartphone maker announced impressive growth with its latest financials. The company announced it will take over selfie app maker Meitu's smartphone business to go after new demographics, particularly women, while it lodged impressive 49 percent revenue growth in Q3. Xiaomi posted a net profit of 2.481 billion RMB ($357 million) for the quarter on total sales of 50.846 billion RMB ($7.3 billion).

  • The Wall Street Journal28 days ago

    [$$] Xiaomi Earnings Boosted by Higher Smartphone Sales

    HONG KONG—Rising sales of higher-end smartphones helped device maker Xiaomi Corp. post a profit in the third quarter, as revenue soared. The increase was driven by higher sales of smartphones, which accounted for more than two-thirds of Xiaomi’s revenue in the quarter. Selling more high-price phones is a priority for smartphone companies, as a falloff in global demand for their products pressures margins.

  • Xiaomi takes over Meitu’s struggling selfie-focused phone business
    Engadget29 days ago

    Xiaomi takes over Meitu’s struggling selfie-focused phone business

    Chinese selfie app and smartphone company Meitu announced it has entered into a strategic partnership with Xiaomi. Going forward, Meitu will license its brand, technologies and hardware to China-based Xiaomi, and for upcoming smartphones, Xiaomi will handle design, research, development, production, business operation, sales and marketing while Meitu will deal with image-related algorithms and technologies. Meitu said its mission has been "to inspire more people to express their beauty," and its board of directors has determined that a partnership with Xiaomi will aid in carrying out that mission.

  • Xiaomi Embraces a Smartphone Future With Meitu Deal
    Bloomberg29 days ago

    Xiaomi Embraces a Smartphone Future With Meitu Deal

    While Xiaomi Inc. proclaims its status as an internet player, the Chinese company has been unable to shed its reputation for being basically a smartphone maker. Its inability to convince investors has been a major reason the stock has fallen 20 percent since Xiaomi’s July IPO. Xiaomi was savvy enough to leverage Meitu’s financial troubles to buy the brand without spending a dime.

  • Xiaomi Embraces a Smartphone Future With Meitu Deal
    Bloomberg29 days ago

    Xiaomi Embraces a Smartphone Future With Meitu Deal

    While Xiaomi Inc. proclaims its status as an internet player, the Chinese company has been unable to shed its reputation for being basically a smartphone maker. Its inability to convince investors has been a major reason the stock has fallen 20 percent since Xiaomi’s July IPO. Xiaomi was savvy enough to leverage Meitu’s financial troubles to buy the brand without spending a dime.

  • China's Xiaomi swings to net profit in third-quarter on robust sales in India, Europe
    Reuters29 days ago

    China's Xiaomi swings to net profit in third-quarter on robust sales in India, Europe

    Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc said on Monday it swung to a net profit in the third quarter, beating analyst estimates, driven by robust sales in India and Europe. Xiaomi also said operating profit sank 38.4 percent to 3.59 billion yuan in the third quarter. The mixed results come amid a slowdown in smartphone purchases both in China, where Xiaomi once was the top-selling handset brand, and overseas.

  • China's Xiaomi swings to net profit in third-quarter on robust sales in India, Europe
    Reuters29 days ago

    China's Xiaomi swings to net profit in third-quarter on robust sales in India, Europe

    Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Inc said on Monday it swung to a net profit in the third quarter, beating analyst estimates, driven by robust sales in India and Europe. Xiaomi also said operating profit sank 38.4 percent to 3.59 billion yuan in the third quarter. The mixed results come amid a slowdown in smartphone purchases both in China, where Xiaomi once was the top-selling handset brand, and overseas.

  • Xiaomi Has Chance to Justify Lofty Valuation After 20% Slide
    Bloomberg29 days ago

    Xiaomi Has Chance to Justify Lofty Valuation After 20% Slide

    Founder Lei Jun describes Xiaomi as an innovation-driven internet company, yet that’s only accounted for an average 9.2 percent of total revenue in the past two quarters. Smartphones -- where Lei has pledged to keep margins below 5 percent -- contributed over 70 percent. Skepticism over this vision has sent Xiaomi down 20 percent since its listing in Hong Kong in early July.

  • Xiaomi Has Chance to Justify Lofty Valuation After 20% Slide
    Bloomberg29 days ago

    Xiaomi Has Chance to Justify Lofty Valuation After 20% Slide

    Founder Lei Jun describes Xiaomi as an innovation-driven internet company, yet that’s only accounted for an average 9.2 percent of total revenue in the past two quarters. Smartphones -- where Lei has pledged to keep margins below 5 percent -- contributed over 70 percent. Skepticism over this vision has sent Xiaomi down 20 percent since its listing in Hong Kong in early July.

  • Xiaomi's UK launch is an important step in going global
    Engadgetlast month

    Xiaomi's UK launch is an important step in going global

    In some parts of the world, Xiaomi is a household name. As Xiaomi highlighted at its UK press conference, in less than a decade it's grown from being an obscure startup to a company with yearly revenues of $15 billion. Like Huawei, Vivo and Oppo, Xiaomi has ridden the wave that is the biggest smartphone market in the world: China.

  • Xiaomi is opening a retail store in London as it extends its Europe push
    TechCrunchlast month

    Xiaomi is opening a retail store in London as it extends its Europe push

    Xiaomi's expansion into Europe continues at speed after the Chinese smartphone maker announced plans to open its first retail store in London. Now, that foray has touched the UK where Xiaomi launched its Mi 8 Pro device at an event yesterday and revealed that it will open a store at the Westfield mall in London on November 18.

  • Reuterslast month

    Smartphone maker Xiaomi launches in Britain with flagship device

    Xiaomi, the world's fourth ranked smartphone maker, entered Britain on Thursday with the international debut of its flagship Mi 8 Pro, which it hopes will win fans in a market dominated by Samsung and Apple. Senior vice president Xiang Wang said Britain had a "cool" factor that aligned with the company's appeal to its customers. "The UK is one of the important global centres for technology," he said in an interview ahead of the company's London launch.

  • Smartphone maker Xiaomi launches in Britain with flagship device
    Reuterslast month

    Smartphone maker Xiaomi launches in Britain with flagship device

    Xiaomi, the world's fourth ranked smartphone maker, entered Britain on Thursday with the international debut of its flagship Mi 8 Pro, which it hopes will win fans in a market dominated by Samsung and Apple. Senior vice president Xiang Wang said Britain had a "cool" factor that aligned with the company's appeal to its customers. "The UK is one of the important global centers for technology," he said in an interview ahead of the company's London launch.

  • Xiaomi doesn't want Lyft using its electric scooters
    TechCrunch2 months ago

    Xiaomi doesn't want Lyft using its electric scooters

    Xiaomi, the electric scooter manufacturer that a handful of the shared electric scooter services in the U.S. (like ones from Uber, Lyft, Spin and Bird) rely on, has sent a cease-and-desist letter to Lyft. In the letter, obtained by TechCrunch, Xiaomi says it did not consent to associate its brand with Lyft. Xiaomi alleges Lyft has referenced Xiaomi's brand in its advertisements and other documentation referring to its shared electric scooter business.

  • China's finance ministry calls out Xiaomi over accounting errors
    Reuters2 months ago

    China's finance ministry calls out Xiaomi over accounting errors

    Chinese authorities on Tuesday said smartphone maker Xioami Corp made errors in its accounting, sending the company's Hong Kong-listed shares down amid a wider sell-off of China tech stocks. Xiaomi was one of several internet firms named in the annual inspection by China's Ministry of Finance. Other firms include e-commerce giant Suning.Com Co Ltd and online game developer Wuhu Shunrong Sanqi Interactive Entertainment Network Technology Co Ltd.