ZTCOY - ZTE Corporation

Other OTC - Other OTC Delayed Price. Currency in USD
4.57
0.00 (0.00%)
At close: 1:47PM EDT
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Previous Close4.57
Open0.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range0.00 - 0.00
52 Week Range
Volume0
Avg. Volume44,608
Market Cap16.167B
Beta1.57
PE Ratio (TTM)13.36
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.10 (2.32%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-14
1y Target EstN/A
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  • MarketWatch14 hours ago

    Trump Today: President suggests ‘world- class poker player’ Xi to blame for shift in North Korea’s attitude about summit

    This column provides a daily update on key presidential actions as well as comments, whether spoken aloud or on Twitter, by President Trump. President Donald Trump said Tuesday that his planned summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un could be delayed, as he suggested China’s president could be to blame for Kim’s shifting attitude. Trump said his summit with Kim “may not work out for June 12.” Meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, Trump told reporters he noticed a change in Kim Jong Un’s attitude after the North Korean leader met with Chinese President Xi Jinping a second time.

  • TheStreet.com21 hours ago

    Healthy Gains Continue but Momentum Is Looking Weak

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  • Trump Vowed to Save ZTE’s Chinese Workers. Now China and the U.S. Reportedly Have a Plan
    Fortuneyesterday

    Trump Vowed to Save ZTE’s Chinese Workers. Now China and the U.S. Reportedly Have a Plan

    A preliminary deal may see ZTE pulled back from the brink.

  • TheStreet.comyesterday

    Cramer: Enjoy Monday Morning's Rally, But It Might Not Last

    Or is this all just a cover for what might end up being the erection of some nasty trade barriers because there can be no agreement on key issues like intellectual-property protection? The Trump administration seems to want to put a positive spin on U.S.-Chinese trade talks right now, even as U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said over the weekend that we might have to use tariffs to stop alleged intellectual-property theft. How is it possible that there could be two different, contradictory views from one administration -- and if there are, can Monday morning's futures rally last?

  • MarketWatch5 days ago

    Giuliani says Mueller agreed to narrow scope of potential Trump interview | House panel rebukes Trump on ZTE

    Rudy Giuliani said Friday on CNN that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has agreed to narrow the scope of a potential interview with President Donald Trump from five topics to two. Giuliani said Mueller is not considering asking Trump about his former personal attorney Michael Cohen, who is under investigation in New York over his business dealings.

  • TheStreet.com6 days ago

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  • Moody's6 days ago

    Alibaba Group Holding Limited -- Moody's: China focused on developing its technology sectors despite risk of US restrictions

    Moody's Investors Service says that US restrictions on technology transfers and Chinese investment could disrupt China's near-term development of its tech sectors, but would be unlikely to alter its long-term development plan as the Chinese government could increase its spending on the sectors to mitigate the impact. "Although China is moving toward technological self-sufficiency, some core technologies still rely on components and services from the US and other advanced economies," says Lillian Li, a Moody's Vice President and Senior Analyst.

  • MarketWatch6 days ago

    Trump Today: President says ‘we’ll have to see’ if summit with North Korea’s Kim still on

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  • Moody's7 days ago

    China, Government of -- Moody's: Regulatory focus constrains growth of China's shadow banking sector through 2018

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  • MarketWatch7 days ago

    Trump Today: President meets Senate Republicans and says cop killers deserve death penalty

    This column provides a daily update on key presidential actions as well as comments, whether spoken aloud or on Twitter, by President Trump. President Donald Trump met with Senate Republicans on Capitol Hill on Tuesday, as he renewed a call for cop killers to get the death penalty and said “stay tuned” as trade talks with China continue. Trump met with Republican senators and was expected to discuss the economy and his upcoming meeting with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un.

  • MarketWatch8 days ago

    Trump Today: President says U.S. ‘fully committed’ to peace as Jerusalem embassy opens

    This column provides a daily update on key presidential actions as well as comments, whether spoken aloud or on Twitter, by President Trump. President Donald Trump said Monday that the U.S. is committed to peace as the American embassy opened in Jerusalem, as he thanked the man hailed as a hero for saving lives at a shooting in Nashville and discussed Argentina’s economy with its president. In a recorded message, Trump told a ceremony opening the Jerusalem embassy that he was “fully committed” to a lasting peace between Israel and the Palestinians.

  • TheStreet.com9 days ago

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  • Dow gains steam, JPMorgan ramps up business ventures in China
    Yahoo Finance9 days ago

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  • TheStreet.com9 days ago

    ZTE Suppliers Get a Bump as U.S. Softens Stance Amid China Trade Negotiations

    When the Trump administration decided to punish Chinese cellphone maker ZTE Corp. by banning American companies from selling components to ZTE, many American suppliers dropped significantly. One Trump tweet later and those same suppliers were rallying Monday.

  • MarketWatch9 days ago

    Pompeo, Zinke urged crackdown on ZTE during Obama years | Bernie Sanders says Trump ‘heartless’ towards immigrants

    Trump, Hannity reportedly like to talk most weeknightsBloomberg News/LandovSecretary of State Mike Pompeo urged a crackdown on ZTE when he was a congressman. President Donald Trump’s surprise directive to the Commerce Department to back off an earlier decision and help Chinese telecom giant ZTE Corp. (ZTCOY)  was the opposite of what two of his cabinet secretaries urged in 2016 when they were members of Congress, Bloomberg reports. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who represented districts in Kansas and Montana, respectively, had asked senior Obama administration officials in a 2016 letter to reconsider their decision at the time to relieve ZTE of sanctions for selling technological goods to Iran, Bloomberg says.

  • TheStreet.com9 days ago

    President Trump Boosts Tech Sector but a Hawkish Fed Is Looming

    The market is off to a frisky start as President Trump relieves some worries about a trade war with China. ZTE has been the subject of investigation by the United States for years and was recently subjected to sanctions when it failed to comply with some directives. Saving ZTE is not a selfless act, however, as it has deep ties to U.S. supplies.

  • Fortune9 days ago

    ‘Too Many Jobs in China Lost:’ Why On Earth Is ‘America First’ Trump Vowing to Save China’s ZTE?

    It is extremely unusual for a U.S. president to threaten to override his own Commerce Department.

  • TheStreet.com9 days ago

    Trump's Trade Policy Sparks Confusion as ZTE Gets Support, European Firms Get Threats

    U.S. President Donald Trump's trade strategy was throw into confusion over the weekend as he pressured Commerce Department officials to ease restrictions on a Chinese company accused of violating sanctions on Iran just as his administration warned European firms could be punished for doing business with Tehran. Trump's National Security Adviser, John Bolton, told CNN Sunday that "it's possible" the White House could sanction European companies that violate upcoming trade sanctions on Iran following the President's decision to withdraw from a multi-lateral nuclear treaty with the Gulf nation last week.

  • TheStreet.com10 days ago

    Trump Throws Lifeline to ZTE, Urges Officials to Get it 'Back in Business Fast'

    President Donald Trump appeared to throw a lifeline to China's ZTE Crop. Trump said "too many jobs" had been lost in China as a result of the Commerce Department ruling on April 15 that banned American companies from providing components to ZTE after it was found to have violated a 2017 agreement that included $900 million in penalties. President Xi of China, and I, are working together to give massive Chinese phone company, ZTE, a way to get back into business, fast.

  • Trump Says He’s Working With Xi Jinping to Get ZTE ‘Back Into Business, Fast’
    Fortune10 days ago

    Trump Says He’s Working With Xi Jinping to Get ZTE ‘Back Into Business, Fast’

    President Donald Trump has told the U.S. Commerce Department to get ZTE Corp., the massive Chinese telecom equipment maker, back into business after denying the company export privileges in April.

  • TheStreet.com11 days ago

    Jim Cramer: We Need a Wall to Come Down to Go to the Next Level

    Just six days ago, the big reversal day, we were pricing in another weekend of difficult trade talk and a belief that the Chinese were going to make trouble this past weekend and our European allies were growing restive about our insistence that auto tariffs come down while we seemed incredibly far apart in the NAFTA talks. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross has spoken a real hardline on China in the last few days, which seemingly doesn't bode well for the upcoming talks. built gigantic plants in Mexico in the last year that will begin shipping in volume to the U.S. this year and next.

  • Fortune13 days ago

    One of the World’s Biggest Phone Firms Is Stopping Operations Because of a Ban on Buying U.S. Parts

    ZTE simply can't make its phones and networking equipment anymore.

  • Moody's16 days ago

    Yihua Enterprise (Group) Co., Ltd. -- Moody's latest Inside China examines US-Sino trade tensions, debt-equity swaps, property and banking sectors

    Moody's Investors Service has just published its May edition of Inside China, a quarterly newsletter. In particular, Moody's says that the direct effects of proposed US tariffs on China's exports and economy are likely underestimated, and that the full extent of their overall impact will be seen through knock-on effects. On China's debt-for-equity swap framework, Moody's says that this framework renders near-term liquidity relief to affected Chinese corporates, giving them time to restore their business and credit profiles.

  • Moody's20 days ago

    Sunriver Holding Group Company Limited -- Moody's: Chinese property developers' strong offshore bond issuance will continue amid high refinancing needs

    Moody's Investors Service says that offshore bond issuance by Chinese property developers will stay strong for the rest of the year, given high refinancing needs. "Moody's-rated developers will have around USD17.2 billion of offshore bonds and USD43.1 billion of onshore bonds maturing or puttable over the next 12 months, driving high levels of refinancing needs for the rest of 2018," says Franco Leung, a Moody's Senior Vice President. Moody's conclusions are contained in its latest monthly report, "China Property Focus: Sales growth is slowing amid tight onshore credit".

  • TheStreet.com21 days ago

    Pentagon Orders Military to Remove Huawei, ZTE Phones From Military Bases

    Officials have suggested that the Chinese government could order Chinese manufacturers to hack into products they make to spy on or disable communications. "Huawei and ZTE devices may pose an unacceptable risk to the department's personnel, information and mission," said Army Maj. Dave Eastburn, a Pentagon spokesman, in a statement. The Trump administration is reportedly considering executive action that would restrict the ability of certain Chinese companies to sell telecom equipment in the U.S. due to national security concerns, the Wall Street Journal reported.