MCHI - (iShares MSCI China ETF)

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nasdaq_url https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/mchi
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終値(lastsale) 55.91
時価総額(marketcap) 3164506000
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   XPeng's stock soars, as China-based EV maker reports more than fourfold jump in revenue  2020/11/12 11:19:00 Yahoo Finance
Shares of XPeng Inc. shot up 11% in premarket trading Thursday, after the China-based electric vehicle maker reported a third-quarter loss that widened from a year ago but revenue that jumped more than fourfold as deliveries soared 266%. XPeng, which went public in late August, recorded a net loss of RMB1.15 bln ($169.2 million), or RMB5.07 per American depositary share, after a loss of RMB776.3 million, or RMB5.62 per ADS, in the year-ago period, as the ADS outstanding more than doubled to 399.7 million from 174.7 million. Excluding non-recurring items, the adjusted per-ADS loss was RMB2.16 Revenue grew 342.5% to RMB1.99 billion ($293.1 million). The loss per ADS missed expectations while revenue beat, according to FactSet, which had just two analyst estimates. Deliveries climbed 265.8% from last year to 8,578 vehicles, while deliveries of the P7 vehicle were 6,210, up from 325 in the sequential second quarter. October deliveries totaled 3,040 vehicles, up 229.0% from last year. Gross margin was 4.6%, compared with negative 10.1% a year ago.
   China ETFs Stand Out in Global Markets  2020/10/05 19:37:09 ETF Trends
China country-related exchange traded funds have enjoyed a fast recovery after the coronavirus pandemic disrupted global economies, and the rebound in Chinese markets may still have legs. Over the past three months, the iShares MSCI China ETF (NASDAQ: MCHI), the largest China ETF by assets, increased 8.4% and the Xtrackers Harvest CSI 300 China A-Shares […] The post China ETFs Stand Out in Global Markets appeared first on ETF Trends .
   US Launches Soft Capital Control Attack On Beijing, "Urges" Colleges To Sell Chinese Stocks  2020/08/18 19:55:24 Zero Hedge
US Launches Soft Capital Control Attack On Beijing, "Urges" Colleges To Sell Chinese Stocks Tyler Durden Tue, 08/18/2020 - 15:55 One day after Trump activated what Bloomberg described as the "nuclear option" when the US announced that Huawei can’t access US technology directly or indirectly, an action which leaves it in extremely difficult circumstances, the U.S. State Department has escalated the Cold War with China yet again, with Bloomberg reporting that the US is now asking colleges and universities to divest from Chinese holdings in their endowments, "warning schools in a letter Tuesday to get ahead of potentially more onerous measures on holding the shares." The iShares MSCI China ETF, the MSCI sold off on the news. As Bloomberg explains, "Tuesday’s warning is part of a larger campaign by U.S. officials to slow the money that has flowed from investment funds into Chinese companies. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo told state governors in February that some pension funds are playing into China’s hands." "Boards of U.S. university endowments would be prudent to divest from People’s Republic of China firms’ stocks in the likely outcome that enhanced listing standards lead to a wholesale de-listing of PRC firms from U.S. exchanges by the end of next year," wrote Keith Krach, undersecretary for economic growth, energy and the environment, in the letter addressed to the board of directors of American universities and colleges, and viewed by Bloomberg. "Holding these stocks also runs the high risks associated with PRC companies having to restate financials," he said.
   China ETFs Retreat as Trump Administration Cracks Down on Listings  2020/08/07 19:06:42 ETF Trends
China country-specific exchange traded funds, notably, those that track offshore Chinese company stocks, plunged Friday after the Trump administration recommended U.S.-listed Chinese companies to comply with new audit requirements. On Friday, the iShares MSCI China ETF (NASDAQ: MCHI), the largest China ETF by assets, declined 4.0% while the Xtrackers Harvest CSI 300 China A-Shares ETF […] The post China ETFs Retreat as Trump Administration Cracks Down on Listings appeared first on ETF Trends .
   China ETFs Plunge as Beijing Orders U.S. Out of Chengdu Consulate  2020/07/24 18:59:13 ETF Trends
China country-specific exchange traded funds were among the worst performers on Friday after Beijing told Washington to vacate a Chengdu U.S. consulate in retaliation to its own closed consulate in Houston, further deteriorating the relationship between the two countries. On Friday, the iShares MSCI China ETF (NASDAQ: MCHI), the largest China ETF by assets, declined […] The post China ETFs Plunge as Beijing Orders U.S. Out of Chengdu Consulate appeared first on ETF Trends .
   US Launches Soft Capital Control Attack On Beijing, "Urges" Colleges To Sell Chinese Stocks  2020/08/18 19:55:24 Zero Hedge
US Launches Soft Capital Control Attack On Beijing, "Urges" Colleges To Sell Chinese Stocks Tyler Durden Tue, 08/18/2020 - 15:55 One day after Trump activated what Bloomberg described as the "nuclear option" when the US announced that Huawei can’t access US technology directly or indirectly, an action which leaves it in extremely difficult circumstances, the U.S. State Department has escalated the Cold War with China yet again, with Bloomberg reporting that the US is now asking colleges and universities to divest from Chinese holdings in their endowments, "warning schools in a letter Tuesday to get ahead of potentially more onerous measures on holding the shares." The iShares MSCI China ETF, the MSCI sold off on the news. As Bloomberg explains, "Tuesday’s warning is part of a larger campaign by U.S. officials to slow the money that has flowed from investment funds into Chinese companies. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo told state governors in February that some pension funds are playing into China’s hands." "Boards of U.S. university endowments would be prudent to divest from People’s Republic of China firms’ stocks in the likely outcome that enhanced listing standards lead to a wholesale de-listing of PRC firms from U.S. exchanges by the end of next year," wrote Keith Krach, undersecretary for economic growth, energy and the environment, in the letter addressed to the board of directors of American universities and colleges, and viewed by Bloomberg. "Holding these stocks also runs the high risks associated with PRC companies having to restate financials," he said.
   China ETFs Retreat as Trump Administration Cracks Down on Listings  2020/08/07 19:06:42 ETF Trends
China country-specific exchange traded funds, notably, those that track offshore Chinese company stocks, plunged Friday after the Trump administration recommended U.S.-listed Chinese companies to comply with new audit requirements. On Friday, the iShares MSCI China ETF (NASDAQ: MCHI), the largest China ETF by assets, declined 4.0% while the Xtrackers Harvest CSI 300 China A-Shares ETF […] The post China ETFs Retreat as Trump Administration Cracks Down on Listings appeared first on ETF Trends .
   China ETFs Plunge as Beijing Orders U.S. Out of Chengdu Consulate  2020/07/24 18:59:13 ETF Trends
China country-specific exchange traded funds were among the worst performers on Friday after Beijing told Washington to vacate a Chengdu U.S. consulate in retaliation to its own closed consulate in Houston, further deteriorating the relationship between the two countries. On Friday, the iShares MSCI China ETF (NASDAQ: MCHI), the largest China ETF by assets, declined […] The post China ETFs Plunge as Beijing Orders U.S. Out of Chengdu Consulate appeared first on ETF Trends .
   China ETFs Retreat on Concerns Over the Private Sector  2020/07/16 21:06:46 ETF Trends
China country-specific exchange traded funds plunged, with Chinese markets suffering their worst fall off in five months, on Thursday as investors grow wary over the trajectory of the economic recovery ahead. The iShares MSCI China ETF (NASDAQ: MCHI), the largest China ETF by assets, declined 3.2% on Thursday while the Xtrackers Harvest CSI 300 China […] The post China ETFs Retreat on Concerns Over the Private Sector appeared first on ETF Trends .
   Can the China ETF Rally Last?  2020/07/08 22:17:39 ETF Trends
China country-specific ETFs are caught up in a strong rally, but some warn of the dangers of a sentiment fueled push that ignores fundamentals. The iShares MSCI China ETF (NASDAQ: MCHI), the largest China ETF by assets, jumped 9.7% over the past week while the Xtrackers Harvest CSI 300 China A-Shares ETF (NYSEArca: ASHR), the […] The post Can the China ETF Rally Last? appeared first on ETF Trends .
   US Launches Soft Capital Control Attack On Beijing, "Urges" Colleges To Sell Chinese Stocks  2020/08/18 19:55:24 Zero Hedge
US Launches Soft Capital Control Attack On Beijing, "Urges" Colleges To Sell Chinese Stocks Tyler Durden Tue, 08/18/2020 - 15:55 One day after Trump activated what Bloomberg described as the "nuclear option" when the US announced that Huawei can’t access US technology directly or indirectly, an action which leaves it in extremely difficult circumstances, the U.S. State Department has escalated the Cold War with China yet again, with Bloomberg reporting that the US is now asking colleges and universities to divest from Chinese holdings in their endowments, "warning schools in a letter Tuesday to get ahead of potentially more onerous measures on holding the shares." The iShares MSCI China ETF, the MSCI sold off on the news. As Bloomberg explains, "Tuesday’s warning is part of a larger campaign by U.S. officials to slow the money that has flowed from investment funds into Chinese companies. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo told state governors in February that some pension funds are playing into China’s hands." "Boards of U.S. university endowments would be prudent to divest from People’s Republic of China firms’ stocks in the likely outcome that enhanced listing standards lead to a wholesale de-listing of PRC firms from U.S. exchanges by the end of next year," wrote Keith Krach, undersecretary for economic growth, energy and the environment, in the letter addressed to the board of directors of American universities and colleges, and viewed by Bloomberg. "Holding these stocks also runs the high risks associated with PRC companies having to restate financials," he said.
   China ETFs Retreat as Trump Administration Cracks Down on Listings  2020/08/07 19:06:42 ETF Trends
China country-specific exchange traded funds, notably, those that track offshore Chinese company stocks, plunged Friday after the Trump administration recommended U.S.-listed Chinese companies to comply with new audit requirements. On Friday, the iShares MSCI China ETF (NASDAQ: MCHI), the largest China ETF by assets, declined 4.0% while the Xtrackers Harvest CSI 300 China A-Shares ETF […] The post China ETFs Retreat as Trump Administration Cracks Down on Listings appeared first on ETF Trends .
   China ETFs Plunge as Beijing Orders U.S. Out of Chengdu Consulate  2020/07/24 18:59:13 ETF Trends
China country-specific exchange traded funds were among the worst performers on Friday after Beijing told Washington to vacate a Chengdu U.S. consulate in retaliation to its own closed consulate in Houston, further deteriorating the relationship between the two countries. On Friday, the iShares MSCI China ETF (NASDAQ: MCHI), the largest China ETF by assets, declined […] The post China ETFs Plunge as Beijing Orders U.S. Out of Chengdu Consulate appeared first on ETF Trends .
   China ETFs Retreat on Concerns Over the Private Sector  2020/07/16 21:06:46 ETF Trends
China country-specific exchange traded funds plunged, with Chinese markets suffering their worst fall off in five months, on Thursday as investors grow wary over the trajectory of the economic recovery ahead. The iShares MSCI China ETF (NASDAQ: MCHI), the largest China ETF by assets, declined 3.2% on Thursday while the Xtrackers Harvest CSI 300 China […] The post China ETFs Retreat on Concerns Over the Private Sector appeared first on ETF Trends .
   Can the China ETF Rally Last?  2020/07/08 22:17:39 ETF Trends
China country-specific ETFs are caught up in a strong rally, but some warn of the dangers of a sentiment fueled push that ignores fundamentals. The iShares MSCI China ETF (NASDAQ: MCHI), the largest China ETF by assets, jumped 9.7% over the past week while the Xtrackers Harvest CSI 300 China A-Shares ETF (NYSEArca: ASHR), the […] The post Can the China ETF Rally Last? appeared first on ETF Trends .

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