NTES - ネットイ―ス (NetEase Inc.)


   JD, Nio, Pinduoduo Among 80 Chinese Companies Identified By SEC For Potential Delisting: What Investors Should Know  2022/05/05 08:59:52 Benzinga
The SEC continued to crack the regulatory whip on U.S.-listed Chinese companies for non-compliance with audit requirements necessitated by the "Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act." What Happened: The SEC on Wednesday put out a provisional list of 80 Chinese companies, expanding its previously issued lists. Those companies that have been identified have up to 15 business days to contact the federal agency to provide evidence to prove otherwise. Some of the renowned companies added to the list afresh are e-commerce retailer JD.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: JD ), Bilibili Inc. (NASDAQ: BILI ), Pinduoduo Inc. (NASDAQ: PDD ), NetEase, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTES ), XPeng, Inc. (NYSE: XPEV ) and Nio, Inc. (NYSE: NIO ). The SEC has conclusively identified 23 companies , including Baidu, Inc. (NASDAQ: BIDU ), Sohu.com Limited. (NASDAQ: SOHU ) and iQIYI, Inc. (NASDAQ: IQ ), for having violated the audit norms. Related Link: The Analyst Who Called The Sell-Off Of Alibaba, JD Now Has This … Full story available on Benzinga.
   Over 80 companies added to SEC list facing delisting risk  2022/05/05 08:24:56 Business World Online
A MAN wears a protective mask as he walks on Wall Street in New York City, New York, US, March 13, 2020. — REUTERS THE US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) added over 80 firms, including China’s JD.com , to a list of entities facing possible expulsion from American exchanges amid a long-running auditing standoff between the United States and China. On Wednesday, the SEC expanded the list on a provisional lineup under a 2020 law known as The Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act (HFCAA), which aims to remove foreign-jurisdiction companies from US bourses if they fail to comply with American auditing standards for three years in a row. In the long-drawn dispute, US regulators have been demanding complete access to audit working papers of New York-listed Chinese companies, which are stored in China. The request has so far been denied by China on national security grounds, but regulators in the two countries are discussing operational details of an audit deal that Beijing hopes to sign this year.
   SEC adds over 80 Chinese firms, including JD.com, NetEase and NIO, to list of companies to be booted from Wall Street  2022/05/05 06:25:20 Fortune
It''s the latest salvo in a fight between the U.S. and China over access to the financial records of U.S.-listed Chinese companies.
   More than 80 firms including China''s JD.com added to US SEC list facing delisting risk  2022/05/05 01:55:00 Channel NewsAsia
The US Securities and Exchange Commission added more than 80 firms to its list of entities facing possible expulsion from American exchanges, which include China''s JD.com, Pinduoduo, Bilibili, and NetEase. The SEC on Wednesday (May 4) expanded the list, consisting of US-listed Chinese entities, on a p
   Over 80 firms including China’s JD.com added to U.S. SEC list facing delisting risk  2022/05/05 01:53:45 FX Empire
(Reuters) – The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission added over 80 firms to its list of entities facing possible expulsion from American exchanges, which include China’s JD.com, Pinduoduo Inc, Bilibili Inc, and NetEase Inc.
   NetEase Inc. (NTES) Is A Buy Stock For Small Caps – Analysts  2022/04/06 14:30:00 Marketing Sentinel
NetEase Inc. (NASDAQ:NTES) has a beta value of 0.48 and has seen 1.07 million shares traded in the last trading session. The company, currently valued at $60.47B, closed the last trade at $96.16 per share which meant it lost -$1.91 on the day or -1.95% during that session. The NTES stock price is -25.67% off … NetEase Inc. (NTES) Is A Buy Stock For Small Caps – Analysts Read More »
   Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Twitter, Starbucks, Tesla and more  2022/04/04 17:38:54 Kwhen Finance
   Chinese tech stocks in Hong Kong jump as Hang Seng index rises 2%  2022/04/04 09:28:48 Kwhen Finance
   Chinese tech stocks jump as Hong Kong''s Hang Seng index rises nearly 2%  2022/04/04 07:44:00 Kwhen Finance
   Chinese tech stocks jump as Hong Kong leads gains among Asia-Pacific markets  2022/04/04 01:44:36 Kwhen Finance
   Glowing Stocks Review: NetEase, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTES), Pfizer Inc. (NYSE:PFE)  2021/07/27 00:10:18 Stock Equity
NetEase, Inc. (NTES) with the stream of -10.06% also noticed, India Pfizer Inc. (PFE) encountered a rapid change of 0.43% in the last hour of Mondays trading session. NetEase, Inc. The post Glowing Stocks Review: NetEase, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTES), Pfizer Inc. (NYSE:PFE) appeared first on Stocks Equity .
   AI in Games Market 2021 SWOT Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Significant Growth | Top Brands:Microsoft, Ubisoft, Tencent, EA, Vivendi, Nintendo, Sony, kashbet, Konami, Capcom, Netease  2021/07/25 15:44:22 Jumbo News
This report studies the AI in Games Market with many aspects of the industry such as market size, market status, market trends and forecast. The report also provides brief information on competitors and opportunities for specific growth with the key market drivers. Find the comprehensive analysis of the AI in Games market segmented by company, []
   Faced with 500,000 yuan fine, Tencent Music Entertainment to give up exclusive label rights  2021/07/24 03:10:46 PingWest
China''s State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) ordered today that Tencent Music Entertainment Group (NYSE: TME), the music arm of Chinese internet giant Tencent, will be faicing a 500,000 RMB anti-trust fine, and required to give up its exclusive music label rights. SAMR stated that TME sat at over 80% market share after merging with China Music Corporation in 2016, gaining market dominance with the potential of securing more exclusive label licensing deals, or excluding competitors by paying high premium for the licenses. The regulator ordered that Tencent must not sign any more exclusive label right agreements henceforth, and void all such existing agreements within 30 days, though deals with individual artists who signs directly with TME will be partially excluded from the order. SAMR did order, however, that exclusive partnerships with these individual artists must not extend beyond 3 years, while exclusive deals regarding new songs must not extend beyond 30 days. Two weeks ago, TME launched an internal reshuffle by moving around some of its businesses, appointing executives from neighboring departments as new leaders, with the aim to conform to regulatory pressure.
   Global Online Games Market 2021 Future Set to Massive Growth with High CAGR value | Market Players: Tencent, Netease, Microsoft, Sony, Electronic Arts, Sega, Ubisoft, Nintendo, Square Enix, Activision Blizzard Inc., Gameloft SA, Glu Mobile, Kabam, Rovio Entertainment Ltd., Supercell Oy, Zynga Inc., CyberAgent, Walt Disney, Gamevil  2021/07/24 01:40:54 Jumbo News
The report on Global Online Games Market has been provided by researchers for a detailed understanding of market performance over an estimated period of time set from 2021 to 2026. However, this report has introduced a brief overview to provide the reader with better information on this report. This brief description contains a basic definition []
   China Stocks Tumble After Beijing Said To Plan Edtech Crackdown  2021/07/23 12:38:28 Zero Hedge
China Stocks Tumble After Beijing Said To Plan Edtech Crackdown Another day, another communist crackdown by Beijing on a booming private sector, another plunge in Chinese stocks as the facade of " socialism capitalism with Chinese characteristics" is slowly chipped away. Chinas government is planning a crackdown on the countrys booming off-campus tutoring industry, in one of the biggest overhauls of the education sector that sent dozens of publicly listed stocks tumbling in Shanghai and Hong Kong, as part of a sweeping set of constraints that could decimate the countrys $100 billion education tech industry, sending shares crashing. According to SCMP, in one of the biggest overhauls in local edtech industry, local authorities will ask companies that offer tutoring on the school curriculum to go non-profit; they will also ban the provision of holiday and weekend tutoring, "and will no longer approve the establishment of new tuition centres, according to sources briefed on a newly released policy document promulgated by the State Council." As part of this non-profit conversion, companies that operate edtech platforms, or services that provide online education, will not longer be allowed to raise capital through initial public offerings.