Tencent Seeks a Big Stake in iQiyi: 3 Highlights for Investors
Tencent (OTCMKTS:TCEHY) wants to make a huge investment in iQiyi (NASDAQ:IQ) stock. The company wants to become iQiyi’s largest shareholder.
Netflix Stock: 2 Things Investors Need to Know in 2020
Investors have flocked to Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) stock during the coronavirus pandemic. The stock is one of investors’ top picks in the FAANG group.
What Can You Expect from iQiyi’s Q1 Earnings Report?
iQiyi (NASDAQ:IQ) plans to release its earnings results for the first quarter today after the market close. What can investors expect?
3 Chinese Tech Stocks You Can Buy for over 30% Discount
Some Chinese tech stocks are still available at a discount. At about $100 per share, Baidu stock trades at nearly 42% discount to its 52-week peak.
How Netflix Compares with Other Streaming Stocks
Netflix (NFLX) stock is on course to finish 2019 on a high note. iQiyi and Spotify stocks are also on track for a positive end to 2019.
Tech Stocks: Two Chinese Giants Gained 10% Today
Today, two Chinese tech stocks have gained significant market value. Baidu (BIDU) and iQIYI (IQ) are trading 10% and 15% higher, respectively.
What’s Happening with Baidu Stock?
Chinese Internet giant Baidu (BIDU) was one of the Nasdaq Composite Index’s biggest drivers on Tuesday, June 25. The stock fell over 3% after it fell by a whopping 34% in May. The company’s growth has struggled due to increasing competition from local rivals like Byte Dance.
iQiyi Begins Diversification Early
Many companies wait until growth in their core industries slows down or runs out before they diversify their revenue sources by venturing into new markets.
Why iQiyi Is Turning to Artificial Intelligence
iQiyi (IQ) plans to use AI to improve its movie and video streaming sales and cut operating costs, said CEO Yu Gong during an interview with CNBC last month.
iQiyi Continues to Grow, but Its Losses Have Expanded
Chinese video-streaming company iQiyi (IQ) spun off from Baidu (BIDU) through a blockbuster $1.5 billion IPO in the United States last year.
Chinese Stocks are Getting Crushed
In the last month the CSI 300 is down 11.5%, much more than US indices.
Chinese Tech Stocks Getting Crushed Out of the Gate on Monday
Are we back to having a trade war?? Trump’s tweet indicates we may be.
Alibaba Pictures’ Boss Is Making Major Changes
Alibaba (BABA) last year bought more shares in Hong Kong-listed film studio firm Alibaba Pictures.
What Is iQiyi after with China Unicom Deal?
iQiyi (IQ) will collaborate with China Unicom (CHU) to develop virtual reality (or VR) products.
When Will Roku’s Global Push Start Bearing Fruit?
International expansion will be one of Roku’s (ROKU) top priorities in 2019. The company began investing more in international expansion last year and wants to continue on this path this year.
iQiyi Bets on Hollywood Films to Keep Alibaba at Bay
Since before it split from Baidu (BIDU) and went public in 2018, iQiyi (IQ) has been stockpiling premium Hollywood films to help it stand out in China’s crowded video streaming market.
Spotify Isn’t Taking Chances in India
Spotify launched its music service in India late last month, and the company is going all out to make sure it succeeds in the market.
iQiyi Stock Rises 21.7% on Robust Subscriber Growth
Chinese video streaming company iQiyi (IQ), a Baidu (BIDU) spin-off, had a spectacular $1.5 billion IPO in the United States last year.
What’s the Motive behind Alibaba’s Acquisition of 8% in Bilibili?
On February 14, Alibaba (BABA) bought a stake in China’s top online video sharing platform Bilibili (BILI), according to the Xinhua News Agency.
What Is Alibaba Getting in Bilibili Deal?
Alibaba (BABA) recently bought a stake of 8.0% in Bilibili (BILI).
How Alibaba Is Keeping Alibaba Pictures Busy after Deal
Alibaba (BABA) increased its stake in Alibaba Pictures late last year.
Why Tencent Music Has Risen over 8% Today
Chinese streaming service provider Tencent Music Entertainment (TME) had a mixed stock performance in December, and as of January 14, it had fallen 7.7% year-to-date.
Can Alibaba Continue Its Top-Flight Growth?
Alibaba is pursuing more growth opportunities within its core commerce industry as well as in new areas such as cloud computing and digital media.
What Opportunity Does Alibaba See in Alibaba Pictures?
Alibaba (BABA) said that its decision to increase its stake in film company Alibaba Pictures was a vote of confidence in the business.
Can an NFL Deal Take Alibaba’s Youku to the Top?
Alibaba (BABA) has partnered with the NFL on digital sports content programming in China.
iQiyi Moves to Replenish Its War Chest
iQiyi (IQ) is replenishing its finances as it wages an expensive war for subscribers and revenue in China’s video streaming industry.
Tencent Music Had a Solid Debut despite Volatile Markets
Tencent’s (TCEHY) music arm, Tencent Music Entertainment (TME), debuted on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, December 12.
Baidu’s Big Plans in Shanghai
Baidu (BIDU) has formed an AI partnership with the city of Shanghai.
Tencent Music: Analyzing the Latest IPO
Tencent announced the IPO of Tencent Music Entertainment on October 3. The IPO intends to generate $2 billion in the US listing.
How Much Did Baidu’s Revenue Grow Compared to Its Peers’ in 2017?
In this series, we’ll focus on Baidu’s revenue, cost of revenue, gross profit, operating cost, operating profit, net profit, and valuations.
Baidu and iQiyi Go After $29.8 Billion Television Box Market
Baidu (BIDU) is expanding in the television box market, which is on pace to generate $29.8 billion in annual revenues by 2024.
How Content Streaming Affected Tencent’s Revenues and Costs
Tencent’s (TCEHY) revenue rose at a three-year CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 44% to 237.8 billion yuan ($36.4 billion) in fiscal 2017.
What Drove Revenue Growth for Alphabet and Baidu?
The United States continues to be Alphabet’s leading market, generating 46% of its revenue in 2015 compared to 47% in 2017.
Inside iQiyi’s Indian Movie Deal
iQiyi (IQ) recently struck a deal to license Indian movies to broadcast to its audience in China.
iQiyi Enters In-Flight Partnership as Unit Raises Funds
iQiyi’s revenues rose 51.0% year-over-year to ~$900.0 million in the second quarter. iQiyi went public in March.
How the Valuations of China’s Major Tech Stocks Look
Optimistic revenue and earnings estimates continue to drive the valuations of Chinese tech stocks despite the loss in stock value.
What Led to 7% Decline in Tencent Holdings?
Tencent Holdings lost 7% on August 30 in response to China’s new restrictions on online gaming as a result of recurring instances of myopia.
iQiyi’s Position in the Video Streaming Market
China’s video streaming market is projected to be worth $17.6 billion by 2020. iQiyi (IQ) stock has risen 95.4% since its IPO in March.