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Weibo CEO Wang Gaofei: Weibo folding mobile phone users increased 74% in the past year
Gelonhui, March 23 丨 According to the Shanghai Securities Report, Weibo CEO Wang Gaofei appeared at the Huawei spring product launch today to share Weibo's innovative adaptation experience for Huawei's folding screens. Wang Gaofei pointed out that Weibo data shows that in the past year, Weibo folding phone users increased by 74%. Up to now, among Weibo folding screen mobile phone users, the Huawei brand accounts for the largest share, reaching 56%.
Changes in US stocks 丨 Weibo rose 3.6% before the market, H shares closed up 6%, Big Mo's revenue increased 10% this year
Gelonghui, March 21, 丨 Hong Kong Weibo rose 6% today, driving Weibo (WB.US) up 3.57% before the market to 17.13 US dollars. Guoxin Securities pointed out that the company benefited from an overall consumption recovery in 2023. As a content platform, Weibo is unique in terms of hot spots and social networks, thereby forming marketing advantages based on hot topics, etc. Daimoze expects the company's revenue in RMB to grow 10% in 23 years.
Weibo (NASDAQ:WB) Shares Gap Up to $16.48
Weibo Co. (NASDAQ:WB – Get Rating)'s share price gapped up prior to trading on Friday . The stock had previously closed at $16.48, but opened at $16.98. Weibo shares last traded at $16.50, with a volu
Weibo (NASDAQ:WB) Coverage Initiated by Analysts at StockNews.com
StockNews.com initiated coverage on shares of Weibo (NASDAQ:WB – Get Rating) in a research note issued to investors on Thursday. The brokerage issued a buy rating on the information services provider'
Credit Suisse's financial pressure raises market concerns Hong Kong Securities Regulatory Commission: We are paying close attention
The Zhitong Finance App learned that recently Credit Suisse (Credit Suisse) fell into financial pressure, causing market participants to worry about the prospects of the European and American banking industry. Since Credit Suisse operates in Hong Kong and is also quite active in the Hong Kong IPO market, it has been a sponsor of 6 listed companies in the past 2 years. The Hong Kong Securities Regulatory Commission stated that it will closely monitor the impact of this incident on the Hong Kong market and will also communicate with other regulators and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (00388). According to information, Credit Suisse is one of the main participants in the Hong Kong IPO market. In the past 2 years, Credit Suisse (Hong Kong) has worked as a successful member of 6
Weibo official: A total of 131 illegal securities and futures activities and illegal marketing accounts were disposed of
Gelonhui, March 10, 丨 Weibo's official announcement stated that illegal marketing information involving illegal securities, futures, and virtual currency trading activities and diverted to off-site platforms such as QQ groups, WeChat groups, and public accounts through Weibo blog posts, private messages, etc., will be processed centrally. According to the relevant regulations, depending on the severity of the circumstances, the deletion of content, the private message function is prohibited, the content is demoted, the banning of comments, and processing until the account is cancelled. A total of 131 accounts were disposed of this time. According to laws and regulations such as the “Securities Law” and related regulations, Weibo continuously upgrades technical methods, adjusts product strategies, optimizes monitoring and processing efficiency, and continues to increase illegal securities existing on the platform
Weibo Co. (NASDAQ:WB) Given Average Recommendation of "Hold" by Analysts
Shares of Weibo Co. (NASDAQ:WB – Get Rating) have received an average recommendation of "Hold" from the ten research firms that are covering the company, MarketBeat.com reports. One investment analys
Alibaba, Chinese Tech Stocks Slip Into the Red Ahead of JD.com Earnings
US stocks closed | The three major indices rushed back down, and the NASDAQ stopped two consecutive gains; technology stocks and China Securities generally fell, while Tesla and Pinduoduo fell about 2%
Investors are anxiously awaiting Powell's congressional hearing and US non-farm payroll data. The rise in US stocks narrowed rapidly after midday trading. The S&P 500 index and the Dow closed only barely higher, and the NASDAQ stopped rising for two consecutive days. However, the S&P rose three days in a row, and the Dow rose four days in a row, all hitting new highs of more than two weeks.
Weibo (NASDAQ:WB) Upgraded by StockNews.com to "Buy"
StockNews.com upgraded shares of Weibo (NASDAQ:WB – Get Rating) from a hold rating to a buy rating in a research note issued to investors on Thursday.A number of other equities research analysts have
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