Baidu, Inc., each representing one tenth Class A ordinary share (BIDU) News

Baidu, Inc., each representing one tenth Class A ordinary share (BIDU)

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Yahoo | January 15, 2021

Can Tech Giants Give Tesla a Run for Its Money?

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Yahoo | January 15, 2021

China's weirdest news stories of 2021 so far: a celebrity pig, snow for sale and a 90-year-old internet star who hasn't posted anything

Fans of a celebrity pig are cheering on her survival through to the Lunar New Year after it was discovered the national icon is now struggling to stand on her own four feet.Zhu Jianqiang, meaning "Strong Pig", was found alive 36 days after being buried under rubble from the deadly 7.9-magnitude earthquake in Sichuan province on May 12, 2008, that left 87,0000 people dead or missing.She became a national icon and symbol of China's strength and resilience and was saved from a trip to the abattoir by her owner Fan Jianchuan, a Sichuan-based entrepreneur.Get the latest insights and analysis from our Global Impact newsletter on the big stories originating in China.Fan moved her to the Jianchuan Museum he founded, saying he would raise her in safety and comfort for the rest of her natural lif...

Yahoo | January 15, 2021 | US decides against investing ban on Alibaba, Tencent and Baidu

US officials deliberated but ultimately decided against banning American investment in Alibaba and Tencent, removing a cloud of uncertainty over Asia’s two biggest corporations.

News24 | January 14, 2021

Administración Trump descarta incluir en lista negra a Alibaba, Tencent y Baidu Spain | January 14, 2021

Global Markets Positive Ahead Of Fed's Powell Speech, Bitcoin Soars 10%

Major indices worldwide traded in the green on Thursday ahead of Fed Chair Jerome Powell's monetary policy outlook speech in a virtual event at 17:30. The Trump administration issued a clarification order Wednesday noting that investors have until November 2021 to sell securities in sanctioned Chinese firms, which excludes Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE: BABA ), Tencent Holdings (OTC: TCEHY ), and Baidu Inc (NASDAQ: BIDU ). Futures: The Dow futures are up by 0.27%, and the S&P 500 futures are trading higher by 0.17% on the last check Thursday. WTI crude futures are up by 0.59% to $53.22, while gold futures are down 0.77% at $1,840.80. Ten-year Treasury yield is up by 1.7 bps at 1.105%. The VIX futures are down by 0.11% to 22.65. Cryptocurrency:

Benzinga | January 14, 2021

U.S. unlikely to add more Chinese firms to military blacklist until Jan. 20 -U.S. official

The Trump administration is unlikely to add more companies to its blacklist of alleged Chinese military companies in its final days in office after Thursday's designation of nine firms by the Department of Defense, a senior official at the State Department said. Speaking in a briefing with reporters, Keith Krach, Undersecretary for Economic Growth, Energy and Environment also said Chinese tech giants Alibaba, Tencent and Baidu are "highly strategic" to the Chinese military. On Wednesday, sources said the Trump administration scrapped plans to blacklist Alibaba, Tencent and Baidu.

Yahoo | January 14, 2021

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