DouYu International Holdings Limited - ADS (DOYU): Price and Financial Metrics
DOYU Stock Summary
- DOYU's went public 1.13 years ago, making it older than just 0.64% of listed US stocks we're tracking.
- DOYU's current price/earnings ratio is 1,026.01, which is higher than 99.38% of US stocks with positive earnings.
- The ratio of debt to operating expenses for DouYu International Holdings Ltd is higher than it is for about just 0.34% of US stocks.
- If you're looking for stocks that are quantitatively similar to DouYu International Holdings Ltd, a group of peers worth examining would be WHD, ESRT, BEST, BX, and FPH.
- DOYU's SEC filings can be seen here. And to visit DouYu International Holdings Ltd's official web site, go to www.douyu.com.
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DOYU Price/Volume Stats
|Current price||$14.70||52-week high||$20.54|
|Prev. close||$13.73||52-week low||$6.11|
|Day high||$14.70||Avg. volume||4,320,170|
|50-day MA||$13.57||Dividend yield||N/A|
|200-day MA||$13.31||Market Cap||4.67B|
DouYu International Holdings Limited - ADS (DOYU) Company Bio
DouYu International Holdings Ltd. develops and operates game-centric live streaming platform in China, both on personal computer and mobile apps. The company was founded by Shaojie Chen and Wenming Zhang on April 3, 2014 and is headquartered in Wuhan, China.
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What happened Shares of Huya (NYSE: HUYA) were tumbling over 9% in morning trading Monday after an analyst at CLSA issued a double downgrade of the Chinese video game live-streaming leader from buy to underperform.
(Bloomberg) -- China finalized rules to root out monopolistic practices in the internet industry just three months after unveiling the draft guidelines, underscoring the urgency of a campaign to rein in its tech giants.The rules, aimed at curbing anti-competitive behavior such as sharing sensitive consumer data, forming alliances that squeeze out smaller rivals and subsidizing below-cost services to eliminate competitors, take effect immediately, according to a statement from the State Administration for Market Regulation. The antitrust watchdog had first sought feedback on the draft legislation in November, sparking a sell-off in the tech industry.The speedy formalization of the rules compare with a previous antitrust law governing the automobile sector that took years to finalize. Chi...
Shares of DouYu International Holdings (NASDAQ: DOYU) fell 16.6% in December, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence, as the Chinese live-streaming gaming company came under scrutiny by regulators. DouYu was on a yearlong tear in 2020 as rumors of a tie-up with rival game-streamer HUYA (NYSE: HUYA) swirled, and Chinese digital conglomerate Tencent Holdings (OTC: TCEHY) offered to mediate a merger of the two. Tencent is a majority owner of HUYA and has a significant stake in DouYu as well.
(Bloomberg) -- China’s regulators said they are reviewing Huya Inc.’s proposal to acquire game-streaming rival DouYu International Holdings Ltd., part of a crackdown on anti-competitive behavior in the country’s technology industry that throws the $6 billion transaction into question.Guangzhou-based Huya offered to buy its domestic competitor in October, proposing an all-stock transaction that would have created a combined business valued at about $11 billion at the time. Internet giant Tencent Holdings Ltd., a shareholder in both companies, would have had about 68% of the merged business’s voting shares.Regulators announced their review of the Huya acquisition on Monday as they levied fines against a Tencent affiliate and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. for their M&A transactions. The two c...
Huya (NYSE: HUYA) and rival DouYu International (NASDAQ: DOYU) dominate Chinese live-streaming, owning 80% of the game steaming market between them. No one will fare better than Tencent (OTC: TCEHY), as it owns a stake in both companies and will have a 67.5% voting interest in the new company after joining in the union. The merged successor company of Huya and DouYu would have over 300 million monthly active users. It also fined China Literature, a Tencent spinoff, for not reporting its 2018 acquisition of New Classics Media, a TV production unit.
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