NetEase Inc. ADR (NTES): Price and Financial Metrics
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- NTES scores best on the Value dimension, with a Value rank ahead of 94.38% of US stocks.
- The strongest trend for NTES is in Momentum, which has been heading down over the past 47 weeks.
- NTES ranks lowest in Growth; there it ranks in the 27th percentile.
NTES Stock Summary
- With a market capitalization of $56,465,748,076, NetEase Inc has a greater market value than 95.31% of US stocks.
- Price to trailing twelve month operating cash flow for NTES is currently 2.36, higher than just 7.16% of US stocks with positive operating cash flow.
- Shareholder yield, a measure of how much is returned to shareholders via dividends and share repurchases, for NTES comes in at 23.02% -- higher than that of 90.02% of stocks in our set.
- Stocks with similar financial metrics, market capitalization, and price volatility to NetEase Inc are ATVI, DXCM, SPOT, KEYS, and VMW.
- Visit NTES's SEC page to see the company's official filings. To visit the company's web site, go to ir.netease.com.
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NTES Price/Volume Stats
|Current price||$82.88||52-week high||$134.33|
|Prev. close||$84.34||52-week low||$77.97|
|Day high||$83.93||Avg. volume||2,739,896|
|50-day MA||$95.11||Dividend yield||1.15%|
|200-day MA||$105.24||Market Cap||55.52B|
NetEase Inc. ADR (NTES) Company Bio
NetEase Inc. operates an interactive online community in China. The company operates in three segments: Online Game Services; Advertising Services; and E-mail, E-commerce and Others. The company was founded in 1997 and is based in Beijing, China.
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China is reviewing new games to determine compliance with content and kid protection criteria, Bloomberg reports. The regulators are reassessing titles submitted by Tencent Holdings Ltd (OTC: TCEHY) to NetEase Inc's (NASDAQ: NTES) developers to ensure compliance with playing time and other anti-addiction safeguards launched in August. Tencent's League of Legends Mobile title missed the September 15 launch. Regulators also skipped the release of their regular monthly list of approved titles for A
The media watchdog is re-evaluating titles submitted for approval by game developers from Tencent Holdings Ltd to Netease Inc to make sure they comply with fresh curbs imposed in August, the report https://bloom.bg/3hEq8ix said. Tencent declined to comment on the report, and Netease did not immediately respond to Reuters' request for comment. Last month, China forbade more than three hours of video games a week for those younger than 18, a stringent rule aimed at halting a growing addiction to what it once called "spiritual opium".
(Bloomberg) -- Chinese regulators are reviewing new games to determine whether they meet stricter criteria around content and protections for kids, people familiar with the matter said, an effort that’s likely to slow rollouts in the world’s largest mobile arena.The National Press and Publication Administration is re-assessing titles submitted for approval by developers from Tencent Holdings Ltd. to Netease Inc. to ensure they comply with fresh curbs on playing time and other anti-addiction safe
NetEase (NTES) has started to feel the heat amid a heightened regulatory crackdown targeting the video gaming sector in China. Citing the South China Morning Post, Reuters reports that the gaming firm has started to downsize its gaming studios and projects. NTES shares fell 4.15% to close at $84.52 on September 14. NetEase provides online services focusing on gaming commerce and communication in China. It also develops PC and mobile games. Citing the South China Morning Post, Reuters reports that NetEase programmers, designers, and creative artists at the Shanghai and Hangzhou offices have been taken off their original jobs.
The report said that dozens of employees, which include programmers, designers and creative artists at the company's Shanghai and Hangzhou offices, had been taken off their original jobs and told to look for new assignments inside and outside NetEase. NetEase did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment. China has reportedly slowed down approval for all new online games temporarily in a bid to curb a gaming addiction among young people.
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