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These Stocks Moved the Most Today: Tesla, Apple, Coinbase, MicroStrategy, Iovance, NetEase, and More

A report says Tesla plans a revamped version of the Model Y from its Shanghai plant, while Apple shares are on pace to fall for a fifth-straight session.

Yahoo | December 27, 2023

Shares of Tencent and NetEase bounce back as Beijing seeks to quell fears of a new gaming crackdown

The industry regulator had proposed barring player rewards for livestreaming and for daily log-ins, but now says it will “carefully study” public views in response to the drafts.

Yahoo | December 27, 2023

5 Things to Know Before The Stock Market Opens

An Apple design executive departs as the company is fighting a ban on sales of certain Apple Watch models, while Tesla is ready to launch a revamped version of its Model Y from its Shanghai plant. Here’s what investors need to know today.

Yahoo | December 27, 2023

Game Developers Tencent, NetEase Recoup $20 Billion in Market Value

Shares of China's Tencent and NetEase recouped some of their losses on Wednesday, after China's videogame regulator sought to allay concerns about another harsh industry crackdown. That helped the companies regain about $20 billion in total market value.

Yahoo | December 27, 2023

Tencent Recoups Some Losses After China Soothes Crackdown Fears

(Bloomberg) -- Tencent Holdings Ltd. regained just some of last week’s share losses after Beijing softened its stance on controversial new gaming restrictions, suggesting investors remain wary of another crackdown on the world’s largest mobile arena.Most Read from BloombergThe Late-Night Email to Tim Cook That Set the Apple Watch Saga in MotionChinese Carmaker Overtakes Tesla as World’s Most Popular EV MakerBridgewater CEO’s Past Office Romance Led to Favoritism ClaimsL’Oreal Heir Francoise Bett

Yahoo | December 27, 2023

Tencent shares regain some ground after regulator appears to soften gaming stance

SHANGHAI (Reuters) -China's Tencent Holdings saw its shares stage a partial rebound on Wednesday, the first day of trade after authorities vowed to make improvements to proposed rules that had sent stocks in video game companies plunging. Draft rules were published on Friday that seek to curb spending and the use of rewards that encourage the playing of video games, sparking fears that regulators were once again cracking down heavily on the sector. But following dramatic tumbles in gaming stocks, China's video game regulator - the National Press and Publication Administration - has struck a more conciliatory tone, saying it would improve the rules by "earnestly studying" public views.

Yahoo | December 27, 2023

Stocks Extend Gains As Oil Prices Rise

The short sprint to the end of 2023 is off to a good start, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 Index, and Nasdaq Composite all sporting solid gains this afternoon. | December 26, 2023

3 Growth Stocks to Buy BEFORE the New Year’s Eve Ball Drop

Now is the time to scoop up promising growth stocks that have endured a punishing bear market but have promising futures.

Omor Ibne Ehsan on InvestorPlace | December 26, 2023

Era of lax rules for tech companies in China is over: Expert

Tencent (TCEHY) and NetEase (NTES) shares were hit on Friday, December 22 after China imposed new gaming rules to curb consumer spending and engagement. But these stocks are seeing a rise in late trading as Chinese authorities approve over 100 new games. China Beige Book International Managing Director Shehzad Qazi joins Yahoo Finance to discuss China's new rules. "Investors need to understand that the era of lax rules or no rules around the tech industry, generally speaking, in China are completely over," Qazi notes. "The paradigm has shifted and we are now in an era of more rules and more regulations coming down the pipeline." "It's a far more uncertain and unpredictable environment, but one thing's for sure. We're not going back to business as usual, as it used to be pre-2020," Qazi ...

Yahoo | December 26, 2023

China Approves 105 Video Games After Tencent, NetEase Dive On Proposed Gaming Rules

China OK'd 105 video games as regulators try to ease concerns after proposed new rules slammed Tencent, NetEase and other gaming stocks Friday.

Yahoo | December 26, 2023

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