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- For SE, its 30 day story count is now at 37.
- Over the past 25 days, the trend for SE's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 9.
- The most mentioned tickers in articles about SE are APP, GAME and ROKU.
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SaltLight 4Q21 Letter - Meerkats and Marketplaces Dear Co-Investor This marks the end of the first full year of the fund's operation. The SaltLight SNN Worldwide Flexible Fund A1 class returned +4.96% during the quarter and since inception, the A1 class has returned 18.69%1. Individual classes may differ in performance...
NEW YORK , Feb. 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- InvestorsObserver issues critical PriceWatch Alerts for SQ, CRI, UPST, SE, and SHOP. … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Earnings seasons continues with these four companies set to report results after markets close Monday.
What happened Shares of Sea Limited (NYSE: SE) were soaring 8.6% on Friday morning, a day after Reuters reported the Singapore government asked India if the tech company's online game Free Fire was unintentionally included in the country's crackdown on Chinese-owned technology.
SINGAPORE/NEW DELHI: Singapore has raised concerns with India about its ban of popular gaming app “Free Fire”, owned by technology group Sea Ltd, in the first sign of diplomatic intervention after the move spooked investors, four sources told Reuters. After the ban, the market value of the New York-listed Southeast Asian firm dropped by $16 billion in a single day, and investors worry India could extend it to Sea’s e-commerce app, Shopee, which recently launched in the country. The sources, who include two Indian government officials, said Singapore had asked Indian authorities why the app had been targeted in a widening crackdown on Chinese apps, even though Sea has its headquarters in the wealthy city state. Singapore had queried if the app “was banned unintenationally,” said one of t...
Singapore has raised concerns with India about its ban of popular gaming app "Free Fire", owned by technology group Sea Ltd , in the first sign of diplomatic intervention after the move spooked investors, four sources told Reuters.
In the latest trading session, Sea Limited Sponsored ADR (SE) closed at $122.75, marking a +1.85% move from the previous day.
MercadoLibre's (NASDAQ: MELI) stock jumped 9% during after-hours trading on Feb. 22 following its fourth-quarter earnings report. The Latin American e-commerce company's revenue rose 61% year over year (74% in constant currency terms) to $2.
As the great Jesse Livermore said, "It never was my thinking that made the big money for me. It was always my sitting. Got that? My sitting tight!"
(Bloomberg) -- Sea Ltd. lost its title as Southeast Asia’s biggest publicly traded company after its shares plunged to an 18-month low.Most Read from BloombergRussia Invasion of Ukraine Ignites European Security CrisisRussia Hits Airfields; Kyiv Imposes Martial Law: Ukraine UpdateZelenskiy Says Russia Trying to Seize Chernobyl: Ukraine UpdateStocks Sink, Oil Prices Top $100 on Russia Assault: Markets WrapThe $200 Billion Club Loses Last Member as Elon Musk’s Wealth TumblesThe Singapore-based int