Canada Markets closed

ZTE Corporation (000063.SZ)

Shenzhen - Shenzhen Delayed Price. Currency in CNY
Add to watchlist
32.91+0.32 (+0.98%)
At close: 4:29PM CST
Full screen
Previous Close32.59
Open32.73
Bid32.91 x 0
Ask32.92 x 0
Day's Range32.67 - 33.18
52 Week Range28.96 - 56.70
Volume25,218,427
Avg. Volume77,803,244
Market Cap138.901B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.73
PE Ratio (TTM)26.37
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.20 (0.61%)
Ex-Dividend DateAug. 12, 2020
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    U.S. regulator seeks comments on possible risks to power grid from Huawei, others

    The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission said on Thursday it is seeking comments on possible national security risks to the electric system from certain equipment and services providers. FERC, which regulates the nation's power grid, said it is seeking comments on reliability and security risks, and possible actions it should consider to address such risks. "Huawei Technologies Co and ZTE Corp have been identified as examples of such entities because they provide communication systems and other equipment and services that are critical to bulk electric system reliability," FERC said in a statement.

  • U.S. rural telecom networks need $1.8 billion to remove Huawei, ZTE equipment - FCC
    Reuters

    U.S. rural telecom networks need $1.8 billion to remove Huawei, ZTE equipment - FCC

    U.S. rural telecommunications networks, which have relied on inexpensive network equipment from China's Huawei Technologies Co [HWT.UL] and ZTE Corp <000063.SZ>, have told the government that it would cost $1.837 billion to replace those switches and routers, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said on Friday. In June, the FCC formally designated Huawei and ZTE as threats to U.S. national security, a declaration that bars U.S. firms from tapping an $8.3 billion government fund to purchase equipment from the companies.

  • Reuters

    Stymied at home, Korea's mom and pop investors charge into China tech stocks

    South Korean retail investors are stampeding into Chinese stocks in record numbers, ploughing hundreds of millions of dollars into a tech sector rush far removed from punishing taxes and regulations on investment at home. In July alone, South Korean investors spent $240 million buying shares in mainland China, data from the Korea Securities Depository (KSD) showed - their largest investment in mainland markets on record.