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Weibo Corporation (WB)

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33.90-0.34 (-0.99%)
As of 09:48AM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close34.24
Bid33.90 x 1300
Ask34.06 x 1100
Day's Range33.45 - 34.08
52 Week Range27.30 - 64.70
Avg. Volume1,790,261
Market Cap7.953B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.04
PE Ratio (TTM)22.72
EPS (TTM)1.49
Earnings DateMar. 16, 2022 - Mar. 21, 2022
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est57.61
  • Reuters

    Weibo bars Chinese economist's posts after suggestion to boost birth rate

    A high-profile Chinese economist has been banned from posting on the Weibo social media platform after drawing controversy over suggestions that the central bank set up a $314 billion "fertility fund" to encourage people to have more babies. The Weibo account of Ren Zeping, a former chief economist for debt-laden property giant China Evergrande Group, where he has 3.6 million followers, carries a notice saying that "due to violations of related laws and regulations, the user is currently banned from posting." The birthrate in the world's most populous country has been a concern of authorities for generations.

  • Motley Fool

    4 Red Flags for Weibo's Future

    Weibo (NASDAQ: WB), a Chinese social media company that is frequently compared to Twitter (NYSE: TWTR), might seem like an undervalued growth stock. Analysts expect Weibo's revenue and earnings to rise 33% and 29%, respectively, for the full year. In early 2021, Sina took itself private and delisted its shares from the NASDAQ.

  • Motley Fool

    Why Alibaba Stock Bounced Back Today

    Recovering from a three-day sell-off, shares of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA) stock bounced back on Thursday and are up 7.2% as of 11:11 a.m. ET. Alibaba's bounce back appears tied to a Bloomberg report yesterday that the company is "weighing options" to dispose of its 30% stake in Weibo (NASDAQ: WB), the "Chinese Twitter," and may sell its Weibo shares to "a state-owned firm." There are at least a couple of reasons why such a move could be good for Alibaba.