After Luckin Coffee’s spectacular admission of fraud, more Chinese companies are finding themselves in the crosshairs of regulators and short sellers.
The Q1 performance of Nio was a big relief for investors and eased concerns over fallout from the recent Luckin scandal.
Iqiyi, often called the Netflix of China, is another short seller target following beverage chain Luckin Coffee’s spectacular downfall.
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In translation from Ran Caijing, a look at how far China tech stocks plunged under the influence of the virus—and the few that rose.
Heytea started out in southern China’s Guangdong province in 2012 and later expanded to most tier-one and tier-two cities in China.
Softbank-backed hotel unicorn Oyo is on the verge of flaming out of its second largest market, China. It’s mostly its own fault.
Michael Norris comes on to discuss the dramatic market correction as well as recent earnings
TechNode’s Wei Sheng discusses how Huawei is attempting to succeed in Europe without Google.
Marcus Ryder comes on to try to get a grip on the many ways that the outbreak is shaking up our assumptions.