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Sanan Optoelectronics' Q1 Net Profit Up 42.1% Y/Y
Sino Splendid Holdings Acquired 100,000 Sanan Optoelectronics Co (Shanghai A Shares)
Sanan Optoelectronics' H1 Net Profit Down 28.1% Y/Y
SANAN OPTOELECTRONICS CO., LTD is a China-based company principally engaged in the research, development, production and sales of light emitting diode (LED) products and chips. Its chip products include radio frequency (RF) chips for mobile phones and devices, RF chips for mobile phone base stations and power conversion chips, among others. The Company is also engaged in the research, development and sales of semiconductor materials. The Company operates businesses in both domestic and overseas markets.
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China's largest state-backed semiconductor fund plans to reduce its holdings in two listed technology companies, a decision that comes following a torrid bull run in China's stock market.
L'azionario cinese ha archiviato la seduta di oggi in rialzo, con i dati sulle fasi iniziali di un potenziale vaccino contro il coronavirus a far crescere le speranze di una più rapida ripresa dalla crisi economica causata dalla pandemia.
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China and Hong Kong stocks rose on Friday, bolstered by hopes for potential progress in Sino-U.S. trade negotiations as the United States still plans in-person talks next month.
* Premier backs innovation with lower VAT; industrial profits undershoot
The fresh escalation in the long-running Sino-U.S. trade dispute prompted a sharp selloff in Chinese markets last week with the yuan and banking and tech stocks hit particularly hard though some sectors, like farming, managed to outperform.
China's stock benchmarks rebounded roughly 2% on Wednesday, lifted by consumer shares, as weak industrial output and retail sales data reinforced expectations of fresh stimulus, while a slight softening in rhetoric from U.S. President Donald Trump eased trade worries.
China and Hong Kong stocks rebounded on Wednesday as weak industrial output and retail sales data reinforced expectations of fresh stimulus measures, while a slight softening in rhetoric from U.S. President Donald Trump eased trade worries.
* Chinese premier promises more spending as he warns of headwinds
* Property stocks gain on buoyant housing prices Gains in Shanghai stocks led by Wintime Energy Co Ltd and losses by Sanan Optoelectronics Co Ltd
China's main stock indexes edged lower on Wednesday amid ongoing uncertainty about growth outlook, but resilient home prices and government efforts to boost the economy kept declines in check. ** At the midday break, the Shanghai Composite index was down 0.06 percent at...
The Chinese market climbed marginally on the last trading day of an otherwise bearish year, with investors expecting more government support in 2019. ** At close, the Shanghai Composite index was up 0.4 percent at 2,493.90 points on Friday. The index is down 0.9 percent...
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