Xiaomi Advances in Fortune Global 500 Ranking
$XIAOMI-W(01810.HK)$ moved up 84 notches to 338th place in this year's Fortune Global 500 ranking, according to Fortune magazine's updated list published Monday.The Chinese consumer electronics giant
Hong Kong Hang Seng declines 0.2%
The Hong Kong Hang Seng Index opened lower Tuesday and could not recover, finishing down 0.2%.
Strategy Analytics: XIAOMI-W 2Q Europe Smartphone Shipment Tops World, Edging Out Samsung, Apple
XIAOMI-W (01810.HK) defeated Samsung in smartphone shipment in Europe in 2Q21, shipping 12.7 million units, up 67.1% YoY, ranked worldwide number one with a market share of 25.3%, according to report
Hong Kong stocks rebound; Evergrande shares surge 8% on $418 million disposal
Hong Kong stocks bounced back Monday from the previous session's losses. The Hang Seng Index rose 1.1%, or 274.77 points, to finish at 26,325.80, rebounding from Friday's 1.4% drop.
Hong Kong's economic recovery loses steam in Q2, missing estimates
Hong Kong's economy continued to rebound in the second quarter of the year, albeit at a softer pace versus the first quarter, to early estimates from the Census and Statistics Department on Friday.
Xiaomi invests in another self-driving technology provider
Xiaomi is participating in Geometrical Perception and Learning Co's (G-PAL) approximately RMB 400 million ($61.88 million) Pre-A series funding round as the lead investor in the Pre-A2 round. The post Xiaomi invests in another self-driving technology provider appeared first on CnEVPost. For more articles, please visit CnEVPost.
Xiaomi Steps Up Hiring For Autonomous Driving Unit
07:35 PM EDT, 07/29/2021 (MT Newswires) -- Xiaomi (HKG:1810) has opened 500 positions for its autonomous driving unit as the Chinese consumer electronics giant beefs up its electric car business.The c
Hong Kong's Hang Seng index up more than 1% following two-day rout
Hong Kong's Hang Seng index closed 1.54% higher on Wednesday.
China's smartphone shipments slide 11% in Q2 on Huawei exit
China's smartphone shipments fell 11% year over year in the second quarter due to the absence of Huawei Technologies, according to data from market research firm IDC on Wednesday.
HSI Up 387 pts; HSTI Up 193 pts; MEITUAN Up over 7%; Market Turnover Rises
At close, HSI rose 387 pts or 1.5% to 25,473. HSTI rose 193 pts or 3.1% to 6,443. HSCEI gained 191 pts or 2.2% to 9,071. Market turnover reached $281.31 billion.Active Heavyweights:MEITUAN (03690.HK)