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|52 Wk Low/High||184.60 / 289.69|
The online gaming company takes a 19.5% stake in mobile messaging outfit Sina.
Falling oil and a higher dollar provide limited support for equity markets.
Peers Sina, NetEase, Tom Online and Shanda Interactive follow its lead in a broad selloff.
Shares of the Chinese Internet portal fall sharply in premarket trading.
A new CBOE China index and the FTSE/Xinhua China 25 ETF offer investors more ways to trade the boom.
There is formidable overhead resistance for the major indices.
Stocks like Yahoo!, eBay, Amazon are up sharply on above-average volume.
The low volatility is frustrating, but ConEd, NetEase and others seem playable.
The newest Chinese Net stock looks like another battleground for fans and skeptics of the China growth story.
After a three-day selloff that broke support levels, the market needs more than a day to shift gears.
The once-hot group resumes its sharp retreat after a second-quarter sales warning.
That's OK, though. Savor these quiet times. Also, charts of the Dow, Netease and more.
The online company sees second-quarter earnings and sales below estimates.
The agency's staff recommends a civil suit over a year 2000 restatement.
Four digits could be possible, but don't worry just yet. Plus, QLogic, Level 3 and more.
The second Chinese Internet stock to report earnings Tuesday does a sight better than its rival.
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