Tencent shares closed 2.38% higher in Hong Kong trading at HK$430 each, extending their year-to-date gain past 125% and giving the company a market capitalisation of just over HK$4.08 billion ($522 billion), edging past Facebook's close of $519 billion and Alibaba's $484.5 billion.
The stock has risen more than 11% since China's internet gaming giant -- and significant Snap Inc. (SNAP) shareholder -- posted much stronger-than-expected third quarter earnings on Thursday Nov. 16 and pledged to stoke investment into its lucrative online content machine.
How do Tencent and Facebook compare? Let's take a look at the numbers.
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