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  • Calendar event / 27 July 2017 at 22:31 GMT

    CN Baidu.com

    forecast
    actual
    High EPS
    1.2188
    1.67
    High EPS Adj
    2.36
    High Net Profit
    651M
    Med Revenue
    3.08B
  • Calendar event / 27 October 2016 at 20:30 GMT

    CN Baidu.com

    forecast
    actual
    High EPS Adj
    1.49
    High Profit (or Loss)
    465.2M
    High EPS or Loss per share
    1.28
    Med Revenue
    2.74B
  • Editor’s Picks / 13 March 2016 at 23:24 GMT

    Novel call for offshore banking hub on disputed islet

    The Sydney Morning Herald
    A Chinese official has a novel plan for Woody Island, a tiny contested speck in the South China Sea. Han Fangming, a businessman and political adviser, says the government ought to turn the 2.13 square-kilometre outpost into China's version of the British Virgin Islands. His pitch is to use it as a hub for company registration. Companies like Alibaba and Baidu are doing business in the Cayman Islands, so why not bring that money home? The island is the largest of the Paracel Islands, claimed by China, Vietnam and Taiwan. Making the island look and act like an ordinary Chinese city would bolster Beijing's claim that these islands serve civilian purposes – an idea it's keen to sell, at home and abroad.
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  • Trade view / 19 November 2015 at 10:12 GMT
    Medium term

    Baidu back in a positive structure

    Trader / TheSteadyTrader.com
    United States
    Baidu shares have seen some wild swings over the past few months, which is not unusual for Chinese internet stocks. The recent rally has put the stock back into a more constructive posture through the medium-term lens, which is to say that a "buy-the-dip" approach may again be warranted.
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  • Trade view / 19 November 2015 at 3:52 GMT
    Strategic trade

    Tech giant Baidu gets a boost from Ctrip travel earnings

    China Watcher / Shanghai
    China
    After announcing a partnership with online travel leader Ctrip, tech giant Baidu will be looking to benefit from its new partner’s earnings release. Investors will want to learn how the two firms will collaborate. In addition, travel search engine Qunar will announce its earnings on November 23.
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  • Article / 04 November 2015 at 8:00 GMT

    Morning Markets: Tesla accelerates, Asia gives chase

    Senior Editor / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Morning Markets: Tesla accelerates, Asia gives chase
    After last night's New York bell, carmaker Tesla saw its shares jump by nearly 10% in the after-hours session as investors waxed bullish on the company's prospects. The move followed a bullish US day and preceded an even more bullish Asian session as risk-on makes its electrifying return to world markets.
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  • Article / 04 November 2015 at 1:06 GMT

    Big spender Baidu needs a strategy makeover

    China Watcher / Shanghai
    China
    Big spender Baidu needs a strategy makeover
    Baidu’s Q3 earnings were well received, but the firm’s excessive spending is raising concerns, The search engine company doesn’t have any viable rivals in China. Given this monopolistic position, the firm should be able to grow revenues without having to hemorrhage money.
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  • Trade view / 27 October 2015 at 1:39 GMT
    Strategic trade

    Ctrip deal upgrades Baidu to first class

    China Watcher / Shanghai
    China
    Baidu and Ctrip announced a share exchange involving travel site Qunar, which will see Ctrip take a 45% stake in Qunar and Baidu take a 25% in Ctrip. This is a major move because Ctrip is a big independent service provider in China, unattached to any of the trio of tech giants. Baidu will now be able to offer the best travel services in China, and Alibaba and Tencent won’t be able to compete.
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