0992.HK - Lenovo Group Limited

HKSE - HKSE Delayed price. Currency in HKD
5.730
-0.150 (-2.55%)
At close: 4:08PM HKT
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Previous close5.880
Open5.850
Bid5.720 x 0
Ask5.730 x 0
Day's range5.700 - 5.890
52-week range3.530 - 6.030
Volume38,272,252
Avg. volume37,495,202
Market cap68.845B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.64
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.131
Earnings date21 Feb 2019
Forward dividend & yield0.27 (4.62%)
Ex-dividend date2018-11-21
1y target est0.73
  • Lenovo, ZTE tumble as investors fret over impact of China's hack report
    Reuters Videos4 months ago

    Lenovo, ZTE tumble as investors fret over impact of China's hack report

    Shares of Chinese hardware companies fell sharply on Friday, led by computer maker Lenovo which lost more than a fifth of its value. It was not immediately clear what was the cause, but the declines follow a Bloomberg Businessweek report that U.S. tech companies' systems had been infiltrated by malicious chips inserted by Chinese intelligence agents. Ed Giles reports.

  • An Intrinsic Calculation For Lenovo Group Limited (HKG:992) Shows It’s 26.58% Undervalued
    Simply Wall St.2 days ago

    An Intrinsic Calculation For Lenovo Group Limited (HKG:992) Shows It’s 26.58% Undervalued

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  • A Foolish Take: PC Shipments Fall for the 7th Straight Year
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  • How Should Investors Feel About Lenovo Group Limited’s (HKG:992) CEO Pay?
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    How Should Investors Feel About Lenovo Group Limited’s (HKG:992) CEO Pay?

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  • Barrons.comlast month

    Lenovo Says It Is ‘Business as Usual,’ Despite China Worries

    China’s slowing economy and trade troubles have been a cloud over this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. As one of China’s largest technology companies, with annual revenue of about $45 billion and the top-selling PC maker in the world, Lenovo has been closely watched amid escalating U.S.-China trade tensions and a deceleration in China. “We’re staunch believers in fair trade and open markets,” Matt Zielinski, president of Lenovo North America, told Barron’s at CES on Wednesday.

  • Bloomberglast month

    U.S. Paints Qualcomm Ex-Licensing Chief as Monopoly Enforcer

    The Federal Trade Commission, with the assistance of Huawei Technologies Co., Samsung Electronics Co. and Motorola, repeatedly points to Reifschneider’s alleged threats while he worked for Qualcomm to cut off chip supply as evidence of anti-competitive practices. Although Reifschneider won’t set foot in the San Jose, California, federal courthouse for this trial, his name is invoked almost hourly. Reifschneider was Qualcomm’s general manager of technology licensing for four years until June 2016, preceded by years as the company’s outside counsel.

  • Western Tech Is Ready to Name the Next Red Menace
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    Western Tech Is Ready to Name the Next Red Menace

    Dell and HPE would benefit from Lenovo being mentioned in the same breath as Huawei, regardless of whether it poses a similar threat to the huge networking-equipment maker — or any threat at all. A series of Western acquisitions, including the Motorola phone brand in 2014, also makes it far less China-heavy.

  • The U.S.’s Star Witness in the Qualcomm Antitrust Suit: China's Huawei
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    The U.S.’s Star Witness in the Qualcomm Antitrust Suit: China's Huawei

    Huawei Technologies Co. and Lenovo Group Ltd. provided testimony that the FTC argues proves that Qualcomm threatened to withhold chip supply unless they continued to pay technology licensing fees. In 2013 negotiations over new chip-sets, Qualcomm allegedly informed Huawei that if it didn’t extend the code division multiple access, or CDMA, license agreement, “they would stop supplying the chips,” Huawei General Counsel Nanfen Yu said in a video deposition played for the court. “Everyone in the industry knows” how Qualcomm operates.

  • GlobeNewswire2 months ago

    Cumulus Networks Partners with Lenovo to Deliver Networking Switches for the Open, Modern Data Center

    MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Dec. 10, 2018 -- Cumulus Networks, the leaders in building networking software for the open, modern, data center, today announced a partnership with.

  • Simply Wall St.2 months ago

    Is Lenovo Group Limited (HKG:992) A Financially Sound Company?

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  • Lenovo’s Profit Beat Came From Accounting Gains
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Lenovo’s Profit Beat Came From Accounting Gains

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- Lenovo Group Ltd.’s net income beat analysts’ expectations by $53 million, or 45 percent.

  • Simply Wall St.3 months ago

    How Much Of Lenovo Group Limited (HKG:992) Do Insiders Own?

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  • IBM Snags $240 Million AI Deal
    Motley Fool4 months ago

    IBM Snags $240 Million AI Deal

    The tech company will help the leading PC maker trim customer service costs.

  • HP Loses the PC Crown to Lenovo Again -- But Does It Matter?
    Motley Fool4 months ago

    HP Loses the PC Crown to Lenovo Again -- But Does It Matter?

    The Chinese PC giant stages a comeback against its American rival.

  • PC Shipments Data for Q3 Out, Lenovo Reclaims Top Position
    Zacks4 months ago

    PC Shipments Data for Q3 Out, Lenovo Reclaims Top Position

    Third quarter PC shipments benefit from improving demand from businesses customers but weakness in consumer PC market is a concern.

  • Is Lenovo’s Super Micro Headache a Catalyst for HP?
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    Is Lenovo’s Super Micro Headache a Catalyst for HP?

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  • Asia Tech Stocks Hit 15-Month Low on U.S.-China Tension
    Bloomberg4 months ago

    Asia Tech Stocks Hit 15-Month Low on U.S.-China Tension

    The MSCI AC Asia Pacific Infotech Index hit the lowest since July 2017 on Friday as investors digested a Bloomberg News report that China had infiltrated American companies with a hardware hack three years ago. The story came the same day Vice President Mike Pence criticized China across economic, commercial and diplomatic fronts in a keynote speech. While the two nations were already embroiled in a months-long tariff-raising trade confrontation, the latest developments raise the broader question of the place of China -- and its Asian suppliers -- in the supply chain that feeds through to the U.S. consumer.

  • China tech stocks Lenovo, ZTE tumble after chip hack report
    Associated Press4 months ago

    China tech stocks Lenovo, ZTE tumble after chip hack report

    HONG KONG (AP) — Chinese tech stocks Lenovo Group and ZTE Corp. tumbled in Hong Kong on Friday following a news report Chinese spies might have used chips supplied by another company to hack into U.S. computer systems.

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  • World’s Worst Tech Stock Becomes China’s Hottest in Five Months
    Bloomberg5 months ago

    World’s Worst Tech Stock Becomes China’s Hottest in Five Months

    Lenovo Group Ltd. has seen its shares surge 43 percent in the nearly five months since the announcement of its removal from the Hang Seng Index -- an increase that beats every other Chinese technology stock during the same period while outperforming the broader Hang Seng index that this month slumped into a bear market. The rapid reboot of the PC manufacturer’s shares is a welcome surprise for investors who had grown accustomed to Lenovo being the world’s worst-performing technology stock, plunging 56 percent between March 2013 and April as it repeatedly missed turnaround targets for its embattled smartphone business.