LightInTheBox Holding Co., Ltd.NYSE
Mon, Sep. 19, 6:02 AM
Mon, Jun. 13, 6:09 AM
- LightInTheBox (NYSE:LITB): Q1 EPS of $0.02 beats by $0.07.
- Revenue of $67.3M (-23.2% Y/Y) beats by $0.47M.
Mon, Apr. 11, 6:33 AM
- LightInTheBox (NYSE:LITB): Q4 EPS of $0.12 beats by $0.11.
- Revenue of $95.92M (-20.2% Y/Y) beats by $14.69M.
Tue, Feb. 16, 11:10 AM
- Many beaten-up Chinese tech names are up strongly on a morning the Nasdaq is up 1%. The gains comes after the Shanghai and Shenzhen exchanges respectively rose 3.3% and 4.1% overnight; strong new loan data and PBOC cash-removal efforts helped.
- Alibaba (BABA +6.7%) is one today's standouts, and that naturally means Yahoo (YHOO +5.8%), which (for now) is still pursuing a reverse spinoff of its core business to better monetize its 384M-share Alibaba stake, is also posting big gains. Fellow Chinese e-commerce firms JD.com (JD +7.6%), Vipshop (VIPS +7.9%), LightInTheBox (LITB +6.7%), and Dangdang (DANG +8.3%) are also doing well.
- Other big gainers include Weibo (WB +9.5%), Momo (MOMO +16.8%), Leju (LEJU +9.4%), NetEase (NTES +6.7%), Changyou (CYOU +6.5%), Bitauto (BITA +8.9%), 58.com (WUBA +6.8%), Cheetah Mobile (CMCM +5.8%), NQ Mobile (NQ +5.4%), 500.com (WBAI +5.6%), Baozun (BZUN +6.7%), and Xunlei (XNET +6.8%).
- ETFs: CQQQ, KWEB, QQQC, EMQQ
Dec. 21, 2015, 12:45 PM
Dec. 21, 2015, 5:58 AM
- LightInTheBox (NYSE:LITB): Q3 EPS of $0.07 misses by $0.07.
- Revenue of $80.17M (-18.8% Y/Y) beats by $11.54M.
Dec. 3, 2015, 10:37 AM| Dec. 3, 2015, 10:37 AM
Oct. 26, 2015, 12:45 PM
Sep. 16, 2015, 12:45 PM
Sep. 16, 2015, 6:02 AM
- LightInTheBox (NYSE:LITB): Q2 EPS of -$0.12 misses by $0.05.
- Revenue of $79.45M (-11.5% Y/Y) misses by $0.27M.
Sep. 15, 2015, 5:30 PM
Sep. 4, 2015, 2:38 PM
- A slew of Chinese firms are among the biggest tech decliners as U.S. markets once more go into risk-aversion mode following a weaker-than-expected jobs report. The Guggenheim China Tech ETF (CQQQ -3.3%) is now down 19% YTD.
- Big decliners include Alibaba (BABA -4.7%), as well as e-commerce peers JD.com (JD -6.6%), Vipshop (VIPS -7.9%), and LightInTheBox (LITB -3.8%). Others include Qihoo (QIHU -4.4%), Autohome (ATHM -5.3%), Sina (SINA -4.7%), YY (YY -4.3%), Ctrip (CTRP -4.3%), Qunar (QUNR -4.4%), Wowo (WOWO -5.8%), and iDreamSky (DSKY -5.6%).
- Yesterday, Bloomberg reported Alibaba founder/chairman Jack Ma and vice chairman Joseph Tsai plan to take out a $2B+ margin loan pledged against their Alibaba stock holdings, rather than sell shares to raise funds. The money reportedly could go towards Tsai's Blue Pool Capital family office.
- After initially moving higher, Qihoo is now below where it traded before posting a Q2 EPS beat (and not providing any guidance) on Tuesday afternoon.
- ETFs: KWEB, QQQC, EMQQ
Aug. 25, 2015, 12:56 PM
- The Shanghai exchange fell another 7.6% overnight, but that has been overshadowed by a surprise rate cut (delivered after Chinese markets closed) by the PBOC and a 3.4% Nasdaq gain. The Guggenheim China Tech ETF (CQQQ +5.3%) is up 16% from its Monday morning low, and down 36% from a May peak of $45.64.
- Alibaba (BABA +6.5%) is among today's big gainers, as are e-commerce peers JD.com (JD +8.7%), Vipshop (VIPS +6.9%), LightInTheBox (LITB +13.1%), and Jumei (JMEI +12.1%). Other standouts include Weibo (WB +19.8%), 51job (JOBS +11.5%), Bitauto (BITA +10.2%), NQ Mobile (NQ +9.7%), Sohu (SOHU +6.7%), Ctrip (CTRP +8.1%), and NetEase (NTES +8.3%).
- E-House (EJ +9.8%) and subsidiary Leju (LEJU +8.6%) are up strongly after posting Q2 beats (I, II) and respectively reiterating full-year revenue guidance of $1.05B-$1.1B (+16%-22% Y/Y) and $600M-$620M (+21%-25%). Qunar (QUNR +6.2%) is doing well after posting mixed Q2 results and issuing strong Q3 sales guidance.
- ETFs: QQQC, KWEB, EMQQ
Jun. 30, 2015, 11:00 AM
- Hit hard in recent weeks as the Shanghai and Shenzhen exchanges posted bear market-caliber declines following a massive run-up, Chinese Web/mobile stocks are bouncing today (CQQQ +2.7%) after Beijing drafted rules allowing its state pension funds to invest up to 30% of their net asset value in equities, a move that could lead up to $97B to flow into stocks. Shanghai and Shenzhen respectively posted 5.5% and 4.8% overnight gains.
- Major gainers include Sky-mobi (MOBI +6.8%), Jumei (JMEI +5.8%), Baozun (BZUN +4.6%), LightInTheBox (LITB +4.9%), Autohome (ATHM +5%), iDreamSky (DSKY +3.9%), ChinaCache (CCIH +3.2%), SouFun (SFUN +3.6%), and Leju (LEJU +3.5%). The Nasdaq is up 0.4%.
- ETFs: KWEB, QQQC, EMQQ
Jun. 29, 2015, 3:38 PM
- A long list of tech companies are posting big declines as the Nasdaq drops 2.2% amid a market rout triggered by expectations of a pending Greek default.
- 6%+ decliners include program guide/content protection IP firm Rovi (ROVI -9.5%), ultracapacitor maker Maxwell (MXWL -8.2%), wireless charging tech developer Energous (WATT -9%), cybersecurity hardware/software provider KEYW Holding (KEYW -8.5%), LED sapphire wafer maker Rubicon (RBCN -10.8%), IP licensing firm WiLAN (WILN -7.1%), security software provider Wave Systems (WAVX -11.6%), online video hosting platform Brightcove (BCOV -7%).
- In a repeat of Friday's trading, many Chinese tech names are also off sharply. The group includes mobile app developer Cheetah Mobile (CMCM -9.7%), e-commerce services firm Baozun (BZUN -8%), online travel agency eLong (LONG -15.3%), and online retailer LightInTheBox (LITB -7.8%).
- See also: LinkedIn, Yandex/Qiwi, solar stocks, Xoom, AppliedMicro
Jun. 19, 2015, 1:06 PM
- The Shanghai and Shenzhen exchanges have continued a recent correction by respectively falling 6.4% and 5.9%. On a 12-month basis, the indices remain up 121% and 164%.
- Major U.S.-traded Chinese decliners include YY (YY -6.8%), Vipshop (VIPS -5.4%), Bitauto (BITA -7%), Sky-mobi (MOBI -6.8%), NQ Mobile (NQ -6.1%), ChinaCache (CCIH -4.7%), and LightInTheBox (LITB -3.9%). SouFun is also off after its CEO suggested in a local interview his company isn't going private.
- ETFs: CQQQ, KWEB, QQQC, EMQQ
- 2 days ago: Chinese Internet stocks jump after Qihoo's buyout offer, overseas rally
- 4 days ago: Chinese Internet stocks hit hard as Shanghai, Shenzhen correct