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Earnings preview: China Finance Online (JRJC)

Aug. 01, 2005 2:00 PM ET
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Ezra Marbach

A number of Chinese companies are reporting Q2 2005 earnings results this week including China Finance Online (ticker: JRJC), Netease (ticker: NTES), Sina (ticker: SINA), 51Job (ticker: JOBS), Ctrip (ticker: CTRP) and eLong (ticker: LONG). Here is a preview of today's results from China Finance Online:

Q2 Consensus Estimates

  • Net revenue of $1.8 million.
  • Earnings per ADS of $0.06.

Q2 Management Guidance

Q3 Consensus Estimates (just in case)

  • Net revenue of $1.96 million.
  • Earnings per ADS of $0.06.

Earnings / Conference Call Details

  • Date: Monday August 1, 2005.
  • Earnings Release: After close of US stock market.
  • Conference Call: 9PM Eastern.
  • U.S Toll Free Number +1-877-847-0047, Hong Kong Dial In Number +852-3006-8101, Singapore Toll Free Number 800-852-3396. Password for all regions: 5510.
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Ezra Marbach is a former investment banker who lived in Beijing in 2002-03 where he studied Mandarin Chinese and worked for a venture capitalist. Ezra previously worked for Internet-based venture capital firm UniversityAngels.com. Prior to that, he worked in the corporate finance department of Gerard Klauer Mattison, a NY-based boutique investment bank. Ezra graduated from Cornell University.

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