|Bid||43.56 x 800|
|Ask||44.08 x 800|
|Day's range||43.40 - 44.37|
|52-week range||34.26 - 74.68|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||2.14|
|PE ratio (TTM)||17.47|
|Earnings date||02 Mar 2020 - 08 Mar 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||48.33|
China is sending a team of experts to Thailand - after the death of one of its panda diplomats sparked outrage on social media. Chuang Chuang died in a Thai zoo on Monday (September 16). Chinese social media lit up with outrage at the unexpected death, with a hashtag drawing in 250 million views on Weibo. One user said 'Thailand is so evil... we shouldn't be renting out pandas after this!' Beijing has been engaged in what's often dubbed panda diplomacy since the 1950s. Using their iconic bears as signs of goodwill across the world. President Xi recently presented Russia's president Putin with two furry ambassadors in Moscow. In France, President Macron's wife was named godmother of a feisty young cub back in 2017. Now Chinese Weibo users are saying 'no more pandas for Thailand'. Zoo staff held a moment of silence ahead of a news conference on Tuesday (September 17). One zookeeper said the staff loved and nurtured Chuang Chuang, and hopes everyone will miss him like they do. The cause of his death is still unknown. The zoo says they can't perform an autopsy on the 19-year-old until the Chinese authorities arrive on Thursday (September 19). Pandas generally live around 14 to 20 years in the wild, and up to 30 in captivity - according to the WWF.
Chinese citizens commemorated the death of whistleblower Li Wenliang on social media in a nationwide online vigil on Friday, posting photos of candles and the phrase “never forget” in a co-ordinated act of remembrance. marked a pivotal moment in the coronavirus outbreak, as its rapid spread presents President Xi Jinping with his gravest political and economic challenge since assuming power in 2012. Li became a martyr for millions of Chinese after alerting others to the new coronavirus, only to be punished by police and then to die of the virus himself.
A Chinese doctor who became a hero to millions for raising the alarm over the coronavirus epidemic has died, sparking an outpouring of grief and anger. After earlier reports that Li Wenliang had passed away, medical officials said he was in fact in critical condition. The hospital in Wuhan, the centre of the outbreak, later said in a statement on Weibo, the Twitter-like social media platform, that Li had died after he too was infected.
A poor Chinese county downriver from the city at the centre of the coronavirus epidemic has had transport links severed by its neighbours as concerns grow about the extent of official mismanagement of the deadly outbreak. to the outbreak in Wuhan, the city where the coronavirus was first discovered late last year but only widely reported last month as the number of cases surged. Now Poyang county, a small, rural part of Jiangxi province down the Yangtze river from Wuhan, has grabbed the attention of regional officials and social media users as a potential site of another clumsily managed outbreak.
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