Xiaomi Corporation is a Chinese electronics company headquartered in Beijing and listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (stock code:1810). Xiaomi produces smartphones, laptops, and Internet of things (IoT) products, as well as internet services. It was founded by Lei Jun in 2010 and grew rapidly to a major tech player in China. Xiaomi started its international expansion from 2014 and went public on HKSE in July 2018.
Buffet is known as a pioneer of the value investing approach to identify investment opportunities. This methodology involves reading through financial statements in order to identify cases where the market has mispriced stocks. Value investors actively seek out the stocks they believe the market has undervalued, and investors who use this strategy think the market may have overreacted to either good or bad news, which results in stock price movements that may not necessarily correspond to a company’s long-term fundamentals.
The Fed held FOMC meeting on September 25th and 26th and decided to raise short-term interest rates by 0.25%. After the FOMC meeting, Federal Reserve Board members and Federal Reserve Bank presidents released Summary of Economic Projections, which showed the same FFR projection as last time.
Alibaba has barely been
trading at the NYSE for five years. The company had its IPO on 18th September 2014, and by close of trade, Alibaba had raised US$25 billion. It’s still the world’s highest IPO valuation to date. The next morning, when Alibaba officially started its run in the NYSE, the company was valued at US$231 billion, a figure it has doubled in half a decade. It holds position 9 in the list of the Top 10 global companies by brand value.