JD.com Inc. Sponsored ADR Class A
87.21 - 89.89
35.24 - 95.5
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jangan op kalau tidak ada data di jadwal kita, data kita hanya sampai jam 20.30wib setelah itu tidak ada lagi. so jangan overtrading🙏 > @Gus.A.M said: indikator sih kliatannya uda oversold ni ya, dollar jg uda ketemu support.. smoga mantul jd support become resistance.. . dillar turun euro naik.. 🤲🙏 gk tau lagi kalo news mndukung malah dollar mnguat..
UK Market UK finished in the red yesterday, amid speculation that the Covid-19 restrictions in Britain were set to get even tougher. Smith & Nephew eased 2.6%, as the company expects to report a decline in its fourth quarter revenue. Grainger lost 2.0%, after the company acquired a forward fund build to rent (BTR) development in Bristol in a deal worth £63.1 million. easyJet fell 1.9%. The company signed a five-year loan facility worth $1.87 billion supported by a partial guarantee from UK Export Finance. On the other hand, Signature Aviation jumped 7.3%, after Global Infrastructure Partners finalised a deal to buy the company for about $4.6 billion. JD Sports Fashion advanced 3.8%, after the sportswear retailer forecasted its annual profit to be significantly ahead of market expectations. The FTSE 100 declined 1.1%, to close at 6,798.5, while the FTSE 250 fell 1.4%, to end at 20,776.1. .
UK Market Markets finished in the green yesterday, on hopes for a post-Brexit trade deal. Dixons Carphone climbed 12.3%, after reporting strong trading in the six months to the end of October. JD Sports Fashion advanced 3.7%, after a top broker raised its target price on the stock to 975.0p from 900.0p. Travis Perkins added 2.2%, as the company posted a rise in its same store sales in October. Workspace Group rose 1.4%, after a top broker upped its target price on the stock to 820.0p from 700.0p. On the flipside, Petrofac declined 5.6%, after increasing its target for cost cuts as company was trading in line with expectations in uncertain conditions. Bunzl dropped 3.7%, after the distribution and services group forecasted lower growth for next year. The FTSE 100 advanced 0.9%, to close at 6,570.9, while the FTSE 250 rose 1.2%, to end at 20,096.6. .
UK Market Markets finished mixed yesterday. Chemring Group climbed 10.7%, after posting an upbeat annual result. Redrow climbed 3.3%, following a rating upgrade on the stock to 'Overweight' from 'Neutral'. JD Sports Fashion advanced 3.0%, after the company acquired US based, Shoe Palace, for a consideration of $325.0 million along with an equity share in the enlarged group for the company’s founders. BP added 0.4%, after a top broker raised its target price on the stock to 475.0p from 400.0p. WPP rose 0.3%. The advertising company announced that it would restate its financial statements for 2017, 2018 and 2019 to comply with accounting rules. Meanwhile, Airtel Africa plunged 20.2%, after an institutional investor sold 60 million shares in the telecommunications company in a placing. The FTSE 100 declined 0.3%, to close at 6,513.3, while the FTSE 250 rose 0.4%, to end at 19,852.4. .
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CEO: Qiangdong Liu
HQ: 20th Floor, Building A, No. 18, Kechuang 11th Street, Yizhuang Economic and Technological Development Zone, Daxing District Beijing, 101111 Beijing