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Hallo Freunde,
bei mir läuft gerade :CHINA Coverage initiated at Buy - CSFB über den Ticker!!!! Ein * buy *von Credit Suisse First Boston für china !!!!!(steht noch nicht im www)
cu Yen
Ps.:Bravo bezgl.Banner!Das Interesse unglaublich,gratuliere zu eurer clickquote!
Hallo yen,
wenn das Kopliment von dir kommt adelt es.Ich nehme es stellvertretend für die Mannschaft hier entgegen,danke.
@BobbyBrown,ich dachte schon Du hast die Schnauze von uns voll,schön zu wissen das Du noch dabei bist.

So,jetzt darf die Cheffin von der *Ichredeallesgesund.dotcom-Abteilung* das erste mal was zu den Entlassungen bei china sagen!
Susan Chan sagte heute :

The cuts, which came out of a total work force of approximately 2,000, were necessary to "streamline and consolidate" Chinadotcom`s operations, said Susan Chan, a Chinadotcom spokeswoman.
The layoffs hit a company that has billed itself as more seaworthy than many other companies sailing the stormy seas of the Asian Internet industry. With approximately US$560 million in cash reserves, its average monthly losses of about US$4 million are not in danger of sinking the company in the near future, Chan said. The company expects to turn a profit by the end of 2001.
Amid steep losses and layoffs at other Internet companies in Hong Kong and China, including portal operator Tom.com Ltd. and community and entertainment site RenRen.com Holdings Inc., Chinadotcom last month created an investment unit, Chinadotcom Ventures, to buy interests in Asian Internet companies, many of which have been pummeled in stock-market declines originally triggered by April`s U.S. Nasdaq correction.
Yet, like other Internet companies, Chinadotcom faces a tough competitive environment and high expectations from shareholders, she said.
"We`re under great pressure to become profitable very quickly," Chan said. "If we were not to do what we have done, it would be irresponsible and would place us at great risk in a short period of time," she said.
Despite the retrenchment, Chinadotcom plans to expand its work force overall by 20 percent by year`s end. Chan would not comment on which facilities or departments will add staff, but said China continues to be a major focus for the company. The employees who were laid off could not be transferred to other cities or departments, she said.
The Asian Internet hype of late last year and early this year made the current cutbacks at Chinadotcom and other companies inevitable, according to Joe Sweeney, an analyst at Gartner Group Inc. Asia-Pacific, in Hong Kong.
"The problem with Chinadotcom is not that it`s getting rid of people, it`s that the expectations were too high to start with," Sweeney said. Though its diverse businesses put Chinadotcom in a better position than some Internet companies to make money, the company is not focused enough, he added.
The layoffs are a move in the right direction, he said.
"The companies that are recognizing the problem now and taking some action are going to be in better shape," Sweeney said
cu 6er-Pack
Hallo Familie,
jetzt stehts drinn und da ich es gefunden habe befördere ich mich selbst zum Trüffelschwein.
Hahaha,bitte sehr:
Chinadotcom Corp CHINA CSFB at Buy
http://biz.yahoo.com/c/20000829/i.html?china

@yen,
You are so wonderful:D:D:D , lieber yen ich danke dir!


@ Freigänger!
Um deine Frage;die in 2 Teile gegliedert ist sofort und unmittelbar zu beantworten ,*ja und nein *. Weißt du ich halte es wie der Spiegel, der hat auch 2 Zielgruppen.Für die erste von beiden wird geschrieben und da die zweite Guppe seit geraumer Zeit überwiegt , wird richtig heftig bebildert,so auch bei mir.Ich möchte dir gratulieren,du gehörst zur ersten Kategorie und hebst dich von dieser erstaunlicherweise noch vorbildlich ab,denn es scheint als ob du einer der wenigen bist die außer der Fähigkeit zu lesen,zudem noch den nötigen Verstand hat dies alles umzusetzen. Die nächsten literarischen Ergüße plane ich übrigens in englisch zu verfaßen.Da hier die Mehrheit bei WO anscheinend nur dieser Sprache mächtig ist erhoffe ich mir einen wesentlich größeren Marktanteil.Ich habe mich aus diesem Grund schon bei der Volkshochschule für den Kurs:*Englisch und Wasserkochen leicht gemacht*,eingeschrieben,du siehst ich bin immer *Szenenah *und *Trendy*.
Vielleicht trinken wir mal irgendwo ein Redbull zusammen und plaudern wieder ein wenig,bis dahin nur das Allerbeste .
Etwas total nebensächliches,hältst du zufällig 8006 ;)?

@BobbyBrown!
Jo soag amol di gibts ano ,thank you!!!!!,siehst du wie ich mich freue.(meine Autogrammkarten sind im Druck)Ja du hast recht,die Aktion mit den Bannern hat den Kurs unseres Threads derartig in die Höhe getrieben,das es schier unglaublich erscheint.Wehe du bleibst wieder so lange weg!

cu hastdumalnemark?
Guten Morgen Freunde!
@yen,warum lieferst Du keine strongies?
@BobbyBrown,soso Du träumst also vor Dich hin,hier mein Freund die aktuellenZahlen aus dem Part 38-*Gelesen gesamt: 1970 Gelesen heute: 33*!
Wir habens wieder mal geschafft,die Farbe ROT :
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Ansonsten gibt es nicht viel zu sagen,ich wollte Euch hiermit nur zeigen,daß auch ich am lesen bin.

Credit Suisse First Boston tried to focus attention on Asia with new "buy" recommendations for Chinadotcom (NASDAQ: CHINA <quotes?symbol=CHINA&type=Quote> ) and AsiaInfo Holdings (U:ASIA). The stocks diverged with Chinadotcom inching up 1/8 to 15 5/16 and AsiaInfo falling 5/8 to 34 1/8.

Diese Meldung - nun gut wer sich`s unbedingt anhören möchte,bitte sehr:

http://vuwin.on24.com/vuwindow/scripts/vuwin.asp?ref=comt&i…
(ON24 via COMTEX)-- Thirty Chinese dot-coms companies are planning a September auction of everything from domain names to entire businesses.

Und hier hab`ich noch was*LoL*,da darf unser Rudi palavern !

CATO INSTITUTE HOLDS CONFERENCE IN HONG KONG
Aug 30, 2000 (AsiaPulse via COMTEX) -- (Full text of a statement. Contact
details below.)
Hong Kong,30 Aug./PRNewswire-AsiaNet/--
WHAT: "Globalization, the WTO, and Capital Flows: Hong Kong`s Legacy,
China`s Future"
WHEN: September 4, 2000
WHERE: JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway
9 - 9:15 a.m. Welcoming Remarks
9:15 - 9:45 a.m. Keynote Address
for Trade Policy Studies, Cato Institute 12:30 - 1:15 p.m. Luncheon 1:15 - 2 p.m. Luncheon Address Raymond Ch`ien, Chairman of the Board of Directors, chinadotcom Corporation

Und damit alle wissen was Cato ist,bitte sehr:
Founded in 1977, the Cato Institute is a nonpartisan public policy research foundation headquartered in Washington, D.C. The Institute is named for Cato`s Letters, libertarian pamphlets that helped lay the philosophical foundation for the American Revolution.
cu barbie1
Hallo Aktionäre!
Nun da wir etwas Zeit haben,sollten wir uns auf die wichtigen Dinge des Lebens zu konzentrieren.Dieser Link ist für jeden 8006 Aktionär ein absolutes must : http://www.do-not-zzz.com/
cu 6er-Pack
Ps.: Das ist ein absoluter Geheimtip und natürlich * TOPSEKRET*!
Hallo Amigos,ich hab`wieder was in Sachen china gefunden!

@ 6er-Pack,genau das hat mir bis heute gefehlt.Spitzenmäßig!!!

8/30/00 - BMCMedia Boosts Billings and Revenue for Half Year
SYDNEY, Australia, Aug 30, 2000 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Australia`s largest online advertising network (based on Red Sheriff research), BMCMedia.com Ltd has posted significant gains in its billings and revenue for the six months to 30 June 2000, whilst holding costs and operating losses within budget.
The group`s gross billings reached $6.6 million for the six-month period, compared with $4.6 million for the full year to 31 December 1999, while its half-year revenue rose to $2.5 million, compared with $1.6 million for the 12 months to the end of December.

The revenue increase over the corresponding prior year period was 523%, providing proof of the rapid take-up of online advertising in the past year.

Meanwhile BMCMedia`s operating loss after tax of $6.87 million was within budget and reflects the company`s investment across the Asia Pacific region, where the company is positioning itself to become the dominant online marketing company.

Managing Director of BMCMedia, Murray Hamilton said "We are continuing to develop our early mover advantage in this rapidly growing sector of the market, with key staff in place and offices in all leading Asian cities."

"We are exploring a range of new growth opportunities which are allowing us to continue our expansion across Asia Pacific with a controlled and cost-effective strategy."

The company has delivered on its stated plans to launch into Asia and now has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Singapore, Hong Kong, Beijing, Taipei, Tokyo, New York and a joint venture in Korea. Whilst staffing levels increased from 47 to 109 across the region during the six-month period, the company held its operating costs within budget.

The New York office, which was opened in August, has been established to tap the significant US advertising spend trying to target Chinese language websites.

Subsequent to balance date, BMCMedia announced the issue of 7.75 million shares to one of Asia`s leading Internet companies, Chinadotcom Corporation, raising $8.45 million in cash, with options to acquire a further 7.75 million shares before 1 July 2001. As at 30 June 2000 the company had $22 million available to fund the business and was investing at the rate of approximately $1.2 million per month. The company is also in active discussions with strategic and financial investors with a view to further enhancing its working capital position.

During the period BMCMedia`s portfolio of web sites grew from 155 to 377, with 275 of them based in Asia and many of them in the Chinese language.

The company continues to grow its portfolio of represented sites, which includes leading Chinese language websites such as Sina, Sohu, renren and Eachnet as well as BTLooksmart, the ASX and Olympics.com, the official Sydney 2000 Olympic Games website, which is expected to generate more than 700 million page views during the Olympics. Gross advertising bookings onto the Olympic website are performing to forecast.

BMCMedia continues to exploit the strong growth in the online advertising market, which is expected to grow in Asia-Pacific from $US166 million in 1999 to $US 3.3 billion by 2004, according to Forrester Research Inc.

The company`s business strategy, the base of which is online advertising sales, also involves diversification of revenue and profit streams through development of a consulting business, inherint, and new interactive product offerings.

These are supported by two new business units, Encompass and adlab, which provide new media research and development services to help BMCMedia clients develop innovative new marketing capabilities.

Mr. Hamilton said, "These new businesses will be important in driving new revenue growth for the group over the coming year, as well as supporting the growth of our core online advertising business".

Another important aspect of BMCMedia`s growth strategy is the development of new interactive advertising products. In recent months, BMCMedia has introduced the VIP (`virtual internet portal`) network of websites, established to generate incremental revenue from "run of network or channel" advertising, as well as `inbox`, a one-stop shop for advertisers and online publishers to utilise email marketing.

Mr. Hamilton said, "These business initiatives are expected to add to our billings and revenue in the future, as they are rolled out across the markets in which we operate."

During the six-month period, BMCMedia also made strategic investments in two high growth Internet companies, both of which are expected to publicly list their shares during the next 12 months.

The first of these has been the purchase a 2 per cent stake for $1.64 million in US-based Tenzing Communications, which has developed a capability for in-flight access to emails and the Internet. This was funded by issuing 303,559 BMCMedia shares at a price of $5.39.

BMC Media has also paid $811,000 for a 0.7 per cent stake in Funge Systems Inc, which has patented technology to facilitate e-commerce transactions through the convergence of the Internet, mobile phones and smart cards.

While positioning itself for potentially strong capital returns from these investments, BMCMedia also has rights to represent them internationally.

Mr. Hamilton concluded, "Through our strategy of developing our mainstream online advertising business, strategic shareholder alliances, e-business consulting and new interactive product offerings, BMCMedia continues to develop its position as Asia-Pacific`s leading internet media group."

About BMCMedia.com Limited

BMCMedia.com (Australian Stock Exchange code: BMC) is Asia Pacific`s foremost Internet provider of online advertising and marketing solutions. Representing more than 400 independent web sites, including the official Sydney 2000 Olympic Games web site - olympics.com, Sina, Telstra, Sohu, renren, Boom, Real Networks, travel.com.au and outblaze, BMCMedia is the market leader in Australia and is establishing a significant market share in Asia. BMCMedia`s head office is in Sydney with regional offices in Melbourne, Singapore, Hong Kong, Beijing, Taipei, Tokyo and New York.
cu $10
Hallo Freunde,
china ist wiedermal im Gespräch.Und unser Baby stolpert weiter irgendwo im Keller rum.
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Conflict Arises in Sohu, 24/7 Asia Pact
By Steven Schwankert
Managing Editor, asia.internet.com
[August 30, 2000--HONG KONG] The meaning of the phrase "exclusive" seems to be at issue in an advertising alliance signed by China portal Sohu.com (Nasdaq:SOHU) and 24/7 Media Asia last week.

A joint statement issued August 21 by 24/7 Media Asia, its parent company, chinadotcom corporation (Nasdaq:CHINA), and Sohu.com said, "Under the agreement, 24/7 Media Asia will become Sohu`s exclusive global agent to sell its advertising space." The statement was subtitled, "Exclusive Global Advertising Strategic Alliance with chinadotcom`s 24/7 Media Asia," in a version available on chinadotcom corporation`s Web site at press time.

The matter came to light Wednesday when Sohu.com and Hong Kong-based advertising network Admomentum issued a statement announcing Sohu`s appointment of AdMomentum "as Overseas Advertising Sales Agent," it said. "This is the third non-exclusive appointment made by Sohu.com this year. BMC Media was appointed first in June, followed by the appointment of 24/7 Media earlier this month," the statement said, as found on PR Newswire.

AdMomentum representatives did not respond to requests for comment. Sohu.com representatives in Beijing could not be reached.

BMCMedia.com`s vice-president for business development Alex Jordan said, "We have received it in writing from Sohu that we still have a full agreement with them and that everything is working fine." Jordan said that Sohu`s explanation was, "24/7 has the same deal that [BMCMedia.com] have and it is not exclusive." He said that their contract with Sohu.com included worldwide representation for the markets in which BMCMedia operates, excluding China. Jordan said they had not altered their efforts on behalf of Sohu in any way.

chinadotcom and 24/7 Media Asia representatives postponed comment until clarification from Sohu.com management is received regarding the term "exclusive," and whether AdMomentum and other contracts pre-date last week`s agreement.

24/7 Media Asia is a wholly-owned subsidiary of chinadotcom corporation. AdMomentum is a member of DCP Holdings Limited (SEHK 497), formerly known as Ocean Information Holdings Limited.
cu brokenshare
Hallo Freunde,
dies hier aus Asia.internet!
ciau verarmt
OpportunityAsia von Chinadotcom startet am 19. Sep

Chinadotcoms OpportunityAsia hat eine ansehnliche Beachtung im Markt gewinnen können. Bei OpportunityAsia werden in einem interaktiven Forum in drei Städten Asiens Möglichkeiten erforscht, vom Internet zu profitieren.
Die Diskussionen bei OpportunityAsia werden dabei von Moderatoren geleitet. Heute wurde die neue Liste der Moderatoren veröffentlicht.
Auch die Tagungstermine wurden bekannt gegeben.
So wird OpportunityAsia in Hong Kong am 19. September, am 26. September in San Francisco und am 28. September in New York stattfinden.
Hauptziel ist eine Art " Brainstormiung" zur Entlarvung bisher unbeachteter Möglichkeiten, im Internet Geld zu verdienen.
James Stuart, Communications Director bei Chinadotcom, lobte heute die Auswahl an Sprechern und Moderatoren. Es handle sich nicht nur um wirtshaftliche Führungspersonen, sondern auch einfach um asiatische Individuen, die bereits Lebenserfahrung und auch Erfahrungen über das Internet gesammelt haben.

Bisher zählen zu den Sprechern

David Alstrom, Vice President, Ericsson (China); William Ding, CTO, Netease.com; Dr. Victor Fung, Chairman, Li & Fung; G. Mark Hardy, Managing Director, Guardent; Phil Kelly, Founder and Chairman, NetCel360; Koh Boon Hwee, Chairman, Singapore Telecom; Raymond Kwok, CEO, Sun E Vision; Kwong Ki Chi, Chairman, HK Exchanges & Clearing; James Shapiro, Senior Managing Director, Asia Pacific, NYSE; Kevin Tan, CEO, iamasia; Gigi Wang, Co-Founder, AsiaQuest; Charles Zhang, CEO, SOHU.com u.a...

Die Moderatoren haben dann die Aufgabe, die Diskussionen und Workshops zu lenken. Zu den Moderatoren zählen Adi Ignatius, Editor, TIME Asia; Peter Lovelock, Insight Division Director, Madeforchina; Duncan Clark, Managing Director, BDA (China) Limited; Ted Dean, Managing Director, BDA (China) Limited und andere...

Zu den Workshopthemen zählen: Möglichkeiten der Gewinnerwirtschaftung in Asien; Wege der Old Economy beim Gang Online; die Erschütterung der Internet Industrie; Chancen der Internetgesellschaften in Emerging Markets; Interaktives Marketing in Asien; Bezahlsysteme; Sicherheit im Internet; M-Commerce; WTO & China usw...
Hallo Freunde!
@verarmt,nichts Neues aber trotzdem vielen Dank,denn jetzt stehts halt mal in deutsch hier.
Na ja ,bis zum Ende des Jahres ist noch ein paar Tage hin,ob die Analysten damit was anfangen können.Der Kurs wird anspringen sobald china anfangt die Millis auszugeben!Bis dahin,vielleicht bringt 6er-Pack noch ein paar von seinen Top-Links.

Chinadotcom Plans to Enter India Internet Market by Year End
8/31/00 2:04:00 AM
Source: Bloomberg News
Hong Kong, Aug. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Chinadotcom Corp., an operator of Asian news and information Web sites, said it will enter India`s Internet market by the end of the year.

India and China are similar markets with great growth potential,`` said Peter Hamilton, the chief operating officer, at the Credit Suisse First Boston Technology Group conferences in Hong Kong.
Chinadotcom`s business areas include electronic-commerce, Internet portals and online advertising.
The firm, which owns and operates the China.com, Hongkong.com and Taiwan.com Web sites, may send up to 200 staff to India to set up an office. Hamilton declined to say how much the company will invest in India.
Hamilton noted that Chinadotcom will invest up to $500 million in Korea, Japan and China in the next 18 to 20 months.
Some Internet companies believe Asia may become one of the world`s most lucrative markets. Chinadotcom plans to grow through acquisitions in the region.
Chinadotcom shares rose 1.2 percent to $15.5 in the U.S. yesterday.

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Guten Morgen Freunde,
gestern gab es für die China -basher nichts zu lachen, aber was interessierts uns,wir sind doch long und diese läppischen zwo dollar und noch was ,sind doch bloß ein Tropfen auf dem heißen Stein.Da haben ein paar schlaue Investoren vor dem Labour day noch schnell zugefaßt,denn ab nächster Woche wird man vermutlich etwas tiefer in die Tasche greifen müßen ,wenn man sich die Aktie ins Depot legen möchte.

Chinadotcom chief Peter Hamilton
said India and China were similar markets, both with the potential for growth.


INTERNET portal companies are experiencing a surge in advertising revenue, despite a dip in interest from ailing dotcoms.
Hong Kong-based Chinadotcom already has 8 per cent of the Asian interactive advertising market and yesterday said it was on target to secure 6.5 per cent of the entire Asian advertising market by 2005.
Mainland portal Sohu.com, India-based Rediff.com and Korean dotcom Daum Communications also reported a leap in advertising revenue spurred by new income from large domestic companies.
But they admitted they were lucky to avoid taking serious hits as the dotcom sector dipped after the sharp Nasdaq correction in March.
``In the United States, many dotcom companies spent lots of money on portals,`` said Daum Communications chief Lee Jae Woong, at the Credit Suisse First Boston Technology Group conference in Hong Kong.
``In Asia they didn`t have time to spend much,`` he said.
In Europe and the United States, portals are still awaiting millions dollars in payment for advertising from dotcoms that crashed as funding ran short.
But Rediff.com chief Ajit Balakrishnan said portals could not ignore the dotcom market.
``If you don`t do business in dotcoms you`re looking at ignoring 25 to 30 per cent of the market,`` he said. ``We hedge the risk by making dotcoms pay much more. ``You have to balance your portfolios between them and the multinationals which are infamous for paying rock-bottom prices.``
Separately, Chinadotcom announced it would enter India`s market by the end of the year.
``India and China are similar markets and both have the potential for great growth,`` said chief operating officer Peter Hamilton.
Chinadotcom could employ 200 staff in India.
He declined to say how much the company would invest in the region.
Mr Balakrishnan said his company Rediff.com would not be damaged by any new entrants.
``India is a very diverse market,`` he said.
``Every conceivable media brand already exists. No one company has more than a single-digit percentage of market share.``

Hongkong profitiert von den guten Zahlen aus den USA,so auch wir.*LOL*
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cu gustav-gans
Hallo Ihr Millionäre in spe,
stellt Euch vor man hat den Anstieg gemerkt.An dieser Meldung sieht man,wie blöd der Autor ist.Der ist ungefähr so besch..en informiert wie 90% der User hier an Board.Also merkt Euch den Namen dieses Intelelktuellen " Michael Baron " .
Market Pulse
Friday, September 01, 2000

CHINA jumps 11.7 percent
--11:29 am - By Michael Baron
Chinadotcom (CHINA: news, msgs) is rising $2, or 11.3 percent, to $19.62 on heavy volume of 7.71 million shares. Average daily volume is 2.6 million. The Hong Kong provider of Internet services in Asia hasn`t issued a press release since August 25 when it announced plans to eliminate 48 jobs in China. Qiao Xing Universal Telephone, Thursday`s high-flier with an angle in China, is pulling back in early trading, losing $4.36, or 21.4 percent, to $16.12. The Chinese Ministry of Information Industry approved Qiao Xing Thursday as one of five winning bidders for the Ministry`s "CDMA network station core technology research and development project."


Und da haben wir noch was Halbschlaues von der Betsy,die Gute macht sich so Ihr Gedanken über die Portale und kommt dabei ein wenig ins philosiphieren :


Chinese Portals Search For Ad Dollars

By Betsy Schiffman
There used to be a little old-fashioned glamour involved with being a portal, but that`s out along with 24-year-old chief executives and dot-com IPOs. The glamour still lives, though, ironically enough, in China, where portals have a couple of big advertising and e-commerce hurdles ahead.
The Chinese portals are out in full force--including China.com , Sina.com , NetEase.com, Renren.com, Sohu.com--and they`re getting plenty of attention from investors. The appetite for U.S. portals is gone, mostly because the winners have already been established. Top ten Web property AltaVista, for example, recently postponed its IPO. Meanwhile, Chinese portal NetEase.com (proposed nasdaq ticker: NTES), with little more than a box of cash and an eye on the Chinese market, is expected to complete its IPO at the end of the month, led by Merrill Lynch.
The portal business model is largely dependent upon advertising sales, spruced up with a commerce and service revenue stream thrown in for good measure. For example, the largest pure-play portal in the United States, Yahoo! , generates about 80% of its total revenue from advertising. That`s not an impossible percentage to imagine, considering the amount of advertising bought and sold in the U.S.
Jupiter Communications predicts that for the year 2000, worldwide online advertising could reach $7 billion--with North America generating 75% of that total, or about $5.4 billion. In China, however, online advertising is a different story.
``The Asian market is incredibly different from the U.S.,`` says Patrick Wong, analyst at E-harmon zero gravity. ``The same model may work in Asia, but it`s going to take time to catch up.``
A Yahoo! Asia executive recently warned that development in Asia is coming slowly due to the high cost of accessing the Internet and a lack of quality content. If Yahoo!`s troubles in Asia serve as any example, portals could face rough waters in the short term.
The Chinese government has been notoriously reluctant to embrace the advertising market. Recent indications, however, show that it`s slowly opening up. Last month the government awarded nearly 30 Internet companies licenses to sell online advertising. However, it`s questionable whether the small and growing online advertising market will offer enough in sales in to keep the portals afloat.
According to Sina.com Chief Operating Officer Daniel Mao, the problems with advertising in China could be exaggerated.
``There are a lot of mixed messages about advertising in China. You may see fewer dot-com companies surviving on advertising, but the ad market is still fundamentally strong,`` Mao says. ``During the March quarter, we generated 84% of our revenue from advertising.``
China.com has been slightly more cautious about advertising. The company launched its portal only after rolling out a number of nonadvertising services, such as e-business solutions.
Similar to U.S. portals, most Chinese portals are banking on a percentage in commerce revenue. However, e-commerce in China may be as problematic as advertising. The Chinese culture remains reluctant to use credit cards, and China isn`t exactly a Federal Express culture. For Sina.com, the solution is to act as the ``mall manager`` and rent its property out to commerce players.
``There are a few issues with e-commerce in China,`` Mao says. ``In China you already have a grocery store you can walk to, whereas in the U.S., you have to get in the car and drive to buy anything. Also, people in China don`t use credit cards, and there are less efficient delivery systems. I don`t know that you can ever repeat a Webvan model
cu hastdumalnemark?
Habt ihr gelesen,sugar sagt,nächste Woche steigen wir?
cu verarmt
Ps.:Ich freu mich!!!
Abend an Alle !

Chinadotcom up as trade vote nears

By Carl Corry, CBS.MarketWatch.com
Last Update: 3:46 PM ET Sep 1, 2000 NewsWatch
Latest headlines

NEW YORK (CBS.MW) -- Shares of Chinadotcom soared as much as 15 percent Friday as investors anticipated a friendly outcome when the U.S. Senate votes on permanent normal trade status for China next week.
Chinadotcom (CHINA: news, msgs), which had been trading as high as $21.13 earlier in the session, eased to $19.31 in recent dealings.
Trading volume on the stock surged more than sixfold over its daily average to more than 10 million shares.
The company`s shares are up 30 percent, or $4.54, from its open on Monday.
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"We tend to trend with news about China and Asia," said Chinadotcom spokesman Craig Celek.

The Senate vote could come as early as Tuesday, when the Senate begins 30 hours of debate on Tuesday, but will also talk about other issues.

But, according to Les Alperstein of Washington Analysis, which tracks legislation for major institutional clients, it`s possible a vote won`t happen until next year

Celek said investors are also happy that Hong Kong-based Internet firm New World Cyberbase recently relinquished the remainder of its holdings in Chinadotcom. Celek said New World had brought the company`s stock price down several times when it sold portions of its shares after lock-up periods had expired.

Last week, Chinadotcom said it cut 48 jobs in China. The company employs about 2,100 people, Celek said.

cu respektlos
Hallo Leute,prima mit china!

Chinadotcom Call Buying Keeps Investors Interested
By Brian Louis
Staff Reporter
9/1/00 1:00 PM ET



The upbeat action that began Thursday on chinadotcom (CHINA:Nasdaq - news) seeped into Friday`s session as options traders continued to make optimistic bets on the stock.

Volatility Index
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chinadotcom, a pan-Asian Internet firm, has seen its stock surge for two consecutive sessions. The stock closed Wednesday at $15.50. Shares of chinadotcom were up $2.25, or 12.8%, to $19.88 on Friday. Volume on the stock was high Friday, with 8.7 million shares changing hands, well above the average daily volume of 1.7 million. Volume on the stock was also high on Thursday, with 5.8 million shares changing hands.

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Source: ILX

And that heat also is being felt in chinadotcom`s options, which have been active Thursday and Friday.

One trader at the Chicago Board Options Exchange pointed out there were "a lot" of call buyers on chinadotcom Friday, however he didn`t know what the motivation was behind the activity.

In his daily research note to clients, Larry McMillan of McMillan Analysis, pointed out options volume on chinadotcom on Thursday was unusually high. A total of 3,042 options traded, 2,927 of which were call options, McMillan said.

Average daily options volume on chinadotcom has been 587 contracts, he noted.

Such call option activity makes traders suspect that some positive event will drive the stock higher in the near future

On Friday, most of the volume in the options stayed on the call side. At the CBOE, where the heaviest volume was being seen, 217 of the out-of-the-money September 20 calls changed hands, trading up 11/16 ($68.75) to 1 3/8 ($137.50). The September 20 calls were also seeing decent volume on the American Stock Exchange and Philadelphia Stock Exchange.

On Aug. 28, Credit Suisse First Boston initiated coverage of chinadotcom with a buy rating on the stock, and a price target on the shares of $25.50. CSFB in the note projected chinadotcom will be profitable in the fourth quarter of 2001.

cu crashmaus
Servus an alle,

http://www.wenweipo.com/cgi-bin/shownews.cgi?newsid=fi090505…

http://www.mingpaonews.com/20000905/ecf1r.htm" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.mingpaonews.com/20000905/ecf1r.htm

Sind 2 links, auf denen was zu 8006 stehen soll. Leider sind beide in chinesisch. Weiterhin funktionierte der erste link nicht richtig. Vielleicht kennt ja einer von Euch ein Übersetzungsprogramm.
Ach ja, die links sind mir von stockhouse.com per newsletter zugeschickt worden.

Ciao
4dot
im NTV-TEXT machen die jungs auch BAMBULE
600 % mit CHINA.COM ???
ich weiß nicht welche die meinen ?

COL ?
bye
andy
HyHyHyHy hier ist maui!!!

Ihr seit mir ja ein müder haufen. keine stückezahlen in meinen thready abgegeben und hier auch nichts neues noch posten wollen. wo soll den dies noch enden. könnt doch nicht einfach hongkong.comi.. so vernachlässigen.
also danne werde ich mal hier was zum besten geben:

hongkong.com feuert Personal trotz Zusicherung

von: Steffen Harre
hongkong.com entlässt 37 Mitarbeiter trotz der früheren Ankündigung, dass es keine Entlassungen geben werde. Der Vorsitzende Raymond Chen beteuerte aber, dass es keine weiteren Personalfreisetzungen geben werde. Im letzten Quartal schrieb das Portal zum ersten Mal schwarze Zahlen.


Der Internet-Markt in Hong Kong sei zwar relativ klein, es gäbe aber noch Potenzial für weitere Geschäfte, fügte der Vorsitzende hinzu. Es gäbe aber wenig Raum für Expansionen. Wer erfolgreich sein wolle, müsse nach China oder Übersee gehen. Entgegen allen Gerüchten gäbe es keine Pläne für eine weitere Aktienausgabe.


hongkong.com ist ein auf Hong Kong spezialisiertes Portal, das am Growth Enterprise Market (GEM) gelistet ist. Der GEM in Hong Kong entspricht dem Neuen Markt in Deutschland. hongkong.com bietet eine Vielzahl von Informationen sowohl auf Chinesisch als auch auf Englisch. Das Unternehmen ist zu über 82 Prozent im Besitz von chinadotcom, der Streubesitz beträgt 15 Prozent. Der Rest ist in den Händen des Managements.


In Hong Kong springt der Wert 8,5 Prozent auf 0,89 HK-Dollar (0,13 Euro). In München (WKN 935 774) gewinnt die Aktie 8,3 Prozent auf 0,13 Euro

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mauli läst grüßen
Nanu, seit 5 Tagen kein Beitrag mehr, wo sind denn unsere schlauen Strategen?? Ich glaube, Barbie & Co. haben sich vom Acker gemacht, nachdem sie uns da reingeritten haben. Ist schon ein starkes Stück, aber ich habe ja als einziger rechtzeitig gewarnt. Wer nicht hören will, muß eben fühlen.

Aber nun das Beste: Am Freitag sehen wir die 10 Cent, dann heißt es Einsteigen, meine Order ist schon am Markt. Wer es mir gleichtut, wird reich belohnt, Kursziel auf 1Jahr 40 Cent! Dann kommen auch die anderen sog. Experten aus ihren Löchern gekrochen und behaupten frech: "Wir wußten es ja schon immer" ! :rolleyes:


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