Last month delivered a perfect storm of bad news for shareholders in the Chinese internet giant.
Trade troubles and a worrying outlook in China's online advertising market weighed heavily on SINA stock last month.
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Not even the loss of a satellite could stop Intelsat stock's momentum last month.
Qutoutiao shareholders were reminded that sometimes less is more.
The Chinese fintech stock is up more than 65% this year, but it's still down 75% from its market debut in October 2017.
BRF could be the beneficiary of a pork shortage in the world's biggest market.
The web browser company's stock has climbed more than 70% in 2019.
Shareholders are hoping that China and the U.S. will reach an agreement on trade soon.
With no shortage of tough competition in wearables, the market seems hesitant to get behind Fitbit.
The Chinese fintech stock is up roughly 47% year to date.
A report pointing to a possible buyout translated into big gains for At Home shares last month.
The resolution to long-running disputes with Apple helped send the chipmaker's stock soaring.
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The cybersecurity stock continues to be volatile but posted big gains over the last year.
Shares are up 55% year to date and more than 700% over the last five years.
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