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What: Shares of Chinese financial services company Noah Holdings
So what: The only news of note about Noah today is a blog post calling it a fast-growing Chinese small-cap stock. But even that event is a stretch, as Noah is simply listed alongside well-known analyst estimates and no analysis whatsoever.
Now what: Noah could also be on the positive end of some spontaneous trading today, taking the edge off a terrible month: As of Friday night, the stock had fallen by 39% in 30 days. It's still no value stock, mind you, commanding a hefty price-to-sales ratio north of 12, about 10 times what you'll see in American versions of the same wealth management model.
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