The Chinese social media network is facing an industrywide slowdown.
News & Analysis: Weibo
Trade troubles and a worrying outlook in China's online advertising market weighed heavily on SINA stock last month.
Former market darlings Weibo, Tesla, and Blue Apron dropped to 52-week lows.
The two Chinese companies are struggling with weak ad spending and a strong U.S. dollar.
The so-called Twitter of China posted solid first-quarter results, but management expects slower sales growth in the next quarter.
WB earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.
The "Twitter of China" delivered respectable first-quarter results, but the revenue guidance for the next reporting period fell far short of Wall Street's expectations.
China's digital ad market may be slowing down.
If you're looking for high-growth opportunities, China has plenty.
SINA suspends its news and blog platforms for a month in response to complaints about fake news and pornography.