- Last Close 2.44
- Sector Communication Services
- Industry Internet Content & Information
- Investment Style
- Day Range 2.41 – 2.62
- Year Range 2.10 – 5.88
- Market Cap 31.5933 Mil
- Volume / Avg 641,710.0 / 27,963.9
- Price / Sales 0.23
- Price / Book 0.16
- Forward Div Yield —
- Trailing Div Yield 52.74%
Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis FENG
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Company Profile FENG
Phoenix New Media Ltd is a media company providing premium content on an integrated platform across the internet, mobile and TV channels in China. The company organizes its operations into two main segments: Net advertising services and Paid services. It provides its content and services through three major channels: ifeng.com channel, video channel and mobile channel. The company also offers a wide range of paid services including mobile value-added services, games, and content sales. It generates the majority of its revenue from Net advertising services. Geographically, it derives revenue from China.
Beijing, 100102, CHN
FAQs for Phoenix New Media Ltd ADR Stock
No. FENG does not currently have a forward dividend yield.
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FENG’s market cap is 31.59 Mil.
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