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BIDU

Baidu Inc. Nasdaq Global Select
$278.25
Open: $293.21 High: $311.2 Low: $271.89 Close: $278.25
Range: 2021-03-02 - 2021-03-03
Volume: 21,082,922
Market: Extended-hours
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BIDU
Baidu Inc. Number 10 Shangdi 10th Street Beijing , 100085 http://www.ir.baidu.com
Baidu Inc is one of the world's leading Chinese-language Internet search engine. The company through its website primarily serves over 0.8 million advertisers which include small and medium-size businesses.
  • CEO: Yanhong Robin Li
  • Employees: 39,343
  • Sector: Technology
  • Industry: Online Media
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  • Baidu And Huaneng Power Partner To Create AI Services Platform

    On Monday Baidu Inc (NASDAQ: BIDU) announced it had signed a memorandum of understanding with China's Huaneng Power International Inc., one of the five largest state-owned electricity generating companies in China. What Happened: Huaneng will utilize Baidu’s expertise in artificial intelligence and the internet to digitally transform its electricity and power operations into a new generation automated and intelligent financial shared services platform, according to a report. The Baidu AI and cloud computing technology will also enable Huaneng to increase its energy production, while making its operations cleaner and more environmentally friendly. Why It Matters: China’s power plants have helped it to greatly grow its economy, but are also a big cause of pollution in the country. China’s new Ministry of Ecology and Environment is focused on enacting new policies to help entities in the power and manufacturing sector digitalize operations in order to meet China’s climate goals. What’s Next: Baidu’s AI technology has helped it to land partnerships across a variety of sectors, from finance to transportation, and in January it announced a partnership with Volvo parent Geely Automobile Holdings Ltd (OTC: GELYF) to create a smart electric vehicle. This recent partnership with China’s Huaneng is another step towards the Chinese government’s most recent five-year plan to completely digitalize its economy. (Photo of Shanghai, China, at night by Li Yang on Unsplash) See more from BenzingaClick here for options trades from BenzingaBlackBerry Reports Rise In Cybercrime Since Onset Of COVID-19 Pandemic4 Workday Analysts Break Down Earnings, Look Ahead To Fiscal 2022© 2021 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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  • Baidu Clinches Energy Deal With China Huaneng Group; Shares Gain 5% Pre-Market

    Chinese tech giant Baidu has clinched a collaboration deal with China Huaneng Group Co. to accelerate the power utility’s digital transformation and modernize the country’s energy industry. BIDU shares jumped more than 5% in Monday’s pre-market trading. According to the terms of the memorandum of understanding, Baidu’s (BIDU) partnership with state-owned power generator China Huaneng will include an artificial intelligence-powered infrastructure to boost efficiencies and users' experience. Specifically, the two companies will jointly develop an automated financial shared services platform, as well as apply AI and big data technologies to the energy and power field. Additionally, the partnership seeks to create energy-related data services that are more digitized, intelligent, and connected to the Internet. “China's economy is turning to the direction of high-quality development, and AI is a new kinetic energy and new engine that will drive this high-quality development,” said Baidu’s Chief Technology Officer Haifeng Wang. “It is hoped that Huaneng will give fully play to its leading position in the energy industry and its advantages in a wide range of industry scenarios, and Baidu will make full use of its technological advantages in AI, big data, and cloud computing to strengthen all-round cooperation and support the digital and intelligent upgrading of the energy industry.” Additionally, Baidu will help build a platform for independent and free exchanges of energy data, a professional-level database for the industry, and a modern energy SaaS (software as a service) system. Baidu’s AI cloud already provides intelligent energy solutions to the energy industry. The company has strategic cooperation agreements with leading energy companies such as State Grid. Baidu is working with these partners to digitize and intelligently transform processes like energy production and electricity dispatching management to provide users with more efficient, cleaner, and lower-carbon energy services. Going forward, the Chinese search engine company targets partnerships with additional energy industry partners for the construction of smart energy systems and to deploy new infrastructure for a cleaner and more intelligent energy industry. Shares in BIDU have rallied 31% year-to-date, and analysts have a bullish outlook on the stock with a Strong Buy consensus rating. That’s alongside an average analyst price target of $341, implying that another 20% upside potential lies ahead. Barclays analyst Gregory Zhao last month lifted the stock's price target to $400 from $350 and maintained a Buy rating as he believes that BIDU’s AI cloud will be a key revenue driver, which is gaining robust traction from both general and vertical cloud services. Zhao added that Baidu is making a turnaround to "rejoin the first echelon" of the China internet sector. (See BIDU stock analysis on TipRanks). Related News: Twilio In Talks To Invest Up To $750M In Syniverse – Report Service Properties Disappoints With 4Q Revenues, FFO Loss Danone To Sell 9.8% Stake In China’s Mengniu; Street Says Hold More recent articles from Smarter Analyst: Camping World Sees Up To 22% Earnings Growth In 2021; Approves Dividend Logitech Lifts FY21 & Long-Term Outlook; Street Sees 10% Upside Service Properties Disappoints With 4Q Revenues, FFO Loss Builders FirstSource 4Q Profit Soars 223%; Shares Gain 6.5%

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  • Baidu Shares Are Trading Higher On China Huaneng Collaboration For Smart Energy Future In China

    Baidu Inc (NASDAQ: BIDU) and China Huaneng Group Co., Ltd. inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to trigger the energy industry’s intelligent transformation. Baidu will leverage its abilities in AI-powered new infrastructure to assist Huaneng closely in assimilating the digital economy with the energy and power industry towards the enhancement of efficiencies and users’ experience under the agreement. Baidu and Huaneng will develop a new generation automated and intelligent financial shared services platform and cooperate to apply AI and big data technologies to the energy and power field. Additionally, the partnership will strive to provide digitized, intelligent, and Internet-connected energy-related data services towards the smart up-gradation of China’s energy industry. “It is hoped that Huaneng will give fully play to its leading position in the energy industry and its advantages in a wide range of industry scenarios, and Baidu will make full use of its technological advantages in AI, big data, and cloud computing to strengthen all-round cooperation and support the digital and intelligent upgrading of the energy industry,” said Baidu CTO Haifeng Wang. Baidu is expected to support Huaneng as it builds a financial shared services center by developing an automated and intelligent financial shared services platform towards an integrated digital system for finance. Additionally, Baidu will help develop a platform for independent and free exchanges of energy data, a professional-level database for the industry, and a modern energy SaaS (software as a service) system. Price action: BIDU stock has gained 4.14% at $294.99 in the pre-market session on the last check Monday. See more from BenzingaClick here for options trades from BenzingaBaidu Hires CEO For EV Venture, Plans EV Launch In Next 3 Years: CNBC© 2021 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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  • Baidu and Huaneng Collaborate to Create an Intelligent Energy Future

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  • Investors May Hit The Brakes On Baidu, Despite EV Catalyst

    Baidu (BIDU) may be best known as China’s answer to Alphabet’s Google (GOOGL), but that’s not why investors have been buying it hand-over-fist since January. Shares may have pulled back a bit in recent days, yet the stock is still up over 30% so far this year, and remains overheated at current prices. So, what is driving this excitement? The company recently announced its entry into the electric vehicle (EV) market, which may be heating up in China. Baidu seems to have a fair shot at striking success in this space, but whether this justifies the stock’s recent price performance remains to be seen. Investors seem to be valuing BIDU stock at a premium, purely based on the EV announcement. Current valuations might not be as frothy as Tesla (TSLA), but they are still elevated, nonetheless. This is where-in the issue lies. With EV stocks trending lower, BIDU may soon be heading in the wrong direction as well. Why Investors Remain Extremely Bullish On BIDU Baidu is often referred to as the “Google of China”, with its main business being its internet search engine. But just like Google in the U.S., the tech giant has diversified into high growth areas such as artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud computing. The EV catalyst is however what has turned investors extremely bullish on the stock. Baidu will be entering this market via a partnership deal with Chinese automotive company Zhejiang Geely, and as part of the agreement, will provide its Apollo autonomous driving technology, while Geely will contribute its automotive manufacturing expertise. Will this give the early stage venture an edge against not just Tesla, but against homegrown competitors like Nio (NIO) too? Only time will tell. It will be years before this venture starts to produce tangible results, yet that hasn’t stopped investors from pricing this potential into BIDU. It is unlikely that this catalyst alone will manage to move the needle further, in fact, as EV stocks start to slide, BIDU may be set to start heading lower too. Plenty Of Downside Risk As EV Stocks Trend Lower In the long-term, EVs stand to fully replace fossil-fuel powered cars and trucks, but that doesn’t guarantee that EV stocks will continue to perform well over the near-term. The “bubble” that has sent many stocks in this sector to unsustainable valuations may be starting to burst. I wouldn’t expect the main stocks in this sector to give back all of their 2020/2021 gains, but a further move lower may be on the cards. What Does That Mean For BIDU? Given that investors bid the stock up almost entirely on its EV catalysts, it could give up much of its recently acquired gains. In other words, shares could head from current levels (around $283 per share), back to the $200-$250 per share range that we saw at the start of the year. What Analysts Are Saying About BIDU According to TipRanks, consensus among Wall Street analysts for BIDU is a Strong Buy based on 17 analyst ratings. Of the 17 analysts, 13 rate it a Buy, 4 recommend a Hold, while none suggest a Sell. As for price targets, the average analyst price target of $341 per share implies upside potential of around 20% from today’s prices. Price targets range from a low of $210 per share to a high of $407 per share. (See Baidu stock analysis) Bottom Line: As EV Stocks Pull Back, So Could BIDU With EV stocks now trending lower, the electric vehicle catalyst alone might not be enough to fuel additional moves higher. This could mean a big pullback for BIDU in the near-term. If shares fall from today’s prices, back to the top of their prior trading range ($250 per share), we could possibly see double-digit percentage declines in the coming months. That’s not to say that Baidu’s partnership with Geely won’t eventually prove to be a success. But with the EV catalyst already heavily priced into its shares, it may be tough for BIDU to sustain current price levels. Disclosure: Thomas Niel held no position in any of the stocks mentioned in this article at the time of publication. Disclaimer: The information contained herein is for informational purposes only. Nothing in this article should be taken as a solicitation to purchase or sell securities.

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  • Baidu Is Determined To Show It Has More To Offer

    For two decades, the 21-year-old company has been viewed as an online marketing tool that sells ads through its web search results. But now, the internet company is ready to show it has much more to offer. Last week, it reported fourth-quarter earnings for 2020 that beat market expectations and revealed its ambitious plans to enter the EV land. Many years of investing in AI has finally started to pay off as Baidu is finally monetizing the technology used with smart devices. The company's investments in non-core businesses are also helping it defend its core search platform from rivals Alibaba Group Holding (NYSE: BABA), Tencent Holdings (OTC: TCEHY), and privately-owned ByteDance, whose products are just as popular. The Chinese tech giant has recovered from the worst impact that the pandemic had on its business as advertising rebounded. Moreover, non-marketing revenue which excludes advertising and includes its cloud and autonomous driving business, grew 52% YoY. Baidu is also tapping into capital markets, including a potential second listing in Hong Kong. Baidu beefs up its autonomous and smart transport technology to tap into the EV market as it revealed back in January it would set up a smart electric vehicle (EV) company with Geely. As the domestic economy recovers, the company wants to tap into the fast-growing electric-vehicle market to diversify revenue sources. Figures Full-year revenue for 2020 amounted to $16.4 billion which is flat compared to 2019. Adjusted earnings of $3.08 per share versus analyst estimates of $2.79 per share came after revenues of $4.6 billion versus analyst estimates of $4.7 billion, according to FactSet. The company provided guidance for the undergoing quarter that was ahead of analyst estimates. Revenue is expected to be in the $4.0 billion and $4.4 billion range, representing a growth rate of 15% to 26% YoY, but it does not include the potential contribution from its acquisition of live streaming app YY Live. The acquisition was announced last November and is expected to close in the first half of the year. The guidance is also based on the assumption that its core revenue will grow between 26% and 39% on a YoY basis. EVs Baidu places a lot of emphasis on its Apollo self-driving technology. Last month, the company formed a strategic partnership with the Chinese car company Zhejiang Geely Holding Group to create a standalone electric car company. Baidu is the majority shareholder. Together, they aim to launch a smart EV model in three years. Robin Li, Baidu's CEO Li also said a brand name has been chosen but did not release it. CNBC has confirmed Xia Yiping, co-founder of bike-sharing start-up Mobike, will be the CEO of the new entity. Xia previously worked at Fiat Chrysler (NYSE: FCAU) and Ford before co-founding a company that was part of China's boom and eventual bust in shared-bike start-ups. Even Xiaomi is following Baidu's EV footsteps as the Chinese search engine leader has been basking in newfound investor love as the next EV-maker wannabe. Unlike other EV makers, Baidu's strategy is akin to Alphabet Inc's (NASDAQ: GOOGL) (NASDAQ: GOOG) Android for smartphones. Outlook Baidu ended an unprecedented year on a solid note and showed it is recovering from the consequences of the global health crisis as its business benefited from an improving macroeconomic environment and the digitalization of businesses and lifestyles. Its commitment to innovation through technology is paying off for the Chinese tech giant. Baidu is well-positioned as a leading AI company with a strong foundation to seize the enormous market opportunities in cloud services, autonomous driving, smart transportation, along with all kinds of new opportunities that AI will inevitably bring to the table. The online marketing company chose to be in the right place, at the right time. This article is not a press release and is contributed by a verified independent journalist for IAMNewswire. It should not be construed as investment advice at any time please read the full disclosure. IAM Newswire does not hold any position in the mentioned companies. Press Releases – If you are looking for full Press release distribution contact: press@iamnewswire.com Contributors – IAM Newswire accepts pitches. If you're interested in becoming an IAM journalist contact: contributors@iamnewswire.com The post Baidu Is Determined To Show It Has More to Offer appeared first on IAM Newswire. Photo by Christopher Burns on Unsplash See more from BenzingaClick here for options trades from BenzingaNvidia Reports Record Quarterly SalesEVs Are Growing In All Directions© 2021 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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