JD.com Inc. (JD)

52.17
0.61 1.16
NASDAQ : Retail Trade
Prev Close 52.78
Open 54.25
Day Low/High 50.99 / 54.90
52 Wk Low/High 41.56 / 92.69
Volume 12.28M
Avg Volume 15.69M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 1.32B
Market Cap 96.80B
EPS 1.20
P/E Ratio 80.43
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

Walmart Is Making All the Right Moves -- Believe It Or Not

The retail titan's sale of its China-based e-commerce marketplace business is a savvy move.

Walmart Announces Strategic Partnership

Walmart Announces Strategic Partnership

Shares of the Walmart were up slightly during midday trading Monday after announcing a strategic partnership with China's JD.com.

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Oil stocks surge ahead of Brexit vote and Walmart strikes a deal with China.  

Midday Report: Walmart Could Sell Chinese E-Commerce to JD.Com

Midday Report: Walmart Could Sell Chinese E-Commerce to JD.Com

U.S. stocks held onto big gains as new 'Brexit' polls suggested the UK could remain in the European Union.

Scalp Trade Doesn't Last Long

Scalp Trade Doesn't Last Long

But Baidu and JD.com might be getting close to the barber chair.

Closing Bell: Stocks End Mixed, UBS Downgrades L Brands on Same-Store Sales Woes

Closing Bell: Stocks End Mixed, UBS Downgrades L Brands on Same-Store Sales Woes

U.S. stocks ended mixed as a rally in consumer and health care countered the drag from the energy and materials sectors.

What's Ahead This Week: Allergan, Disney Post Quarterly Figures

What's Ahead This Week: Allergan, Disney Post Quarterly Figures

In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for the week of May 9, investors will get results from Tyson Foods, Walt Disney, Macy's and Nordstrom.

Sohn Preview: What to Expect from China-Bear Jim Chanos

Sohn Preview: What to Expect from China-Bear Jim Chanos

The famed short-seller has been bearish on energy and China for some time, should investors expect more of the same at Sohn?

JD.com Shows Bullish Alignment

JD.com Shows Bullish Alignment

Traders looking to go long on the Chinese e-commerce company should consider buying on a one- or two-day dip.

What's Ahead Tuesday: Will Kate Spade's Earnings Sparkle?

What's Ahead Tuesday: Will Kate Spade's Earnings Sparkle?

On Tuesday Mar. 1, there are a few more earnings on tap for investors to digest including JD.com, AutoZone, Dollar Tree and Kate Spade.

What's Ahead in the Week: Can Costco Impress Investors With Earnings?

What's Ahead in the Week: Can Costco Impress Investors With Earnings?

In 'What's Ahead on Wall Street' for the week of Feb. 29, earnings season is coming to an end, but we have a few more companies reporting.

JD.com Hasn't Bottomed Yet

JD.com Hasn't Bottomed Yet

 A weak close below $22 on JD could precipitate a deeper decline to the mid-teens.

We Were Right About JD's Decline Before; Stay Defensive Now

We Were Right About JD's Decline Before; Stay Defensive Now

We don't expect current support levels to hold up JD. 

We Were Right About JD's Decline Before; Stay Defensive Now

We Were Right About JD's Decline Before; Stay Defensive Now

We don't expect current support levels to hold up JD. 

Jim Cramer Says Remember His Mantra, 'Own Apple, Don't Trade It'

Jim Cramer Says Remember His Mantra, 'Own Apple, Don't Trade It'

TheStreet’s Jim Cramer said remember his mantra on Apple ahead of its earnings report, 'own the stock, don’t trade it.'

Tyson Foods Is Ready for an Upside Breakout (Plus: JD, AMBA, GPRO)

Tyson Foods Is Ready for an Upside Breakout (Plus: JD, AMBA, GPRO)

We have a price target of $64 on the stock.

Midday Report: Stocks Mixed in Choppy Trading After Paris Attacks

Midday Report: Stocks Mixed in Choppy Trading After Paris Attacks

Stocks were mixed in midday trading Monday as markets still grapple with the aftermath of the Paris terrorist attacks on Friday.

What to Watch in the Week Ahead: It's Target's Turn to Take the Stage

What to Watch in the Week Ahead: It's Target's Turn to Take the Stage

For the week of November 16, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from Walmart (WMT), Home Depot (HD), Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS), Lowe's (LOW), Target (TGT), Foot Locker (FL) and more.

What to Watch Wednesday: Alibaba 'Singles Day' Results

What to Watch Wednesday: Alibaba 'Singles Day' Results

For Wednesday November 11, TheStreet will be watching for the results from China's global shopping festival, 'Singles Day'. We'll also keep an eye out for Macy's (M) quarterly results.

Jim Chanos Side-Swipes Alibaba and Yahoo!, Too

Time will tell if his short position has a lasting effect.

We Aren't Out of the China Syndrome

We're just waiting for the reactor to start again.

Apple Leads Dow; Stocks Slump in Closing Minutes as Rebound Fades

Apple Leads Dow; Stocks Slump in Closing Minutes as Rebound Fades

It was another unpredictable day for Apple (AAPL).

Alibaba Moves From Clicks To Bricks, Buys $4.6B Stake In Suning

Alibaba Moves From Clicks To Bricks, Buys $4.6B Stake In Suning

The e-commerce giant is set to invest $4.6 billion into the Chinese electronics retailer Suning, giving Alibaba a 19.99 percent stake in the company.

Signs from Nvidia, JD.com

Back to stocks and markets. I must say the report from Nvidia (NVDA) last night was a totally pleasant surprise and a sign that all things in the personal computer chain might not be bad. Also, JD.com (JD) showed us this morning that there is a lot ...

What to Watch on Friday: July Jobs Report, WhiteWave Earnings

What to Watch on Friday: July Jobs Report, WhiteWave Earnings

For Friday August 7, TheStreet highlights the Employment Situation Report, along with earnings from major companies.

What to Watch in the Week Ahead: Car Sales, Jobs Report, Earnings

What to Watch in the Week Ahead: Car Sales, Jobs Report, Earnings

For the week of August 3, TheStreet highlights U.S. car sales, the July employment situation report, as well as key earnings reports and economic data to watch on Wall Street.

Alibaba, JD.com Drop on Chinese Market Slump; Stocks Pare Losses

Alibaba, JD.com Drop on Chinese Market Slump; Stocks Pare Losses

U.S.-listed Chinese stocks were under pressure after China's stock market fell at the fastest pace since 2007 on Monday.

Some Good News Amid Market Wreckage

Momentum is elusive, but speculation is still healthy.

The Bulls Have the Edge

And the market deserves a positive bias.

John Carter Markets Analysis: Trading a Sideways Market

John Carter Markets Analysis: Trading a Sideways Market

Traders have to be more selective with the tickers they trade directionally.