Tencent holding three months evaporation 650 billion Ma Huateng flash retreat Chinese richest man

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 Tencent holding three months evaporation 650 billion Ma Huateng flash retreat Chinese richest man


China economic network Beijing April 26th news (reporter Jiang Ninglu) Tencent Holdings Ltd (hereinafter referred to as Tencent holding, 00700.HK) in the last three months in the fall of the stock price. Tencent holdings closed at HK $471.60 in January 29th, the highest closing price since listing, closing at HK $386.80 yesterday. In less than three months, the market value of Tencent holdings evaporated 805 billion 871 million Hong Kong dollars, which is equivalent to 647 billion 679 million yuan at yesterdays exchange rate. The disclosure of the rights and interests of the stock exchange showed that, in from October 10 to 13, 2017, Tencent CEO Ma Huateng reduced 6 million shares of Tencent for 4 consecutive days, with a total cash of 2 billion 100 million Hong Kong dollars (about RMB 1 billion 780 million yuan), and the shareholding ratio dropped from 8.69% to 8.63%. According to this shareholding ratio, Ma Huatengs current stock market value is HK $317 billion 224 million, which is equivalent to 254 billion 953 million yuan. In March this year, the Hurun Institute officially released the 2018 Hurun global rich list. Ma Huateng officially became the worlds richest man with 295 billion yuan, and Xu Jiayin, the chairman of the board of directors of the Hengda Group, was followed by a wealth of 260 billion yuan. But as Tencent holdings shares fell, Ma Huateng was less than Xu Jiayin and the richest Chinese abdicated. Liu Chiping, President of Tencent Holdings Limited, held 1 million shares of Tencent shares in March 27th at an average price of HK $434.36, or about 348 million yuan. Extending the time to the past ten years, Liu Chiping made a total of HK $2 billion 400 million, accounting for 434 million of the recent 434 million and nearly HK $3 billion. In March 22nd, Tencents largest shareholder, South Africa Company Naspers (South African newspaper), has sold 2% of Tencent shares, and for the first time in more than ten years, it has reduced Tencent shares. The newspaper industry in South Africa sold 190 million shares of Tencent shares, which was valued at HK $83 billion 486 million at the closing price. Source: China Economic Net editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 In March this year, the Hurun Institute officially released the 2018 Hurun global rich list. Ma Huateng officially became the worlds richest man with 295 billion yuan, and Xu Jiayin, the chairman of the board of directors of the Hengda Group, was followed by a wealth of 260 billion yuan. But as Tencent holdings shares fell, Ma Huateng was less than Xu Jiayin and the richest Chinese abdicated. Liu Chiping, President of Tencent Holdings Limited, held 1 million shares of Tencent shares in March 27th at an average price of HK $434.36, or about 348 million yuan. Extending the time to the past ten years, Liu Chiping made a total of HK $2 billion 400 million, accounting for 434 million of the recent 434 million and nearly HK $3 billion. In March 22nd, Tencents largest shareholder, South Africa Company Naspers (South African newspaper), has sold 2% of Tencent shares, and for the first time in more than ten years, it has reduced Tencent shares. The newspaper industry in South Africa sold 190 million shares of Tencent shares, which was valued at HK $83 billion 486 million at the closing price.