Tunius share price drops to freezing point, and only 700 million tourism industry remains eager to return blood

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 Tunius share price drops to freezing point, and only 700 million tourism industry remains eager to return blood


At present, the domestic epidemic situation is stable, but the overseas epidemic situation is severe, and the loss of tourism in the next half year can be accrued. A securities analyst, who did not want to be named, told the Securities Daily.

At 8 oclock on March 23rd, Liang Jianzhang, chairman of Ctrips board of directors, sold the tiktok package in live Clive account, and 1 yuan in 10 million hours.

With Ctrip, Touniu, known as the three swordsmen of tourism e-commerce, is also actively pre selling peripheral tours. Tuniu told the Securities Daily that at present, according to the latest notice of all regions, the company is deploying its business in an orderly manner, except for the cross provincial and outbound team tourism business and the air ticket + Hotel tourism business. It is expected that the surrounding tourism in the above regions will first Usher in the recovery period.

It is understood that the demand for consultation and reservation of Hotel + ticket self driving products launched by tuniu in the near future is quite obvious. Through the reservation rights and interests covering the whole year 2020 at the longest, combined with the reservation guarantee of secondary reservation and no reservation and return at any time, the company provides users with a relatively rich choice of city weekend and small long vacation.

Can we solve the urgent need of traveling around?

From the secondary market, we can see that the stock price of tuniu continues to decline, especially since this year, the stock price has fallen by 64.68%, 91.16% from the closing price on the day of listing, and 96.44% from the post listing peak.

Behind the sharp drop in share price is the year-on-year performance loss. According to wind data, in the first three quarters of 2019, the company realized a net profit of - 329 million yuan, down 165.44% year-on-year. In fact, since tuniu went public in 2014, the company has been in a loss. From 2014 to the first three quarters of 2019, the company has accumulated a loss of 5.616 billion yuan.

According to Tianyan, on March 5, Chen Jie resigned as the legal representative of tuniu information, and Zhu chunye took over. In addition, Zhu chunye is also the legal representative of four enterprises including Jiangsu Tuzhi Information Technology Co., Ltd. According to tuniu, Zhu chunye is currently the assistant vice president of tuniu.

In addition, tianyancha also showed that in addition to changing the legal representative, tuniu information also changed its business scope and address on March 5. The business scope is changed to license project with the content of sales of special products for computer information system security, and general project with the content of software development, network and information security software development, etc..

In response, tuniu replied that the change of legal person and business scope of the company is the normal adjustment and change of the company.

Industry insiders are also calling for help in tourism. The losses in the past cant be reversed, Dr. Liu Simin, vice president of Tourism Branch of China future research association, said in an interview with Securities Daily that if the epidemic stabilizes gradually from now on, increasing the follow-up holiday time will help the tourism industry recover the losses.

Liu siminbo said that from 1949 to 1995, according to the national holidays and anniversaries measures, China implemented the Saturday work system. From 1993 to 1995, the provisions of the State Council on the working hours of employees finally extended the public holiday to two days a week through two steps. The annual statutory holiday increased by 52 days at one stroke, and the total number of statutory holidays reached 111 days. At present, there are 11 days of legal holidays in China, 115 days in total. In other words, in the 20 years since 1995, the number of statutory holidays in China has increased by only 4 days. From the perspective of economic and social development, it is affordable to add a few days of holidays.

Source: responsible editor of Securities Daily: Yang qian_nf4425