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JD.Com Share Price Tumbles Over 9% on Regulatory Crackdown in China

Nigel Firth
Nigel Frith trader
Updated 11 Nov 2020

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Shares of China’s e-commerce titan (HKG: 9618) crashed 9.2% today to join the other top tech firms in a trip lower as regulatory concerns continue to mount.

Yesterday, China’s regulatory bodies introduced new regulations focused at limiting the power the biggest internet companies, such as Alibaba,, Tencent, Ant Group and Meituan.

The release of these guidelines comes just a week after Hong Kong and Shanghai stock exchanges blocked the world’s biggest IPO of Ant Group.

“Potential implementation of new antitrust regulations is negative for most major Internet companies, particularly in e- commerce and food delivery – although competition has already intensified with reduced market dominance across segments in recent years, which could be a mitigant,” Morgan Stanley analysts wrote in a note sent on Wednesday.

Alibaba saw its stock price close 9.8% lower on Wednesday, while Tencent recorded a drop of 7.39%. Shares of Meituan – the biggest on-demand delivery services company in China – fell by 9.67%. Overall, Hang Seng Tech index tumbled 6.23% today.

JD share price fell on mounting regulatory concerns November 2020 share price also moved lower to close 9.2% in the red and extend this week’s losses to over 16%.


Nigel Firth
Nigel has been in the regulated financial services industry for nearly a decade, has previously owned a financial brokerage and has written many times for sites relating to personal finance and trading.