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iQiyi, widely seen as the "Netflix of China," tumbled as much as 12% Wednesday after the company missed on both the top and bottom lines.
One of the Netflix of China’s biggest competitors soars 7% after earnings show it’s dominating a key demographic
Shares of Bilibili, one of the biggest competitors of the Netflix of China iQiyi, jumped more than 7% in Wednesday trading. The company's strong earnings showed it was popular among a key demographic in the country.
iQiyi is trading down more than 8% on Friday, and have lost more than 23% since their June high. The sell-off comes amid a lack of any headlines, and looks to be technical.
10-year-old iQiyi went public in March after being spun off by the Chinese search giant Baidu in an initial public offering that raised $2.25 billion for the video service. It currently boasts 20 million subscribers.
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