Bilibili’s Hong Kong-listed shares 9626,
Shares were recently 12.0% lower at 88.90 Hong Kong dollars (US$11.39) in Asian morning trade on Thursday after earlier touching HK$87.60, their lowest intraday level since November 2022, according to FactSet. The company’s American Depositary Receipts BILI,
Net loss for the July-September period stood at 1.35 billion yuan (US$189.3 million), Bilibili said after the Hong Kong market closed on Wednesday. That was higher than the median estimate for a CNY1.01 billion net loss in a FactSet poll of 16 analysts, and compared with a net loss of CNY1.71 billion a year earlier. Total net revenue rose to CNY5.81 billion in the third quarter from CNY5.79 billion a year earlier.
For 2023 as a whole, Bilibili expects total net revenue to be at the low end of the CNY22.5 billion to CNY23.5 billion range, due to lower-than-expected mobile game revenue, the company said.
“We feel Bilibili management did not prepare the company well for tough times and therefore appears to be caught off-guard by worsening macro and industry environment,” Nomura analyst Jialong Shi said in a research report. The brokerage downgraded the company’s ADRs to neutral from buy and lowered its target price to US$13.00 from US$18.00.