Tencent Music Entertainment (TME) drops 4.16% to close at $ 8.06 on November 2



Tencent Music Entertainment Group – ADR (NYSE: TME), a Shenzhen, Guangdong company, closed at $ 8.06 on Tuesday after losing $ 0.35 (4.16%) on volume of 15,690,110 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 8.20 to a low of $ 7.93, while Tencent Music Entertainment‘s market cap now stands at $ 13,520,942,223.

About Tencent Music Entertainment Group – ADR

TencentMusic Entertainment Group is the leading online music entertainment platform in China, leveraging the country’s very popular and innovative music applications: QQ Music, Kugou Music, Kuwo Music and WeSing. TencentMusic’s mission is to use technology to elevate the role of music in people’s lives by enabling them to create, enjoy, share and interact with music. TencentMusic’s platform includes online music, online karaoke and music-centric live streaming services, allowing music fans to discover, listen, sing, watch, play and socialize around music. .

Visit the Tencent Music Entertainment Group – ADR Profile for more information.

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