DiDi Global Inc. (DIDIY)

OTCMKTS: DIDIY · Delayed Price · USD
-0.06 (-1.62%)
Mar 24, 2023, 3:59 PM EDT - Market closed
Market Cap 22.33B
Revenue (ttm) 25.31B
Net Income (ttm) -7.18B
Shares Out 4.85B
EPS (ttm) -8.17
PE Ratio n/a
Forward PE n/a
Dividend n/a
Ex-Dividend Date n/a
Volume 3,502,054
Open 3.68
Previous Close 3.71
Day's Range 3.52 - 3.69
52-Week Range 0.28 - 5.05
Beta n/a
Analysts Buy
Price Target 5.51 (+50.96%)
Earnings Date n/a


DiDi Global Inc. operates a mobility technology platform that provides ride hailing and other services in the People's Republic of China, Brazil, Mexico, and internationally. It offers ride hailing, taxi hailing, chauffeur, hitch, and other forms of shared mobility services; auto solutions comprising leasing, refueling, and maintenance and repair services; electric vehicle leasing services; and bike and e-bike sharing, intra-city freight, food delivery, and financial services. The company was formerly known as Xiaoju Kuaizhi Inc. and changed it... [Read more]

Sector Technology
IPO Date Jun 30, 2021
Employees 24,396
Stock Exchange OTCMKTS
Ticker Symbol DIDIY
Full Company Profile

Financial Performance

In 2021, DiDi Global's revenue was 173.83 billion, an increase of 22.64% compared to the previous year's 141.74 billion. Losses were -49.34 billion, 369.3% more than in 2020.

Financial numbers in CNY Financial Statements

Analyst Forecast

According to 9 analysts, the average rating for DIDIY stock is "Buy." The 12-month stock price forecast is $5.51, which is an increase of 50.96% from the latest price.

Price Target
(50.96% upside)
Analyst Consensus: Buy
Stock Forecasts


Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi plans expansion after Beijing's crackdown on the firm ends

The Beijing-headquartered company said in an online statement that it plans to work with partners in 2023 to launch more diversified products and services.

1 week ago - CNBC

Didi to expand services in China after regulators end probe

Chinese ride-hailing company Didi Global plans to expand services and offer more subsidies to passengers and drivers, it said on Thursday, looking to shore up its business in China following the end o...

1 week ago - Reuters

China Sets New Rules for Overseas IPOs. What It Means for DiDi, Alibaba, and Others.

After China's strong reaction to DiDi's listing, the new rules offer hope to Chinese companies wanting to list overseas. There's a formal process now, although it does mean another regulatory hurdle t...

Other symbols: BABAJD
1 month ago - Barrons

China Sets New Rules for Overseas IPOs. What It Means for DiDi, Alibaba and Others.

After China's strong reaction to DiDi's listing, the new rules offer hope to Chinese companies wanting to list overseas. There's a formal process now, although it does mean another regulatory hurdle t...

Other symbols: BABA
1 month ago - Barrons

Didi Global's ride-hailing app back on Apple app stores in China

Chinese technology company Didi Global's domestic ride-hailing app has returned to China's domestic Apple app store , according to checks by Reuters on Friday.

Other symbols: AAPL
2 months ago - Reuters

Disney defends Bob Iger, Didi gets approval to register users, FAA investigates near-crash at JFK

Yahoo Finance anchor Brad Smith reports the latest notable business headlines include Disney defending CEO Bob Iger after an activist investor battle, Didi receiving approval to resume user registrati...

Other symbols: DIS
2 months ago - Yahoo Finance

Didi's China ride-hailing app back on some app stores

Didi Global's Chinese ride-hailing app returned to some Android app stores on Tuesday, according to Reuters checks and a source with direct knowledge of the matter, signalling its emergence from aroun...

2 months ago - Reuters

Didi Wins Okay to Relaunch Apps

Didi Global Inc. has secured the green light to resume signing up new users, signaling a further easing of Beijing's tech crackdown. Peter Elstrom reports on Bloomberg Television.

2 months ago - Bloomberg Markets and Finance

Alibaba and Other Chinese Stocks Are Soaring as Tech Clampdown Eases

There is sweeping optimism that Beijing's crackdown on the technology sector that has also hit Tencent and JD.com, is thawing as companies address issues such as market dominance and the sharing of da...

Other symbols: BABA
2 months ago - Barrons

Didi Allowed to Sign New Users as China Eases Tech Crackdown. Relisting Next?

The ride-hailing company said Monday it had received regulatory approval to resume user registrations immediately.

2 months ago - Barrons

Didi gets China approval to relaunch after 18-month security probe

Eighteen months after its app was suspended in China, ride hailing giant Didi made a comeback on Monday. The move came as China showed signs of easing up its sweeping regulatory clampdown on the inter...

2 months ago - TechCrunch

Didi Wins Approval to Restart New User Registration for Ride-Hailing Service

Didi Global said it obtained approval from the Chinese cybersecurity regulator to resume new user registration for its ride-hailing service.

2 months ago - WSJ

China ride giant Didi says to resume new user registration

China's ride hailing giant Didi Global said in a statement on Monday that it would be allowed to resume new user registration, after a more than year-long ban that curbed its growth.

2 months ago - Reuters

Exclusive: China to allow Didi apps back online, in latest sign of regulatory thaw-sources

Chinese authorities are set to allow Didi Global's ride-hailing and other apps back on domestic app stores as soon as next week.

2 months ago - Reuters

Cybersecurity review is a way for Beijing to punish Didi legally: Pro

CNBC's Morgan Brennan discusses the risks of investing in China with Fred Kempe of the Atlantic Council and Marko Papic of Clocktower Group.

4 months ago - CNBC Television

Tencent Denies Report It Will Sell Stakes in Didi, Meituan

Tencent Holdings Ltd. denied a report by Dow Jones that the Chinese technology giant was considering selling down investments in companies from Meituan to KE Holdings Inc. Stephen Engle reports on Blo...

Other symbols: TCEHY
6 months ago - Bloomberg Markets and Finance

China's Didi EV joint venture with Li Auto applies for bankruptcy - court

Chinese ride-hailing firm Didi's joint venture with Li Auto has applied for bankruptcy, according to a court filing, pointing to the end of a four-year-old partnership to make electric vehicles (EV).

Other symbols: LI
8 months ago - Reuters

Despite Didi's $1.2 billion fine, China tech's regulatory woes may not be over

China's $1.2 billion fine on Didi Global draws a line under the ride hailing company's regulatory woes, but the retroactive application of laws and a lack of clarity on the firm's business revival sho...

8 months ago - Reuters

China Fines Didi $1.2 Billion After Probe

Didi Global Inc. shares rose in the US session after Chinese regulators slapped it with a $1.2 billion fine after wrapping a year-long probe. The decision removes some uncertainty hanging over the rid...

8 months ago - Bloomberg Markets and Finance

More companies slow hiring, Chinese regulators fine Didi, HSBC installs Communist Party committee

Yahoo Finance anchor Julie Hyman reports the latest notable business headlines including companies like Lyft, Ford, and Microsoft joining the list of companies that will begin hiring slowdowns, Chines...

8 months ago - Yahoo Finance

China fines Didi $1.2 billion for violating cybersecurity and data laws

China's cyberspace regulator fined Didi Global just over 8 billion yuan ($1.2 billion) on Thursday for violating cybersecurity and data laws, putting an end to a yearlong investigation into the ride-h...

8 months ago - CNN Business

China Fines Didi $1.2 Billion as Tech Sector Pressures Persist

Regulators sought to make the company an example of the consequences of mishandling data — and of the grave political error of ignoring the authorities.

8 months ago - NYTimes

Chinese Ride-Sharing Giant Didi Global Fined More Than $1 Billion In Year-Long Cybersecurity Probe

Chinese authorities have decided to impose an 8 billion yuan ($1.2 billion) fine on embattled ride-sharing giant Didi Global, after a year-long investigation uncovered what was described as “serious” ...

8 months ago - Forbes

China slaps $1.2 billion fine on ride-hailing giant Didi, citing cybersecurity breaches — WSJ

SINGAPORE–Chinese authorities fined ride-hailing company Didi Global Inc. the equivalent of about $1.2 billion, bringing an end to a year-long investigation into the company's cybersecurity practices.

8 months ago - Market Watch

Reaction to China imposing $1.2 billion fine on Didi Global

China's cybersecurity regulator fined Didi Global Inc 8.026 billion yuan ($1.2 billion) after a year-long probe found the ride hailing giant had violated laws including ones pertaining to data securit...

8 months ago - Reuters