The most extensive initial public offering (IPO) ever conducted by DiDi Stock Global. The leading ride-hailing company in China raised $4.4 billion on June 30. In contrast to its initial objective of 288 million shares, it sold 317 million shares for $14 apiece.
However, due to several shocking incidents. Didi’s stock marginally outperformed its IPO price the first day before falling the following week.
The didi stock price has increased by 1.99% today. At the time of writing, the stock price was 3.08 USD.
On the final trading day, there was no change in the price of the DiDi shares on 20th June 2022. The price has fluctuated throughout the past few months, with no change in the past two weeks. The stock is in the middle of a relatively broad decline. In the near term and indicates a fall further in the trend. Considering the current trend. The anticipation is that the stock will decline -7.54 percent. Over the next three months and, to be 90% likely, remain in the range of $1.24 and $2.57.
The long and short-term moving averages for the DiDi stock have given buy signals. Indicating an optimistic forecast for a store. A breakdown under these levels will generate sell alerts. The 3-month Moving Average Convergence Divergence indicates a sell signal (MACD).
DiDi supports by volume accumulation at $2.24. And if the license is under review, an upward response may occur. Since the stock often moves in a controlled fashion, the overall risk is minimal. The store changed $0, or 0%, between low and high over the past week.
DiDi Global Inc. will start at $2.29 on the following trading day. Thursday, July 30, fluctuates between $1.18 and $3.40 (based on the 14-day ATR). This provides a potential trading range of +/-$0.11 (+/-4.79%) up or down from the current closing price. The risk/reward of intraday trading is not appealing. As a result, you want to hold off on placing any wagers until the stock is nearer the support line.
Let’s dive into the red flags for didi stock
- China’s regulators shut down the app: After noticing cybersecurity issues and noting the data leaks. The authorities forcefully shut down the app. Existing DiDi users may continue to use the app, but the ban is still in effect. It has made it harder for DiDi to attract new members in China.
- Expanding overseas more than the budget: Although the restriction is still in place, it does not prevent current DiDi users from using the app. It has made it difficult for DiDi to recruit more people in China.
- Faced losses in Russia forcefully: DiDi didn’t disclose precisely how much money it was losing in Russia. But being forced to stay in a likely unprofitable market highlights its painful subservience to the Chinese government. Investors should recall that Uber Technologies (UBER -2.76%) also left Russia. Last December by selling its stake in a ride-hailing joint venture with Yandex.
- Recently released new regulations: The regulators recently drafted new regulations for the betterment of drivers. And which will force Didi and other companies to charge less commission. This will also reduce their access and usage of private data.
- Uncertain future in Hong Kong: Following the company’s decision to halt its preparations for a Hong Kong offering earlier this month, shares of DiDi, the largest online retailer in China, dropped precipitously.
According to DiDi, the Chinese Cyberspace Administration informed them that their data security procedures were still insufficient and that their apps would continue to remove from app stores. Given that the escape hatch has shut, it’s uncertain if DiDi still will delist its NYSE shares, leaving it vulnerable to being compelled to do so if it doesn’t follow the new SEC regulations.