The next earnings release for Jumei International Holding Limited is scheduled for April 25, so investors should be on the lookout for this report. The company expects to earn between $287 million and $298 million in the third quarter of this year, which represents a 82% to 85% increase over the same period last year. However, analysts are forecasting revenues of $288 million. Meanwhile, the Shanghai Composite Index declined 3.39% on Thursday, with several Chinese stocks also falling.
As part of the program, JMEI credits must be distributed to eligible shareholders on a pro-rata basis. To qualify, shareholders must have been issued shares after 1 September 2021 and before 30 June 2022. Shares issued before that date will not be eligible. JMEI credits will be allocated to the 2021/22 tax year. Shareholders can also receive JMEI credits after the 30 June 2022 tax return.