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Company profile

China Holdings, Inc. is a development-stage diversified global assets holding company. The Company operates through three wholly-owned subsidiaries: China Power, Inc., China Minerals Holdings, Inc. and China Health Holdings, Inc. The Company and its subsidiaries are engaged in multiple China-focused business activities including, land and real estate development, energy, renewable energy, resources, utilities, and pharmaceutical ventures. China Holdings is focusing on developing a total of 800 Square kilometers of Land for Real Estate Development in Inner Mongolia PR China, which include commercial buildings, and residential development, five star hotels, shopping centers, casinos, golf courses as well as horse racing facilities and recreation and entertainment.

Closing Price
$0.0017
Day's Change
0.0001 (6.25%)
Bid
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Ask
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B/A Size
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Day's High
0.0017
Day's Low
0.0017
Volume
21,000

Microsoft's stock rises while Apple falls, to put Microsoft back on top as most valuable U.S. company

12:59 pm ET February 10, 2020 (MarketWatch)
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Microsoft Corp.'s stock (MSFT) is rallying on Monday, while Apple Inc. shares (AAPL) are falling, by enough to put Microsoft on track to regain its place as the most valuable U.S. company, after more than three months in second place. Microsoft's stock rose 1.3% to boost its market capitalization to $1.417 trillion, from $1.399 trillion as of Friday's close, while Apple's stock fell 0.3% to knock its market cap down to $1.396 billion from $1.400 billion. The last time Microsoft was the most valuable U.S. company at the market's close was Oct. 30 and Oct. 29. That had snapped a 7-session streak in which Apple was the most valuable. Before that, Microsoft was the most valuable for 127-straight sessions, from April 18, 2019 through Oct. 17. Year to date, Microsoft's stock has run up 18.2% and Apple shares have gained 8.7%, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average has tacked on 2.1%. Meanwhile, Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) was the third most valuable company, as the stock's 2.2% surge boosted the e-commerce giant's market-cap to $1.058 trillion, while Google-parent Alphabet's Inc.'s stock (GOOGL) tacked on 1.2% to lift its market cap to $1.029 trillion.

-Tomi Kilgore; 415-439-6400; AskNewswires@dowjones.com

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February 10, 2020 12:59 ET (17:59 GMT)

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