Leju Holdings Ltd - ADR (LEJU) falls -1.4710% for June 17

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Leju Holdings Ltd - ADR (NYSE: LEJU) shares fell -1.4710% to end trading Thursday at $2.01 per share - a net change of $-0.03. Shares traded between $2.04 and $1.99 throughout the day.

About Leju Holdings Ltd - ADR

Leju Holdings Limited ('Leju') is a leading e-commerce and online media platform for real estate and home furnishing industries in China, offering real estate e-commerce, online advertising and online listing services. Leju's integrated online platform comprises various mobile applications along with local websites covering more than 380 cities, enhanced by complementary offline services to facilitate residential property transactions. In addition to the Company's own websites, Leju operates the real estate and home furnishing websites of SINA Corporation, and maintains a strategic partnership with Tencent Holdings Limited.

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