Chinese domain market report : China’s exports plummet

Chinese domain sales report.

Chinese domain sales report.

China is the 2nd largest economy in the world, but the recently released financial data for September look rather dismal.

Exports fell by 5.6% on an estimated growth of 2.5%.

Imports grew only 2.2% when estimates were anticipating 5.5%.

China’s Trade Surplus was 278B yuan, about 24% less than the 365B yuan that was forecast.

Domain sales of so-called “liquid domains” have lost both volume and prices.

These days, Chinese domain spammers offer $100 – $150 for LLLL .com domains that used to command high three figures. Meanwhile, “Chinese premium” letters have been hovering in $1,000 – $1,200 with no bright future in sight.

While interest in those domains remains, trading activity – or rather, lack thereof – has made us report on Chinese domain market sales every few days.

We keep track of domains between 2 to 4 characters in length, in the .CN, .COM and .NET TLDs that change hands.

Today’s report spans domains that were traded between October 6 to October 14.

In case you missed it on this list, two letter domain appears to have been sold. The majority of the list consists of domain “Chips” in the .CN and .COM TLDs.

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