On CNBC's "Mad Money Lightning Round," Jim Cramer said Jumia Technologies AG - ADR (NYSE: JMIA) is a good spec. Key market indexes extended their gains midday Tuesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average roaring 600 points higher on Election Day. With the share price having pulled back to an attractive level and future prospects remaining solid, we are increasing our rating. He called bottom of stocks in '09, and recommended AMZN before it soared an extraordinary 1,800%. While the stock holds a Moderate Buy consensus ratings, at $23.37, the average price target implies shares will drop by 30% over the coming months. Production climbed from 650,000 brakes in 1926 to 3.6 million in 1928. There are a total of 8 ratings; 7 Buys and 1 Hold -- all add up to a Strong Buy consensus rating. Its more than 20 million small business borrowers pay an average lending rate of about 11%, almost double the average 5.94% small borrowers can get from banks.Guo Wuping, head of consumer protection at the CBIRC, said in a commentary on Monday that Ant’s Huabei service was similar to a credit card but with higher charges. Humira is expected to bring in ~40% of AbbVie’s 2020 drug division revenues – but with an expired patent, competition is growing. Here's what that means for asset allocation. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date on which such statements were made. Meanwhile, regional banks are still in the doghouse, struggling and sometimes being restructured because they lack capital buffers. (See ABBV stock analysis on TipRanks)WesBanco (WSBC)Next up is WesBanco, a bank operating in the region of western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky with 236 branches. Fintech giants are making much more than lenders, city commercial banks complained to local media. The former focuses on quick consumer loans for small purchases, while the latter finances everything from travel to education. Rather, China’s biggest risk is that it “lacks a financial ecosystem.” Chinese banks are like “pawn shops”, where collateral and guarantees are the hard currencies. All rights reserved. At the opening of his speech, Ma admitted he was conflicted as to whether to attend the forum and speak up. We will remove this and make the changes needed. The stock’s current price is $88 and the average price target is $110.13 suggesting 25% one-year upside move. The former focuses on quick consumer loans for small purchases, while the latter finances everything from travel to education. It’s a blow to the Hong Kong bourse, which was expecting the IPO to boost share sales to a decade high.China Tells Ant It Can’t Go Public Until Capital Shortfall Fixed. In this context, forward-looking statements often address expected future business and financial performance and financial condition, and often contain words such as “expect,” “anticipate,” “intend,” “plan,” “believe,” “seek,” “see,” “will,” “would,” “target,” similar expressions, and variations or negatives of these words. The Shanghai Stock Exchange suspended Ant’s listing on its Star board, citing Monday's meeting and subsequent regulatory changes. The consequences came this week. Here's What Earnings, Charts Show. This figure suggests a potential upside of 35% over the next year. Bureaucrats at the People’s Bank of China, for instance, had used the same words themselves. Get a free quote today. Here’s the latest tidbit of evidence: In the third quarter, even as China’s economy recovered and 86% of 300 smaller manufacturers CLSA spoke to became profitable, most remained wary. Ant then said in a filing it would suspend its Hong Kong IPO as well. These and other forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future results and are subject to risks, uncertainties and assumptions that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statements, including the failure to consummate the transactions or to make any filing or take other action required to consummate such transactions in a timely matter or at all. China is demanding capital increases for the fintech giant.Hong Kong Exchange Shares Fall After Ant IPO Is Pulled. But he was right. U.S. firm reveals first-ever deployment (in Arizona) of tech breakthrough that could radically change your life over the next decade. President Xi Jinping’s government is tightening controls on Ant and other fast-growing financial conglomerates after years of allowing them to operate without capital and leverage requirements imposed on banks.Authorities haven’t yet provided much detail about what prompted the turnabout on the IPO, beyond saying it couldn’t go ahead because of a “significant change” in the regulatory environment.The halt comes after Ma blasted the nation’s financial system and questioned global regulatory models at a high-profile conference last month, calling banks “pawn shops.” China is still a “youth” and needs more innovation to build an ecosystem for the healthy development of the local industry, Ma said.Any funding curbs could deal a major blow to Ant. Discover Why This Gold Stock Could Be The Biggest Trade of 2020. "It's a joke': retail investors shocked as China halts Ant Group's IPO, Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Ant’s Pulled IPO, Dow Jones Jumps 600 Points In Election Day Rally As Biden Leads Trump. The company currently keeps about 2% of loans on its own balance sheet, with the rest funded by third parties or packaged as securities and sold on.The full scope of China’s plans for Ant are unclear, and it’s possible that lenders will continue to work with the company once it complies with regulators’ requests.