After the news of reducing its holdings of meituan (3690. HK) was said to be “inaccurate”, it was reported that Tencent (0700. HK) planned to reduce its holdings of 100 billion yuan of listed company stock investment within the year< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > recently, according to the financial times, Tencent’s management has proposed a soft target internally, that is, to divest about 100 billion yuan of assets from its listed stock assets this year. The specific situation will depend on the market situation and the internal profit target< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > on September 1, Tencent replied to the news reporter that it had not set any target amount for reducing its holdings; Tencent’s investment always aims at creating rich returns for the company and its shareholders, rather than reaching a certain amount at any given time; Tencent has not been subjected to external pressure against its portfolio< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > on August 17, in Tencent’s second quarter financial report teleconference, Tencent executives said that the relevant report on reducing meituan was “not accurate”. < br > < div class = "height" > < / div > in the teleconference, Tencent executives said that Tencent has been optimizing its investment portfolio. Tencent pays about US $17 billion to US $18 billion to shareholders in the hope of providing sufficient returns for shareholders. Before Tencent reduced its holdings of and other stocks, it also returned these funds to shareholders, and at the same time, it also carried out some buybacks to rationally distribute the investment. In the future, Tencent’s rebate and buybacks to shareholders will continue. < br > < div class = "height" > < / div > it is worth noting that Tencent has significantly “slimmed down” its investment industry within half a year. < br > < div class = "height" > < / div > the financial report shows that as of June 30, the fair value of Tencent’s equity in listed investment companies (excluding subsidiaries) was 601.9 billion yuan. At the end of last year, the figure was 982.835 billion yuan. This also means that the fair value of Tencent’s investment has decreased by about 380 billion yuan in half a year. < br > < div class = "height" > < / div > since the second half of last year, Tencent has reduced 14.7% of the shares of JD group in the form of dividends, and has also successively reduced the shares of Hailan home, Donghai group, Bubu Gao, New Oriental online, Huayi Brothers and other companies< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > as of the end of September 1, Tencent closed at HK $324.6, down 0.79%.