BABA - Alibaba Group Holding Limited

NYSE - Nasdaq Real-time price. Currency in USD
180.3348
-2.3452 (-1.2838%)
As of 11:42AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close178.7000
Open183.2600
Bid180.6200 x 200
Ask180.6800 x 100
Day's range179.5200 - 183.5200
52-week range111.4800 - 206.2000
Volume5,429,500
Avg. volume20,232,893
Market cap463.367B
Beta2.66
PE ratio (TTM)44.09
EPS (TTM)4.0900
Earnings date4 May 2018
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est218.53
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • JD.com Partners With SINA to Tackle Alibaba
    Motley Fool1 hour ago

    JD.com Partners With SINA to Tackle Alibaba

    JD’s new deal with SINA could force Alibaba to make some big moves.

  • Why KeyBanc Is Bullish on eBay
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    Why KeyBanc Is Bullish on eBay

    Wall Street investment bank KeyBanc Capital Markets recently upgraded its rating on eBay (EBAY) stock to “overweight” from “sector-weight.” KeyBanc sees eBay stock closing the year at $50 per share. In a research note cited by MarketWatch, analyst Ed Yruma of KeyBanc shared details on why the firm is bullish on eBay.

  • Chinese Regulations Are Hurdle for JD’s Offshore Property Venture
    Market Realist3 hours ago

    Chinese Regulations Are Hurdle for JD’s Offshore Property Venture

    Starting in April 2018, JD.com (JD) customers in China can browse and buy property online through the company’s e-commerce platform. Through a partnership with international property portal Juwai.com, JD allows its customers to browse real-estate listings for properties in the US, Britain, Australia, and Canada. For their offshore property shopping, JD customers can get assistance from Juwai experts in closing a deal.

  • A Look at Facebook’s Valuation Multiples
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    A Look at Facebook’s Valuation Multiples

    On February 28, 2018, Facebook (FB) was the third-largest Internet player worldwide with a market cap of ~$518.0 billion. However, March wasn’t kind to Facebook following revelations that data company Cambridge Analytica had improperly collected the personal data of ~87 million Facebook users and influenced President Donald Trump’s election campaign, sparking a US regulatory inquiry and an outcry from lawmakers in several countries.

  • Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba sets plans for Thailand
    Associated Press5 hours ago

    Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba sets plans for Thailand

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  • A look at Twitter’s Stock Analysis
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    A look at Twitter’s Stock Analysis

    As of April 14, 2018, Twitter (TWTR) was trading 6.5% above its 100-day moving average. That compares to Facebook (FB) at 7.1% below its 100-day moving average, Amazon (AMZN) at 5.8% above its 100-day moving average, Alphabet (GOOG) at 4.5% below its 100-day moving average, and Alibaba (BABA) at 6.5% below its 100-day moving average.

  • Echo Gains Skills and Boosts Amazon’s Competitiveness
    Market Realistyesterday

    Echo Gains Skills and Boosts Amazon’s Competitiveness

    Just as Amazon (AMZN) is preparing to meet investors and analysts to discuss its 1Q18 results, its Echo device has gained skills and given Amazon more of an edge in the increasingly competitive smart speaker market. In the first week of April, Amazon introduced Alexa Announcements, a feature that transforms Echo into an in-house intercom system for broadcasting messages to other speakers in different rooms. The Echo intercom feature could be ideal for a large household.

  • Key Updates since Alibaba’s Latest Investment in Ofo
    Market Realistyesterday

    Key Updates since Alibaba’s Latest Investment in Ofo

    A lot has transpired in the biking market since Alibaba (BABA) led several other investors in injecting more funds into bike-sharing provider Ofo last month. Just a few weeks after it was revealed that Alibaba led a funding round that raised $866 million for Ofo, Meituan-Dianping, a bike-sharing provider, moved to acquire its rival Mobike. Both Meituan and Mobike are backed by Alibaba mobile payment rival Tencent (TCEHY). Tencent also backs Snapchat parent Snap (SNAP). ...

  • What You Need to Know about Alibaba’s Recent Investment in Ofo
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    What You Need to Know about Alibaba’s Recent Investment in Ofo

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  • Amazon’s Technical Indicators: A Peer Comparison
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    Amazon’s Technical Indicators: A Peer Comparison

    Amazon has an EV (enterprise value) of $703.9 billion. In comparison, Internet peers Alphabet (GOOG), Facebook (FB), Alibaba (BABA), and Baidu (BIDU) have EVs of $613.0 billion, $441.4 billion, $447.8 billion, and $76.7 billion, respectively.

  • How Amazon Plans to Expand in Overseas Markets
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    How Amazon Plans to Expand in Overseas Markets

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  • Tencent's Growth Threatens These 5 Companies
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    Tencent's Growth Threatens These 5 Companies

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    Aluminum Prices Reflect the Impact of Tariffs and Sanctions

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  • Why Amazon Wants to Expand Its Local Content in India
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    Why Amazon Wants to Expand Its Local Content in India

    With a population of more than 1.3 billion people, India has become the fastest-growing market for Amazon’s (AMZN) video service, Amazon executive Tim Leslie told Reuters recently. Prime Video, Amazon’s streaming video service, is a component of Amazon’s Prime membership program that offers members benefits such as free delivery of goods purchased from Amazon’s website and an array of digital entertainment services.

  • Trump Coughs on Amazon, and Facebook and Google Catch the Cold
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    Trump Coughs on Amazon, and Facebook and Google Catch the Cold

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  • Amazon in Trump’s Crosshairs
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    Amazon in Trump’s Crosshairs

    As Amazon (AMZN) is preparing to report its 1Q18 results, Donald Trump has escalated his criticism of the company’s practices, particularly its delivery contract with the US Postal Service and collection of sales tax. In late March, Axios reported that Trump wasn’t paying much attention to the debate about Facebook’s (FB) handling of user data, but seemed intent on clipping Amazon’s wings.

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    [$$] Ant Financial’s $150bn valuation belies glaring risks for investors

    Alibaba founder Jack Ma and his trusty advisers have pulled off a coup in gaining a $150bn valuation for Ant Financial ahead of a mooted listing next year. It is easy to see how the pitch to investors ...

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    [$$] A Sorrell-less WPP

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    Asian consumers love digital banking — here’s why Americans are less excited about it

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  • What to Expect from Amazon’s 1Q18 Results
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    What to Expect from Amazon’s 1Q18 Results

    With the release of its 4Q17 results in February, Amazon (AMZN) provided some guidance for 1Q18. The company expects revenue of $47.8 billion–$50.8 billion during the quarter. The low end of Amazon’s revenue guidance represents 34% YoY (year-over-year) growth, while the high end of the guidance represents 42% YoY growth.

  • Here's the Real Reason to Love Alibaba
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    Here's the Real Reason to Love Alibaba

    The Chinese e-commerce giant is a complex company, but the main reason to love it is simple.

  • Amazon’s Cloud Business Sees Double-Digit Growth
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    Amazon’s Cloud Business Sees Double-Digit Growth

    Amazon’s (AMZN) cloud computing business, Amazon Web Services (or AWS), was its fastest-growing revenue division in 4Q17. AWS revenue increased 45% YoY (year-over-year) to $5.1 billion, while Amazon’s core North America retail division and international business grew 42% and 29%, respectively. Google parent Alphabet (GOOGL) saw its cloud division grow 38.2% YoY in 4Q17, whereas cloud computing revenue grew 98% YoY at Microsoft (MSFT), 104% YoY at Alibaba (BABA), and 16% YoY at Oracle (ORCL), in the period corresponding to Amazon’s 4Q17.

  • Can Amazon Defend Its Lead in the Cloud Computing Market?
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    Can Amazon Defend Its Lead in the Cloud Computing Market?

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  • Business Wire3 days ago

    Alibaba Group Will Announce March Quarter 2018 and Full Fiscal Year 2018 Results on May 4, 2018

    HANGZHOU, China--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA) today announced that it will report its unaudited financial results for the quarter and fiscal year ended March 31, 2018 before ...

  • Financial Times4 days ago

    [$$] China’s credit rating conundrum

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