|Bid||1,143.90 x 1000|
|Ask||1,144.99 x 1000|
|Day's range||1,143.65 - 1,149.39|
|52-week range||894.79 - 1,186.89|
|PE ratio (TTM)||48.66|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||1,291.00|
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Alphabet Inc.’s (NASDAQ: GOOGL) Google subsidiary announced that it will be investing $550 million in Chinese e-commerce powerhouse JD.com (NYSE: JD) in exchange for 27,106,948 newly issued Class A shares at a price of $40.58 per ADS. JD.com’s stock has responded to the news by rising more than 5% in pre-market trading, while the stock of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, is down just over 0.5%.
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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Google said Monday that it will invest $550 million in Alibaba's main rival JD.com as the U.S. tech giant seeks to expand in fast-growing Asian e-commerce markets.
Google is investing $550 million in cash in China’s JD.com Inc. as the U.S. search giant pushes deeper into online commerce. Alphabet Inc.’s Google will buy newly issued Class A shares at $20.29 per share, equivalent to $40.58 per ADS, the companies said in a joint statement Monday. The pair plan to explore joint development of retail solutions in regions, including Southeast Asia, the U.S. and Europe.
, the Chinese ecommerce group, in a move that will see the two collaborate on retail and other initiatives. The deal for a less than 1 per cent stake is the latest step in a low-profile China strategy being quietly stitched together by Google, whose core search engine has been blocked in China since 2010. The partnership between Google and China’s second-biggest ecommerce player aims to marry the internet company’s user base with JD.com’s logistics expertise and infrastructure to develop retail opportunities in south-east Asia, the US and Europe.
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Google will invest $550 million in Chinese e-commerce powerhouse JD.com, part of the U.S. internet giant's efforts to expand its presence in fast-growing Asian markets and battle rivals including Amazon.com. Scarlett Cvitanovich reports.