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Last Updated: Sep 23, 2019 4:34 p.m. EDT Delayed quote

$177.02

0.04 0.02%
After Hours Volume: 232.9K
Retail/Wholesale -1.99%
Close Chg Chg %
$176.98 -5.53 -3.03% -5.53 -3.03%
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Volume: 14M 65 Day Avg. - 15.8M
Open: 181.25
Close: 176.98
176.80 Day Low/High 181.33
Day Range
129.77 52 Week Low/High 195.72

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Key Data

  • Open $181.25
  • Day Range 176.80 - 181.33
  • 52 Week Range 129.77 - 195.72
  • Market Cap $475.18B
  • Shares Outstanding 325.45M
  • Public Float 2.59B
  • Beta 1.23
  • Rev. per Employee $781.26K
  • P/E Ratio 31.66
  • EPS $5.59
  • Yield n/a
  • Dividend n/a
  • Ex-Dividend Date n/a
  • Short Interest 19.23M 08/30/19
  • % of Float Shorted 0.74%
  • Average Volume 15.81M

Performance

5 Day
  • -0.05%
1 Month
  • 6.68%
3 Month
  • 5.28%
YTD
  • 29.12%
1 Year
  • 8.47%

Recent News

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Barron's

Alibaba Sails Into Investor Day Event With Strong Growth

Alibaba ADRs have soared more than 30% year to date, as the e-commerce giant continued to defy concerns over a weakening Chinese economy and deliver strong growth across multiple business segments. Analysts see more in store for the company.

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Silicon Valley’s final frontier for mobile payments — ‘the neoliberal takeover of the human body’

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Opinion

Amazon, Netflix and Apple shares are no longer beloved by the average investor

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Charting a bull-trend pullback: S&P, Dow retest the breakout point

Barron's

An Alibaba Play With Options

An investor meeting that concludes on Tuesday offers an opportunity for options investors to make gains.

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An Obscure Post Office Fight Has High Stakes for UPS, Amazon, and Holiday Shoppers

The U.S. is pressing for changes to the Universal Postal Union. It’s, er, part and parcel of the Trump administration’s push to level the playing field for trade with China.

Barron's

Alibaba Is Meeting With Investors Today. Here’s What to Expect.

On September 23 and 24, Alibaba will host its annual investor day in Hangzhou, China. In the past, Alibaba has disclosed key information, such as annual revenue guidance and segment operating metrics on the investor day.

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How to invest in — or avoid — what makes China China

Barron's

In Defense of SoftBank and Masayoshi Son

Investments in Uber and WeWork are dragging down SoftBank’s stock. The selloff has mostly served to make a cheap stock cheaper

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Nike Defies Gravity

Shares of the sneaker and apparel giant are up 17% in 2019, even as tariffs, Amazon.com, and global worries weigh on much of the consumer sector

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The new technology that could turn small businesses into international companies

Starbucks launches voice ordering in China with Alibaba smart speaker

Starbucks Corp. said Wednesday that it has partnered with Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. to launch voice ordering in China with Alibaba's smart speaker, Tmall Genie. The Starbucks virtual store sells a Starbucks-themed version of the speaker. Deliveries arrive within 30 minutes. Starbucks and Alibaba have been partners for one year and have collaborated on a number of programs to grow the coffee business in China. The voice ordering program uses Alibaba's Ele.me on-demand food delivery platform, which was introduced earlier this year. Starbucks stock has rallied almost 65% over the past year. Alibaba shares are up 14.3%. And the S&P 500 index is up 3.5% for the period.

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Juul’s sales halted in China without explanation, days after launch

Barron's

Oil Prices Can’t Make or Break Emerging Markets Anymore

Emerging markets’ muted reaction to the Saudi oil attack may be dictating a new reality.

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S&P 500 approaches uncharted territory, Tandem global-market rally accelerates

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Alibaba founder Jack Ma steps down as chairman

Barron's

Buy Alibaba Now Ahead of Its Investor Day, Analyst Says

As Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba prepares to host its annual investor day on September 23 and 24 in Hangzhou, China, one analyst thinks now is an attractive entry point for the stock before its valuation gets bumped up.

Barron's

Alibaba Bulks Up Import Ecommerce Operations With Buy of Netease Unit

Two of China’s leading e-commerce platforms for imported goods are merging into one, and Alibaba Group Holding will further strengthen its leading position in the cross-border marketplace.

Barron's

Altaba Payout to Shareholders Comes Up Short

Altaba, the former Yahoo, announced a lower-than-expected initial distribution as part of its liquidation program as the company appears to be taking a conservative approach to dealing with potential future liabilities.

Altaba declares distribution price as part of liquidation plan, which is less than original estimates

Altaba Inc. declared Friday a pre-dissolution liquidating distribution of $51.50 in cash per share this month, which was less than originally estimated. The distribution will be paid on Sept. 23 to shareholders of record on Sept. 16. The distribution is part of Altaba's plan to liquidate and dissolve the investment company, which assets consist primarily of China-based e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. stock. When the Altaba announced board approval of the liquidation and dissolution plan on April 2, the company had estimated a fourth-quarter distribution of between $52.12 to $59.63 per share. Since then, Alibaba's stock has lost 1.5% through Thursday. Altaba's stock was still inactive in premarket trading, while Alibaba shares gained 0.5%. Year to date, Altaba shares have rallied 20.2% and Alibaba's stock has surged 30.6%, while the S&P 500 has gained 18.7%.

China Moves to Increase Oversight of Tech Companies

The eastern Chinese technology hub of Hangzhou will assign government representatives to work within 100 local companies in a new indication of the Chinese government’s increasingly close monitoring of private companies.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

WeWork Is a Headache for SoftBank

Will We go public this year or not? The question matters for technology giant SoftBank as well as WeWork’s embattled parent company.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

What Drove SoftBank’s Vision Fund Up Is Dragging It Down

SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son is counting on five or six IPOs from the Vision Fund’s portfolio during the current fiscal year, but many of the fund’s companies are still burning through cash and losing money.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

China Will Live or Die by Its Digital Economy

Beijing has declined to embark on productivity-enhancing reforms—and is betting the farm on information technology to keep growth high.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

China’s Tencent to Invest in Educational Startup VIPKid

Tencent Holdings is set to invest $150 million in VIPKid amid concerns over the online education company’s business model.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Cash May Be King in India, but Google Is Prince of Mobile Payments

The leading player in the battle for mobile payments in India isn’t a Chinese firm, Apple, Visa or PayPal. It’s Google.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Juul’s Sales Halted in China, Days After Launch

Sales by e-cigarette maker Juul Labs have been halted in China, days after the startup launched its products in the world’s biggest tobacco market.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Biotech Firm Moves to Revive Hong Kong IPO Market

Chinese company Shanghai Henlius Biotech kicked off what would be Hong Kong’s first sizable listing after a summer of unrest and stock-market weakness.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Alibaba Sends Jack Ma Off With Birthday Extravaganza

Twenty years after former English teacher Jack Ma founded online retailer Alibaba Group Holding, he bid farewell to 60,000 employees who packed a stadium in southern China to wish him a happy birthday—and send him off with an extravaganza of song, dance and fireworks.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

With Jack Ma’s Retirement, Alibaba Loses Its Brash Leader

Jack Ma on Tuesday will step down as executive chairman of Alibaba, the nearly half-trillion-dollar online-shopping giant that he co-founded in an apartment in southern China two decades ago.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

The World Expected a Chinese Tech Takeover. Alibaba Can’t Even Conquer Vietnam.

The Chinese juggernaut handles more business on its shopping sites than any other company in the world. Yet like many of its compatriots, the company has struggled to expand into new markets, stymied by nimbler local rivals.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

How to Understand Alibaba’s Latest Shopping Trip

The imminent retirement of co-founder Jack Ma hasn’t dimmed the ambitions of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba. The company’s recent deals seem aimed at keeping old rivals at bay.

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Aramco Plans Split IPO, Shunning London, Hong Kong

Saudi Aramco is considering a plan to split the world’s largest IPO into two stages, debuting a portion of its shares on the Saudi stock exchange later this year and following up with an international offering in 2020 or 2021.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Young Chinese Spend Like Americans—and Take on Worrisome Debt

Chinese under 30 aren’t savers like their parents and grandparents. The avid consumption is helping China diversify its economy, but it’s also amplifying household debt that some economists say could weigh on China’s growth.

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Amazon Holds Talks With Indonesian Ride-Hailing Startup Gojek

Amazon and Indonesian ride-hailing startup Gojek have held preliminary talks on a partnership, which could expand Amazon’s services into a populous new market.

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China’s Potential New Trade Weapon: Corporate Social Credits

Foreigners worry that Beijing will use its developing corporate “social credit” system as a weapon against international companies amid the U.S.-China trade war.

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Alibaba Puts Hong Kong Listing on Hold as Protests Roil City

Alibaba has postponed plans for a multibillion-dollar share listing in Hong Kong, as protests now in their third month exact a deepening economic cost.

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Amazon Seeks New Local Vendors in Israel as It Eyes Expansion

Amazon is looking for additional vendors in Israel to bolster its service in the country, a move that comes as the e-commerce company prepares to launch a local-language website to tap the fast-growing Middle East market.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Hess Has Been 2019’s Top Oil and Gas Stock, but Shale Isn’t the Reason

Hess has emerged as the best-performing U.S. oil company this year. The reasons have little to do with the American fracking boom.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

How China’s Answer to Google Lost Its Way

Search-engine leader Baidu has lost ground in advertising to app providers such as Bytedance that specialize in viral content.

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JD.Com Unlocking Value; Insights From IQIYI's Drama

JD.Com Unlocking Value; Insights From IQIYI's Drama

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Tencent: Shift To Chinese Enterprise Brings Execution Risk

Tencent: Shift To Chinese Enterprise Brings Execution Risk

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InvestorPlace Roundup: Digging Into the Marijuana Stocks

InvestorPlace Roundup: Digging Into the Marijuana Stocks

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Long-Term Investors Should Consider Buying SHOP Stock Near $250

Long-Term Investors Should Consider Buying SHOP Stock Near $250

  • on InvestorPlace.com

Top Stock Picks for Week of September 23, 2019

Details Behind BABA and SPLK.

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Top Analyst Reports for Bristol-Myers Squibb, Lockheed Martin & Alphabet

Today's Research Daily features new research reports on 16 major stocks, including Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMY), Lockheed Martin (LMT) and Alphabet (GOOGL).

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This Connection Between Alibaba and TikTok Means Big Bucks for BABA Stock

This Connection Between Alibaba and TikTok Means Big Bucks for BABA Stock

  • on InvestorPlace.com

China Moves to Increase Oversight of Tech Companies

The eastern Chinese technology hub of Hangzhou will assign government representatives to work within 100 local companies in a new indication of the Chinese government’s increasingly close monitoring of private companies.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Akamai Acquires KryptCo, Enhances Cloud Security Portfolio

Akamai's (AKAM) strong media division traffic, growing adoption of cloud-based security solutions and robust over-the top (OTT) content viewing are key positives.

  • on Zacks.com

Is Alibaba Group Holding (BABA) Outperforming Other Retail-Wholesale Stocks This Year?

Is (BABA) Outperforming Other Retail-Wholesale Stocks This Year?

  • on Zacks.com

WeWork Is a Headache for SoftBank

Will We go public this year or not? The question matters for technology giant SoftBank as well as WeWork’s embattled parent company.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

What Drove SoftBank’s Vision Fund Up Is Dragging It Down

SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son is counting on five or six IPOs from the Vision Fund’s portfolio during the current fiscal year, but many of the fund’s companies are still burning through cash and losing money.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Breakfast: Germany Teeters On Brink Of Recession

Wall Street Breakfast: Germany Teeters On Brink Of Recession

  • on Seeking Alpha

The 5 Great Businesses That I'll Never Sell

The 5 Great Businesses That I'll Never Sell

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China state officials sent to private firms

China state officials sent to private firms

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China Will Live or Die by Its Digital Economy

Beijing has declined to embark on productivity-enhancing reforms—and is betting the farm on information technology to keep growth high.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Housing Data Roars Back To Life, Finally

Housing Data Roars Back To Life, Finally

  • on Seeking Alpha

Amazon, Alibaba And Peloton In Focus (Stocks To Watch Podcast)

Amazon, Alibaba And Peloton In Focus (Stocks To Watch Podcast)

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Stocks To Watch: Amazon, Alibaba And Peloton In Focus

Stocks To Watch: Amazon, Alibaba And Peloton In Focus

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JD.Com Is Fine, but JD Stock Needs a Poke

JD.Com Is Fine, but JD Stock Needs a Poke

  • on InvestorPlace.com

Data Broker Market Growth Boosting Strategies by Top Key Players Alibaba Group Holdings, Acxiom, Experian, Equifax, CoreLogic, TransUnion, Datasift

Data Broker Market Growth Boosting Strategies by Top Key Players Alibaba Group Holdings, Acxiom, Experian, Equifax, CoreLogic, TransUnion, Datasift

  • on Innovative Reports

Wearable Payment Market Still Has Room to Grow | Emerging Players Apple,Jawbone,Google

Wearable Payment Market Still Has Room to Grow | Emerging Players Apple,Jawbone,Google

  • on HTF Market Intelligence

Group Buying Market Future Prospects 2025

Group Buying Market Future Prospects 2025

  • on HTF Market Intelligence

Used Car Market 2019|Top Key Players Analysis, Trends, Global Size Forecast To 2024

Used Car Market 2019|Top Key Players Analysis, Trends, Global Size Forecast To 2024

  • on Heraldkeepers

Next-Generation Firewall Market to set Phenomenal Growth| Cisco Systems, Hillstone Networks, Huawei Technologies

Next-Generation Firewall Market to set Phenomenal Growth| Cisco Systems, Hillstone Networks, Huawei Technologies

  • on The Express Wire

Online Payment Gateway Market Global Trends, market Share, Growth, Opportunity And 2023

Online Payment Gateway Market Global Trends, market Share, Growth, Opportunity And 2023

  • on AmericaNewsHour

LendingClub Appoints Michael Zeisser to its Board of Directors

LendingClub Appoints Michael Zeisser to its Board of Directors

  • on PR Newswire - PRF

Data Centre Data Centers Industry: Future Demand, Market Analysis & Outlook to 2025 | Amazon Web Services, Alibaba, Apple Inc, etc

Data Centre Data Centers Industry: Future Demand, Market Analysis & Outlook to 2025 | Amazon Web Services, Alibaba, Apple Inc, etc

  • on Industry News Wire

Semtech and Alibaba Cloud Prevent Asset Loss and Theft with LoRa®-based Tracker

Semtech and Alibaba Cloud Prevent Asset Loss and Theft with LoRa®-based Tracker

  • on BusinessWire - BZX

Serverless Architecture Market Size 2019 From Manufacturing Sector To Witness Robust Growth Over 2025

Serverless Architecture Market Size 2019 From Manufacturing Sector To Witness Robust Growth Over 2025

  • on AmericaNewsHour

Business-to-Business E-commerce Software Solutions Market: How the Business Will Grow in 2025? Prominent Players: Oracle Corporation, IBM, NetSuite Inc, Alibaba, SAP, Axway, Adobe

Business-to-Business E-commerce Software Solutions Market: How the Business Will Grow in 2025? Prominent Players: Oracle Corporation, IBM, NetSuite Inc, Alibaba, SAP, Axway, Adobe

  • on The Express Wire

Internet Advertising Market Is Likely to Experience a Tremendous Growth in Near Future

Internet Advertising Market Is Likely to Experience a Tremendous Growth in Near Future

  • on HTF Market Intelligence

Thinking about trading options or stock in Alibaba, BP, DISH Network, Visa, or Exxon Mobil?

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Quantum Computing Market; Technologies : Forecast 2019-2022 Opportunities, Trends, Drivers, Challenges, Competition

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Online Payment Gateway Market: key Vendors, Trends, Analysis, Segmentation, Forecast to 2018-2023

Online Payment Gateway Market: key Vendors, Trends, Analysis, Segmentation, Forecast to 2018-2023

  • on AmericaNewsHour

Online Travel Marke Is Estimated To Expand At a Healthy CAGR in the Upcoming Forecast 2023

Online Travel Marke Is Estimated To Expand At a Healthy CAGR in the Upcoming Forecast 2023

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Alibaba Group Holding Limited $BABA Trading Report

Alibaba Group Holding Limited $BABA Trading Report

  • on Stock Traders Daily

Online Payment Gateway Market Analysis 2019: Demand, Size, Share, Growth Opportunities, Technology, Market Potential, Segmentation, Trends & Global Industry Forecast to 2025 - 16 Sep 2019

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  • on MarketersMedia

Sports Footwear Online Retailing Market Booming Worldwide with leading Players: Nike, Adidas, PUMA etc.

Sports Footwear Online Retailing Market Booming Worldwide with leading Players: Nike, Adidas, PUMA etc.

  • on Industry News Wire

Digital Advertising Market Analysis |Alibaba,Facebook Inc. Amazon,Baidu and Google

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  • on AmericaNewsHour

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. ADR

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. engages in providing online and mobile marketplaces in retail and wholesale trade. It operates through the following business segments: Core Commerce; Cloud Computing; Digital Media and Entertainment; and Innovation Initiatives and Others. The Core Commerce segment comprises of platforms operating in retail and wholesale. The Cloud Computing segment consists of Alibaba Cloud, which offers elastic computing, database, storage and content delivery network, large scale computing, security, management and application, big data analytics, a machine learning platform, and other services provide for enterprises of different sizes across various industries. The Digital Media and Entertainment segment relates to the Youko Tudou and UC Browser business. The Innovation Initiatives and Others segment includes businesses such as AutoNavi, DingTalk, Tmall Genie, and others. The company was founded by Chung Tsai and Yun Ma on June 28, 1999 and is headquartered in Hangzhou, China. (See Full Profile)

Analyst Ratings

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Number of Ratings 53 Full Ratings

Competitors

Name Chg % Market Cap
Overstock.com Inc. -25.25% $528.28M
Rakuten Inc. ADR 0.57% $13.25B
eBay Inc. -0.30% $33.85B
Amazon.com Inc. -0.49% $887.49B
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