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Why Alibaba Shares Are Falling Today

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Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE: BABA) is trading lower Thursday after the company announced worse-than-expected quarterly financial results.

Alibaba reported quarterly non-GAAP diluted earnings per ADS of $1.74, which came in below the estimate of $1.93, representing a decrease of 38% year-over-year. The company reported quarterly revenue of $31.15 billion, which came in below the estimate of $32.05 billion.

Alibaba expects fiscal 2022 revenue growth between 20% and 23%.

Global annual active consumers across the Alibaba ecosystem reached approximately 1.24 billion during the quarter.

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"This quarter, Alibaba continued to firmly invest into our three strategic pillars of domestic consumption, globalization, and cloud computing to establish solid foundations for our long-term goal of sustainable growth in the future," said Daniel Zhang, chairman and CEO of Alibaba.

See Also: Alibaba Q2 Earnings, 2022 Guidance Trail Estimates, Dragged By Macroeconomic Weakness, Regulatory Crackdown, Investments

BABA Price Action: Alibaba has traded as high as $280.61 and as low as $138.43 over a 52-week period.

The stock was down 6.18% at $151.71 at time of publication.

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