BABA - Alibaba Group Holding Limited

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
173.09
-2.48 (-1.41%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

172.31 -0.78 (-0.45%)
Pre-Market: 4:42AM EDT

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Previous Close175.57
Open177.63
Bid171.80 x 300
Ask173.00 x 500
Day's Range170.68 - 178.00
52 Week Range114.00 - 206.20
Volume14,567,517
Avg. Volume19,519,269
Market Cap444.751B
Beta2.66
PE Ratio (TTM)42.32
EPS (TTM)4.09
Earnings DateMay 4, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est217.63
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Alibaba is bringing its smart assistant to cars from Daimler, Audi and Volvo
    TechCrunch22 hours ago

    Alibaba is bringing its smart assistant to cars from Daimler, Audi and Volvo

    Alibaba is jumping behind the wheel after it announced that Daimler, Audi and

  • Bloomberg11 hours ago

    Early Backer of Alibaba Sees Trillion Dollar Value on User Data

    Investors may have cooled on Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. as its profit margins narrow, but one of its early backers says the e-commerce giant is far from its peak. John Ho, founder and chief investment officer of Janchor Partners Ltd., a $4 billion fund whose 2012 stake in Alibaba has grown several times in value, said the Hangzhou-based behemoth will likely become a trillion dollar company in less than a decade. Alibaba has access to user data collected across its platforms that span shopping, food delivery, bike rentals and videos -- all linked by its mobile payments provider Alipay.

  • As Alibaba Stumbles, This Chinese Internet Stock With 2,950% Growth Tests Support
    Investor's Business Daily12 hours ago

    As Alibaba Stumbles, This Chinese Internet Stock With 2,950% Growth Tests Support

    While Alibaba, Weibo and Baozun search for support, fellow Chinese internet stock 58.com is trying to complete a new base and establish a potential buy zone.

  • China Tech Giants Aren’t So Hot This Season
    Bloomberg12 hours ago

    China Tech Giants Aren’t So Hot This Season

    This time last year -- heading into March quarter earnings season -- Baidu Inc. was the dunce of the China internet party and its three closest competitors were clear winners. Shares of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and Tencent Holdings Ltd. were both up more than 25 percent for the year to date and JD.com Inc. was the belle of the ball with a gain of almost 34 percent.Baidu was the token guest with an advance of just 7 percent. Baidu’s turnaround story continues, but investors are yet to be convinced.

  • Barrons.com13 hours ago

    Retail Roundup: Amazon & Alibaba Twinning; Auto-Parts Retailers Holding It Together

    Today, we know the two companies as major players in the retail and cloud-computing spaces, but they actually started in very different places, growing more alike over the years, says Mike Lippert, portfolio manager at Baron Capital. Amazon began as a more-traditional retailer, owning inventory and distribution, while Alibaba was relatively asset-light, operating akin to a marketplace such as eBay (EBAY). Now, Amazon and Alibaba have seen their businesses evolve into forms much closer to each other, says Lippert.

  • Alphabet Stock Fell despite Better-than-Expected 1Q18 Earnings
    Market Realist13 hours ago

    Alphabet Stock Fell despite Better-than-Expected 1Q18 Earnings

    The Google parent delivered better-than-expected earnings as well as revenues. The stock jumped more than 2% in extended trading, though it closed down 0.51% at $1,067.45 yesterday. The better-than-expected results came as the company focuses on growing its business and consistently delivering higher revenues, backed by strong growth in advertising sales on Google search and YouTube.

  • Forbes14 hours ago

    The Hissy Fit In Tech: Right Or Wrong?

    The analysts’ consensus for Apple on my Bloomberg shows 29 buys, 16 holds, no sells. General Electric, decades ago the biggest market capitalization in the S&P 500 just ran out of accounting mufti pufti and fights to stay above a single digit cast off. If Apple has run out of gas and Facebook needs shaking up, who is to say how technology is valued by the Street?

  • Why U.S. Brands Need to Play by Alibaba's Rules in China
    Zacks14 hours ago

    Why U.S. Brands Need to Play by Alibaba's Rules in China

    AP reported that Alibaba (BABA) had penalized a U.S. clothing company for refusing to go exclusive on its online marketplace.

  • China's $1.4 Trillion Tech Gap Is Holding Its Stock Market Back
    Bloomberg17 hours ago

    China's $1.4 Trillion Tech Gap Is Holding Its Stock Market Back

    China has the world’s second-largest stock market, but very few of its biggest technology companies can be traded domestically. For years, China has watched as companies including e-retailing giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and search engine Baidu Inc. headed overseas to go public, enriching investors from New York to Hong Kong. The CDRs would also waive corporate governance rules that have helped keep the likes of Alibaba away from their home market, a recognition of how important it’s become to win over the new titans of tech.

  • InvestorPlace19 hours ago

    Alphabet Inc Stock Is Plunging, But It’s Still a Sure Thing

    This could sway GOOGL bulls to commit upward. The upside of this is that during a time when all experts are concerned about privacy issues, there was hardly any mention of carry-through from the Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) debacle. Fundamentally, GOOGL stock is not bloated.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Chinese tech giants, government under fire for 'men only' job ads

    Top Chinese tech firms and some government departments have been singled out in a report that says discriminatory hiring practices based on gender are widespread in China and are linked to a shrinking proportion of women in the labour force. Job ads posted by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA.N), Baidu Inc (BIDU.O) and Tencent Holdings Ltd were among those that deterred female applicants or objectified women, said Human Rights Watch in a report released on Monday.

  • Chinese tech giants, government under fire for 'men only' job ads
    Reutersyesterday

    Chinese tech giants, government under fire for 'men only' job ads

    Top Chinese tech firms and some government departments have been singled out in a report that says discriminatory hiring practices based on gender are widespread in China and are linked to a shrinking proportion of women in the labor force. Job ads posted by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, Baidu Inc and Tencent Holdings Ltd were among those that deterred female applicants or objectified women, said Human Rights Watch in a report released on Monday.

  • CNBCyesterday

    Alibaba is better at fighting fakes than Amazon is, says CEO of Swatch

    Alibaba is "fighting actively against fakes," which is something "Amazon is not doing," says Swatch Group CEO Nick Hayek.