|Bid||166.15 x 1800|
|Ask||166.19 x 800|
|Day's Range||165.41 - 168.77|
|52 Week Range||129.77 - 211.70|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.74|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||47.51|
|Earnings Date||May 2, 2019 - May 6, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||204.82|
Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) launches its inaugural season on June 1 and just completed a Series A financing round led by Alibaba's Joe Tsai. PLL cofounder Paul Rabil joins YFi AM with the details.
Japanese retailers are doing a better job than their U.S. rivals in selling into those "shops." Increasingly, they don't care if the sales are offline or online. The pace, like most things in China, is electric. Before China's capitalist-leaning reforms truly kicked in, the merchandise in all stores was kept behind counters, and consumers stood on the other side.
Warren Buffett and top hedge funds sold tech stocks like Apple, Netflix, Facebook and Alibaba in Q4, though the "Oracle of Omaha" bought bank stocks and GM.
Key Updates from Amazon, eBay, and Alibaba(Continued from Prior Part)CounterfeitingCounterfeiting has made it to Amazon’s (AMZN) list of risk factors that are worth bringing to the attention of regulators. In its 2018 annual regulatory filing,
Key Updates from Amazon, eBay, and Alibaba(Continued from Prior Part)Amazon helped raise $530 million for Aurora Amazon (AMZN) recently invested in self-driving startup Aurora. It participated in a funding round that drew other investors such as
HONG KONG/DUESSELDORF (Reuters) - Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is in talks with Germany's Metro about taking a stake in the German wholesaler's China operations, three sources told Reuters on Thursday. Metro and Alibaba declined to comment. The talks are at an early stage and could still fall apart, the sources said.
E-commerce giant Alibaba is continuing its push into the world of youthculture after it scooped up an 8 percent stake in anime streaming and gamepublishing company Bilibili
Amid the uproar, Vijay Shekhar Sharma -- whose two-year-old Paytm Mall is backed by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. -- is quietly devising ways to outstrip his rivals. The new regime forbids retailers from holding any business interest in online merchants on their websites, exclusive arrangements and deep discounts -- forcing Amazon and Flipkart to redraw contracts and rescue thousands of product listings that vanished overnight.
Prominent hedge fund managers sold out of Chinese technology stocks and dumped Silicon Valley majors such as Apple Inc and Facebook Inc while global stock markets cratered during the fourth quarter, according to securities filings released on Thursday. Activist hedge fund Jana Partners sold out of its position in major Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and reduced its stake in Apple by approximately 175,000 shares, slicing its position in the company by 63 percent. Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc shrank its Apple stake to 249.6 million shares from 252.5 million shares in the fourth quarter.
Bilibili stock rose after disclosing that Alibaba purchased a stake of about 10% in the provider of a youth-focused online entertainment platform, a collaboration that began in December.
Here are nine dynamic companies with solutions that are revolutionizing payment processing, accounting, investing and other financial services. Intuit has also tried to demystify accounting in the age of the “gig economy,” allowing easy ways to log expenses and track mileage on mobile devices. It has more powerful cloud-based payroll solutions and business payments for lbusinesses of larger size.
Shiji, the hospitality tech giant, has acquired IcePortal, a small firm that helps hoteliers manage the digital imagery of their properties and display them correctly on distribution partners like online travel agencies. IcePortal, based in Hollywood, Florida, also markets its services to vacation rental property managers. A year ago, Shiji Group, the Beijing-based parent company, […] The post Alibaba-Backed Shiji Acquires IcePortal in a Bid to Manage Digital Hotel Content appeared first on Skift.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Alibaba Group Holding Ltd has bought an 8 percent stake in Chinese video platform Bilibili Inc, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Thursday. Alibaba's e-commerce retail arm, ...
US-China Trade Deficit Narrows: Will It Please Trump?China’s trade dataOn February 14, China released its January trade data. China’s exports in US dollar terms rose 9.1%, while its imports fell 1.5% YoY (year-over-year). The data were better
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd has bought an 8 percent stake in Chinese video platform Bilibili Inc, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Thursday. Alibaba's e-commerce retail arm, Taobao, will own 24 million shares in Bilibili, one of China's leading online video sharing and entertainment platforms which listed on Nasdaq in March, Xinhua reported. Chen Rui, Bilibili's CEO and chairman, was quoted by Xinhua as saying that he hoped the collaboration would help boost Bilibili's users by leveraging on Taobao's huge platform.
No 'Sell' Recommendations for Cisco Stock after Its Q2 ResultsAnalysts’ recommendations for Cisco Of the 30 analysts covering Cisco Systems (CSCO), 20 have recommended “buys” on the stock, while ten have recommended “holds.” No analysts
Amazon Updates: Cloud, Advertising, Prime, and HQ2(Continued from Prior Part)Amazon’s HQ2 plan meets opposition in New YorkAmazon (AMZN) is reconsidering its plan to build one of its new headquarters, known as HQ2, in New York, Reuters reported,
BAML Survey: Fund Managers Aren't Optimistic about Recent Rally(Continued from Prior Part)Trade war still investors’ top concernIn Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s February 2019 survey, trade war concerns remained the top tail risk cited by
Amazon Updates: Cloud, Advertising, Prime, and HQ2(Continued from Prior Part)Amazon buying home Wi-Fi router makerAmazon (AMZN) is acquiring home Wi-Fi router maker Eero, the online retailer and cloud computing giant announced recently without
Ant Financial Services Group, the world’s most valuable financial-technology startup, is acquiring U.K.-based money-transfer company WorldFirst to boost its presence globally. The deal marks Ant’s most significant Western advance since the U.S. blocked its bid to acquire MoneyGram International Inc. for $1.2 billion a year ago. Hangzhou-based Ant said Thursday that WorldFirst would help expand the customer base, reach and cross-border money-transfer capabilities of its Alipay mobile-payments network—already China’s largest and growing in other countries.
Ant Financial, the financial services behemoth affiliated with Chinesee-commerce giant Alibaba, has made its first big move into Europe
Ant Financial, an affiliate of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. that’s backed by some of the biggest names in global finance and investment, serves hundreds of millions of customers who tap the platform for everything from micro-transactions to wealth management. “The products and services of Alipay and WorldFirst are highly complementary,” WorldFirst Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Quin said in a memo dispatched to clients, obtained by Bloomberg.