Alibaba (BABA) / Jack Ma 02 (May 16 - Dec 20)

Re: Alibaba (BABA) / Jack Ma 02 (May 16 - Dec 19)

Postby winston » Sat Oct 12, 2019 9:47 am

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Alibaba

This continues to be among the most bought tech stocks on Wall Street.

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) runs the largest retail marketplaces (Taobao, TMall) and leading B2B sites (Alibaba.com, 1688.com) in China and Lazada in Southeast Asia.

It collects revenues mainly from commissions, marketing services, subscription fees, cloud computing and software, as well as other value-added services.

Alibaba has gone beyond e-commerce and developed into a sophisticated new type of conglomerate in the cyber-era with e-commerce as the base for the rest of the four businesses: 1. Logistics
2. Finance
3. Data-computing and
4. Cross-border infrastructure.

Top analysts expect a whopping 24% compounded annual growth rate between now and 2020 for e-commerce in China.

The Raymond James price target for the stock is a stunning $280, while the posted consensus target price is $224.34.

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Re: Alibaba (BABA) / Jack Ma 02 (May 16 - Dec 19)

Postby winston » Fri Nov 15, 2019 3:56 pm

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<Research Report>Daiwa: Alibaba's 2nd Listing in HK; Reiterated Buy

BABA-SW (09988.HK), filing a second listing in Hong Kong, plans to issue 500 million shares, Daiwa said in its report.

Given the closing price of Alibaba’s ADS on 13 November, it represented HKD178.6 per share, raising total proceeds of HKD89.3 billion (approximately USD11.4 billion).

Upon completion of listing, BABA-SW's shares listed in Hong Kong and the US can be converted into one another.

The rating was reiterated at Buy with a 12-month target price of USD240 (approximately HKD1,879.32).

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Re: Alibaba (BABA) / Jack Ma 02 (May 16 - Dec 20)

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<Research Report>CICC Cites BABA-SW Mgmt: E-commerce Biz Gradually Recovering; Supply Chain Normalization Takes Time

BABA-SW (09988.HK)'s management claimed its core e-commerce business is recovering gradually, with Taobao DAU rising to 239 million during 17-23 February, cited by CICC.

However, BABA-SW believed more time is needed for the supply chain to normalize, particularly when it comes to logistics.

The broker maintained the US-listed Alibaba at Outperform, with a target of US$254, yet it did not provide any target price and rating for the HK-listed stock.

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Re: Alibaba (BABA) / Jack Ma 02 (May 16 - Dec 20)

Postby winston » Tue Mar 24, 2020 8:16 am

Alibaba sinks 7pc in selloff as Fed vows unlimited QE

by Kevin Xu

SoftBank said it is selling or monetizing up to 4.5 trillion yen (HK$310 billion) in assets to buy back 2 trillion yen of its shares and reduce debt.

Given fragile markets SoftBank may look to sell its stakes in the merged Sprint and T-Mobile US or Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, Redex Holdings analyst Kirk Boodry said.

CEO Masayoshi Son previously monetized part of the stake in Alibaba, of which SoftBank currently owns 25 percent, in a complicated transaction ahead of the 2016 purchase of chip designer Arm.


Source: The Standard

https://www.thestandard.com.hk/section- ... limited-QE
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