Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA)
$198.00 1.55 (0.79%)
20:00 EDT BABA Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $198.00
Market Cap 508.04B
PE Ratio 7.69
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 14.93M
Day's Range 197.05 - 201.45
52-Week Range 147.95 - 231.14
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Alibaba stock is down more than 11% this year, but two aspects of its business should thrive in an environment of self-quarantine.
The coronavirus has put China in panic mode, but this panic won't last long. When it fades, Chinese stocks will bounce higher.
Alibaba stock is outperforming the market, but remains under pressure due to COVID-19. Here's a reminder on why to stay long.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, BABA stock has taken a hit. But this is really an opportunity. The company has a powerful set of assets that should grow for quite some time.
Chinese stocks are positioned to rally big in 2020 amid easing geopolitical tensions, and these five stocks will be leading the rally.
The coronavirus has brought much of the world economy to a halt. However, big data could help us defeat this and future pandemics.
David Tepper says there could be 10% to 15% more downside in the market. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Alibaba stock has outperformed during the market meltdown, but too many support zones have broken, making it a difficult trade.
Amid the broader market panic, Alibaba stock has also suffered. But in the broader context, it’s doing rather well and should have upside thanks to positive fundamentals and reasonable political leadership in China.
Long-term, Alibaba could be one of the best stocks to own over the next half-decade.
A sick-looking market is even less healthy to kick off the week, but amid the panic, Alibaba stock remains a name to pick up on weakness.
Alibaba stock has pulled back 18% from January highs. But as the impact of coronavirus fades in China, shares should bounce back sharply.
By Ian Cooper
In the face of global volatility and turmoil, Alibaba stock remains one of the best "shelter from the storm" names to own throughout and after the crisis.
In September 2019, President Trump toyed with the idea of delisting Alibaba stock and other Chinese publicly traded companies. Now in the year of the coronavirus, this idea has far more significance.
Alibaba stock has been surprisingly resilient over the past few weeks, as Chinese equities hold up relatively well amid the coronavirus scare.
Alibaba stock appears resilient to the coronavirus from China, which is likely due to its massive strength in e-commerce.
This group of large-cap technology stocks won’t just survive the coronavirus and other market anxieties, they’re going to lead the recovery in China and beyond.
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