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Alibaba Group Holding Limited (BABA)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed price. Currency in USD
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223.31-4.93 (-2.16%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous close228.24
Open224.85
Bid223.02 x 800
Ask223.14 x 800
Day's range221.32 - 225.07
52-week range189.53 - 319.32
Volume19,522,161
Avg. volume17,663,472
Market cap608.279B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.82
PE ratio (TTM)25.25
EPS (TTM)8.84
Earnings date20 May 2021 - 24 May 2021
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est322.89
  • Record penalty for Ma's Alibaba marks tumultuous stretch for its founder
    Reuters

    Record penalty for Ma's Alibaba marks tumultuous stretch for its founder

    Once seemingly untouchable, Alibaba founder Jack Ma has endured a tumultuous run that saw his Chinese e-commerce giant hit with a record 18 billion yuan ($2.75 billion) antitrust fine on Saturday, resolving one key uncertainty even as others persist for himself and his business empire. The reversal of fortune for the 56-year-old Ma, who has all-but-disappeared from public view since an October speech blasting China's regulatory system, has been striking for an entrepreneur whose transformation of commerce in China - and his relentless optimism - commanded cult-like reverence. Ma, who stepped down from Alibaba in 2019 but looms large in the corporate psyche and in the eyes of investors, had revelled in pushing boundaries with audacious statements, taking a high profile even as most Chinese peers kept their heads down.

  • China Slams Alibaba With $2.8 Billion Fine for Violating Anti-Monopoly Laws
    Motley Fool

    China Slams Alibaba With $2.8 Billion Fine for Violating Anti-Monopoly Laws

    The e-commerce giant got an expensive bill for CEO Jack Ma critiquing regulators for stifling innovation.

  • Chinese regulators slap Alibaba with record $2.75bn fine
    Yahoo Finance UK

    Chinese regulators slap Alibaba with record $2.75bn fine

    The company, owned by billionaire Jack Ma, one of China’s most successful entrepreneurs, has been accused of abusing its dominant market position for several years.