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JD.com's U.S.-listed shares were marked sharply lower Monday after the China-focused online retailer backed by Walmart and Alphabet posted weaker-than-expected third quarter sales as investors continue to question the strength of consumer spending in the world's second largest economy.
Though a regulatory crackdown continues to weigh on Tencent's gaming revenue, its advertising, payments and cloud businesses are still doing quite well.
Alibaba reported its biggest Singles Day yet at more than $30 billion in sales, but its growth rate was lower than in past years. Meanwhile, Alibaba executives are railing against the trade conflict.
Stocks ended sharply lower Monday after Apple tumbled following a profit warning from a key supplier and on renewed trade war fears.
U.S. stock futures point to a lower open for Wall Street on Monday; global oil prices are spiking after Saudi Arabia says it will trim exports by around half a million barrels a day next month; Alibaba sets sales record of $30.8 billion on Singles' Day; Athenahealth will be bought for $5.7 billion.
Global stocks drifted lower Monday, with shares in Asia weakening on China growth concerns while markets in Europe slipped on Italy talks and U.S. equity futures pointed to a softer open on Wall Street, as investors continue to reset interest rate expectations from the Federal Reserve.
Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA) announced that it generated RMB213.5 billion (US$30.
China's Singles Day is off to a tsunami of sales, recording billions of dollars in business just after the event kicked off this weekend.
Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE:BABA) today kicked off the 2018 11.11 Global Shopping Festival at midnight in China.
Alibaba investors might have a lonely feeling on Friday.
With Alibaba's Singles Day around the corner, we took a look at the origins of the online shopping extravaganza.
Alibaba's real investment thesis might be in the cloud.
Alibaba's Singles Day is the biggest day for retail by far.
On the cusp of China's Singles Day, Alibaba shares are down from their all-time high, but performing relatively well.
With a stock like Alibaba it is important that it proves itself before you put your hard-earned money at risk.
Alibaba's Singles Day -- which kicks off this Sunday, Nov. 11 -- is a key event for investors to watch this year. The global event is poised to be bigger than ever, but consumer sentiment in China could put a damper on sales.
All the lonely people can't lift Alibaba.
We took a look at how the Chinese e-commerce giant actually operates.
It's unclear whether the low will hold or if shares of China's online commerce giant will slide further.
Tomorrow is the FOMC meeting, which might be an excuse to have a dip.
A potential buyout of Mellanox Technologies would benefit Xilinx significantly over the next five years.
As weak PMI data came out, Chinese President Xi Jinping promised cuts to import tariffs, but any major news on a trade deal will wait until after the elections.
Softbank, the Japan-based group which holds key stakes in tech companies around the world through its Saudi-backed Vision Fund, posted stronger-than-expected second quarter earnings Monday but cautioned that future investments may be impacted by the political fallout linked to the murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi last month.
The Dow ended Friday lower as Apple's outlook disappointed Wall Street and doubts grew over a trade deal with China.
When the coast is clear, high-quality Chinese stocks can rip.
The stock has been all over the place since early Friday morning.
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