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Alibaba is having a banner year with shares up nearly 90% year-to-date.
Alibaba's stock is up an amazing 75% year-to-date and investors are taking notice.
Wall Street rallies to begin the week.
During the quarter JD reported a net loss of 496 million yuan ($74.4 million), a wider loss than the ($37.8 million) loss during the same period a year ago.
This trade has not worked on almost any timeframe other than intra-day over the long haul.
U.S. stock futures are higher on Monday in a market rebound.
Amazon/Whole Foods might work, but JD/Walmart has been at it longer.
Slow markets like this demand a less-is-more approach.
Using Singapore as a starting point, tech companies are expanding rapidly in Southeast Asia, a market of 625 million people. The region is an exciting alternative to slowing Chinese growth.
Companies to further integrate platforms, supply chains, and customer resources, and launch the first annual JD-Walmart August 8th shopping festival
Stocks are mostly lower.
Unicom is the weakest of China's three state-owned telecom firms.
The company has grown alongside the e-commerce industry.
Six charts showing signs of smart money footprints.
JD.com and Alibaba have both invested heavily in offline brick and mortar stores.
JD.com has made a signifacnt investment into London-based fashion startup FarFetch.