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FedEx's falling out of favor in China over the Huawei delivery issue could open the door to its foes.
Alibaba is mulling a $20 billion follow-up listing in Hong Kong, according to media reports published Tuesday, a move that could raise questions over the fate of China-based companies raising cash through IPOs on U.S. exchanges.
U.S. stock futures are lower as caution still prevails amid concerns over the fate of trade talks between Washington and Beijing; the French government says it jobs protected needs in order to support the proposed merger of Fiat Chrysler and Renault; Alibaba is considering raising $20 billion through a second listing in Hong Kong, a report says.
This could either be a brilliant buying opportunity or a value trap. If a trade deal is not reached by the end of June, this selloff can get a lot worse.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba could pull in $20 billion through a listing in Hong Kong, according to a report in Bloomberg on Monday.
Stifel says long-term trends working in Alibaba's favor are more significant than the trade war between the U.S. and China.
Despite the specter of a trade war, the Chinese e-commerce giant continues to deliver a very fast pace of growth and its shares remain undervalued.
China's tech giants gave a look into how they're faring amid trade worries and other macro factors.
With MSCI increasing the weight of domestic Chinese stocks in its global index weighting, what happens in China does not stay in China.
Luckin Coffee priced its planned IPO at the higher end of its target range, the company said Friday. setting up a debut on the Nasdaq that will value the China-based rival to Starbucks SBUX at more than $4.2 billion.
Jim Cramer says this market is influenced by tariffs and trade talks -- with the Federal Reserve and the economy playing second fiddle.
Stocks end higher following a report that the Trump administration plans to delay auto tariffs for six months.
The Chinese tech giant beat EPS estimates and reported better-than-expected gaming revenue. But total revenue missed expectations amid slower ad sales growth.
Alibaba stock has surprisingly little upside momentum despite a much better-than-expected earnings results. Here's how to trade it now.
The trade tensions will actually help accelerate some trends working in its favor, executives said on a quarterly earnings call.
Alibaba posted stronger-than-expected fourth quarter earnings Wednesday as consumer growth on its online marketplace surged and its tie-up with Starbucks, the world's biggest coffee chain, helped boost revenues.
The retailer turned in stronger-than-expected first-quarter earnings, but also noted that gross margins contracted.
Given how much Trump loves this fight, and how he will not back down, the companies that move out of China will get a higher multiple than those that don't.
China is almost out of ammo in the trade war. To us, that might look like we are close to a solution. Don't bet on it.
U.S. stock futures decline though sentiment gets a lift from a softening of the rhetoric from Donald Trump in the U.S.-China trade war; Cisco, Alibaba and Macy's report earnings; Tilray shares rise after the Canadian cannabis company posts a revenue beat.
Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA) today announced its financial results for the quarter and fiscal year ended March 31, 2019.
Alibaba investors are looking out for how trade tensions and other macro factors could impact business, as well as positive trends in the company's non-core divisions.
Let's ignore the tweets and see what the charts suggest.
Trump may say China broke the deal, but here is a deeper dive into what happened -- and what the outcome is likely to be for the markets.
JD.com is one of the few winners on Friday. If it keeps it up, it could trigger a breakout and big run in the stock.
The markets staged a big reversal Friday after the China tariffs and Uber's IPO thud. Jim Cramer's got your game plan for next week.
U.S. stock futures are down modestly after the U.S. increases tariffs on China-made goods; Uber's IPO is priced at $45 a share, near the bottom of the expected range; Viacom and Marriott report earnings; Symantec plunges after CEO steps down.
Uber prices its highly anticipated IPO at $45 per share, at the low end of its expected range.
The e-commerce company's guidance might be the main culprit for its share price erosion after reporting first-quarter earnings that came in above estimates.
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