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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.
Alibaba Group Holding Co. posted stronger-than-expected second quarter earnings Friday but the China-based online retailer said 2019 revenues would be weaker than it had originally forecast, citing "fluid macro-economic conditions".
Starbucks shares surge Friday after the world's biggest coffee chain posted stronger-than-expected third quarter sales and said its China business rebounded thanks in part to a delivery deal with online retailing giant Alibaba Group.
SHAK beat expectations for both EPS and revenue, but same-store sales decreased. Here is how I would play it.
Global stocks rallied sharply Friday, lifting markets in Asia to the highest levels in nearly a month, as investors cheered news of a potential thaw in the U.S. China trade war and shrugged off disappointing fourth quarter earnings from Apple that could mark a major shift for the world's most valuable company.
U.S. stock futures trade higher as investors cheer news of a potential thaw in the U.S.-China trade war, shrug off a disappointing outlook from Apple, and await the U.S. jobs report for October; Starbucks rises as U.S. same-store sales jump; Alibaba and Exxon report earnings Friday.
It takes more than just a day's bounce to call it a trend.
Here's what you're missing on TheStreet.
Starbucks' steady growth in China could slip again.
Here's what's spooking Jim Cramer in this market.
What you need to know ahead of the announcement of Starbucks' fourth-quarter results.
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