|会社名||Alibaba Group Holding Ltd （アリババ・グル―プ・ホ―ルディング）|
|概要||アリババ・グループ・ホールディング（Alibaba Group Holding Limited）は持株会社である。同社は子会社を通じて、中国国内外の商人・ブランド・他の会社にマーケット・販売・運営方法を転換させる製品・サービス・技術の提供によって、オンラインとモバイル・コマースに従事する。同社の事業はコア・コマース、クラウド・コンピューティング、モバイル・メディアと娯楽及び他のイノベーション・イニシアティブを含む。同社は被投資会社を通じて、物流とローカル・サービスの提供を行う。小売コマース事業はオンライン仲介取引市場である「Taobao Marketplace（淘宝網）」、ブランドと小売業者向けの中国サード・パーティ・プラットフォームである「天猫(Tmall)」、並びにフラッシュ・セール向けの販売とマーケティング・プラットフォームである「Juhuasuan（聚劃算）」を含む。卸売コマース事業は中国の卸売市場「1688.com」、世界的取引向けの卸売市場「Alibaba.com」を含む。 アリババ・グル―プ・ホ―ルディングは中国の電子商取引・ITサ―ビス持株会社。子会社を通じて、主に「Alibaba.com」で企業間電子商取引事業を展開する。オンラインショッピングサイト｢タオバオ｣、小売業者向けプラットフォ―ム｢Tモ―ル｣、共同購入サイトの｢ジュファサン｣などを運営。クラウド関連の事業も展開。本社所在地は中国の杭州市。 Alibaba Group's mission is to make it easy to do business anywhere. The company aims to build the future infrastructure of commerce. It envisions that its customers will meet, work and live at Alibaba, and that it will be a good company that lasts for 102 years.|
|本社所在地||26/F Tower One Times Square 1 Matheson Street Causeway Bay HKG|
|代表者役職名||Executive Chairman Lead Founder|
|決算概要||BRIEF: For the nine months ended 31 December 2018 Alibaba Group Holding Ltd revenues increased 50% to RMB283.35B. Net income increased 9% to RMB61.77B. Revenues reflect Cloud computing segment increase of 89% to RMB16.98B Digital media and entertainment segment increase of 29% to RMB18.41B Innovation initiatives and others segment increase of 50% to RMB3.46B.|
Chinas Latest Tech Regs Fixated On Data Control 2021/06/14 10:58:00 PYMNTS
New legislation passed last week and in April will make most data-related activities in China subject to government oversight, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported. The new Data Security Law, which will take effect on Sept. 1, stems from Chinas 2017 Cybersecurity Law that started defining how data should flow. Big tech companies Tencent, Alibaba, ByteDance 
Pakistan central bank proposes framework for Amazon, eBay, Alibaba exports 2021/06/14 10:43:20 Samaa English
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Alibaba: So handeln Sie das Ende der Korrektur 2021/06/14 10:00:00 Deraktionaer
Hohe Wachstumsraten und Milliardengewinne sind kein Garant für steigende Kurse wie die Entwicklung bei Alibaba zeigt. Obwohl der Laden brummt, quält Chinas E-Commerce-Supermacht die Aktionäre im Gegenteil seit Monaten mit einer Kurserosion. Viele Anleger haben entnervt das Handtuch geworfen - vielleicht zu früh, denn DER AKTIONÄR hat etwas entdeckt.
Alibaba Group eFounders Africa Fellowship Programme 2021 for young African Entrepreneurs 2021/06/14 08:53:07 Afrokonnect
Alibaba Group eFounders Africa Fellowship Programme 2021 for young African Entrepreneurs via Afrokonnect. Alibaba Group eFounders Africa Fellowship Programme provides first-hand exposure to ecommerce and digital innovations, access to business leaders across Alibaba and China, as well as an opportunity to connect with like-minded, leading entrepreneurs in your region. The fellowship is a community of  The post Alibaba Group eFounders Africa Fellowship Programme 2021 for young African Entrepreneurs appeared first on Afrokonnect .
UNGLAUBLICHE SONDERSITUATION: Alibaba Aktie Anleger müssen Ihr Depot JETZT für den heftigen Börsentag vorbereiten! 2021/06/14 08:05:25 Wallstreet:Online
[Sondermeldung am ] Anleger von Alibaba sind in Zugzwang. Es gibt neue Nachrichten, die sich voraussichtlich stark auf den Kurs der Aktie auswirken können. Jetzt eintragen um die Hintergründe zu erfahren und schnell zu reagieren: Der Beitrag UNGLAUBLICHE SONDERSITUATION: Alibaba Aktie Anleger müssen Ihr Depot JETZT für den heftigen Börsentag vorbereiten! erschien zuerst auf Hebel Depot. Weiterlesen
Alibaba-Backed E-commerce Platform Huitongda Network Eyes $1B Hong Kong IPO: Bloomberg 2021/05/18 21:38:31 Benzinga
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE: BABA )-backed Chinese e-commerce platform, Huitongda Network Co, is seeking to raise almost $1 billion from a Hong Kong initial public offering (IPO) by as early as the second half of 2021 to … Full story available on Benzinga.com
These Alibaba Options Traders See Upside Ahead 2021/05/18 15:55:11 Benzinga
Alibaba Group Holdings Limited (NYSE: BABA ) announced on Monday it will back Vietnamese conglomerate Masan Group Corp. and has invested $400 million in its consumer retail arm. Alibaba has been in desperate need of positive news after finding itself in the crosshairs of the Chinese government’s plans to enforce curbs on the e-commerce giant. Alibaba’s stock is trading down 32% from its all-time high of $319.32 it made on Oct. 27, 2020, and on May 14 began to reverse upwards. A number of options traders believe the bottom is in for Alibaba’s stock and bet over $1.5 million the stock will trade higher. See Also: How to Buy Alibaba Stock The Alibaba Option Trades: Below is a look at the notable options alerts, courtesy of Benzinga Pro: At 9:30 a.m., Tuesday a trader executed a call sweep, near the ask, of 1800 Alibaba options with a strike price of $245 expiring on June 18. The trade represented a $127,800 bullish bet for which the trader paid 71 cents per option contract. At 9:32 a.m., a trader executed a call sweep, near the ask, of 626 …
Alibaba Backs Vietnamese Retailer In $400M Funding Round: What You Need To Know 2021/05/18 05:51:03 Benzinga
A consortium led by Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA ) has invested $400 million in the consumer retail arm of Vietnamese conglomerate Masan Group Corp. What Happened : Masan Group said in a statement that the consortium, which includes Alibaba and Baring Private Equity Asia, acquired a 5.5% stake in the CrownX, Masan’s retail arm. The deal implies a pre-money valuation of $6.9 billion for the CrownX. Masan will own 80.2% of the retail arm following … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Report: ByteDance's TikTok Severs Ties With Alibaba Cloud Services Outside of China: What Companies Will Be Potential Beneficiaries? 2021/05/17 16:52:24 Benzinga
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.'s (NYSE: BABA ) Cloud business has lost one of its key customers, impeding progress of this high-growth business. What Happened: Short-video sharing social networking service TikTok, owned by ByteDance, has ceased using Alibaba Cloud services for the former's businesses outside Asia, Nikkei reported, citing Chinese media company Caixin. Alibaba hinted in its March-quarter earnings report that its Cloud business suffered from the loss of a top cloud customer in the Internet industry, without actually naming the customer. "This customer, which has a sizeable presence outside of China that used our overseas cloud services in the past, has decided to terminate the relationship with respect to their … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Elon Musk twittert ein einziges Wort und der Bitcoin stürzt ab 2021/05/17 03:55:00 Business Insider Germany
Die Kryptowährung fiel unter 45.000 US-Dollar. Außerdem: Alibaba und Doordash melden Verluste im ersten Quartal und Bezahl-Startup Marqeta will an die Börse.
India can use antitrust actions to further its goal 2021/05/14 17:37:52 Economic Times India
Consider the following recent developments in China, and the new-found vigour of its antitrust watchdog for varchasva — total dominance — on the tech sector. As Deng Xiaoping put it, in China, the colour of the cat is immaterial so long as it catches mice. So, antitrust is just one more weapon in the state armoury to cow down domestic and foreign companies, and not just limit it to antitrust issues. It is used to signal the absolute power of the State to its trading partners — especially the US — and soon others, including India, may also face it.China is out to discipline its ‘too-big-for-their-boots’ technology firms. It also appears to be its first steps towards a technologically aatmanirbhar China, as well as to have leverage over US companies in their forthcoming trade negotiations.On April 29, Chinese authorities summoned the leadership of 13 companies, including ByteDance, Meituan, Didi and Tencent, for a ‘supervision interview’. These companies are likely to be given a dressing down on consumer protection mechanisms, data collection and management of citizens, overseas listing, ‘improper linkages’ between the parent firm and the financial services entity, etc.
Nio Opens Flagship Store For Lifestyle Products On Alibaba's Tmall: What You Need To Know 2021/05/14 14:29:41 Benzinga
Chinese electric vehicle maker NIO Inc. (NYSE: NIO ) is teaming up with Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA ), the top Chinese e-commerce company. What Happened: Nio Life, the EV maker's unit focused on lifestyle products, has opened a flagship store on Alibaba's Tmall platform, the CnEVPost reported, citing the company. Nio Life was launched in 2018 and it has a network with over 500 designers around the world. It has so far developed 813 new products and delivered over 2.8 million Nio Life merchandise items to users. Tmall.com is Alibaba's business-to-consumer e-commerce platform, where local Chinese and international businesses sell branded goods … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Premarket Movers Friday - DoorDash, Disney, Snowflake, Coinbase - TheStreet 2021/05/14 12:08:55 The Street
Stocks moving in premarket trading Friday include DoorDash, Disney, Snowflake, Alibaba and Coinbase.
Alibaba Crosses A Critical Support Level: Is This The Last Straw? 2021/05/13 17:07:39 Benzinga
Alibaba Group Holding LTD. (NYSE: BABA ) shares are trading lower Thursday after the company released worse-than-expected earnings. Although EPS saw a year-over-year rise of 21.5% at $1.58, this missed the analyst consensus estimate of $1.78. Alibaba’s revenue for the quarter rose to RMB187.4 billion from RMB114.3 billion. The FactSet consensus was for RMB180.2 billion," according to MarketWatch. Alibaba's stock was down 5.6% at $207.50 at publication time. Related Link: So What's Up With Alibaba Stock Today? Alibaba Daily Chart Analysis Alibaba shares look to have broken out of … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Fund management ‘irretrievably broken’, says James Anderson 2021/05/13 16:27:08 The Guardian
Baillie Gifford’s outgoing star investor criticises ‘near pornographic allure’ of earnings reports and headlines The star technology investor James Anderson has taken a parting shot at fellow fund managers addicted to the “near pornographic allure” of earnings reports and macroeconomic headlines, as he claimed the industry was “irretrievably broken”. The outgoing co-manager of the FTSE 100-listed Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust said his own “greatest failing has been to be insufficiently radical” over the past two decades. Anderson, who is stepping down in a year’s time, has generated returns of 1,700% for investors in Baillie Gifford’s flagship fund by giving early backing to technology companies such as Tesla, Amazon and China’s Tencent and Alibaba. Continue reading…
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