Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd.

+$2.62 (+2.4%)
Closing price February 1, 2023
Investors were cautious Tuesday morning, following the Monday holiday. Crude oil and bitcoin trended higher, but stocks and gold were trading lower.
The CES show closed on Sunday, Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma is walking away from control of Ant Group, and Goldman Sachs is getting set to fire about 3,200 employees.
The futures are trading lower as we start the Thanksgiving holiday-shortened trading week. The stock market is closed on the big turkey day, and will also shutter  early at 1 pm EST on Black Friday....
Before U.S. markets open on Thursday, two U.S. department stores and two major Chinese companies are scheduled to report quarterly results.
Here are previews of four companies on deck to report earnings before markets open Thursday morning.
Wednesday's additional top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alibaba, Alphabet, Apple, PayPal, Tyson Foods and Zoom Video Communications.
J.P. Morgan takes a look at a pair of stocks with potentially huge upside and where they could go in light of a possible recession.
Two U.S. retailers and two Chinese e-commerce firms are reporting quarterly results before markets open on Thursday. Here is what analysts expect to hear.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alibaba, American Express, Amgen, Blue Owl Capital, Boeing, Carnival, CoStar, Deere, eBay, Eli Lilly, Foot Locker, Home Depot, Juniper Networks,...
One major Wall Street investment house is betting big on China making a comeback.
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alibaba, Analog Devices, Caterpillar, Cloudflare, Coinbase Global, DraftKings, JPMorgan Chase, Marriott International, Rivian Automotive, Toast,...
Several tech stocks are getting a price-target haircut ahead of earnings this week and next.
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alibaba, AT&T, Baidu, Bilbili, CommScope, JetBlue Airways, Navient, Nvidia, Pinduoduo, Schlumberger, Sea, State Street, Truist Financial, U.S....
Chinese tech stocks were on a run Tuesday following an announcement from Alibaba that it is increasing its share buyback program to $25 billion.
Chinese stocks rallied Wednesday morning after state media vowed to ensure financial stability.