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Alibaba Group Holding Limited (BABA) Q4 2021 Results Conference Call May 13, 2021 07:30 AM ET Company Participants Rob Lin - Head, IR Daniel Zhang - Chairman and CEO Joe Tsai - Executive Vice Chairman Maggie Wu - CFO Conference Call Participants Alex Yao - JP Morgan Thomas Chong -...
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
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Companies Reporting Before The Bell • CASI Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: CASI ) is estimated to report quarterly loss at $0.06 per share on revenue of $5.05 million. • Liquidia (NASDAQ: LQDA ) is projected to report quarterly loss at $0.21 per share on revenue of $870.00 thousand. • ARKO (NASDAQ: ARKO ) is expected to report quarterly loss at $0.11 per share on revenue of $1.39 billion. • Evaxion Biotech (NASDAQ: EVAX ) is expected to report earnings for its first quarter. • OneSmart Intl Edu Group (NYSE: ONE ) is likely to report quarterly loss at $0.10 per share on revenue of $151.43 million. • Alleghany (NYSE: Y ) is estimated to report quarterly earnings at $0.41 per share on revenue of $74.00 million. • NICE (NASDAQ: NICE ) is expected to report quarterly earnings at $1.49 per share on ...
Alibaba booked a $2.872 billion fine paid to China's State Administration for Market Regulation for anti-monopoly practices, tipping the tech giant into a net loss for the fourth quarter.
The fine by China's markets regulator in April was the largest-ever of its kind
(Bloomberg) -- Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. forecast better-than-expected revenue and pledged to invest in new growth arenas, signaling its intention to move past a Chinese antitrust probe that triggered its first loss in nine years.Jack Ma’s flagship e-commerce firm swung to a 5.5 billion yuan ($852 million) net loss -- its first since 2012 -- after the company swallowed a $2.8 billion fine for monopolistic behavior imposed by Beijing. It now intends to refocus on its business, plowing “all incremental profit” back into technology and hotly contested areas like community commerce, Chief Executive Officer Daniel Zhang pledged on Thursday.Alibaba executives have sought to put behind them a crackdown on Ma’s internet empire that’s shaved $260 billion off the Chinese internet behemoth’s mark...
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Alibaba reported a 64% jump in sales and set a milestone by serving 1 billion active users on its e-commerce platform, but shares fell Thursday.