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Is Alibaba Stock A Buy Before Upcoming Earnings?

Alibaba is set to report quarterly results tomorrow (26th May 2022) before the market opens, in what is likely to be a pivotal report for the company and its shareholders. While Alibaba has lost ~31% of its market cap year-to-date with China's economic growth in the doldrums, it is easy to argue that BABA is too cheap right now.
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Tuesday’s Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alibaba, Boeing, Carnival, Deere, Eli Lilly, Home Depot, Marathon Oil, Realty Income, Under Armour and More

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, Kohl's, LyondellBasell Industries, Marathon Oil, Moderna, Petco Health, Realty Income and Under Armour.
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Rayliant Phillip Wool Previews Alibaba Earnings

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Rayliant Global Advisors Managing Director Phillip Wool previews earnings from Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba. Wool says he's underweight on Alibaba's shares and sees much better opportunities in the China equity space. He speaks to Yvonne Man and David Ingles on "Bloomberg Markets: China Open".
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Stc Group announced the establishment of 'Alibaba Cloud' in Riyadh, KSA, for high-capacity cloud services in partnership with Alibaba Group, eWTP Arabia for Technical Innovation Ltd., the Saudi Company for Artificial Intelligence (SCAI), and the Saudi Information Technology Company (SITE). The establishment of the new company in the Saudi capital,...
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Alibaba's overseas growth push faces European test

LONDON, May 25 (Reuters Breakingviews) - Alibaba’s (9988.HK) hunt for growth outside the People’s Republic is getting urgent. The $223 billion Chinese e-commerce company hopes to offset sluggish demand at home by expanding in Europe through its Southeast Asian offshoot, Lazada, Reuters reported citing sources. But with a European market share of less than 5%, and entrenched rivals like Amazon (AMZN.O), it may struggle to justify the investment.
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