|Denaro||242,70 x 1400|
|Lettera||242,66 x 4000|
|Min-Max giorno||242,15 - 246,99|
|Intervallo di 52 settimane||169,95 - 319,32|
|Beta (5 anni mensile)||0,99|
|Rapporto PE (ttm)||26,15|
|Prossima data utili||11 feb 2021 - 15 feb 2021|
|Rendimento e dividendo (forward)||N/D (N/D)|
|Data ex dividendo||N/D|
|Stima target 1A||324,61|
Hong Kong stocks declined, dragged down by tech firms, amid regulatory concerns after China’s central bank called for an overhaul at Ant Group.
Chinese technology giant Alibaba’s shares plunged as much as 9.2% to a six-month low on Monday as the world’s largest online and mobile e-Commerce company’s increase of a proposed stock buyback program to $10 billion failed to lift sentiments amid growing concerns about a regulatory crackdown on Jack Ma’s empire.
China’s State Administration for Market Regulation said it has opened an investigation into Alibaba over monopolistic practices.