247,00 -4,71 (-1,87%)
Before hours: 8:40AM EDT
|Denaro||249,90 x 2200|
|Lettera||248,10 x 800|
|Min-Max giorno||250,68 - 265,66|
|Intervallo di 52 settimane||151,85 - 268,00|
|Beta (5 anni mensile)||1,56|
|Rapporto PE (ttm)||71,97|
|Prossima data utili||13 ago 2020 - 17 ago 2020|
|Rendimento e dividendo (forward)||N/D (N/D)|
|Data ex dividendo||N/D|
|Stima target 1A||1.873,28|
Alibaba Group’s Hong Kong shares closed their first trading session up 6.6% from the issue price after this year’s largest stock sale. Australia’s Westpac Banking said on Tuesday its CEO will step down and its chairman will bring forward his retirement as a money-laundering scandal rocks the country’s second-largest retail bank.
Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index rose sharply for a second session this week on the hopes of fresh government stimulus and the news that Alibaba will close its order books to institutional investors early for its upcoming secondary listing in Hong Kong. The Australian share market rallied after it was revealed the Reserve Bank gave serious consideration earlier this month to cutting rates for a fourth time this year.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba set a new sales record on Singles Day, the world’s largest 24-hour shopping event. The S&P;/ASX 200 Index posted its highest closing price since August 1, the same week it reached an all-time high closing value of 6845.