Alibaba's U.S. trading debut sparked a sense of optimism among Asia's e-commerce firms, who believe that the Chinese giant's success bodes well for them. » Read More
Friday's low of $381.17 is a far cry from bitcoin's position around $513 less than a month ago.
The highly anticipated debut of China's Alibaba will come amid the busiest year for initial public offerings since the tech bubble burst in 2000.
Alibaba's Jack Ma discusses his company's IPO, the responsibility to shareholders, and where the money is likely to be spent.
Just because sentiment is running in favor of the stock on the company's big day, doesn't mean everyone's bullish on the stock.
Amid rumors that Alibaba is considering investing in its rival, Snapdeal, the ecommerce giant's boss said the group was not up for sale.
NYSE President Thomas Farley said the exchange is confident ahead of the start of trading of Alibaba, but "not overconfident."
Yahoo is making amends for years of blundering with one smart move: An investment in China's Alibaba that has turned into a multibillion-dollar boon.
The IPO was expected to be the largest in history and to give Alibaba a massive valuation—making founder Jack Ma one of the world's richest men.
The expected $68 price a share for Alibaba's IPO is a lucky number for the Chinese.
The glittery initial public offering, which prices Thursday evening, may not be all gold.
Alibaba will price within its existing range of $66 to $68 a share, CNBC has learned from sources familiar with the situation.
Alibaba's expected valuation is about $175 billion. Here's how that compares with other tech giants like Amazon, Facebook and Apple.
"I do have a buy rating," said Neil Doshi, analyst at CRT Capital Group. But not all market watchers share his optimism.
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Yahoo will sell part of its stake in Alibaba when the firm goes public and could receive $6 billion after taxes, if the IPO prices at $68 a share.
Alibaba has increased efforts to rid its e-commerce platforms of fakes, but experts say it's an uphill battle.