Alibaba Group Holding (BABA) Stock Crashes by 15,8% This Year : Influence of Chinese Regulatory Policy?

According to the annual report, Alibaba Group’s (BABA) stock slumps by 2% every month. Now the stock price is in the amount of $209. This is exactly $100 less than it was in October 2020. The majority of experts claim that the company faces the pressure of Chinese regulatory policy, due to the closing of the Ant Financial mobile app. Alibaba Group is a Chinese global technology firm specializing in electronic commerce, retailing, the Internet, and engineering. As the world’s largest online dealer, the Alibaba Group (BABA) saw a huge increase in consumers as well as merchants willing to sell to them. However, now that the trends are slowing, BABA must use its new status to move toward the future.

The company has been able to stay in growth mode despite retardation in its core electronic commerce business. For its current financial year 2022, Alibaba Group Holding (BABA) is awaited to earn $9.87 a share, which would be flat compared to 2021. But the increase is expected to gradient higher in 2023, up 29% to $12.74.

Paul Meyer

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