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Alibaba Group Holding Limited (BABA)

188.00 +7.12 (3.94%)
Pre-Market: 4:17AM EDT

Previous Close 180.00
Open 179.26
Bid 0.00 x 2900
Ask 0.00 x 3200
Day’s Range 177.39 — 187.25
52 Week Range 147.95 — 231.14
Volume 20,889,416
Avg. Volume 16,534,578
Market Cap 480.918B
Beta (5Y Monthly) 2.09
PE Ratio (TTM) 51.72
EPS (TTM) 3.50
Earnings Date May 12, 2020 — May 17, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date N/A
1y Target Est 1,804.51
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(Bloomberg) — SoftBank Group Corp. shares plummeted the most on record, adding to steep declines earlier this month as investors grow concerned about the Japanese company’s debt load and investments with markets in tumult.The stock dropped 17% Thursday, the worst decline since founder Masayoshi Son first listed his company in 1994. SoftBank has tumbled about 50% in just the past month, erasing as much as $50 billion in market value.The Japanese billionaire is struggling to reassure investors about the stability of his empire amid fallout from the coronavirus. Its impact has hammered SoftBank portfolio companies like Uber Technologies Inc., which lost more than 30% of its value just this week. The rout spread to credit markets and sparked a surge in the cost of insuring debt against default, including that of SoftBank, whose credit-default swaps are now at the highest level in about a decade.”You can’t deny the possibility that massive paper losses at SoftBank could lead to its liabilities exceeding assets,” said Makoto Kikuchi, chief investment officer at Myojo Asset Management Co. in Tokyo. “Then the company will not only be heavily in debt, it would also find further borrowing more difficult.”S&P Global Ratings cut its outlook on SoftBank to negative late Tuesday, citing the broad market declines and the conglomerate’s plans for a share buyback. SoftBank shares fell 11% in Tokyo on Wednesday, at that point the largest decline since 2020.SoftBank has said its financial policy is to have enough liquidity on hand to cover two years of bond repayments and focus on its loan-to-value ratio, a metric for balancing net interest-bearing debt against the value of investments. SoftBank has also said it’s curbing new investments to match the current environment and acknowledged that fundraising costs are likely to rise.There appears to be no real risk that SoftBank could default any time soon, according to Takahiro Oashi, a senior fund manager at Asahi Life Asset Management Co. SoftBank said it had 1.7 trillion yen ($16 billion) of cash and equivalents on hand at the end of December, and since then took out a 500 billion-yen loan. It’s facing 1.68 trillion yen of bonds and loans coming due over the next two fiscal years and a total of about 3.6 trillion over the following four-year period.The Longer ViewThe question is how the firm will weather a prolonged market slump.“No one thinks that SoftBank is going to default now,” said Oashi. “But as an investment company, SoftBank owns many investments such as tech companies that get hit particularly in this situation,” he said. “SoftBank frustrated investors already with its assistance to WeWork last year, and its decision to buy back its own shares in this difficult time.”After WeWork flopped in its effort to go public last year, SoftBank organized a $9.5 billion bailout for the U.S. office-sharing startup and took a writedown on its investment. Through its $100 billion Vision Fund, SoftBank has taken stakes in scores of startups, including many with unprofitable businesses that could get squeezed with a capital crunch.Uber is an example of how quickly their fortunes can reverse. Last month, when Son discussed earnings, he touted the sharp gains in the ride-hailing company’s shares in the early months of 2020. He said the Vision Fund was up $1.5 billion on its investment, compared with a $1 billion paper loss at the end of December. But Uber shares have dropped about 60% since Son gave the presentation.Meanwhile, Son is under pressure from Elliott Management Corp., which disclosed a stake in SoftBank last month. The U.S. activist investor has argued that the company’s shares were undervalued and it should buy back as much as $20 billion. SoftBank said on March 13 it would spend up to 500 billion yen buying shares.S&P responded by cutting its outlook for SoftBank, saying the decision “strongly underscores its aggressive financial management.” SoftBank shares, which typically rally with a buyback, have dropped about 30% since the announcement.Son has pointed out the assets he has to cover any debts. They include the group’s stakes in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., Arm Holdings Plc and SoftBank Corp., its domestic telecom arm. SoftBank keeps a running tally of what it calculates is the value of its shares, excluding its debt. That figure is now almost four times its stock price of 2,687 yen.“It sure does look cheap now, but how do you make that judgment?” said Naoki Fujiwara, chief fund manager at Shinkin Asset Management. “The problem is that it’s really hard to properly value SoftBank.”Son is taking steps to preserve cash. This week, the company told shareholders of WeWork that it could withdraw from an agreement to buy $3 billion of stock in the co-working business.Son has said that he wants to keep SoftBank’s loan-to-value ratio below 25%. S&P said that the gauge would likely be about 30%-35% in the coming year or so.“If its credit rating falls one notch, the megabanks will no longer be able to lend as they have before, making fundraising even more risky,” said Kikuchi. “In addition to SoftBank’s own financing problems, the startups it invested in will have a hard time borrowing too.”For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

Alibaba Pictures Buys Variety Show Producer Yinhekuyu

Alibaba Pictures, the stock market-listed film subsidiary of Chinese tech giant Alibaba, is to pay $57 million (RMB400 million) for a majority stake in variety show producer Tianjin Yinhekuyu.The company said that the purchase of loss-making Yinhekuyu will help it to build up its own variety show production team and enable greater collaboration with its other businesses. These include ticketing and promotion unit Tao Piao Piao and Alifish, its derivative products unit.Yinhekuyu is already 20% controlled by Alibaba’s Youku streaming platform and 12% by a Yunfeng, a private equity fund previously associated with Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma. The transaction involves the sale of 60% of Yinhekuyu by founders and private investors. Youku is not selling its stake, implying that Alibaba and Alibaba Pictures will control 80% after the deal is completed.The deal is subject to earn-out conditions, meaning that the purchase price paid could be reduced if Yinhekuyu fails to meet certain targets. Last year, Yinhekuyu recorded a net loss of RMB72 million ($10.1 million), and finished 2020 with net assets of RMB193 million ($27.5 million).In the past two years, China’s entertainment sector has been struck by a succession of problems, including the arrival of new industry regulator, growing content controls, a new tax regime, and latterly shut down of many productions due to the coronavirus outbreak. These have led to losses and structural weakness at many companies. That is expected to push some either into bankruptcy or into the hands of larger, wealthier groups – especially those from the tech sector now encroaching on the traditional film and TV business.More from Variety * Beijing Opens Up Funding to Cinemas Hit by Coronavirus * China’s Tencent Reaches Profit of $13 Billion, Despite Headwinds * China Audiences Say They’re Ready for Cinemas to Reopen Post Coronavirus

China’s Internet Stocks Can’t Hide From This Virus

(Bloomberg Opinion) — As recently as a month ago, investors in China’s internet stocks were clutching on to the belief that these companies would sail through the coronavirus epidemic unscathed.Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., for example, was trading near historic highs despite the e-commerce giant’s chief financial officer admitting days before that its biggest business would decline as a result of the squeeze on consumer spending. By the time Baidu Inc. reported two weeks later, shares of the search-engine provider had lost 11.7%, while those of Alibaba were down 6.4% and social media powerhouse Tencent Holdings Ltd. had slipped 6.2%.Just as investors should have known in mid-February that there was trouble ahead, they’d be well-advised to look at the reality that’s presented to them now and be just as circumspect. China may have gotten past the worst of Covid-19, but the world is just starting to grapple with it and a major economic shock is looming. Now, as we digest Tencent’s fourth-quarter numbers and muddy outlook, these stocks have continued to drop. As have group-buying outfit Pinduoduo Inc. and internet companies Sina Corp. and Weibo Corp.Yet despite declines of a third or more in market value, some of China’s internet darlings are trading at levels seen as recently as three months ago. Tencent, for example, is back where it was Dec. 5. This indicates that investors aren’t pricing in a big economic jolt, but merely a minor bump on the highway of fast growth and climbing profits.In its investor conference call late Wednesday, Tencent didn’t give explicit details on what to expect this quarter. The company did note that the payments business, now one of its fastest-growing units, will post a drop in revenue, offset by a reduction in marketing costs. By comparison, Baidu, Weibo, and Sina all gave specific sales guidance — each predicted declines of 15% to 20% from a year earlier.It’s clearly going to be a tough first quarter, but executives spent much time on their conference calls talking up their future prospects in the belief that this is a minor blip. Robin Li, Baidu’s chairman and chief executive, defended his optimism by claiming that expenditure will merely be delayed: “If you plan to get married, you are still going to marry. If you’re trying to buy a car, you are still buying a car.”I can’t help wondering if these business leaders are looking too closely at China’s Covid-19 case count, and correlating a decline in new patients to an immediate rebound in revenue. Certainly, the mood on the ground has brightened and workers are returning to their posts.However, they may not sufficiently be taking on board that the disease has gone global. The disparate attempts in Europe and the Americas to bring it under control mean that any resolution won’t come quickly. It may be the case that with their revenue coming almost exclusively from domestic consumers, they believe a wider meltdown won’t cause much pain.That may be a little naive. Exports account for an important portion of China’s gross domestic product and occupy a significant part of its labor force. Foxconn Technology Group, for example, is the largest private employer in China and gets more than half its revenue from Apple Inc. If orders at these businesses dry up, Chinese consumers will need to reduce expenditure. Last year, I noted that what may save Chinese internet companies is their shift to a post-growth era by trimming costs such as marketing, which some pragmatic executives have done. They’re going to need to adapt again, this time to reflect a world that truly is connected, and where an external shock could quickly become a local problem. Chinese tech companies may think they’ve got through the worst of the storm. They’d better brace themselves for the fact that there is nowhere to hide.This column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Bloomberg LP and its owners.Tim Culpan is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering technology. He previously covered technology for Bloomberg News.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinionSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

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Платёжная система от Alibaba

Кто, что слышал по поводу новой платёжки от Алибаба? Какой смысл-то, в чём преимущество? Не ужели будут бороться с такими гигантами, как тот же PayPal?

Alipay, входящая в холдинг Alibaba, планирует запуск платежной системы в России. Для этого будет использовано партнерство с другим игроком, который уже работает на российском рынке. Как сообщил директор по развитию бизнеса Alipay в России Богдан Задорожный, есть возможность создания мобильного приложения для российских клиентов Aliexpress, поскольку сейчас все методы оплаты в онлайн ритейлире так или иначе подключены к Alipay. То есть «Яндекс.Деньги», QIWI, WebMoney работают через Alipay.

Они уже давно работают, только в России их ещё нет. Я не думаю, что стоит как-то обращать на местечковую платёжную систему.

Дак, она же не позиционирует себя, как замена тому, что есть сейчас. Решают исключительно свои проблемы, со своим магазином

Мельком читал на Алиэкспресс, что с 2020 года перестанет действовать Alipay или что-то типо этого.

Мельком читал на Алиэкспресс, что с 2020 года перестанет действовать Alipay или что-то типо этого.

И что произойдёт, всё встанет что-ли? Думаю, что для конечных потребителей, ничего не изменится. Изменят название или что-то типо этого.

Alipay, входящая в холдинг Alibaba, планирует запуск платежной системы в России. Для этого будет использовано партнерство с другим игроком, который уже работает на российском рынке. Как сообщил директор по развитию бизнеса Alipay в России Богдан Задорожный, есть возможность создания мобильного приложения для российских клиентов Aliexpress, поскольку сейчас все методы оплаты в онлайн ритейлире так или иначе подключены к Alipay. То есть «Яндекс.Деньги», QIWI, WebMoney работают через Alipay.

Как сообщается, на такие действия руководство сервиса в основном пошло из-за чрезвычайно высокого прироста потока туристов из КНР в Россию, привыкших к использованию данной платежной системы не только у себя на родине, но также и за её пределами.Платежная система Alipay предоставляет возможность клиенту не переводить деньги непосредственно продавцу, а «замораживать» в системе, до момента пока не будет подтверждено получение заказа. Удобство системы завоевало миллионы поклонников уже по всему миру, но в большей степени именно в Китае.


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