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BABA

Alibaba

$108.41

2.41 (2.27%)

08:24
10/11/16
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08:24

Alibaba price target raised to $125 from $115 at Evercore ISI

Evercore ISI analyst Ken Sena raised Alibaba's price target to $125 due to favorable near-term macro data and steps the company has is taking into audience and logistics as fueling long-term continued growth. The analyst rates Alibaba a Buy.

BABA Alibaba
$108.41

2.41 (2.27%)

09/22/16
UBSW
09/22/16
NO CHANGE
Target $124
UBSW
Buy
Alibaba price target raised to $124 from $107 at UBS
UBS analyst Erica Poon Werkun raised her price target on Alibaba to $124 from $107 citing it capital allocation to Cloud/Media, which is beginning to bear fruit. The analyst sees a long runway for brand advertising monetization, and e-commerce rates rising with continued digital/mobile adoption. The analyst reiterated her Buy rating on Alibaba shares.
09/23/16
BOFA
09/23/16
NO CHANGE
Target $55
BOFA
Buy
BofA thinks Verizon deal stays on track despite Yahoo data breach
Bank of America Merrill Lynch analyst Justin Post said that Yahoo's (YHOO) disclosure of the massive data breach impacting over 500M of its users is clearly a negative for the company that could result in email account closures, but he does not anticipate a major impact on Yahoo's business related to this breach, citing as evidence the fact that he is not aware of any significant business impairment or financial liability related to security breaches at LinkedIn (LNKD) in 2012 and at eBay (EBAY) in 2014. Post adds that the Target (TGT) data breach, which did include credit card info, is not directly comparable to Yahoo's breach. For Verizon (VZ) to back out of its acquisition agreement, Post thinks the company would need to assume Yahoo acted in bad faith during negotiations and that the Yahoo asset is impaired or comes with significant liability, neither of which he sees as being the case. The analyst keeps a Buy rating on Yahoo and bumped his target on the shares to $55 from $53, citing an increased price target on Alibaba (BABA) that a peer at the firm recently set.
09/29/16
DBAB
09/29/16
NO CHANGE
Target $138
DBAB
Buy
Alibaba price target raised to $138 from $109 at Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Bank analyst Alan Hellawell raised his price target for Alibaba to $138 saying his firm's recent payments survey in China reveals Alipay ranks as the "clear #1" online payment method. Alipay has an "unrivalled" 40.8% of all online transactions, and 37.4% of O2O consumption, Hellawell tells investors in a research note. The survey respondents also revealed greater intentions to expand use of Alipay over other alternatives, the analyst adds. He keeps a Buy rating on shares of Alibaba.
09/29/16
MKMP
09/29/16
NO CHANGE
Target $130
MKMP
Buy
Alibaba soft third party tracking data a buying opportunity, says MKM Partners
MKM Partners said the 2% pullback in Alibaba shares this morning is being attributed to soft third party tracking data. The firm's analyst notes tracking data would not would not capture monetization improvement which has been the upside driver for revenue growth acceleration. MKM Partners rates Alibaba a Buy with a $130 price target.

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