Alibaba Group (BABA) Last Update 11/30/22
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  1. China Retail constitutes 41% of the Trefis price estimate for Alibaba Group's stock.
  2. China Wholesale & Other constitutes 9% of the Trefis price estimate for Alibaba Group's stock.
  3. Cloud Computing constitutes 6% of the Trefis price estimate for Alibaba Group's stock.


  1. Latest Earnings

Over Q2 FY'23, Alibaba saw revenue rise by just about 3% to RMB 207.2 billion ($29.1 billion), because of Covid-19-related restrictions in China and weak macroeconomic conditions. Adjusted diluted earnings per American Depository Share stood at RMB 12.92 ($1.82), an increase of 15% year-over-year. While the e-commerce business was responsible for the slowdown, Alibaba's cloud business is also seeing growth cool, with sales growing by just 4% year-over-year.

Note: Alibaba's Q2 FY'23 ended on September 30, 2022.

  1. China's Regulatory clampdown

Chinese regulators have been cracking down on homegrown technology giants over the last two years, focusing on data, privacy, and anti-trust issues. There are concerns that Internet platforms could face more intense regulatory scrutiny. Alibaba has already faced a sizable antitrust fine. Its affiliate Ant Group had to cancel its initial public offering while being asked to spin off some of its credit and lending businesses.

  1. Delisting concerns in the United States

There have been concerns about the futures of Chinese stocks listed on U.S. exchanges, as the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board does not have full access to their audit reports. While Chinese companies are forbidden from sharing these reports currently, China has signaled that it might be willing to approve greater audit transparency and disclosures.


Alibaba is a Chinese technology company focusing on e-commerce, logistics, cloud computing, digital media, and other subscription software. While the company reports its business in four segments, we have reworked its structure into five segments that better capture Alibaba's business based on its operations. The China Commerce segment revenues are derived from retail e-commerce and associated marketing services in China. Digital Media & Innovation Initiatives segment revenues are derived from content subscription, software subscription, and merchant advertising offerings. China Wholesale & Other revenues are derived from wholesale commerce and logistics services, primarily driven by Chinese consumption. International Commerce segment revenues are derived from retail and wholesale operations and advertising services outside China. Cloud Computing segment revenues are derived based on customers' duration and usage of Alibaba's service.