Chinese American depositary receipts (ADRs) saw a big sell-off on Thursday after the SEC listed five companies from China that could be de-listed for failing to abide by U.S. accounting regulations. Alibaba (NYSE:BABA), which is not part of the list, saw its stock decline by close to 8%.
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With the recent sell-off BABA stock remains down by 22% year-to-date and by close to 70% from its all-time seen in 2020. We believe the stock is considerably undervalued, with our $185 price estimate coming about 95% ahead of the current market price.
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