: Most analysts covering Alibaba are bullish
Most analysts covering Alibaba are bullish regarding the company's long-term prospects. Out of 52 analysts polled by Bloomberg, 45 rate the company stock a Buy, five suggest a Hold, and only two advocate a Sell. The stock?s 12-month consensus target price is $96.85, projecting an upside of more than 38% over Friday?s close of $70.07 per share.
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: Indian payments start-up supported by Alibaba
PayTM, the Indian payments start-up supported by Alibaba of China, plans to invest Rs50bn ($764m) in an aggressive three-year expansion, as it aims to become India?s largest ecommerce group by revenue.
In September, PayTM completed a second funding round from Alibaba and its online payments affiliate Ant Financial, bringing its total Chinese funding to $680m. The deal valued PayTM at $2.5bn, making it one of India?s most valuable start-ups. PayTM founder Vijay Sharma told the Financial Times he would use the funds to increase sharply the number of merchants selling on its online marketplace ? most of whom are small businesses ? from about 100,000 today to 1m by 2018.