Alibaba sinks 18% in worst day ever after Chinese regulators open antitrust investigation

  • Alibaba suffered its worst trading day ever on Thursday after Chinese regulators opened an antitrust investigation into the e-commerce giant.
  • Alibaba fell as much as 18% in Thursday trades, far outpacing its previous record one-day decline of nearly 9% in 2015. 
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Alibaba suffered its worst one-day decline ever since going public in 2014 after Chinese regulators opened an antitrust investigation into the e-commerce giant.

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Alibaba fell as much as 18%, far outpacing its previous record one-day decline of 8.8% in January 2015. The stock hit levels not seen since June.

 

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