Alibaba logo as seen at its headquarters in Hangzhou, China. The e-commerce giant owns about one-third of Ant Group, which is going for a dual listing in Shanghai and Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE Alibaba logo as seen at its headquarters in Hangzhou, China. The e-commerce giant owns about one-third of Ant Group, which is going for a dual listing in Shanghai and Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE
Alibaba logo as seen at its headquarters in Hangzhou, China. The e-commerce giant owns about one-third of Ant Group, which is going for a dual listing in Shanghai and Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE

Alibaba stock rally creates arbitrage room amid widest gap between Hong Kong and New York prices

  • The gap between Alibaba’s shares in Hong Kong and New York on July 21 was the widest since its secondary listing in November
  • Investors have switched into more than 57 million Alibaba shares in Hong Kong over the past eight months, according to exchange data

Topic |   US-listed Chinese stocks
Alibaba logo as seen at its headquarters in Hangzhou, China. The e-commerce giant owns about one-third of Ant Group, which is going for a dual listing in Shanghai and Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE Alibaba logo as seen at its headquarters in Hangzhou, China. The e-commerce giant owns about one-third of Ant Group, which is going for a dual listing in Shanghai and Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE
Alibaba logo as seen at its headquarters in Hangzhou, China. The e-commerce giant owns about one-third of Ant Group, which is going for a dual listing in Shanghai and Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE
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