The wait for Alibaba to come back to markets created pent up demand among investors, according to people familiar with the deal. Photo: Bloomberg The wait for Alibaba to come back to markets created pent up demand among investors, according to people familiar with the deal. Photo: Bloomberg
The wait for Alibaba to come back to markets created pent up demand among investors, according to people familiar with the deal. Photo: Bloomberg
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Alibaba’s bond sale attracts US$38 billion worth of orders as investors shrug off antitrust fears and look to future of China’s booming e-commerce industry

  • An avalanche of orders from a veritable Who’s Who of investors allowed the e-commerce giant to price its debt tighter than initial guidance
  • The bond sale comes after Alibaba reported a 37 per cent surge in revenue for the quarter ended December

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The wait for Alibaba to come back to markets created pent up demand among investors, according to people familiar with the deal. Photo: Bloomberg The wait for Alibaba to come back to markets created pent up demand among investors, according to people familiar with the deal. Photo: Bloomberg
The wait for Alibaba to come back to markets created pent up demand among investors, according to people familiar with the deal. Photo: Bloomberg
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