Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE: BABA) Stock Dips on News That U.S. Is Examining Its Cloud Unit on the Privacy of Its Consumers

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE: BABA) shares bounced back from consumers’ lows in the last session. The company’s shares dropped by half a percent due to concerns of the U.S. government reviewing its cloud unit for national security risks. 

The government’s investigation focuses on how the organizations store data of U.S. consumers, especially personal information and others. In addition, the investigation is based on the scrutiny of Chinese tech companies. 

The investigation also tries to discover if the Chinese government can access consumers’ personal information. There have been similar concerns in the past, and the government intends to ensure that data collection is done well.

The Chinese companies’ footprint in the U.S. is not significant. However, the market displayed the Potential to grow. However, the companies also experience scrutiny back at home as there are new concerns about Alibaba which can affect business. 

Alibaba’s number of Investors increased

Investors influence several influential Chinese tech firms to boost their proportion of Hong Kong’s traded shares away from the American Depository Receipts. This decision follows the strict regulatory oversight by the U.S government and the bilateral tensions that overshadow the companies’ prospects on Wall Street. 

The decisions made by global index firms such as FTSE Russell to switch to Hong Kong-traded stocks might be the catalyst for New York’s listed shares to be in demand. The New York-listed companies include Alibaba and JD.com. 

Alibaba is contemplating raising funds for its high-tech grocery chain valued at $ 10 billion. Freshippo, also called Hema in Chinese, collaborates with potential and financial investors. 

Alibaba increases products as the number of consumers increase

The company’s intelligence backbone, the Alibaba Cloud, observed its revenue for database products. Rise by 50% year over year. As a global business, the increase in sales relies on cloud computing, especially databases, to boost their recovery efforts amidst the pandemic.

Alibaba Cloud database product family presently serves 150,000 consumers across the globe and covers critical verticals, including aviation, insurance, logistics, retail, fintech, education, and more.

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