Alibaba buyers say IPO too cheap to miss even with risks

US fund managers studying an investment in Alibaba Group are worried about everything from corporate governance to bull market fatigue. They’re buying anyway, afraid of missing a bargain.

17th September, 2014

US fund managers studying an investment in Alibaba Group are worried about everything from corporate governance to bull market fatigue. They’re buying anyway, afraid of missing a bargain.

Thornburg Investment Management sees Alibaba trading at a discount to Internet stocks and is planning to buy shares through the initial public offering. Clough Capital Partners left road show meetings convinced of the company’s growth potential. Krane Fund Advisors is so optimistic about demand from...

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