Alibaba Stock Split: What BABA Investors Should Know About the 1-for-8 Proposal




 

An Alibaba stock split proposal has been made by the company in an effort to increase its number of shares.

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Here's what investors in Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) need to know about the stock split proposal.

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BABA stock was up 1% as of Monday afternoon.

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