Jack Ma’s Reappearance After 3 Months Sees Shares Of Alibaba Surge


On Wednesday, the founder of Alibaba Group (BABA), made a reappearance after 3 months at the annual conference of one of his charity’s initiatives to meet online 100 teachers who teach in rural schools in China.


The last three months have been tumultuous for one of the world’s largest retailer and e-commerce corporations after Jack Ma criticized state regulators in a speech in October.


Alibaba lost up to 30% of its market value in a short period of time, but after Ma’s reappearance, investors jumped in Alibaba pushing the stock up in the exchanges the company’s shares trade on around the world. Investors are hoping his reappearance may indicate that the worst days for Alibaba are behind it.