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Q3 SEC 13F filings from large fund managers show significant interest in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE: BABA).

Below are fund manager's Alibaba ownership stakes from the 13F filings.

Third Point

7.2 million shares acquired. Valued at $639.72 million as of end of Q3 and would be worth 828.72 million as of Friday.

George Soros/Soros Management

4.4 million shares purchased at a value of over $390 million.

Julian Robertson/Tiger Management

1.2 million shares valued at more than $108 million in the filing. It was the firm's largest holding and represents nearly 30 percent of all the holdings at the time of the filing.

Appaloosa Management Fund/David Tepper

725,000 shares acquired.

Jana Partners

Bought 300,000 shares.


570,721 acquired shares and valued at $50.70 million.

The following managers reported no ownership stake in Alibaba:

  • Carl Icahn
  • Bridgewater/Ray Dalio
  • Kynikos Associates/Chanos
  • Renaissance Technologies/Simons
  • Omega Advisors/Cooperman
  • Pershing Square/Bill Ackman

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