Alibaba's Singles Day Just Hit Another Record, But That's Not What You Should Take Away

Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba’s Singles Day shopping extravaganza has ended, but the headline goes way beyond the fact that Alibaba has notched another record sales day 10 years after it made Nov. 11 (11.11 denotes singles) a shopping event to celebrate those still on their own.

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Chinese ecomm giant Alibaba posts sales of over $30 billion during 24-hour retail frenzy

The Chinese event was originally a novelty student holiday to celebrate being single, countering Valentines Day.

Alibaba sets Singles' Day record with RM129bil in sales - Tech News | The Star Online Alibaba sets Singles' Day record with RM129bil in sales

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd logged 213.5bil yuan (RM129bil) in sales for its annual Singles’ Day extravaganza, setting a record as shoppers swarmed the e-commerce giant’s online bazaars.

Although retail sales in China have been steady, the outlook is uncertain as the economy slows and concerns rise over the impact of the trade war with the United States

Alibaba Singles’ Day tops $42 billion, but growth rate plunges, East

China's largest company, which used a concurrent televised entertainment spectacle featuring Cirque du Soleil and Mariah Carey to further drum up business, reported that Xiaomi, Apple and Dyson products were the top three brands in early sales.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Alibaba sets Singles' Day record with $31 billion in sales

Alibaba Group hit $30.7 billion in sales for its annual Singles' Day shopping extravaganza.

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has smashed its one-day sales record on Singles Day.

Alibaba's Singles' Day smashes records with over $30bn in sales

The 10th annual Chinese shopping bonanza Singles’ Day has generated a record $30.

China's Single's Day sales hit 1.4 bln USD in first 2 minutes