Alibaba Prompts HKEx Identity Crisis - and Dreams of Revival - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

Nasdaq has Facebook. The New York Stock Exchange is getting Twitter. But on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange - the world's 6th largest - only a teeny proportion of stocks are made up of China's booming internet companies. Take China's leading search engine Baidu - it's listed in New York. And recently the exchange gave e-commerce powerhouse Alibaba the thumbs down when it sought to list here with potentially one of the biggest IPOs this year.



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Company Last Sale Change Net / %
BAC $ 16.20 0.13 ▼ 0.80%
AAPL $ 102.13 1.24 ▲ 1.23%
SIRI $ 3.59 0.03 ▲ 0.84%
PBR $ 19.21 0.98 ▲ 5.38%
FB $ 74.63 1.33 ▼ 1.75%
TWTR $ 48.06 0.11 ▼ 0.23%
YHOO $ 38.18 0.39 ▲ 1.03%
JCP $ 11.20 0.40 ▲ 3.70%

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