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杰夫贝佐斯(Jeff Bezos)可能正铆足了劲在西雅图四周勾当,为他家的Fire Phone高声吆喝,并鼓动勉励员工相互撕咬。

这位亚马逊(Amazon)开创人宣称,他经营的公司没有攻讦者描写的那末刻毒。不外,非论他在做的是甚么,都深得投资者的欢心。

本年7月,当亚马逊市值跨越沃尔玛(Walmart)时,曾引发庞大颤动。而周一的另外一则动静却没有引发涓滴的波涛:亚马逊的企业价值(等在市值减去现金、加上债务)爬升至2510亿美元,跨越了沃尔玛,成为全球(名不虚传的)最有价值的零售商。

本年早些时辰,该公司的市值跨越了另外一家其开创人有着磁石般吸引力的公司:马云的阿里巴巴(Alibaba)。虽然这家中国电子商务企业具有更高的营收增加率和更丰富的利润率,它的市值却在不竭缩水。上周五是阿里巴巴初次公然招股(IPO)一周年数念日。该公司股价今朝已低在刊行价,只有其汗青最高价的一半。

从头对阿里巴巴估值不乏充实来由,特别是环绕中国经济的耽忧,和本年8月录得3年来最慢营收增加。不外,阿里巴巴的投入本钱回报率(ROIC)是8%,亚马逊只有-3%。即使营收增速有所放缓,阿里巴巴今朝的营收增速也有40%,而亚马逊的这个数字为17%。但是,现在享有估值溢价的倒是亚马逊:该公司市值是来岁估计息税折旧和摊销前利润(EBITDA)的20倍,而阿里巴巴的这一比例只有19倍。

对阿里巴巴一度中止的思疑再度恢复。周一,阿里巴巴股票消除禁售,令包罗马云在内的该公司年夜股东可以或许兜售手中的股票。这些投资者此前暗示,他们不会卖。固然如斯,该公司股价仍下跌了3%。阿里巴巴奇异的治理布局,和其企业价值迟缓回馈通俗持股者的体例布满不肯定性,都是其股票遇冷的缘由,但是这些其实不是新近才呈现的问题。

对阿里巴巴可能令投资者掉望的耽忧已然扎根,对亚马逊可能令投资者掉望的耽忧却已消逝——虽然亚马逊持久以来恰好在令投资者掉望。(中国进出口网)

Jeff Bezos may run around Seattle, war paint daubed on his head, barking orders into his Fire Phone, urging employees to be nasty to each other.

The Amazon founder claims to be running a gentler company than his critics portray. But whatever he’s doing, investors like it a lot.

There was great fanfare in July when Amazon’s market capitalisation surpassed Walmart’s. There was none on Monday when its enterprise value, which discounts cash and includes debt, rose to 美金251bn, overtaking the supermarket chain to become — for real this time — the world’s most valuable retailer.

Earlier this year, its value overtook that of another company whose founder has magnetic appeal: Jack Ma’s Alibaba. Even though the Chinese ecommerce company enjoys superior revenue growth and fatter margins, its value is sinking. The first anniversary of its initial public offering was on Friday. The shares are below the IPO price and half their high point.

There are some good reasons for reappraising Alibaba, notably Chinese economic worries and the slowest revenue growth in three years recorded in August. Yet Alibaba’s return on invested capital is 8 per cent; Amazon’s is minus 3 per cent. Even at a slightly slower pace, Alibaba’s revenue is growing at 40 per cent against Amazon’s 17 per cent. It is Amazon, though, that now commands a premium valuation: its enterprise value is 20 times next year’s forecast earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation compared with Alibaba at 19 times.

The suspension of disbelief in Alibaba has been punctured. A lock-up expired on Monday, enabling large investors (including Mr Ma) to sell. They said they would not. The stock still fell 3 per cent. Its strange governance structure and the precarious ways in which value trickles to common stockholders are all part of the problem, yet they are nothing new.

The worry that Alibaba might disappoint has taken hold; the worry that Amazon might disappoint has — in spite of its lengthy record of doing precisely that — vanished.