Reports: Alibaba mulling Ctrip investment, Tencent eying stake in JD.com


Sources tell Marbridge Consulting Alibaba (ABABA) is talking with Ctrip (CTRP +6.9%) about a possible investment.

Alibaba took stakes in AutoNavi and Sina's Weibo microblogging platform last year. Marbridge's track record with investment/M&A rumors is mixed, but it has made some accurate calls in recent months.

Ctrip has rallied above $55, and Chinese online travel rivals Qunar (QUNR +3.3%) and eLong (LONG +8.3%) are also posting sizable gains.

Separately, the WSJ reports Chinese messaging/gaming giant Tencent (TCEHY) is looking to buy a stake in top Alibaba rival JD.com, which recently filed for a $1.5B IPO.

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