Tesla, Apple, Rivian, Alibaba, and More Stock Market Movers Wednesday

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Text size A JD.com distribution center in Beijing. Greg Baker/AFP via Getty Images Shares of JD.com fell sharply Thursday after the Chinese e-commerce giant reported fourth-quarter earnings that topped analysts’ forecasts but slower sales growth. U.S.-listed shares of JD.com (ticker: JD) declined 17% on Thursday to $51.78. JD.com reported net revenue in the quarter of … Read more

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