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Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. has received enough investor interest for its initial public offering that it plans to stop taking orders for the sale early, sources with knowledge of the matter said.Alibaba still plans to set a final price for the shares on Sept. 18, with trading to begin the next day, one of the sources said.Alibaba is in the middle of a global roadshow to meet investors as the company and shareholders including Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO) seek to raise as much as $21.1 billion. Alibaba and shareholders are offering 320.1 million American depositary shares, valuing the company at as much as $162.7 billion, bigger than 95 percent of the Standard & Poor's 500 Index.
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