This impressive graphic from The Wall Street Journal captures Alibaba’s unrelenting march towards global domination since the Chinese ecommerce giant went public on September 18th. Even though it was valued at a staggering $169B when it went listed, Alibaba’s shares have since risen by 70% in less than two months, giving it a market value of some $285B. If it was included in the S&P 500, Alibaba would crack the top 10, trailing only the likes of Google, Apple, and Microsoft.

See the full article from the Wall Street Journal here.