|Bid||1,491.61 x 100|
|Ask||1,492.69 x 100|
|Day's range||1,485.52 - 1,502.54|
|52-week range||833.50 - 1,503.49|
|PE ratio (TTM)||242.46|
|Earnings date||25 Apr 2018 - 30 Apr 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||1,649.98|
Amazon.com (AMZN) and Alibaba (BABA) have signaled that they will bring their best to compete in the Indian market. While Amazon has lined up a $5.0-billion investment to grow its business in India, Alibaba is largely quiet about its India investment budget.
Sprouts Farmers Market topped analysts' earnings expectations and forecast strong profits this year, when the natural foods grocer reported results early Thursday.
Shares of e-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc. topped $1,500 in early trade Thursday, trading at $1,502.54 in the first minutes of trade, and approaching a record it set Wednesday when it hit $1,502.72. The ...
DALLAS, Feb. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Woot!, the site that brings you ridiculously good deals on stuff that you need and stuff that you didn't even KNOW you needed (but totally do, let's be honest), announced today that Amazon Prime members will now get FREE shipping on Woot.com. All members need to do is log in with their Amazon account by going to woot.com/prime and PRESTO! "Ooh, ooh, ohh, this is a HUGE deal," exclaimed Woot!'s monkey mascot, Mortimer.
Free delivery and an extra discount for credit card holders on top of it could make shoppers more loyal.
As Walmart falls prey to the Amazon Effect, discount teen retailer Five Below continues to thrive.
An increasing number of major corporations, traditional industries and big technology names alike, want urban zip codes for their headquarters or regional hubs.
India is one of Amazon.com’s (AMZN) closest-watched overseas markets, and for good reason. The company plans to invest $5.0 billion to grow its business in India, and it could end up investing more in the country to stay ahead of rival Alibaba (BABA), which is investing in everything from mobile payments, to e-commerce, to cloud computing in India. India is believed to have contributed to the 29% YoY (year-over-year) growth in Amazon’s International segment revenues, which reached $18 billion in 4Q17.
IMDb , the world’s most popular and authoritative source for movie, TV and celebrity content, today announced that it has launched its first voice controlled service with a new Flash Briefing skill for Amazon Alexa.
What impacted Walmart’s EPS? Walmart (WMT) reported weaker-than-expected fiscal 4Q18 earnings (period ended January 31, 2018). Walmart’s adjusted EPS (earnings per share) of $1.33 per share missed analysts’ estimate of $1.37 due to price investments, an adverse mix as a result of a growing share of e-commerce sales, and higher transportation costs.
A new US tax law was passed in late 2017, reducing the corporate tax rate from a lofty 35% to 21%, and encouraging American companies to repatriate profits at a 15.5% tax. Future profits will not be subject to repatriation tax. This news is particularly good for tech giants that were hoarding huge amounts of cash abroad to avoid being taxed 35% on repatriation.
In keeping with tradition, Amazon.com (AMZN) discussed exciting progress in its Prime membership program during its 4Q17 earnings call—without disclosing exactly how many people have signed up for the program. Data from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, however, show that Amazon has more than 90 million Prime subscribers in the US, where the membership program costs $99 per year, or $12.99 per month. Prime memberships continued to grow in 4Q17 as well as in calendar 2017, and the recent integration with Whole Foods could help draw more people to the program in the US.
Jeff Bezos’s search for Amazon.com’s second home is taking him through some pretty vibrant spots in the nation’s heartland. They are also places that have been picking up a growing share of venture capital ...
Challenges from the e-commerce channel pressured retail stocks over much of the last year, though recent news has been more promising for the sector.
Three technology titans have powered nearly half of the S&P 500’s advance this year, a worrying sign for investors expecting a strengthening economy to lift shares of manufacturers, oil companies and other firms whose fortunes typically improve with growth. Amazon.com Inc. has accounted for 27% of the broader index’s 1.6% gain through Tuesday, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices’ data. U.S. stocks fell Wednesday, but Amazon and Netflix extended their 2018 gains, adding to their dominance over the S&P 500.
The potential breach is intensifying concerns about Toys R Us' ability to emerge from bankruptcy protection, sources tell CNBC.