AMZN - Amazon.com, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
1,715.67
-14.55 (-0.84%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close1,730.22
Open1,742.62
Bid1,715.67 x 1200
Ask1,717.00 x 900
Day's Range1,712.00 - 1,743.00
52 Week Range931.75 - 1,763.10
Volume3,367,755
Avg. Volume4,767,041
Market Cap832.489B
Beta1.70
PE Ratio (TTM)215.81
EPS (TTM)7.95
Earnings DateJul 25, 2018 - Jul 30, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est1,837.65
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • The Wall Street Journal2 hours ago

    [$$] Why Big-Ticket Items May Soon Cost You More Online

    Savvy shoppers who buy big-ticket items online to avoid state sales taxes will be losing that advantage. The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling Thursday enables states to collect sales tax from all online purchases. For decades, retailers have only been required to collect and remit sales tax if they had a physical presence in the state: a warehouse, store or office, in most cases.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 hours ago

    Spotify, Amazon, Apple or YouTube? The Streaming-Music Showdown

    Streaming services offer more music and far better tools to find and play it. Which streaming service should you use, though? For starters, there are many players in the music-streaming space, yet only four true contenders exist: Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music and Google’s new YouTube Music.

  • CNBC9 hours ago

    Forget millennials: Here's a good reason why Apple should hire your grandmother

    Amazon, Google and Apple have built devices that can work great for the elderly, but the apps and services have a long way to go. The companies have been much more focused on designing their products for millennials. Technology giants Amazon AMZN , Alphabet GOOGL and Apple have created devices perfectly suited to help aging Americans, with voice-powered assistants that get smarter as they learn more about their users.

  • CNBC10 hours ago

    From Mark Zuckerberg's Beast to Elon Musk's Marvin, meet 8 tech titans' dogs

    For the 20th year in a row, companies celebrated Take Your Dog to Work Day, an annual event started by the educational association for professional pet sitters and dog-walkers Pet Sitter's International.

  • MarketWatch11 hours ago

    Amazon shares fall after Supreme Court ruling on sales tax, as brick-and-mortar retailers gain

    Amazon.com Inc. shares slid 1.1% Thursday while bricks-and-mortar store operators rallied, after the Supreme Court ruled that states have the right to collect sales taxes on internet companies that do not have a physical presence in their states. Wayfair Inc. said in a statement that it “already collects and remits sales tax on approximately 80% of our orders in the U.S., a number that continues to grow as we expand our logistics footprint.” The online furniture retailer doesn’t expect the ruling to have a “noticeable impact” on its business.

  • MarketWatch11 hours ago

    Amazon could actually benefit from the Supreme Court ruling on sales tax

    At first blush it looked like the Supreme Court ruling in South Dakota v. Wayfair could spell trouble for Amazon.com Inc., but experts say the decision could actually provide fresh opportunities for the e-commerce giant. Amazon (AMZN) shares fell 1.1% shortly after the Thursday ruling was announced. Investors feared the ruling, which said states have the right to collect sales tax on online companies that don’t have a physical presence in the state, could hurt the company.

  • Oracle's "Nothing Burger" Causes Heartburn for Investors
    Motley Fool12 hours ago

    Oracle's "Nothing Burger" Causes Heartburn for Investors

    The decision to stop breaking down its cloud services growth raises a red flag.

  • These Analysts Are Bullish on Netflix Ahead of Earnings. Should You Follow?
    Motley Fool14 hours ago

    These Analysts Are Bullish on Netflix Ahead of Earnings. Should You Follow?

    Netflix stock has recently been on a meteoric rise and analysts are adding fuel to the fire. Does that make Netflix a buy?

  • MarketWatch16 hours ago

    Etsy and eBay sellers hold their breath over Supreme Court’s sales tax ruling

    If states act aggressively, consumers may also be paying moreWarner Bros/courtesy Everett Collection / Everett CollectionSmall online businesses are waiting to see what the Supreme Court’s ruling on online sales tax means for them. Small online businesses may bear the brunt of the Supreme Court’s recent decision to allow states to collect sales tax from online retailers, but how bad it’ll be, they don’t yet know. The high court ruling released Thursday gives states the right to collect sales tax from online vendors, even if they don’t have a physical presence in that state, overturning a pre-internet court ruling called Quill that exempted online merchants from those collection duties.

  • MarketWatch16 hours ago

    Audiobooks found to elicit a greater emotional response than movies or television

    Science proves the book is in fact better than the movie.MarketWatch photo illustration/iStockphotoThanks to science, the narrative superiority of words over motion picture can now be quantified. Thanks to science, the narrative superiority of words over motion picture can now be quantified. Psychologists at University College in London found that Jane Austen, George R. R. Martin, and Arthur Conan Doyle exerted a greater tug on people’s heart strings in book form than in the television of movie adaptations of the works.

  • Financial Times16 hours ago

    [$$] Amazon and Walmart bet big on Indian grocery delivery

    It is a sweltering Monday afternoon just outside New Delhi, and workers at Grofers’ 40,000 sq ft grocery warehouse are racing to beat the clock. The vans need to be on the road from the warehouse in suburban Manesar well before New Delhi’s notorious rush hour kicks in at 6pm.

  • Financial Times18 hours ago

    [$$] Amazon’s scale in Japan challenges rivals and regulators

    Two decades ago, Jeff Bezos knew little about how the Japanese market operated when he launched Amazon in the country in 2000. But the founder of Amazon , who is a fan of Toyota’s manufacturing processes, ...

  • Is It Finally Safe to Buy The Kroger Co. Stock?
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Is It Finally Safe to Buy The Kroger Co. Stock?

    Will Kroger’s turnaround efforts help it counter Amazon and Walmart?

  • Will Microsoft Help Retailers Counter Amazon Go?
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Will Microsoft Help Retailers Counter Amazon Go?

    The tech giant’s cashierless system could help traditional brick-and-mortar retailers.

  • InvestorPlaceyesterday

    For Most Online Retailers, the Online Sales Tax Decision Is a Non-Story

    The individual states that make up this nation can now insist that ecommerce companies like Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Wayfair (NYSE:W) and Overstock.com (NASDAQ:OSTK) collect and remit online sales tax for  goods sold to those states’ residents. The U.S. Supreme Court made the online sales tax decision on Thursday, overturning a rule that had been in place since 1992. Each state will decide for itself if it wants to pursue the matter, but with a total of more than $13 billion and maybe as much as $33 billion worth of online sales tax revenue up for grabs, most states likely will.

  • InvestorPlaceyesterday

    The Failure of Amazon Fresh Eventually Will Haunt Amazon Stock

    Later this summer, Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) will celebrate the one-year anniversary owning Whole Foods. Amazon Fresh got its start in Seattle 11 years ago. You would think the later would benefit significantly from the former, and yet Amazon Fresh is struggling to deliver the goods.

  • CNBCyesterday

    How the Supreme Court may have made Web shopping pricier for just about everyone but Amazon

    The Supreme Court ruled this week that states can force online retailers to charge sales tax. Larger online retailer, such as Amazon, may actually benefit, Jan Kniffen said. This week, the Supreme Court ruled states can now force all online retailers to collect sales tax from consumers.

  • CNBCyesterday

    How to choose between an Amazon Echo, a Google Home and an Apple HomePod

    Smart speakers with assistants like the Amazon Echo, Google Home and Apple HomePod can be a lot of fun. CNBC lays out the pros and cons of the Echo, Home and HomePod so you can decide which one to buy. Smart speakers with built-in voice assistants like the Amazon AMZN Echo, Google GOOGL Home and Apple AAPL HomePod can be a lot of fun.

  • Home Depot's $1.2 Billion Investment to Amazon-Proof Its Business
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Home Depot's $1.2 Billion Investment to Amazon-Proof Its Business

    The home improvement retailer has thrived in recent years. But, far from resting, it has doubled down on building out its already impressive logistics infrastructure.

  • Is Competition Heating Up in the AI Chip Market?
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Is Competition Heating Up in the AI Chip Market?

    NVIDIA has been the clearest beneficiary of the advent of AI. Is the tide finally turning?

  • What You Must Know About Amazoncom Inc’s (NASDAQ:AMZN) Financial Strength
    Simply Wall St.yesterday

    What You Must Know About Amazoncom Inc’s (NASDAQ:AMZN) Financial Strength

    Investors seeking to preserve capital in a volatile environment might consider large-cap stocks such as Amazoncom Inc (NASDAQ:AMZN) a safer option. One reason being its ‘too big to fail’ auraRead More...

  • Xiaomi seeks to raise up to $6 billion in Hong Kong IPO
    Associated Pressyesterday

    Xiaomi seeks to raise up to $6 billion in Hong Kong IPO

    Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp. plans to raise up to $6 billion in one of the biggest global stock market debuts in recent years as it tries to become a worldwide hardware-and-services brand alongside Apple, Google and Amazon. The initial public offering in Hong Kong would value the Beijing-based company at as much as $70.3 billion, according to details released Saturday. Xiaomi will raise less than the $10 billion industry observers had expected, which would have valued the company at $100 billion.

  • InvestorPlaceyesterday

    The Supreme Court Sales Tax Ruling Won’t Hurt Amazon Stock

    Some people were sweating the Supreme Court decision on whether and how Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) should collect sales tax, but the decision won’t hurt Amazon stock in the long run. The red-hot digital retail sector got slammed after the Supreme Court overturned a 1992 interstate commerce precedent and ruled, 5-4, that states have the legal right to collect sales taxes from digital retailers, regardless of whether or not the retailer has a physical presence in their state. Previously, digital retailers weren’t legally required to collect sales taxes in states in which they didn’t have a physical presence.

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    Amazon, Microsoft and Google Face Backlash over ICE, Military Deals

    Jeff Bezos was the latest tech chief to receive a blistering protest letter from employees, urging the company to end controversial government contracts. In Amazon's case, the focus of the letter was Rekognition, a facial-recognition system built on AWS, Amazon's cloud service. After a report from the ACLU revealed that Amazon is shipping the tech to police departments, a number of 'Amazonians' circulated a letter demanding that Bezos pull law enforcement contracts and increase transparency around the company's participation in building surveillance systems.