AMZN.MX - Amazon.com, Inc.

Mexico - Mexico Delayed Price. Currency in MXN
27,485.00
-1,196.34 (-4.17%)
At close: 2:50PM CDT
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Previous Close28,681.34
Open28,850.00
Bid27,208.00 x 200000
Ask28,100.00 x 200000
Day's Range27,340.00 - 28,850.00
52 Week Range16,650.00 - 30,000.00
Volume1,712
Avg. Volume2,759
Market Cap13.27T
Beta1.62
PE Ratio (TTM)4,469.11
EPS (TTM)6.15
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Amazon in-car delivery
    Yahoo Finance Video16 minutes ago

    Amazon in-car delivery

    Porch Pirates grabbing your stuff? If you've had problems with thieves stealing packages delivered to your doorstep-or if you're uncomfortable with a delivery person having access to your home- Amazon has the answer with its in-car delivery service... The in-car delivery service is an expansion to the Amazon Key app that has in-home delivery and keyless guest access. It's available for free to Amazon Prime members who own certain newer GM and Volvo models in 37 cities with more coming as the rollout continues...

  • Google Earnings Raise Questions On Amazon.com Rivalry, Spending
    Investor's Business Daily17 minutes ago

    Google Earnings Raise Questions On Amazon.com Rivalry, Spending

    Google-parent Alphabet's first-quarter capital spending soared amid the growing Amazon.com rivalry as the internet search giant spent heavily on YouTube and video content, cloud computing, smart home consumer appliances, and artificial intelligence projects.

  • TheStreet.com38 minutes ago

    Markets Are Finally Oversold

    The price action is not inspiring confidence in buyers. It is important to understand that the news flow is driven more by the price action than the other way around. rolled over and took out its 50-day simple moving average, sell stops were triggered and it was dumped because of the poor price action.

  • Barrons.com42 minutes ago

    Retail Roundup: Amazon & Alibaba Twinning; Auto-Parts Retailers Holding It Together

    Today, we know the two companies as major players in the retail and cloud-computing spaces, but they actually started in very different places, growing more alike over the years, says Mike Lippert, portfolio manager at Baron Capital. Amazon began as a more-traditional retailer, owning inventory and distribution, while Alibaba was relatively asset-light, operating akin to a marketplace such as eBay (EBAY). Now, Amazon and Alibaba have seen their businesses evolve into forms much closer to each other, says Lippert.

  • Reuters1 hour ago

    Protesters greet Amazon's Jeff Bezos in Germany

    Hundreds of Amazon workers blew whistles and banged drums on Tuesday to protest against the presentation of a German award to Jeff Bezos, the ecommerce firm's chief executive. Police estimated that about 450 members of trade union Verdi gathered outside the headquarters of the media company Axel Springer, where Bezos was to receive an award at a glitzy ceremony attended by German politicians and celebrities. "We have an Amazon boss who wants to Americanise work relationships and take us back to the 19th century," Verdi leader Frank Bsirske told the crowd of Amazon workers, some carrying placards reading "Make Amazon pay".

  • Alphabet Stock Fell despite Better-than-Expected 1Q18 Earnings
    Market Realist1 hour ago

    Alphabet Stock Fell despite Better-than-Expected 1Q18 Earnings

    The Google parent delivered better-than-expected earnings as well as revenues. The stock jumped more than 2% in extended trading, though it closed down 0.51% at $1,067.45 yesterday. The better-than-expected results came as the company focuses on growing its business and consistently delivering higher revenues, backed by strong growth in advertising sales on Google search and YouTube.

  • Walmart Continues Grocery Delivery Rollout In Amazon Food Fight
    Investor's Business Daily1 hour ago

    Walmart Continues Grocery Delivery Rollout In Amazon Food Fight

    Walmart expanded fresh produce delivery to Atlanta, teaming up with DoorDash as it moves to reach 40% of households by year-end in its heated battle with Amazon.

  • Reuters1 hour ago

    Amazon boss Bezos supports scrutiny of big companies

    Amazon (AMZN.O) Chief Executive Jeff Bezos said on Tuesday that it was right that big companies are scrutinised and said his firm would respond to any new regulations by finding new ways to please its customers. Bezos was speaking in Berlin, where he received an award from German media company Axel Springer (SPRGn.DE), and was responding to a question about how seriously he took recent criticism of Amazon by U.S. President Donald Trump. "All large institutions should be scrutinised or examined," Bezos said.

  • Reuters1 hour ago

    Amazon boss Bezos supports scrutiny of big companies

    Amazon (AMZN.O) Chief Executive Jeff Bezos said on Tuesday that it was right that big companies are scrutinised and said his firm would respond to any new regulations by finding new ways to please its customers. Bezos was speaking in Berlin, where he received an award from German media company Axel Springer (SPRGn.DE), and was responding to a question about how seriously he took recent criticism of Amazon by U.S. President Donald Trump. "All large institutions should be scrutinised or examined," Bezos said.

  • Amazon adds in-car delivery option in Chicago
    American City Business Journals1 hour ago

    Amazon adds in-car delivery option in Chicago

    With package theft on the rise, Amazon is coming up with a range of ways to protect customers' orders.

  • Forbes1 hour ago

    Don't Let Your Industry, Job Or Company Get Amazon-ed

    Founder Jeff Bezos originally wanted to name the company Cadabra, as in “abracadabra”, the magician’s mantra when they make items disappear. From the humble beginning of trying to shake-up the bookselling business, Bezos’ Amazon has always had its’ eye on other industries, despite critics who doubted the business model of an online book seller. As Amazon has shifted dramatically into other industries, it has become the third most valuable publicly-traded company in the world.

  • Forbes2 hours ago

    The Hissy Fit In Tech: Right Or Wrong?

    The analysts’ consensus for Apple on my Bloomberg shows 29 buys, 16 holds, no sells. General Electric, decades ago the biggest market capitalization in the S&P 500 just ran out of accounting mufti pufti and fights to stay above a single digit cast off. If Apple has run out of gas and Facebook needs shaking up, who is to say how technology is valued by the Street?

  • Why Amazon Wants to Deliver Packages to Your Car
    Motley Fool2 hours ago

    Why Amazon Wants to Deliver Packages to Your Car

    Amazon is teaming up with GM and Volvo to offer something new: in-car package delivery.

  • Barrons.com2 hours ago

    [$$] More From Sohn: Bill Gurley on Amazon, Tesla, 'Peak Cars'

    You can learn a lot about the companies that are shaping our lives, and the trends that will rock our world, simply by listening in. The audience at yesterday’s Sohn Investment Conference in New York got that opportunity when Chamath Palihapitiya, founder and CEO of venture-capital firm Social Capital, interviewed Bill Gurley, a long-time partner at Benchmark, on the Sohn stage. Benchmark has backed Uber, GrubHub (GRUB), Zillow.com (Z), Stitch Fix (SFIX), and other notable start-ups.

  • InvestorPlace2 hours ago

    Alphabet Inc (GOOGL) Spending Big on Nest to Combat Amazon in Smart Home

    Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) are a pair of tech giants with very different core businesses, that increasingly find themselves going head-to-head. This is a rapidly growing market with the potential to boost hardware revenue and reduce GOOGL stock reliance on ad sales. In Alphabet’s quarterly earnings report, we got a close look at what that battle is costing the company in terms of Nest, its smart home division.

  • Amazon boss Bezos supports scrutiny of big companies
    Reuters2 hours ago

    Amazon boss Bezos supports scrutiny of big companies

    Amazon Chief Executive Jeff Bezos said on Tuesday that it was right that big companies are scrutinised and said his firm would respond to any new regulations by finding new ways to please its customers. Bezos was speaking in Berlin, where he received an award from German media company Axel Springer, and was responding to a question about how seriously he took recent criticism of Amazon by U.S. President Donald Trump. "All large institutions should be scrutinised or examined," Bezos said.

  • Amazon Car Trunk Delivery: What You Should Know
    InvestorPlace2 hours ago

    Amazon Car Trunk Delivery: What You Should Know

    The move is an extension of the company’s Amazon Key in-home delivery that launched in October, which allows Amazon workers to open your front door and leave the package inside your house. It will only be available in the 37 U.S. cities where Amazon Key is available and will only work for newer cars from GM and Volvo for the time being. Workers delivering packages use an app to open your car trunk after you program it to do so, ensuring that your item is stowed away when you’re away from your home.