AMZN - Amazon.com, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
1,604.29
+2.43 (+0.15%)
As of 12:23PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close1,601.86
Open1,598.03
Bid1,598.64 x 800
Ask1,598.99 x 4000
Day's Range1,588.44 - 1,604.69
52 Week Range927.00 - 1,638.10
Volume1,757,266
Avg. Volume5,324,246
Market Cap778.445B
Beta1.71
PE Ratio (TTM)260.86
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Amazon, Starbucks work to repeal Seattle tax
    Yahoo Finance Video13 minutes ago

    Amazon, Starbucks work to repeal Seattle tax

    Amazon, Starbucks, and Kroger are among the companies who have donated at least $25K toward an effort to repeal Seattle's newly passed tax on large employers. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer, and Julia La Roche discuss if they can make it happen.

  • Investopedia1 hour ago

    Druckenmiller, Soros Diverged in Q1 Choices: 13F

    When George Soros famously shorted the British pound in 1992, managing to earn $10 billion in the process, he did so with the assistance of Stanley Druckenmiller. Druckenmiller, also a billionaire, like his former mentor, founded Duquesne Capital in 1981 and converted his fund into a family office in 2010.

  • InvestorPlace1 hour ago

    As the Scandal Fades, Facebook, Inc. Stock Still Is Bulletproof

    The Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) “scandal” is officially in the rear view mirror, at least according to Wall Street. Facebook stock, which fell 20% in March when the company came under political attack for its role in the 2016 elections, is back to pre-crisis levels, opening for trade May 23 at about $184 per share. The results reaffirmed Facebook’s status as a “Cloud Czar,” one of the five huge companies that now dominate computing and society, because they can afford to keep building so-called “hyperscale” data centers and fill them with traffic.

  • Amazon takes another chunk of Baltimore-area industrial space
    American City Business Journals2 hours ago

    Amazon takes another chunk of Baltimore-area industrial space

    Amazon.com Inc. is expanding it presence in Maryland again. No, it's not the big one, aka HQ2, the second North American headquarters where the internet retailing juggernaut will hire 50,000 workers and invest $5 billion. Montgomery County is a finalist on a list of 20.

  • Investopedia2 hours ago

    Walmart Downtrend Nearing Major Support

    Dow component Walmart Inc. ( WMT) fell to a seven-month low earlier this month after the company announced a 77% stake in India's Flipcart. A healthy uptrend surged to an all-time high in the triple digits in January 2018, driven by strong online sales growth, but the stock plunged in February after the company reported weak fourth quarter earnings and disappointing profit guidance. Fortunately for nervous shareholders, the four-month decline has now reached within five points of major support in the mid-$70s, suggesting a mid-year bounce that will test fresh resistance layers.

  • Barrons.com2 hours ago

    Amazon Flex Won't Outmuscle UPS, FedEx

    At this point, it may seem that there's no industry that Amazon.com (AMZN) can't touch, so it's not surprise that logistics are worried that the e-commerce giant could turn from friend to foe for delivery companies like United Parcel Service (UPS) and FedEx (FDX). Crowdsourcing "will remain a marginal source of capacity for the e-retail industry," as there's limited risk of "full-scare diversion" of shipping from traditional carriers to crowdsourced models, simply because of the constraints and high costs required to build efficient, flexible networks and the limitations of "right-timed" labor. Ultimately, he concludes that while crowdsourcing is probably here to stay in the e-commerce environment, it won't be as disruptive to market capacity and traditional carriers as bears expect.

  • CNBC2 hours ago

    CEO says Crowdstrike's security platform could someday attract Amazon, Google

    Crowdstrike, a cloud-based cybersecurity company, has once again made the CNBC Disruptor 50, an annual list of the top 50 companies whose innovations are changing the world. The company has been experiencing massive growth, with a near 300 percent increase in deployments worldwide in the past year. Crowdstrike's CEO George Kurtz said there is a possibility that a company such as Amazon or Google could ultimately be interested in its cloud-delivered endpoint security capability.

  • When is Amazon Prime Day 2018 and what time does it start?
    The Telegraph2 hours ago

    When is Amazon Prime Day 2018 and what time does it start?

    When is Amazon Prime Day 2018 and what time does it start?

  • Can Brick & Mortar Rise to Kroger's Online Game Challenge?
    Zacks3 hours ago

    Can Brick & Mortar Rise to Kroger's Online Game Challenge?

    The race for supremacy seems to be heating up with more players adding muscle to their e-commerce and delivery arm with more acquisitions and technological assistance.

  • EARNINGS: Best Buy stock tanks, disappointing Wall Street with Q2 guidance
    Yahoo Finance Video2 hours ago

    EARNINGS: Best Buy stock tanks, disappointing Wall Street with Q2 guidance

    Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Jared Blikre break down the latest market action after Best Buy reported first quarter earnings that beat Wall Street expectations, as well as topping analyst estimates of enterprise comparable sales. However, the retailer delivered soft EPS guidance for the second quarter.

  • A tale of two companies: Apple goes the opposite of Amazon
    Yahoo Finance Video23 hours ago

    A tale of two companies: Apple goes the opposite of Amazon

    As Amazon holds a public contest, Apple reportedly searches its new campus location in secret. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Andy Serwer and Dan Robert discuss.