AMZN - Amazon.com, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
1,608.24
+5.17 (+0.32%)
As of 3:09PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close1,603.07
Open1,603.00
Bid1,608.64 x 900
Ask1,608.82 x 1100
Day's Range1,600.45 - 1,614.06
52 Week Range927.00 - 1,638.10
Volume2,155,058
Avg. Volume5,293,319
Market Cap780.364B
Beta1.71
PE Ratio (TTM)261.50
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 Alexa mistakingly sends recorded conversation
    Yahoo Finance Video2 hours ago

    Amazon Alexa mistakingly sends recorded conversation

    Amazon's Alexa may be spying on you. According to a report from a Seattle TV station, an Amazon Echo secretly recorded a user's conversation and sent it to a contact. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Jennifer Rogers, Dan Howley and BBG Ventures' Susan Lyne

  • Investopedia19 minutes ago

    Best Buy Sell-Off Makes Loop Capital Even More Bullish

    Best Buy Co. Inc.’s ( BBY) stock has been under pressure in recent days despite posting first-quarter results that surpassed Wall Street earnings as worries about decelerating growth in e-commerce sales weighing on investors. The Wall Street firm’s Anthony Chukumba is urging investors to build their position in the stock in the wake of the weakness. The analyst told The Wall Street Journal that the decline in online sales was “much ado about nothing,” and that he is now more bullish on the stock since the earnings report.

  • Amazon Is Losing Market Share in the Smart Speaker Market
    Market Realist22 minutes ago

    Amazon Is Losing Market Share in the Smart Speaker Market

    While Amazon (AMZN) is a pioneer in the smart speaker market, it seems to be losing market share in the space. A recent report by Strategy Analytics suggests that Amazon sold 4 million smart speakers in the first quarter and had a 43.6% market share, compared with an 81.8% market share in Q1 2017.

  • Is Walmart Paying Too Much for Its E-Commerce Crown in India?
    Motley Fool35 minutes ago

    Is Walmart Paying Too Much for Its E-Commerce Crown in India?

    Flipkart's $21 billion valuation hasn't gone down well with all Walmart investors.

  • The Wall Street Journal1 hour ago

    [$$] Alexa, Just How Secure Are You?

    You may think of your virtual assistant as a kind of trusty companion, giving out weather forecasts, recipes, news and all sorts of ephemera on request. Amazon, confirming a report by a local television station in Seattle, said the device misunderstood pieces of a conversation as commands. While there’s no way to ensure that such devices as Amazon’s Alexa or Google’s Home are completely safe, there are steps that can help protect your privacy.

  • Motley Fool2 hours ago

    Malls May Still Be in Trouble, but the Suffering Is Not Spread Evenly

    Macy’s, Nordstrom, and J.C. Penney just reported earnings, and the results show it’s still possible for some department stores to succeed.

  • 7 Triple-A Stocks to Buy for the Summer
    InvestorPlace2 hours ago

    7 Triple-A Stocks to Buy for the Summer

    As the Federal Reserve recently observed, the economy is continuing to expand. Granted, not all small and mid-caps will benefit from growth, but it you find some that have what it takes — expanding sales growth, growing earnings, strong momentum — they have all the makings of top-notch growth stocks. Granted, there are still big stocks with plenty of growth potential that missed my list — Amazon.com Inc (NASDAQ: AMZN) and NVIDIA Corp (NASDAQ: NVDA), for example.

  • Amazon Confirms Echo Smart Speaker Recorded, Sent Private Conversation
    Investor's Business Daily2 hours ago

    Amazon Confirms Echo Smart Speaker Recorded, Sent Private Conversation

    Amazon confirmed an Echo smart-speaker device recorded a couple's private conversation in their home and sent it to someone in their contact list without their knowledge.

  • Amazon moves 130-person delivery driver support unit from Seattle to Phoenix
    American City Business Journals3 hours ago

    Amazon moves 130-person delivery driver support unit from Seattle to Phoenix

    Amazon said the unit's relocation is not related to Seattle's head tax on large employers to fund homelessness services and affordable housing. The team set the routes for independent contractors who deliver groceries and Prime Now orders. Amazon has a similar center in Orlando, Florida.

  • TheStreet.com3 hours ago

    There Isn't Anything Wrong With the Overall Market Action

    The most important thing to keep in mind right now is that there isn't anything wrong with the overall market action. It is holding key levels very well and the relative strength in small caps is very impressive.

  • InvestorPlace3 hours ago

    Why the Dow Jones May Struggle to Stay Above Water

    After a choppy year, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is just barely positive. The DJIA, as of Tuesday’s close, has risen 0.47% so far this year.

  • Forbes3 hours ago

    Bitcoin Price Charts Reveal Trend And Support Levels

    The bitcoin price peaked in December, 2017 after an amazing, almost straight-up run for months. You can see how the price can't quite make it back above the Ichimoku cloud -- that's the technical analysis indicator derived from a comparison of the 9-day highs and lows and the 26-day highs and lows.  It's one way chart readers analyze moving average dynamics.

  • Investopedia3 hours ago

    Charles Schwab: Consumer Staples Sell-Off Overdone

    Consumer staples stocks have been one of the worst performing sectors among the S&P 500 industries for more than a year now, but that sell-off in the makers of everything from ketchup to sunblock may be overdone, at least according to Brad Sorensen, head of market and sector analysis for Charles Schwab's Schwab Center for Financial Research. In a recent blog post, the analyst at The Charles Schwab Corporation ( SCHW) said that, while stocks in the sector have been getting beaten up over competition and concerns that rising costs could hurt margins, fears may be unwarranted. After all, when it comes to the retail sector, the one competitor that everyone is worried about is Amazon.com, Inc. ( AMZN).

  • Forbes4 hours ago

    Massive Reversal: Google Home Sales Explode 483% To Beat Amazon Echo For Smart Speaker Crown

    In the first quarter of 2017, Amazon owned almost 80% of the smart speaker market, while Google sipped up just 19.3%. "Google took the top spot, beating Amazon for the first time, shipping 3.2 million of its Google Home and Home Mini devices, against the 2.5 million Echo devices shipped by Amazon," says Canalys in a new report. Dipping market share is not unusual when a market matures.

  • Barrons.com4 hours ago

    Odds & Ends: Amazon's AI Scare, Encrypted Phones, A 'Lost'-Inspired Startup

    While Amazon.com (AMZN) was being blistered by civil-rights groups for selling facial-recognition tools to law enforcement officials in Orlando, Fla., and Oregon, Intel (INTC) hosted a developers conference on artificial intelligence that underscored its growth. Amazon says it has made clear to clients they must "comply with the law and be responsible when they use AWS services," Amazon spokeswoman said Nina Lindsey said, referring to Amazon Web Services, the company’s cloud software division that houses the facial-recognition program.

  • Amazon Map Tracker Now Lets You Follow Your Package From Delivery to Doorstep
    Fortune4 hours ago

    Amazon Map Tracker Now Lets You Follow Your Package From Delivery to Doorstep

    The feature launched late last year to only some users.

  • InvestorPlace4 hours ago

    3 Reasons Micron Technology, Inc. Stock Still Has More Room to Grow

    Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:MU) stock has gotten out of its funk and in a big way. The price action on Micron stock looks more like that of a red-hot IPO, not a 40+ year old memory chip manufacturer. Then again, Micron stock has been subject to wide swings over the years.

  • Investopedia4 hours ago

    Google Home Outselling Amazon’s Echo

    In the three-month period ended March, Mountain View, California-based Google shipped 3.2 million Home and Home Mini devices, exceeding the 2.5 million Echos that the Seattle-based retail and cloud behemoth sent out over the same period. As demand for smart speakers booms, the market has become increasingly crowded by cash-laden tech giants such as Amazon, Alphabet and Apple Inc. ( AAPL), who have doubled down on buying up a growing number of smaller smart home gadget makers.

  • Reality Sets In for Big-Box Retailers After Amazon Awakening
    Bloomberg4 hours ago

    Reality Sets In for Big-Box Retailers After Amazon Awakening

    With Amazon now gobbling up more than 40 percent of all online spending in the U.S., that’s left traditional retailers scrambling for the rest. Walmart Inc., Target Corp. and Best Buy Co. have all made big investments in recent years in e-commerce -- sprucing up websites, offering more delivery options and making acquisitions like Walmart’s $16 billion deal for India’s Flipkart.

  • Google’s Moves Could Temper Spotify’s Goals
    Market Realist4 hours ago

    Google’s Moves Could Temper Spotify’s Goals

    Spotify’s (SPOT) first-quarter report as a public company was underwhelming, and its guidance for the current quarter disappointed. Spotify could have a much harder time meeting its goals for the current quarter, given Google’s (GOOGL) recent move of a revamped streaming music service. Google is launching YouTube Music to take on Spotify, Apple, Amazon (AMZN), and Pandora (P) in the multibillion-dollar online music service market.

  • InvestorPlace4 hours ago

    Going Big at the Middle Class Actually Hurts Kroger Co Stock

    Kroger Co. (NYSE:KR) made its second move in a week into the home shopping future, buying Home Chef for an initial $200 million. It was the kind of news that should have moved Kroger stock one way or the other. The price could rise another $500 million with incentives built into the deal and follows Kroger’s deal last week with Ocado, a British company that builds automated home delivery warehouses.

  • Amazon's Alexa sends conversation by accident
    CNBC Videos1 hour ago

    Amazon's Alexa sends conversation by accident

    CNBC's Aditi Roy discusses what happened when Alexa recorded a family's conversation and sent it to someone else.

  • Alexa recording mistake is one-in-a-million but does beg ...
    CNBC Videos4 hours ago

    Alexa recording mistake is one-in-a-million but does beg ...

    Gene Munster, Loup Ventures managing partner, and Stephanie Mehta, Fast Company editor-in-chief, discuss the privacy concerns around personal digital assistants following the news that one family had Amazon's Alexa record and send a private conversatio...