AMZN - Amazon.com, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
1,610.15
+7.08 (+0.44%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close1,603.07
Open1,603.00
Bid1,609.00 x 900
Ask1,609.99 x 1100
Day's Range1,600.45 - 1,614.06
52 Week Range927.00 - 1,638.10
Volume2,483,960
Avg. Volume5,294,179
Market Cap781.288B
Beta1.71
PE Ratio (TTM)261.81
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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  • Barrons.com3 hours ago

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  • The Wall Street Journal3 hours ago

    Netflix Is Now as Big as Disney

    The milestone for Netflix is the latest sign that investors remain faithful to the handful of technology and internet firms that have powered the broader market in the past few years.

  • Motley Fool7 hours ago

    Listener Question: How Overvalued Is Too Overvalued?

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  • Motley Fool9 hours ago

    Big News for the Future of Commercial Drones

    The FAA just approved a swath of projects to explore the potential of commercial drones, and the data they produce will be invaluable to the nascent industry.

  • PepsiCo buys S.F.-based Bare Foods as food giants shop Bay Area for innovation
    American City Business Journals9 hours ago

    PepsiCo buys S.F.-based Bare Foods as food giants shop Bay Area for innovation

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  • MarketWatch10 hours ago

    The future of shopping will include body mapping, robot assistants and ‘just walk out’ stores

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  • TheStreet.com10 hours ago

    Google's Search Empire Remains in Very Good Shape as GDPR Arrives

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  • CNBC10 hours ago

    Foot Locker knows cool sneakers, and that's why stocks are rallying: Analyst

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  • Here’s How Amazon Is Establishing Its Dominance in e-Commerce
    Market Realist10 hours ago

    Here’s How Amazon Is Establishing Its Dominance in e-Commerce

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  • Here's How Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. Boosted Q4 Earnings Despite Lower Sales
    Motley Fool11 hours ago

    Here's How Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. Boosted Q4 Earnings Despite Lower Sales

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  • Google Is Suddenly a Dominant Force in Smart Speakers
    Motley Fool11 hours ago

    Google Is Suddenly a Dominant Force in Smart Speakers

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  • Investopedia12 hours ago

    Best Buy Sell-Off Makes Loop Capital Even More Bullish

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  • Amazon Alexa mistakingly sends recorded conversation
    Yahoo Finance Video13 hours ago

    Amazon Alexa mistakingly sends recorded conversation

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  • Amazon's Alexa Raises Concerns Over Tech and Surveillance
    Bloomberg Video8 hours ago

    Amazon's Alexa Raises Concerns Over Tech and Surveillance

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