1,535.94 +18.08 (1.19%)
Pre-Market: 5:05AM EDT
|Bid||1,532.36 x 100|
|Ask||1,536.60 x 100|
|Day's Range||1,503.41 - 1,548.00|
|52 Week Range||903.00 - 1,617.54|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||246.81|
|Earnings Date||Apr 26, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||1,675.20|
Amazon hasn't obtained pharamcy licenses to sell pills.
Monday, April 23: Macron coming for Trump’s first official state visit; Tencent Music wants to IPO in 2018 in US; more than 170 companies report earnings this week including Alphabet, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Starbucks, GM. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts runs through it all.
On the heels of a market friendly tax cut, record corporate earnings and a chorus of talking heads including yours truly predicting another year of rising stock prices, only one thing is missing. Every bull market has its wall of worry and this year is no different. The usual market killing suspects are all doing their best to keep investors off balance.
Investors and financial advisers alike blithely assume that companies slip easily into various industry and sector indexes to which myriad funds and ETFs are benchmarked. Facebook and Amazon are among a number of well-known companies moving from one sector to another after two big index providers — S&P Dow Jones and MSCI — announced changes to their methodology for the Global Industry Classification Standards. Facebook, for example, is being reclassified from Information Technology to Communication Services, which is the new name for what used to be called Telecommunication Services.
Tuesday 08.15 BST “For now, oil prices are still relatively low, but history suggests we keep a close eye on them,” says Joseph LaVorgna, chief economist of the Americas at Natixis. “Rising energy prices ...
Elsewhere on Tuesday, -- Amazon's patina of transparency -- Perpetual poshness in journalism -- The magician of Manhattan -- Fiscal responsibility is irresponsible -- (Painfully wonkish ) -- Tesla credit-default ...
FT subscribers can click here to receive FirstFT every day by email. Alphabet, Google’s parent, kicked off a big week for tech company earnings and tech news more broadly. The latest quarterly earnings ...
Alibaba is "fighting actively against fakes," which is something "Amazon is not doing," says Swatch Group CEO Nick Hayek.
—Amazon and Whole Foods Market today launched free two-hour delivery of natural and organic products from Whole Foods Market through Prime Now in Denver, Sacramento and San Diego.
Beginning Tuesday, Amazon Prime members in the Sacramento area can have products from Whole Foods Market Inc. delivered in as soon as an hour.
In the U.S. government’s lawsuit to block the merger of AT&T with Time Warner, the two companies say the deal needs to be approved for them to survive an onslaught from big tech. Yet, the imminent doom ...
Glenview Capital Management Chief Executive Larry Robbins said on Monday at the Sohn Investment Conference in New York that he still likes a trio of stocks he already owns, citing CVS Health Corp (CVS.N), McKesson Corp (MCK.N) and Express Scripts Holdings (ESRX.O). Amazon has not made significant hires in the pharmacy business and does not have the licenses needed to enter the business, Robbins said. Amazon's entry into the business of selling medications, is "neither imminent, assured, nor likely to succeed," he said.
Google emphatically put to rest any concerns that its mobile search and YouTube ad momentum was about to meaningfully slow. Paid ad clicks on Google's own sites and apps (they include video ad views that technically aren't "clicks") rose 59% annually, outpacing Q4's 48% growth. This more than offset a 19% drop in cost per click (slightly worse than Q4's 16% drop), the result of mobile search and YouTube ad prices being lower on average than PC search ad prices.
Huge spending on content, ambitious rivals, marketing costs that will have to rise, and, of course, the fact that people are fickle all come to mind.
The U.S. Postal Service actually loves the e-commerce titan, and it pays more taxes than it has to. But maybe that won’t matter.
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman reports on Amazon's secret plan to build domestic a robot. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
Apr.23 -- Bloomberg's Mark Gurman reports on Amazon's secret plan to build domestic a robot. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."