28.49 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 4:20PM EDT
|Bid||28.40 x 800|
|Ask||28.72 x 3000|
|Day's Range||28.09 - 28.91|
|52 Week Range||28.09 - 46.99|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.45|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Oct 30, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||43.49|
With eBay Instant Selling, as the service is called, consumers can list their device info, add images, then receive an instant voucher that can be used towards the purchase of a new device from eBay. It says that standard programs tend to offer 40 to 50 percent off the average market selling price, but eBay will provide up to 40% higher than trade-in values, on average. In November, eBay will add T-Mobile, Sprint and Google Pixel and select LG products to that list, it says.
If that's not a dealbreaker (and you buy stuff from eBay regularly anyway), you might be able to get more for your device than what some trade-in programs offer. You'll get the voucher as soon as soon as you decide to agree with the price eBay quotes, and you'll also get a shipping label you can print to be able to send in your phone.
reported late last week that payment volumes associated with the eBay Marketplace business grew by only 3% year over year during the third quarter. Because PayPal is believed to still handle the vast majority of transactions on eBay, analysts took the disclosure as a bad sign for the auction and e-commerce site’s own third-quarter results, due next week. Stifel Nicolaus and Bank of America Merrill Lynch have since downgraded eBay to neutral ratings, citing PayPal’s report.
Some analysts are sounding bearish notes ahead of eBay’s announcement of third-quarter financial results, scheduled for next week.
The bullish case for eBay Inc (NASDAQ: EBAY ) can no longer be justified amid the company's underperformance versus the broader e-commerce industry, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch. The Analyst ...
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Payment company PayPal (PYPL), which spun off from eBay (EBAY) in 2015, delivered 14.0% revenue growth to $3.68 billion in the third quarter. This growth topped analysts’ estimates of $3.66 billion. However, this growth could have reached 21.0% if the company had not sold PayPal’s US consumer credit portfolio to Synchrony Financial (SYF) in July.
The recent pullback has meant that eBay has fallen 24% in 2018. During its earnings call, PayPal (PYPL) reported a slowdown in merchandise volume at eBay, which led to a downgrade in stock ratings for the company. According to PayPal, eBay’s TPV (total payment volume) rose 3% YoY (year-over-year) in the third quarter compared to a 6% rise in the prior two quarters of 2018.
EBay Inc. said Monday that it has launched a program, eBay Instant Selling, to help consumers sell used, unwanted smartphones. Users will get paid instantly with an eBay voucher once the phone is listed. An eBay study showed that 40% of Americans have two or more smartphones that they no longer use, but 61% have never sold or traded a smartphone. EBay also says it provides a higher return than trade-in values, for instance offering up to $639 for an iPhone X while AT&T Inc. offers $550. EBay shares are up 0.3% in Monday premarket trading, but down nearly 24% for the year to date. The S&P 500 index has gained 3.5% for 2018 so far.
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SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- For consumers looking for the quickest and easiest way to sell their unwanted smartphones with instant gratification, eBay has announced the launch of eBay Instant Selling. Standard smartphone trade-in providers typically offer 40 to 50 percent off the average market selling price, while eBay provides a higher return – up to 40% higher than trade-in values, on average1. A recent study2 commissioned by eBay found that while a majority of Americans (61%) have never sold or traded in a smartphone they no longer use, 2 in 5 (40%) have two or more unused smartphones currently in their home.