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EBay's total operating expenses rose 16.1 percent to $1.44 billion in the first quarter. "We are actively investing to build our product and capabilities related to intermediated payments and improving the customer experience," CFO Scott Schenkel said on a post-earnings call. EBay said it expects net revenue for the second quarter to be between $2.64 billion and $2.68 billion.
EBay (EBAY) just released its first quarter financial results, posting adjusted earnings of $0.53 per share and revenues of $2.58 billion.
EBay reported first-quarter results late Wednesday that fell short of consensus revenue estimates, and the stock fell in late trading.
EBay Inc. gave a disappointing forecast for revenue growth in the second quarter, taking the shine off Chief Executive Officer Devin Wenig’s turnaround strategy. Investors are carefully watching EBay’s sales to determine if it can remain relevant in an e-commerce market dominated by Amazon.com Inc. Adding to the pressure are brick-and-mortar retailers like Walmart Inc. that are enhancing their own digital-shopping options. EBay is differentiating itself by offering merchants a platform with 171 million shoppers from around the world at a time when brands are seeing sales in stores shrink and have reasons to be wary of Amazon.
EBay Inc. gave a weak outlook for revenue growth in the current quarter, taking the shine off Chief Executive Officer Devin Wenig’s turn-around strategy.
The San Jose, California-based company said it had profit of 40 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were 53 cents per share. The results met Wall Street expectations. The ...
Shares of eBay Inc. sank 2.9% in after-hours trade Wednesday, after the online marketplace reported and in-line profit and revenue that came up a bit shy, and provided a somewhat downbeat outlook. Net ...
EBay Inc reported a 60.7 percent drop in first-quarter profit on Wednesday, as it spent more on its ecommerce platforms to attract more customers. The company's net income fell to $407 million, or 40 cents ...
Stocks opened slightly lower on Wednesday even as big-name companies continue to perform well during quarterly earnings season. This means that investors need to be even more selective and only consider buying stocks that are expected to outperform expectations.
This statement is particularly true for technology names, and PayPal Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:PYPL) is finding this out the hard way. The day before its first quarter 2018 earnings report, PYPL stock slipped more than 4%. Two weeks ago, I warned readers that PayPal stock was due for a correction, or at least a corrective phase.
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eBay, which is slated to report earnings later Wednesday, is expected to post higher revenue in its latest quarter and executives may touch on the U.S.-China trade spat.
PayPal Holdings Inc. has “no aspirations to be a bank,” Chief Operating Officer Bill Ready says, but the company sees room to offer banklike products to customers who don’t have a nearby branch. In recent weeks, PayPal (PYPL) has taken steps to expand its offerings for those without traditional bank accounts. Users can now deposit money directly into their PayPal accounts or onto a new, FDIC-insured prepaid debit card.
A surprise announcement by eBay last quarter got all the attention, but it's the growth in PayPal's payments business that investors should watch.
EBay reports first-quarter earnings late Wednesday, which follows a big upgrade by Morgan Stanley last week that sent shares up 3%.
PayPal is slated to report first quarter earnings late Wednesday with analysts looking for upside that can offset lingering worries over former parent eBay phasing out its relationship with PayPal.
Social media platforms Facebook and Twitter report quarterly earnings on Wednesday. So do Boeing, eBay, PayPal, Visa and Ford.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday it is cracking down on sales of e-cigarettes, specifically Juul products, to minors, and has already uncovered 40 violations. Juul products come in a slim, USB-chargeable e-cigarette form with flavors that include "crème brulée" and "cool cucumber" that have made them popular with young people, many of whom do not realize they contain nicotine, as MarketWatch has reported. The FDA said it will hold retailers accountable for continued violations.
EBAY never broke the $34 level and the uptrend continued. In this updated daily bar chart of, below, we can see that EBAY made a March-April correction. Prices pulled back to retest previous resistance in the $39-$38 area but notice how the daily On-Balance-Volume (OBV) line dipped and has moved up to a new high.
The Food and Drug Administration is asking the company behind Juul for information on how its e-cigarettes appeal to kids and teens, opening the door to future possible enforcement actions.