|Bid||126.50 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 1300|
|Day's Range||126.20 - 137.38|
|52 Week Range||92.41 - 176.60|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.15|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Apr 30, 2018 - May 4, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||161.89|
Blue Apron (APRN) has a revolving credit agreement with a lender syndicate led by Morgan Stanley (MS). Blue Apron will also pay more in interest on the credit facility as part of the revised agreement. Overall, Blue Apron expects the revision of the credit agreement to give it more financial flexibility so it can continue investing in creating new products, marketing its business, and expanding its distribution channels.
Shopify (SHOP) possesses the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
Is Etsy’s (ETSY) seller fee hike working? This is the question Etsy’s upcoming third-quarter report is expected to answer. The company is expected to report third-quarter results on November 5.
More corporate giants are now aiming to establish themselves as extraterrestrial enterprises, as U.S. progresses toward less expensive access to space.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 17, 2018 / U.S. equities closed higher on Tuesday, driven by upbeat corporate earnings and strong economic data. According to the Federal Reserve, U.S. industrial production ...
Toward the end of September, Amazon (AMZN) opened a new store called Amazon 4-star in a New York City neighborhood. The general store stocks an array of goods, including toys and kitchen appliances. It’s dedicated to selling highly rated items, meaning items that Amazon’s online shoppers have rated four stars and above. The opening of Amazon 4-star represents another step in Amazon’s efforts to grow its physical store presence.
OK … the legalization of marijuana in Canada isn’t anywhere near as important in the history of the world compared to Pearl Harbor, but it could turn out to be a turning point for Shopify (NYSE:SHOP) and Shopify stock. The provinces of Ontario, British Columbia, Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island are using Shopify’s e-commerce platform for their cannabis websites. This is especially important because Ontario won’t have a brick-and-mortar pot store open until April — the new Conservative government switched from a government-run retail system to a privately run system after it was elected in June setting back the store openings from fall to spring, and British Columbia will only have one physical location come Wednesday, and it’s not even in Vancouver.
Leading the tech sell-off were the high-growth tech companies like Shopify (NYSE:SHOP) that have become Wall Street’s darlings over the past several years. Shopify stock took a bit of a hit. The ecommerce enabler soared from under $20 per share in early 2016 to $170 per share in late 2018 as secular ecommerce, cloud, and gig economy tailwinds propelled mass adoption of the Shopify platform.
It looks like a do-or-die situation for Amazon (AMZN) and eBay (EBAY) in their race to attract third-party sellers to their online marketplaces. Earlier this month, eBay accused Amazon of illegally poaching its sellers. According to eBay, a team of Amazon sales representatives has been involved in a scheme in which they send messages to eBay sellers to try to sway them to move to Amazon’s platform.
Shopify (SHOP) recently opened its first brick-and-mortar store in Los Angeles, CA, staffed with "Gurus", in a bid to expand merchant base.
There has been just one price revision for Etsy (ETSY) in the last 30 days. On October 2, Keybanc raised the price target to $59.00 from $51.00 earlier. Currently, Etsy’s mean target price is $51.00, which indicates a 30.8% upside to the stock price on October 11.
On the last day of September, WIX stock traded near $120, and had more than doubled in 2018. Rather, investors simply appear to be taking profits. WIX stock isn’t cheap, but relative to peers (including SQ and SHOP) it looks inexpensive.
Located in ROW DTLA in downtown Los Angeles, Shopify LA offers clients a space where they can come in, get advice, take professional photographs of their wares and more.
Shopify, the provider of payment and logistics management software and services for retailers, has opened its first physical storefront in Los Angeles. The first brick and mortar location for the Toronto-based company, is nestled in a warren of downtown Los Angeles boutique shops in a complex known as the Row DTLA. For Shopify, Los Angeles is the ideal place to debut a physical storefront showing off the company's new line of hardware products and the array of services it provides to businesses ranging from newly opened startups to $900 million juggernauts like the Kylie Cosmetics brand.
Shopify’s LA location will provide in-person support, training, education, and access to the company’s suite of retail hardware products, all to help merchants level up their own businesses. Shopify Inc. (SHOP)(SHOP.TO), the leading multi-channel commerce platform, today announced the opening of its first-ever physical space for providing in-person help and support to merchants and aspiring entrepreneurs. Shopify is putting its many years of experience to work with a permanent space in LA where business owners can come to both get advice from our knowledgeable staff, and also to connect with other members of the entrepreneurial community.
Shopify’s base of small business customers and its profit potential outweigh what have generally been the high multiples of SHOP stock. The Shopify stock price promptly moved higher, but it has since pulled back to roughly the same level as when I wrote my column. On this site last week, James Brumley made the case that Amazon wasn’t a huge threat to Shopify stock.
Large e-commerce businesses have systems in place to fight online fraud, but smaller sellers with their own storefronts don't always have the same advantages. Today, e-commerce platform Shopify is aiming to change that with its rollout of Fraud Protect for Shopify Payments. The company had announced its plans to introduce fraud protection earlier this year at its Unite conference in Toronto, where it also debuted marketing app Shopify Ping and support for sellers managing inventory across multiple stores, among other things.