AMZN - Amazon.com, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
1,742.35
+7.64 (+0.44%)
As of 3:16PM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close1,734.71
Open1,739.02
Bid1,742.15 x 1100
Ask1,742.43 x 900
Day's Range1,731.00 - 1,744.76
52 Week Range1,307.00 - 2,035.80
Volume1,792,662
Avg. Volume2,954,263
Market Cap863.852B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.57
PE Ratio (TTM)77.20
EPS (TTM)22.57
Earnings DateJan 29, 2020 - Feb 3, 2020
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est2,183.86
  • Stock market news: November 22, 2019
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    Stock market news: November 22, 2019

    U.S. stocks rose Friday, recovering after three consecutive session of losses. Comments from Chinese President Xi Jinping underscored Beijing’s hopes of getting a trade deal done with the U.S.

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  • The 5 best ways to save money on Black Friday and Cyber Monday this year
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    The 5 best ways to save money on Black Friday and Cyber Monday this year

    More than 165 million people are expected to go shopping between Thanksgiving Day and Cyber Monday this year, according to the National Retail Federation. Because of how late Thanksgiving falls on the calendar this year, there are six fewer shopping days this holiday season. “I’m calling it a shopper’s market,” said Sara Skirboll, shopping and trends expert at coupon website RetailMeNot.

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    Bridgewater’s big bet against stocks should prompt you to hold cash and hedges

    A headline that shook the financial world Friday is Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund, betting more than $1 billion that stock markets around the world will fall by March. Regardless, this is how prudent investors ought to think about the U.S. stock market. • The most important point from the chart is divergence in the relative strength index (RSI).

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    ‘Great Recession’ a decade ago is one reason your Christmas tree will cost more this year

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  • Tesla Pickup Unveiled, But Will It Be First to Market?
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  • Arlington tweaks its housing policies to generate more affordable units
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    Arlington officials took new steps this week to spur the construction of affordable housing, allowing developers to pick up additional density by including affordable units and sketching out plans to ramp up funding for the county’s loan program. The moves represent some incremental steps toward the board’s stated goal of addressing Arlington’s housing supply crunch, a particularly salient issue for renters as Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) moves in and the county continues to lag behind its own affordable housing production goals. The first change will allow the county to offer more bonus density to developers if they’re delivering desirable community benefits, particularly the inclusion of affordable units.

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    Disney is giving us Baby Yoda toys for Christmas

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  • How Much Does Amazon Prime Cost for a Membership?
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    If the frugal you is busy comparing household budgets from 2018 to 2019, one prime thing may jump out at you. Yes, you're paying $20 more a year for your Amazon Prime subscription than you did at the start of 2018. The retail (and more) giant increased its membership fee for Amazon Prime to $119 last June. There are no similar increases on deck for 2019, but that 20% rate hike may make you pause. I know it did for me.The big reason back in the day to hook up with Amazon was the free two-day shipping, the very roots of Amazon Prime. But since my Amazon shopping addiction has waned, I thought I'd explore what other perks an Amazon Prime membership gets me, among the more than 100 million Prime subscribers worldwide. You may be surprised by some of today's best Amazon Prime benefits -- free two-day shipping (and quickly becoming one-day shipping) aside. SEE ALSO: 10 Worst Things to Buy on Amazon

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    One-day shipping is going to be the tactic of choice in the holiday shopping game this year, and there's no retailer better equipped at its efficiencies than the world's biggest online retailer, Amazon. But as you're doing your comparison shopping for all those gifts you have to buy, remember this comes at a price: $119 a year for Prime membership.So let's do the factoring. Sure, we'll get some great gifts at great prices and in double-quick time with Amazon Prime. What other Prime perks make it worth the cost of membership for the 100 million or so Primers worldwide? We found a few. SEE ALSO: 18 Worst Things to Buy During the Holidays

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  • Bloomberg

    Oracle’s Largely White Board Draws Congressional Scrutiny

    (Bloomberg) -- Oracle Corp. should increase the racial diversity of its board, a group of U.S. lawmakers said, putting a spotlight on the company’s hiring and management practices.“The fact that African Americans make up 13% and Asian Americans make up 5.6% of the U.S. population but 0% of Oracle’s board and leadership team is inexcusable,” the lawmakers said in a Nov. 22 letter from the House Tech Accountability Caucus and Tri-Caucus, which includes the Black, Hispanic and Asian Pacific American caucuses.It’s the latest call for the second-largest software maker and billionaire Chairman Larry Ellison to improve diversity and inclusion. Former employees and the U.S. government have sued the Redwood City, California-based company, alleging it systematically underpaid women and people of color, and many shareholders have supported repeated requests that the board examine if there’s a pay gap between male and female employees.It’s at least the second time this year that Oracle has attracted congressional scrutiny for its diversity practices. In January, the Congressional Black Caucus and House Tech Accountability Caucus wrote to the company expressing dismay about allegations of pay discrimination.This week’s letter was signed by Democrats Robin L. Kelly, Joaquin Castro, Karen Bass and Judy Chu, who chair the various House caucuses, as well as other lawmakers.Amazon, FacebookThe Tech Accountability Caucus previously criticized Amazon.com Inc. for its tepid record of appointing people of color to its board, and Facebook Inc. for allowing marketers to use ethnic affinity to target ads for housing, employment or credit.Amazon has since adopted a policy pledging to consider a diverse slate of candidates for open board seats and added Starbucks Corp. operating chief Rosalind Brewer and former PepsiCo Inc. Chief Executive Officer Indra Nooyi as directors. In 2016, Facebook updated its policy to disable ethnic targeting for certain ads.“We respectfully request a prompt response from Oracle Corporation regarding our diversity concerns,” the lawmakers wrote. They requested a briefing with the company to discuss the issue, but said it would also accept a written response within 14 days, or a phone call. Oracle didn’t respond to a request for comment.In a February response to the earlier congressional letter, the company said it wouldn’t “intentionally discriminate against women and people of color” and was committed to a diverse, nondiscriminatory work culture, according to the lawmakers.Short-ChangedOracle is also contending with a January lawsuit from the U.S. Department of Labor, which alleged the company short-changed female and minority workers some $400 million in wages.The allegations stem from a 2014 audit by a department unit that enforces equal pay and other non-discrimination matters for federal contractors. Records show that Oracle paid women and minority employees less than others and steered them into lower-level jobs, the department said in court papers. It also alleged that Oracle used H-1B visas to hire scores of Asians and paid them less than employees who were U.S. citizens.In 2017, three female engineers sued Oracle, alleging underpayment compared with male engineers doing the same tasks. An analysis conducted on behalf of the plaintiffs showed the company paid some women about $13,000 less per year on average versus male counterparts. They’re seeking to represent more than 4,000 similarly situated employees.Oracle has denied the allegations in both cases.For three straight years, shareholder Pax World Funds has filed proposals asking the company’s board to identify whether a gender pay gap exists and how to fix it. The proposals have been supported by several large investors, including funds held by BlackRock Inc. and State Street Corp., but failed to garner majority support. That’s largely because Ellison, who owns about a third of the stock, has opposed the measure.(Updates with shareholder proposal in third paragraph.)To contact the reporters on this story: Nico Grant in San Francisco at ngrant20@bloomberg.net;Anders Melin in New York at amelin3@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jillian Ward at jward56@bloomberg.net, Andrew Pollack, Peter EichenbaumFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

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