How Do Analysts Rate Amazon?
On April 21, 2017, Amazon (AMZN) stock was trading at $898.53, 1.3% above its 20-day moving average of $887, 4.2% above its 50-day moving average of $862.
As of April 24, 2017, Amazon (AMZN) was the largest global Internet player in terms of market capitalization at $427.8 billion.
Amazon’s 7-day MACD (moving average convergence divergence) is 13.36. Peer companies Alibaba, Alphabet, PayPal, and Square reported MACDs of 1.68, 0.39, 0.14, and 0.18, respectively.
Amazon (AMZN) releases neither its video nor sales spending information, but it does release information about its video deals.
Amazon’s (AMZN) cloud business, Amazon Web Services (or AWS), is under scrutiny as the company reports its 1Q17 results. AWS’s revenue rose 47% from 4Q15 to $3.5 billion in 4Q16.
Wall Street is largely bullish on Amazon’s (AMZN) prospects, with the stock being rated a “buy” by 48 analysts, a “hold” by five analysts, and a “sell” by only one analyst.
As Amazon (AMZN) opens more fulfillment centers, expands abroad, and invests in video content, its cost trend is on many investors’ radars as it prepares to report its 1Q17 results.
Amazon (AMZN) is expected to release its 1Q17 earnings results on April 27, 2017. The last time the company reported its quarterly results, it was a mixed bag.
Amazon (AMZN) is set to release its 1Q17 earnings results on the back of recent studies by Slice Intelligence and Cowen & Company that paint a rosy outlook for its apparel prospects.
Amazon (AMZN) no doubt believes that India is shaping up to be a great place for its e-commerce business. It’s already pumped billions of dollars into its Indian venture.
Early this year, Amazon (AMZN) introduced the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card, a loyalty credit card program aimed exclusively at its Prime shoppers.
According to multiple media reports such as the Financial Times, Amazon (AMZN) is believed to have quietly acquired e-commerce company Souq, which operates in the Middle East.
Amazon (AMZN) seems to be trying to use its Prime Exclusive Phones program to achieve at least two goals that are core to its business and its future.
As Amazon (AMZN) pushes into the grocery business—one segment of retail that’s still stubbornly stuck offline—what plans does it have to generate more profits than its competitors?
Last month, Amazon (AMZN) defeated the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) in a long-standing, high-profile $1.5 billion tax dispute.
For the last 14 days, Alphabet has reported a relative strength index (or RSI) of 61, compared to 52, 56, 66, and 62 for peers PayPal, Square, Alibaba, and Amazon, respectively.
At the end yesterday’s trading session, Alphabet (GOOGL) was the largest Internet global player by market capitalization $589.2 billion, followed by Amazon (AMZN) at $429.0 billion.
On April 20, 2017, Alphabet (GOOGL) stock was trading at $841.65, 1.5% above its 20-day moving average of $829, 1.4% below its 50-day moving average of $830.
Alphabet and Uber are locked in a bitter fight over control of the future of driverless cars. Waymo, Alphabet’s division in charge of autonomous driving technology, sued Uber in February 2017.
While significant attention is usually given to Waymo in the ride-sharing business, there’s a little-known Google product that’s already causing ripples in the ride-sharing industry.