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- AMZN's 30 day story count now stands at 79.
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Below are the latest news stories about Amazon Com Inc that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate AMZN as an investment opportunity.
Amazon (AMZN) saw exponential growth in 2020 with pandemic-driven tailwinds pushing it forward. 2021, however, has turned out to be much more of a challenge on several levels, resulting in the stock’s underperformance. Jefferies’ Brent Thill cites “difficult comps, labor shortages, and supply-chain disruptions” as reasons why Amazon’s “multiple” has dropped by ~25% since mid-2020. Despite the segment representing just 12% of the company’s Operating Income (69% of sales), the analyst believes the “key overhang” has been the slowdown in core-Retail sales growth as the company has encountered some very tough comps.
Winter is coming and the global economy could falter again with rising Covid-19 rates.
With an improving growth story, shareholder-friendly policies, and one of the cheapest stocks in the tech sector, HP looks like a screaming buy.
Shares of DLocal Limited (NASDAQ: DLO) dropped 22.4% in value week to date as of 2:54 p.m. EDT on Friday, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence. A few days later, it announced pricing for a secondary offering of common shares, which the market seemed to take as a sign that the stock's valuation is getting frothy. While the offering of 17 million shares could infuse DLocal with nearly $1 billion in cash that it could use to reinvest in growth, the stock sells for a high price-to-sales ratio of 102 even after this week's slide in the share price.
The chart below shows the earnings and revenue picture for this group of 5 companies in the aggregate, on a quarterly basis, with expectations for 2021 Q3 highlighted...
Project details emerged in an Oct. 14 filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, which indicates that a 132,942-square-foot "Whole Foods SW Distribution Center" is on its way to Manor — not far from where Tesla is building its factory. Whole Foods, which was founded in 1980 and acquired for $13.7 billion by Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) in 2017, has grown to more than 500 locations in North America and the United Kingdom. The company is still headquartered in Austin and had m
Business leaders: Nashville needs to address these issues in its growth into a world-class destination
With a new convention center, high-profile job announcements and the addition of luxury brands — such as Four Seasons — Nashville has become a world-class destination, but business leaders warn there are threats to Nashville's continued growth.
Shares of online retail stocks were taking a beating in Friday trading, with Shopify (NYSE: SHOP) stock falling by 5.2% through 2:37 p.m. EDT, MercadoLibre (NASDAQ: MELI) down by 4.5%, and e-commerce leader Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) off by 2.3%. As it reported Friday morning, analyst Stephen Ju at Swiss mega-bank Credit Suisse cut his price target on Amazon shares by more than 10% to $4,200, based on his estimate that Amazon will earn only $70.98 per share this year and $79.83 per share next year. Credit Suisse's new earnings projections reflect a reduction of 12% this year, and a staggering 33% reduction in expectations for 2022.
This probably isn't the first time you've been warned about peak season. Media coverage of last year's holiday season had consumers buying earlier than ever and carriers hiking prices in anticipation of historic volume, but as it turned out there wasn't really much of a problem. All three of the largest U.S. carriers posted similar or slightly better on-time delivery rates than during the 2019 peak, despite 2020's holiday season being the busiest on record. But this year will be different, for r
UPDATE 1-Labour union urges European authorities to widen Amazon antitrust probe after Reuters story
A global trade union for the services sector on Friday urged European authorities to widen their antitrust investigation of Amazon.com Inc to assess if the company engaged in creating knockoff goods and rigging search results on its platform. The demand by the UNI Global Union was triggered by a Reuters report https://t.co/PiVEqAgjY6 last week based on internal Amazon documents that showed the e-commerce company ran a systematic campaign of copying products and manipulating search results to boost its own private brands such as AmazonBasics in India, a key growth market. In a letter dated Oct. 22 to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, and also copied to EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager, the union body's European arm said authorities there must investigate if Amazo...