SHOPShopify Inc. Class A subordinate voting shares New York Stock Exchange
Shopify Inc. Class A subordinate voting shares 150 Elgin Street Ottawa ON, K2P 1L4 https://www.shopify.ca/Shopify Inc provides cloud-based, multi-channel commerce platform designed for small and medium-sized businesses. The company's platform provides merchants with a single view of their business and customers across all of their sales channels.
- CEO: Tobias Lutke
- Employees: 1,900
- Sector: Technology
- Industry: Application Software
Latest news about the SHOP
- A Big Earnings Beat for Shopify, But How High Can It Go?
Today's video will go over Shopify's (NYSE: SHOP) recent earnings report and talk about Shopify Pay and Audience Network and what they could mean for the future of Shopify. The company reported Q2 revenue of $1.12 billion, up 57% year over year, subscription solutions of $334 million, up 70% YOY, and merchant solutions of $785 million, up 52% YOY. Shopify is firing on all cylinders, and there are no signs of it slowing down.View More →
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For each of the following three ultra-popular stocks, the lowest price target from an analyst on Wall Street implies downside ranging from 50% to as much as 97%! First up is one of the absolute hottest stocks since the end of 2019, biotech stock Moderna (NASDAQ: MRNA). Taking into account Moderna's insane run over the past two weeks, shares are up almost 1,700% since the end of 2019.View More →
- 2021 IPO Review
In this episode of Industry Focus: Tech, host Dylan Lewis and Motley Fool contributor Brian Feroldi revisit all the newly public businesses the podcast looked at in the first half of the year and talk about what's going on with them. Brian, how are you doing? Brian Feroldi: Dylan, I am doing great.View More →
- What Boeing and Shopify Just Said About the Stock Market's Future
Stock market investors have had a tough time lately, and Wednesday's moves showed how different readings on the broader global economy are making it hard for investors to interpret what's going on. Amid widespread confusion about how much to worry about a new flare-up of COVID-19 cases and the potential impact on the economic recovery, markets were largely mixed Wednesday morning. On a day packed with corporate earnings releases, a couple of stocks stood out.View More →
- Shopify Q2 Earnings Crushes Estimates, Expects Lower Y/Y FY21 Revenue Growth Rate
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- Shopify Crushes Earnings, Topping $1B In Revenue For First Time
Total second-quarter revenue jumped 57% year-over-year for Shopify, signaling that there is no slowdown happening in the e-commerce space. The company said revenue was $1.12 billion and gross profits increased 64% to $627 million, compared to $381.4 million in Q2 2020. In fact, Shopify (NYSE: SHOP) posted increases in nearly every financial category. Subscription solutions revenue increased 70% year-over-year to $334.2 million; merchant solutions was up 52% to $785.2 million, gross merchandise vView More →
- Should You Buy Roblox Stock Now, Down Over 25% From Highs?
I recently covered Roblox (NYSE: RBLX), sharing my thoughts in a 25-minute deep-dive analysis video. In case you are not familiar, Roblox is a platform that brings players and developers together. The company's mission is to enable billions of people from across the world to have fun, learn, and play.View More →
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