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AMZN Inc. Nasdaq Global Select
Open: $3,322.5 High: $3,363.89 Low: $3,243.146 Close: $3,321.51
Range: 2021-01-25 - 2021-01-26
Volume: 5,024,714
Market: Open
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AMZN Inc. 410 Terry Avenue North Seattle WA, 98109-5210 Inc is an online retailer. The Company sells its products through the website which provides services, such as advertising services and co-branded credit card agreements. It also offers electronic devices like Kindle e-readers and Fire tablets.
  • CEO: Jeffrey P. Bezos
  • Employees: 566,000
  • Sector: Consumer Cyclical
  • Industry: Retail - Apparel & Specialty
Latest news about the AMZN
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    Revolution CEO (and former AOL CEO) Steve Case joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the platform’s “Rise of the Rest” 2021 playbook — which aims to spotlight promising startups outside of the coastal tech hubs — as well as the current state of big tech, his thoughts on Section 230, and more. 

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    MKM Partners analyst Rohit Kulkarni on Tuesday cut his rating on freelancing platform Fiverr to Sell from Neutral, even as he lifted his price target to $185—still below the current market price—from $145.

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  • Amazon Plans to Create 3,000 New Jobs in Boston Expansion

    Amazon plans to expand its Boston Tech Hub and create over 3,000 new jobs over the next several years in the process. Amazon has invested more than $6 billion over the last 10 years in Massachusetts, while creating more than 20,000 jobs throughout the company. The 3,000 new roles will add to the already more than 3,700 current positions at Amazon’s (AMZN) Boston Tech Hub and will span across technology roles including software development and AI, to non-tech roles like HR and finance. “We’re proud to be creating more than 3,000 new jobs over the next several years at our Boston Tech Hub,” said Rohit Prasad, Vice President & Head Scientist for Alexa at Amazon. “We look forward to continuing to be a strong community partner, helping to grow and diversify the local economy, and create new opportunities for Boston and its residents.” Amazon leased a 17-story, 630,000 square foot office tower that will include working space, innovation labs, and mixed-use common areas for Amazon employees. What’s more, Amazon’s investments in Massachusetts have contributed an additional $5.3 billion to the local economy and have allowed small and medium businesses to expand their operations with Amazon. Boston Mayor, Martin Walsh, said, “By further expanding its Boston Tech Hub, Amazon is continuing to create new economic opportunities in our City…This expansion will grow our technology workforce and support a strong pipeline of diverse talent and a range of new jobs and opportunities for Boston residents.” (See AMZN stock analysis on TipRanks) Credit Suisse analyst Stephen Ju reiterated his Buy rating on AMZN last week and raised his price target to $3,860 from $3,750. This implies upside potential of around 16% from current levels. Ju highlights the increase in consumer comfort when it comes to purchasing online. He believes that Amazon is more competitively positioned compared to its internet peers to capture the e-commerce/online purchase market. Consensus among analysts is a Strong Buy based on 31 Buys and 1 Hold. The average price target of $3,831.32 implies upside potential of around 15% over the next 12 months. Amazon scores a 9 out of 10 on TipRanks Smart Score, which implies that AMZN has a strong likelihood of beating market expectations. Related News: Caesars Acquires Minority Stake in SuperDraft With Option to Increase to 100% Tilray To Supply Medical Cannabis To France; Shares Gain 14% Twitter Settles Shareholder Derivative Lawsuits More recent articles from Smarter Analyst: Tilray To Supply Medical Cannabis To France; Shares Gain 14% Caesars Acquires Minority Stake in SuperDraft With Option to Increase to 100% Blackberry Says Unaware Of Reason For Share Bonanza; Street Sees 56% Downside Moderna Says Covid-19 Vaccine Appears To Protect Against Variants; Shares Jump 12%

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  • Amazon Prime Membership Is Growing at a Record Pace

    With more people doing their shopping online these days, it's no surprise that Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) Prime membership continues to climb, even in the highly saturated U.S. market. As of the end of 2020, 142 million domestic consumers had access to a Prime membership, according to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners. What's surprising about the numbers is just how fast Amazon added Prime memberships last quarter.

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  • My Best E-Commerce Stock for 2021

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  • An Overlooked Pandemic Casualty: Independent Toy Stores

    Mom-and-pop shops have long been struggling to compete against big-box stores and online retail giants like Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN). Sales at toy and hobby stores declined 26% between mid-March of 2020, when coronavirus-related restrictions were first implemented, and late October, compared to the previous year, reports Womply, a software platform for small businesses. It's not just the pandemic that's causing independent toy stores to struggle.

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  • Near an All-Time Low, Is BigCommerce a Buy?

    Investors are simply overlooking the direction this company is headed, and the driving force behind it.

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  • 3 Stocks to Hold for the Next 20 Years

    The stock market tends to reward investors who buy and hold for the long run. Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), Home Depot (NYSE: HD), and Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX) are three companies building strong relationships with customers -- and they look like attractive stocks to hold for the next few decades. Prime members are fueling rapid revenue growth for Amazon.

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    Think about the investors who bailed on Amazon, or Apple, or Netflix early on due to losses that may have felt uncomfortable at the time. Here are two financial technology stocks (or fintechs) that you can feel comfortable buying and holding for the next decade or more: PayPal Holdings (NASDAQ: PYPL) and Square (NYSE: SQ). Digital and mobile payments company PayPal is coming off its best year as a public company, returning 116% in 2020 and expanding its market lead in the online payments space.

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  • Amazon Future Engineer Launches in Canada to Inspire and Propel Students from Underserved Communities to Build Careers in Computer Science

    26, 2021 /CNW/ - (NASDAQ: AMZN)— Amazon today announced the Canadian launch of Amazon Future Engineer, a comprehensive program designed to inspire, educate, and prepare children and young adults from underrepresented and underserved communities to pursue computer science. As part of Amazon's commitment to strengthening the communities it is proud to call home, the company will invest $3 million (CAD) over three years to fund unique computer science learning opportunities for an anticipated 1 million students and teachers across the country.

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  • Tencent Shares Tumble After Approaching $1 Trillion Valuation

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