Amazon.com

NASDAQ: AMZN
$1,906.59
-$12.24 (-0.6%)
Closing price April 3, 2020
U.S. companies announced more than 222,000 job cuts in March, a year-over-year increase of nearly 300%. The vast majority of the job losses were attributed to the outbreak of COVID-19.
Paul Ausick
Traffic to big-box stores like Walmart, Costco and Target jumped in the first part of March but declined as stay-at-home orders were widely implemented. Will the traffic return or are consumers going...
Paul Ausick
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alphabet, Amazon.com, Amgen, Cerner, eBay, Gap, Nike, Nucor, Procter & Gamble, TJX and ViacomCBS.
Jon C. Ogg
Is this one of best opportunities to buy stocks in the past 50 years? It is pretty obvious that portfolio managers are using the massive drop to add to positions in these five stocks, which look like...
Lee Jackson
Workers at Amazon's huge Staten Island, New York, warehouse may go on strike. What will happen to homebound people if they start to lose access to the inventory that Amazon ships?
Douglas A. McIntyre
Investors have not shaved a tremendous amount of value from mega-cap public corporations. Two American companies still have market caps above $1 trillion.
Douglas A. McIntyre
As the U.S. economy starts to shut down, cash is king. These 10 public corporations have a tremendous amount of cash on their balance sheets.
Douglas A. McIntyre
As brick-and mortar-retailer locations close, online commerce becomes increasingly essential. The advantage of Shopify for medium and small businesses is that it helps them build and maintain...
Douglas A. McIntyre
In its efforts to meet demand for what are deemed essential goods to fight the spread of COVID-19, Amazon has hobbled sales for some of its Marketplace resellers.
Paul Ausick
Disney has had to close its theme parks, suspend cruises and theatrical shows, and delay the release of several films. But the stage is set for boom times for the new Disney streaming service.
Paul Ausick
If Amazon starts to shut down, piece by piece, one of America's lifelines for people and businesses will begin to disappear.
Douglas A. McIntyre
A consortium of federal agencies, research universities, and private industry is offering researchers looking at stopping the coronavirus pandemic access to the most powerful supercomputers in the...
Paul Ausick
As the locations of major retailers remain closed, customers need to go elsewhere. Amazon is among the few places shoppers can actually go.
Douglas A. McIntyre
In general, social media stocks should do well when millions of Americans are locked down at home. Where does Snap go from here?
Douglas A. McIntyre
24/7 Wall St. has tracked multiple S&P 500 and other large-cap stocks that actually closed up for the past week and that are also still higher year to date.
Jon C. Ogg