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Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN)
1916.425  -33.295 (-1.71%)  04-01 14:04
Open: 1964.35
High: 1993.02
Low: 1944.01
Volume: 5,110,300
Ask: 0 x 0
Bid: 1350 x 230
Market Cap: 954,016M
PE Ratio: 81.63
Exchange: Nasdaq Global Select
Industry: Online Media
Sector: Technology
Technical analysis
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Resistance 2: 2331.71
Resistance 1: 1996.33
Pivot price: 1861.60
Support 1: 1767.48
Support 2: 1626.03
52w High: 2185.95
52w Low: 1626.03
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Amazon.com 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.

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Financials
EPS 23.010
Book Value 124.620
PEG Ratio 1.48
Gross Profit 230.904
Profit Margin (%) 4.13
Operating Margin (%) 5.14
Return on Assets (ttm) 4.6
Return on Equity (ttm) 21.9
Headline news
2020-04-01
Confinement. L’émission pour rester en contact avec les commerçants
Dans ma zone , « et pas Amazon ». C’est un peu devenu le cri de guerre de Julien Sénéchal. Connu des Manceaux pour animer des émissions télé et radio, ou des conférences avec la Ville, l’animateur a souhaité donner du sens à son confinement, en pleine période de crise sanitaire liée au…

2020-04-01
Today's Pickup: Drivers And Delivery Workers Demand Hazard Pay And Safety Equipment
Good day, As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on in the U.S., truckers and parcel delivery workers have become indispensable in the fight to move products to end consumers. An increasing number of people are now shutting themselves indoors, relying completely on online shopping to get their essentials. For the drivers and delivery workers, the usual practice of going door-to-door delivering shipment now comes mixed with anxiety regarding their health and safety. Workers across the board are now raising their voices, demanding companies give them additional compensation for the extra workload and the risks they are bearing as they deliver every day. Labor tension led Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN ) warehouse workers to walk out on March 30, calling out the company for not providing them hazard pay and free virus testing. An open petition by unionized UPS workers on Change.org demands hazard pay, while a Teamsters branch in Pennsylvania accused UPS of not providing employees with necessary safety equipment while they were out delivering.

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