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Amazon (AMZN) launches Amazon Music for Columbia and Chile. Music fans in both the countries can access Amazon Music Unlimited and listen to millions of songs.
Amazon, perpetually bashed by politicians, is taking on big social initiatives, and investors should reward it2021-11-11 08:17
Shares of Amazon have underperformed its FAANG peers this year — the internet retailer even trails the S&P 500 Index.
According to our modeling, we're looking at jaw-dropping electric vehicle (EV) volume growth of ~2,000% over the next 20 years, as multiple game-changing trends converge to set the stage for EV stocks. The post Turn the Global EV Disruption Into Your Million-Dollar Opportunity appeared first on InvestorPlace.
The cybersecurity industry has massive secular tailwinds as risks and awareness rise. Does this young outperformer have the metrics and technology to continue to dominate the market?
It's impressive the way this supercharged stock is able to mint millionaires.
Affirm greatly expanded a pact to offer "buy now, pay later" services to Amazon customers. Affirm also handily beat fiscal-first-quarter estimates.
Amazon is a great company and its AWS segment has good growth prospects. Its retail segment has shown some weakness recently, making AWS its major growth engine.
Earnings Results: Affirm stock surges after company ‘expands' Amazon relationship, delivers upbeat earnings2021-11-10 16:38
After plunging more than 15% Wednesday, shares of Affirm Holdings Inc. looked to be making up ground in the extended session after the buy-now pay-later company delivered upbeat results and announced that it had “expanded” its relationship with Amazon.com Inc.
The disappointing earnings results logged recently by what were once the hottest stocks during the height of the pandemic tellingly indicates that for many investors, the once auspicious pandemic trade is now over. The unique conditions that fueled many companies meteoric rise have abated.
The highest jump for consumer prices in 30-plus years stole headlines Wednesday, but evidence of persistent inflation was the real worry for markets.