AMZN - アマゾン・ドット・コム (Amazon.com Inc.) アマゾン・ドット・コム

 AMZNのチャート


 AMZNの企業情報

symbol AMZN
会社名 Amazon.com Inc (アマゾン・ドット・コム)
分野(sector) Consumer Services   サービス
産業(industry) Catalog/Specialty Distribution  
業種 小売_百貨店   サ―ビス(Services)
概要 事業概要 アマゾン・ドット・コム(Amazon.com Inc.)は自社のウェブサイトを経由して製品とサービスを提供する。同社は3つの事業を運営する。北米事業は消費者製品(売り手からのものを含む)の小売販売と、北米中心のwww.amazon.com、www.amazon.ca、及びwww.amazon.com.mxなどのウェブサイトを通じた定期購読で構成される。国際事業は主にwww.amazon.com.au、www.amazon.nl、www.amazon.es、www.amazon.co.ukなどの消費者向け製品(売り手を含む)の小売販売と、国際的に焦点を当てたWebサイトによる購読で構成される。アマゾン・ウェブ・サービス(AWS)事業はエンタープライズ、政府機関学術機関向けのコンピューティング、ストレージデータベース、その他のサービスの販売で構成される。同社の製品はベンダからの再販のために購入する商品とコンテンツ、及び第三者の販売者から提供される商品とコンテンツを含む。同社は電子施設を製造・販売する。   アマゾン・ドット・コムは米国最大手のオンライン小売業者。書籍、CD・DVDのほか、ゲ―ム、家庭用品家電衣料品など広範な商品販売を世界各地で運営、出品サ―ビスと受注、梱包・発送サ―ビスを行う。会員制「アマゾンプライム」を展開。電子書籍キンドル」や「Fireタブレット」を取り扱う。クラウド・サ―ビスも提供する。本社所在地はシアトル。   Amazon is guided by four principles: customer obsession rather than competitor focus, passion for invention, commitment to operational excellence, and long-term thinking. Customer reviews, 1-Click shopping, personalized recommendations, Prime, Fulfillment by Amazon, AWS, Kindle Direct Publishing, Kindle, Fire tablets, Fire TV, Amazon Echo, and Alexa are some of the products and services pioneered by Amazon.
本社所在地 410 Terry Avenue North Seattle WA 98109-5210 USA
代表者氏名 Jeffrey P. Bezos ジェフリーP.ベゾス
代表者役職名 Chairman of the Board President Chief Executive Officer 取締役会長兼最高経営責任者(CEO)
電話番号 +1 206-266-1000
設立年月日 34516
市場名 NASDAQ National Market System
ipoyear 1997年
従業員数 566000人
url www.amazon.com
nasdaq_url https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/amzn
adr_tso
EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) 2195
終値(lastsale) 1864.42
時価総額(marketcap) 909354427595.38
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 912232.1
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 208125
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 930971.1
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) 5487
決算概要 2018年6月30日に終了した6ヶ月間のAmazon.com Inc.の収益は41%増の103.93億ドルでした。純利益は921百万ドルから4.16Bドルに増加した。収益は、北米セグメントの増加を22.37Bドルから62.89Bドルに引き上げた。国際セグメントは、11.49Bドルから29.49Bドルへ増加した。オンライン販売合計16.1%増の541億ドル。純利益は、北米部門の収益が436百万ドルから2.98Bドルに増加したことにより恩恵を受けた。

 AMZNのテクニカル分析


 AMZNのニュース

   Vote counting to start in Amazon union election  2021/04/08 17:56:01 ABC News
Vote counting in the union push at an Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, is expected to start as early as Thursday, but hundreds of contested ballots could muddy the outcome if it’s a close race
   Amazon adds 720p streaming to its Luna cloud gaming service to improve stability  2021/04/08 17:00:00 The Verge
Amazon Luna, the company’s cloud gaming service, is introducing a new 720p streaming mode for those with slower internet connections. The resolution cap should help with performance issues, Amazon says.
   Microsoft approaches $2 trillion in market value as its stock hits record high  2021/04/08 15:49:06 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Microsoft is closing in on a $2 trillion market capitalization. It would be only the second US company after Apple to pass that threshold. The computing titan's shares surged 60% in 2020 and are up another 17% this year. See more stories on Insider's business page . Microsoft could soon become only the second American company ever to command a $2 trillion market capitalization. The computing giant's stock price climbed more than 1% on Thursday, boosting its market cap to a record high of $1.9 trillion. If the shares rise another 5%, Microsoft would join Apple in the exclusive $2 trillion club. Microsoft is approaching the milestone thanks to its stock's recent outperformance. Its shares are up about 17% this year after leaping 60% in 2020. Moreover, they have surged more than five-fold since Satya Nadella replaced Steve Ballmer as the company's CEO in 2014. Despite its recent gains, Microsoft isn't threatening to replace Apple as the most valuable US public company just yet.
   Amazon challenges hundreds of ballots in Alabama workers’ union drive  2021/04/08 15:02:41 The Guardian
Election will determine if workers in Bessemer will form the first labor union at an Amazon warehouse in the US Amazon has challenged hundreds of ballots in a vote to form a union at one of its warehouses in Alabama in a unionization drive seen as one of the most important labor fights in recent American history. The National Labor Relations Board on Thursday began to open the ballots and start tabulating votes in the election in Bessemer, Alabama. Continue reading…
   Investors Appear To Be Buying FAANG Names As 10-Year Yield Under 1.7%  2021/04/08 13:47:20 Benzinga
Megacap tech-related stocks could end up being the story today as the broader market seems well supported but without a catalyst to make big moves higher. The FAANG names— Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ: FB ), Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL ), Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN ), Netflix Inc (NASDAQ: NFLX ) and Alphabet Inc ’s (NASDAQ: GOOGL ) Google—seem to be in recovery mode as the yield on the 10-year Treasury remains under 1.7%. These are trusted names that investors are tending to buy on the dips at the moment as people try to figure out where the main thrust of the market is going to go next. There’s still a valuation debate going on as investors and traders continue to evaluate the state of the economic recovery and whether they want to put more money into stay-at-home or back-to-work stocks on any given day. The performance of growth stocks, including the FAANGs, is related to the economic recovery in part because of fears that the recovery will come with potentially problematic inflation. As inflation expectations, and the yield on the 10-year Treasury rise, growth stocks can take a hit because inflation expectations can eat away at how much people think they might be worth in the future.
   FAANG Stocks: What Challenges Await These 5 Mega-Caps?  2021/04/05 18:32:00 Kiplinger
After a blockbuster 2020 performance, the FAANG stocks aren't doing quite so hot in 2021. Here, we look at some of the headwinds facing investors in these mega-cap stocks.
   Netflix originals have fallen 12% this year as pandemic-driven production delays catch up with the industry (NFLX)  2021/04/05 17:49:11 Business Insider
Summary List Placement We're finally seeing the effects of pandemic-driven production delays in the streaming world. Original Netflix programs have fallen by 20% since this time last year, according to Kasey Moore , who writes for the the website What's On Netflix. The streaming giant released 180 original pieces of content between January and April 2020, according to Moore. In 2021, that number is 159, as the company and its competitors feel the squeeze from a shortage in originally-shot content. Moore told Insider, however, that the data broadly indicates a trend and has its limitations. He also said the data is specific to the US market. Netflix did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment. As Bloomberg notes, Netflix insiders have said Q1 and Q2 of 2021 will see the biggest effects from pandemic-related closures and restrictions. The company shoots its shows and movies months in advance, per the outlet, which is why 2020 offerings seemed as though they were unaffected by the pandemic.
   Amazon 'illegally retaliated' against climate activists  2021/04/05 17:42:05 BBC
The firm fired two tech workers who had criticised the firm's environmental practices.
   Amazon illegally fired two employees, labor board finds  2021/04/05 17:18:18 CNN
Amazon illegally fired last year two of its corporate employees who had been vocal critics of the company, the National Labor Relations Board has found.
   US regulators find Amazon illegally fired activist employees: report  2021/04/05 15:18:54 New York Post
A US labor agency has reportedly found that Amazon illegally fired two employees last year who had publicly blasted the company’s employment and environmental policies. The National Labor Relations Board informed the targeted employees — Emily Cunningham and Maren Costa — that their terminations a year ago amounted to retaliation and that the agency would…
   Insider Retail: VCs bet on hospitality — Taco Bell's "bellhops" — Amazon union fight  2021/03/25 09:49:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement TGI… Thursday. Good morning and welcome to another edition of Insider Retail, where we share some of our top deep dives of the week. Today we're exploring what hot food brands a top VC firm might invest in next, Taco Bell's new "bellhops," and plans for more self care in 2021. Let's go. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here . See more of our newsletters here . The pandemic has badly hurt travel and hospitality , but we spoke with six VCs who poured money into the sectors' startups amid the pandemic. These are the trends they are betting on. CAVU Venture Partners has backed a host of food, beverage, and wellness startups — from Oatly to Beyond Meat — and it's expecting a surge of ideas from founders as society opens up after the pandemic. Here's what they're looking to invest in next. Taco Bell is adding 1,000 "bellhops" with iPads to take orders at drive-thru lanes throughout the US. This is merely one of the tweaks the chain is making for the post-pandemic world.
   Amazon Walks a Political Tightrope in Its Union Fight  2021/03/25 09:00:28 New York Times
The company has always opposed efforts by its workers to organize, but its regulatory fate rests largely with Democrats in Washington.
   Tesla, Nio, And Riot Blockchain Trump FAANG Stocks For Indian Investors  2021/03/25 08:22:48 Benzinga
Shares of U.S. electric vehicle and blockchain technology companies are finding favor with Indian investors while so-called FAANG stocks representing big tech companies that are more established in India are facing a downward trend, according to a report by India’s business daily Mint that cited fintech platform Winvesta. What Happened: FAANG constitutes the stocks of Facebook Inc (NASDAQ: FB ), Amazon.com Inc (NASDAQ: AMZN ), Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL ), Netflix Inc (NASDAQ: NFLX ) and Google parent Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL ) (NASDAQ: GOOG ). Indian investors are seeking high growth stocks such as Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: Full story available on Benzinga.com
   SoftBank is under investigation by the SEC following its risky 'Nasdaq whale' investments (UBER, AAPL, TSLA)  2021/03/24 23:04:36 Business Insider
Summary List Placement The Japanese investing conglomerate SoftBank, which has holdings in household names like Apple, Amazon, Tesla, Uber, DoorDash, and Sprint, is under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission, Vice News reported Wednesday. The agency's acknowledgment of its investigation follows reporting by the Financial Times last year that revealed SB Northstar, which is controlled by SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son, as the " Nasdaq whale " behind secretive, risky multibillion-dollar bets on tech stocks during last summer's market rally. The SEC disclosed the investigation in response to a public records request from Think Computer Foundation founder Aaron Greenspan, according to the legal transparency group PlainSite . Greenspan had asked for "any investigative materials" about SoftBank or its web of companies "specifically relating to SoftBank's trading of stocks and derivatives on those stocks," according to PlainSite. After initially denying that it had any relevant records, the SEC responded to Greenspan's appeal by saying that it had records, but couldn't share them, because "the investigation from which you seek records is active and ongoing." SoftBank and the SEC did not respond to requests for comment on this story.
   'Invincible' takes yet another leap into the dark side of superheroes  2021/03/24 21:27:52 CNN
Amazon already has a searing satire about out-of-control superheroes, "The Boys," which has quickly become its signature series. "Invincible," an animated show with basically the same broad outline, thus feels a tad redundant, though the opening episodes, produced very much for adults, yield some of the same visceral thrills.

 関連キーワード  (小売_百貨店 米国株 アマゾン・ドット・コム AMZN Amazon.com Inc.)

 twitter  (公式ツイッターやCEOツイッターなど)