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Fortune

Amazon Has Lost More Than $250 Billion Dollars in Market Cap in 8 Weeks

It took Amazon 18 years to reach a market cap of $250 billion. It's taken Amazon less than eight weeks to give up $250 billion in market value. On Sept. 4, Amazon became the second U.S. stock after Apple to reach a market cap of $1 trillion. The stock ...

- Fortune

Quartz

Amazon is having a spooky bad October

After a long winning streak, Amazon is having a rough month. The company's stock slid 6.3% on Oct. 29, following a 7.8% drop ahead of the weekend on Oct. 26. The plunge came after Amazon released third-quarter earnings on Oct. 25 that indicated its ...

- Quartz

Forbes

Jeff Bezos' Fortune Drops Another $8 Billion As Amazon's Stock Falters

Jeff Bezos' fortune has taken quite the hit in recent days. His net worth fell by some $19 billion in the last two business days, dropping by $11 billion on Friday and another $8.2 billion on Monday. The Amazon founder and CEO, who owns 16% of the ...

- Forbes

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CNBC

Growth stocks like Amazon are getting slammed during this October rout, but ...

Investors dumped technology and other growth stock winners Wednesday in favor of defensive and value names, a trend that has accelerated as interest rates rise. Tech stocks fell 4.8 percent in the worst day for the S&P sector since Aug. 18, 2011.

- CNBC

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CNBC

If you invested $1000 in Amazon in 1997, here's how much you'd have now

It's been almost a year since Amazon closed its deal to purchase Whole Foods and Amazon's stock has more than doubled over the past year, outperforming other publicly traded grocery chains by a wide margin. Since the Amazon-Whole Food deal closed, ...

- CNBC

CNBC

Amazon is still analysts' favorite big tech stock, even at $1 trillion

Amazon just passed a $1 trillion market cap, and analysts are still telling investors to buy, buy, buy. Of the 47 analysts with ratings on Amazon, 45 (or 96 percent) say analysts should keep accumulating the shares, according to FactSet. That's the ...

- CNBC

Los Angeles Times

Health and tech stocks slip; Amazon touches $1 trillion

Bank stocks rose modestly, as higher long-term interest rates mean they can make more money from mortgages and other types of loans. Real estate firms, household goods makers and other high-dividend stocks fell, as investors sold those stocks and ...

- Los Angeles Times

CNBC

As Amazon cracks $1 trillion, chart watcher warns the stock is trading at extremes

Amazon made history on Tuesday, becoming the second U.S.-listed public company to enter the $1 trillion market-cap club (Apple was first, last month). The stock surged to an all-time high, bringing its already mammoth 2018 rise to 75 percent.

- CNBC

Bloomberg

At $1 Trillion, Amazon Is Still Not Its Stock Price

Sept. 28, 2001, marked this century's nadir for the stock price of Amazon.com Inc. Air was gushing out of the dot.com bubble, the world was reeling from the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and investors had lost confidence in the promises of a balding ...

- Bloomberg

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MarketWatch

Amazon stock tops $2000, as yet another analyst projects $1 trillion in market cap

Shares of Amazon.com Inc. surged past the $2,000 milestone for the first time Thursday, as yet another analyst boosted their price target above the level needed to give the e-commerce giant a market capitalization of $1 trillion. The stock AMZN, +0.99 ...

- MarketWatch

CNBC

Amazon hits $2000 per share for the first time

Amazon stock hit $2,000 per share for the first time just after market open Thursday. Shares rose more than 1 percent in morning trading to above $2,020. It's a major milestone in the stock's climb to match Apple's $1 trillion market valuation. At $2 ...

- CNBC

USA TODAY

Amazon stock price tops $2000 for first time, inches closer to $1 trillion ...

The share price of Amazon, the online retail giant and one of Wall Street's most popular and best-performing stocks, topped $2,000 for the first time Thursday, putting it within striking distance of joining Apple as the only U.S. companies with a ...

- USA TODAY