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AMZN

Amazon.com

$817.65

4.7 (0.58%)

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10/19/16
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Amazon.com price target raised to $905 from $847 at Pacific Crest

Pacific Crest analyst Edward Yruma raised his estimates for Amazon's cloud business, citing "strong underlying fundamentals" for the unit. The analyst thinks that the unit could grow 53% or more this quarter and 42% in 2017. The analyst keeps an Outperform rating on the stock.

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AMZN Amazon.com
$817.65

4.7 (0.58%)

10/13/16
JPMS
10/13/16
NO CHANGE
JPMS
Overweight
JPMorgan says buy GoPro on today's weakness
JPMorgan analyst Paul Coster views today's weakness in shares of GoPro (GPRO) as a buying opportunity. While GoPro is not shipping Hero 5 via the Amazon (AMZN) channel today, Amazon has been consistently a top five channel partner for the action camera maker, Coster tells investors in a research note. He expects Amazon shipments to resume by month end and points out the hiatus does not apply to international Amazon sales. The one month impact would be 30,000 Hero 5 units through this channel, or less than $10M in GoPro sales, Coster estimates. He calls the decision to halt shipments to Amazon voluntary and believes the company has alternative distribution channels for the new product. Coster has an Overweight rating on GoPro. The shares are down 22c to $14.08 after Piper Jaffray this morning highlighted that Hero shipments to Amazon have stopped.
10/14/16
RBCM
10/14/16
NO CHANGE
RBCM
VMware partnership with Amazon positive, says RBC Capital
After VMware (VMW) and Amazon Web Services (AMZN) announced a strategic alliance, RBC Capital analyst Matthew Hedberg says that the deal could enable enterprises to more easily combine Amazon Web Services with VMware software. Hedberg says that the deal gives VMware another sales channel and enables it to be considered more of a player in the hybrid cloud arena. The analyst keeps an Outperform rating on VMware.
10/17/16
GSCO
10/17/16
NO CHANGE
GSCO
Buy
Goldman suggests Apple 'go big' in content with launch of Prime-like service
Goldman Sachs analysts Simona Jankowski and Drew Borst made the case in a new note to investors that Apple (AAPL) should launch a subscription bundle, in the model of Amazon's (AMZN) "Prime" service, in order to reignite growth and avoid commoditization as smartphone sales plateau. Apple has the power to "turn the razor/blade model upside down," argue the analysts, who note that the iPhone giant can afford to be very aggressive in content, by paying premiums for must-have material or pricing services below competitors. An "Apple Prime" subscription bundle priced at $50 month - which would include the iPhone, Apple Music, Apple TV, Apple original content, and potentially live sports - implies EPS generated by "Prime" customers would be over 10% accretive by 2021, the analysts contend. Goldman keeps a Buy rating on Apple shares.
10/17/16
FBCO
10/17/16
NO CHANGE
Target $1050
FBCO
Outperform
Amazon.com price target raised to $1,050 from $920 at Credit Suisse
Credit Suisse analyst Stephen Ju raised Amazon.com's price target to $1,050 from $920 based on a rollout to end of 2017 estimates. Ju thesis and Outperform rating remains unchanged and continues to expect free cash flow should reset higher as capital intensity to run AWS is starting to level off as usage growth drops below 100% and e-commerce segment operating margin expansion due to continued shipping loss moderation.

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