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December 2, 2012
20:08 EDTEBAY, SCOR, AMZN, BBYcomScore: Cyber Monday sales $1.46B
comScore reported holiday season retail e-commerce spending for the first 30 days of the November--December 2012 holiday season. For the holiday season-to-date, $20.4B has been spent online, marking a 15% increase versus the corresponding days last year. The most recent week saw three individual days eclipse $1B in spending, led by Cyber Monday, which became the heaviest online spending day on record at $1.46B. Tuesday, November 27 reached $1.26B, while Wednesday, November 28 reached $1.11B. Monday and Tuesday of this past week currently rank as the two heaviest online spending days in history, with the Tuesday total slightly outpacing that of Cyber Monday 2011.
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January 13, 2015
05:49 EDTBBYBest Buy volatility elevated into holiday sales report
Best Buy January call option volatility is at 110, February is at 50, March is at 47; compared to its 26-week average of 37 according to Track Data, suggesting large price movement into holiday sales report.
05:39 EDTBBYBest Buy upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Goldman
Goldman Sachs upgraded Best Buy to Buy from Neutral saying a pick-up in advanced TV sales and good sector fundamentals should drive better than expected Q4 results. Goldman also thinks shares will react favorably to any capital allocation decisions made by management given the retailer's "hefty" cash position. It raised its price target for shares to $45 from $38. Best Buy closed yesterday up $1.03 to $39.09.
January 12, 2015
16:00 EDTAMZNOptions Update; January 12, 2015
iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures up 1.57 to 33.54. Option volume leaders: AAPL TSLA TWTR AMZN AA SIRI RIG FRO C according to Track Data.
13:31 EDTEBAYPayPal providing new credit options
eBay's PayPal earlier today announced that, for the first time, by leveraging new credit models retailers can customize PayPal Credit will offer a monthly payment option and decide on the number of months and interest rate that works best for their customers. They can also offer interest free options to customers shopping online who are approved in minutes, the payment service said. The new PayPal Credit feature works within the open-ended construct of the PayPal Credit product, allowing customers to divide their larger purchases into substantially equal monthly payments, PayPal stated. This gives consumers more control and helps them to better manage their budget, it added.
09:04 EDTAMZNAmazon wins first Golden Globe for 'Transparent,' Business Insider reports
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07:35 EDTEBAYNational Retail Federation to hold a trade show
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January 11, 2015
17:12 EDTBBYBest Buy shares could rise over 20%, Barron's says
Best Buy shares could rise over 20%, to around $45, driven by 4K television sales, Barron's contends in a feature article. Caution should still be used ahead of earnings, the paper adds. Reference Link
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