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News For AMZN;EBAY;BBY;WMT;TGT;SCOR From The Last 14 Days
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July 15, 2015
16:28 EDTAMZNOn The Fly: Top stock stories for Wednesday
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15:27 EDTAMZNAmazon.com says Prime Day peak order rates already exceed 2014 Black Friday
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14:53 EDTEBAYNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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14:02 EDTEBAYeBay technical notes ahead of earnings, levels to watch
The shares broke out of a long base in April of this year that had begun forming in January 2013. The breakout level was at $60. If the news continues to be bullish, a projection forward of the bullish price channel suggests a move to $70 would be possible. If the news is a bearish surprise, the $60 level is the first big test of support. A breakdown back below that area would put an end to the current breakout. Next support below would be at $57.59, which is the 10-month moving average and a good proxy for the low of the current bullish price channel.
13:37 EDTAMZNAmazon's 'Prime Day' peak order rates surpass 2014's Black Friday, CNBC says
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13:29 EDTAMZNAmazon users complain about Prime Day troubles, CNBC reports
Amazon's Prime Day, a day full of savings for customers of Amazon's "Prime" status, has received negative feedback from users, who complained that the deals didn't match the hype, CNBC reports. High profile items such as Amazon's Fire TV Stick lasted only a couple of hours before the savings were fully claimed, and the waitlist for the device was filled soon after, leading to many frustrated customers complaining that they were intentionally misled, the report says. The company said it was part of a bigger plan to "stagger the deals to make sure the fun will last through tonight," Bloomberg reports, citing a company spokeswoman. Amazon experience problems dealing with its surge of customers heading to the site in the middle of the day, according to data from Catchpoint Systems. Reference Link
13:23 EDTEBAYGoogle unveils Purchases on Google, other shopping features
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09:08 EDTAMZNAmazo Studios announces Spike Lee's Chi-Raq as Amazon original movie
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07:04 EDTEBAYITUS enters into settlement and license agreement with eBay, Vendio, Auctiva
ITUS (ITUS) announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Auction Acceleration Corporation, has entered into a Settlement and License Agreement with eBay (EBAY), Auctiva, LLC, and Vendio Services, LLC. The Settlement and License Agreement resolves a lawsuit between the parties that was filed on September 8, 2014 in The United States District Court for the Northern District of California, which will be dismissed. AAC owns the rights to patents that cover presentation and cross selling technologies enabling auction sellers to cross-sell and upsell additional items to interested buyers, resulting in incremental sales and higher yields per transaction.
06:45 EDTWMTWal-Mart's Yihaodian.com chairman, CEO quit, Reuters says
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