- Amazon's Operating cash flow increased by 53% to $17.6 billion for the past 12 months.
- The company's Net sales is up by 23% to $35.7 billion in the first quarter.
- Guidance for second quarter net sales looks very good.
- Prime is getting more features and more users.
Last Thursday April 27, after the market closed, Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) released their first quarter earnings for 2017 and they not only did they meet their already high expectations, they shattered them. It was predicted that they will have 1.12 per share; Amazon obliterated this expectation reporting $1.48 Earnings Per Share.
Amazon.com Inc's (AMZN.O) retail and cloud-computing sales rose in the first quarter, inching above Wall Street's expectations and sending the company's shares to an all-time high in extended trading.
Amazon's revenue has soared in recent years, as people's shopping has shifted online and businesses have moved their IT to the cloud where Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the biggest player.
Amazon Prime, which offers fast shipping and video streaming to members, helped raise the company's subscription sales by 52% in the first quarter. Sign ups are key to Amazon's strategy because Prime encourages shoppers to buy more goods, more often.
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