Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) [Trend Analysis] try to make new thrust in street and making different trends, stocks trading ended with 1.09% to $766.00. Amazon (AMZN) Now, the company’s 2-hour delivery service for essential household items, was on Monday officially rolled out to Delhi and Mumbai. As before, with the Bengaluru launch in February, the service is also only accessible for select pin codes in the respective cities.
The Amazon Now service promises deliveries within two hours of ordering (Express Delivery), and, consumers can also choose to have their groceries slated to be delivered within a two-hour time slot from between 10am and 10pm (Slated Delivery). Amazon Now is only accessible via is Android app, which is accessible from Google Play.
The company says it will be made accessible for other platforms soon, implying iOS.Notably, the Amazon Now listing on Google Play mentions the service is accessible in Hyderabad as well, where it’s presumed to be in its trial period. Notably, several users in Delhi had noticed the service was accessible for them as far back as August, and the online retail giant seems to be soft-launching the service in cities and assessing feasibility before making announcements.
The app store listing also mentions NCR (National Capital Region) alongside Delhi, indicating the service is accessible in a trial run in select regions across the greater metropolitan area as well. The share price of AMZN attracts active investors, as stock price of week volatility recorded 1.79%. The stock is going forward to its 52-week low with 61.60% and lagging behind from its 52-week high price with -9.59%.
Allied World Assurance Company Holdings, AG (NYSE:AWH) [Trend Analysis] moved up reacts as active mover, shares an increase 13.09% to traded at $51.76 and the percentage gap between open changing to regular change was 11.58%. PremWatsa, the investor known as Canada’s answer to Warren Buffett, has given Donald Trump a vote of confidence with a $5bn deal designed to increase his exposure to the US economy. MrWatsa’s company, Fairfax Financial, reported plans to buy insurer Allied World (AWH), which does most of its business in North America.
MrWatsa said that Mr Trump’s policies on tax, regulation and infrastructure made him hopeful for the US economy.“The recent election . . . has a strong potential to make the business climate for growth great again,” he said. “We believe the US may see important growth in GDP and our business in the US will benefit from any such positive development.”Fairfax has offered $54 in cash and shares for each share in Switzerland-based Allied World, an 18 per cent premium to the target’s closing share price on Friday. The firm past twelve months price to sales ratio was 1.49 and price to cash ratio remained 5.14. As far as the returns are concern, the return on equity was recorded as 8.30% and return on investment was 3.20% while its return on asset stayed at 2.20%. The firm has total debt to equity ratio measured as 0.23.