Amazon.com, Inc.(NASDAQ:AMZN) turns sharply lower in after hour market activity and slumped as much as 3% to $213.50 after the company reported less than estimated second quarter earnings. Moreover, the company projected much lower than estimated revenue for the third quarter.
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The company posted net income of $7 million or a penny a share, down 96% from a year ago profit of $191 million, or $0.41 a share,, missing analysts’ estimate by a penny. Revenue during the quarter came in at $12.83 billion, up 29% year over year, again missing analysts target of $12.89 billion.
For the third quarter, the company projects to generate revenue of between $12.9 billion and $14.3 billion, shy of analysts’ estimate of $14.10 billion.
Facebook Inc(NASDAQ:FB) slumped another 9% in extended session after plunging 8.50% in regular session as the company failed to surprise investors with big earnings or revenue. The company swung to second quarter loss of $157 million, or 8 cents a share, reversing a year ago net income of $240 million, or 11 cents a share, when the company was private.
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Shares of FB are showing wild moves in after hours as the stock was recently down over 10% to record low after gaining 8% just within a minute after reporting numbers. The stock ended lower 8.50% in the regular session.
Monthly active users jumped 29% from a year ago at 955 million and daily active users added 32% to 552 million. Mobile monthly active users were 543 million, jumped 67%.During the first quarter, Facebook had 901 million monthly visitors and 526 million daily visitors.