Tablet maker Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) dropped share in the tablet market in the Q1 as Kindle Fire sales plunged and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s iPad extended its lead to 68%, according to IDC.
The Kindle Fire, which runs on Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG)’s Android operating system, reported that its share plummeted to around 4%, from 17% in the December phase, the Framingham, Massachusetts-based research company declared in a statement. Apple’s market share jumped from 55%.
NASDAQ:AMZN reported the loss of -0.35% and closed at $229.45 with the total traded volume of 4.06 million shares. Its price to sales ratio ended at 2.01and its price to cash per share was $ 18.09. Its market capitalization is $ 103.37 billion. The stock owned by the Financial Institutions was 67.01% while by insiders was 19.66%.
NASDAQ:AAPL has the market capitalization of $544.04 billion, enterprise value of $515.50 billion. The company has the price over sales value of $3.82 whereas its price over book value of $5.31 for the most recent quarter. AAPL has the total of cash of $28.54 billion as compares to total debt which remained at flat for the most recent quarter with the current ratio of 1.58 for the most recent quarter.
The stock has a 52-week high price of $644.00 and its 52-week low was recorded at $310.50, has 50-Day moving average was $602.34 and 200-Day moving average was $477.38.
NASDAQ:GOOG’s reported the increase of +0.62% to close at $611.02 with the overall traded volume of 1.87 million shares. Its market capitalization was $199.20 billion. Its debt to equity ratio was 0.09. Its beta value stands at 1.09 times and return on equity was 19.59%.
GOOG has the total of 326.01 million outstanding shares as compares to 258.80 million shares that were floated in the market.
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