Amazon Disappointed Investors Despite Making 100 Billion USD in Quarterly Revenue; Its CFO Expects Slower Growth in the Months to Come

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An increasing number of people are reverting back to pre-covid shopping habits, and perhaps nobody felt the shockwave better than Amazon. After falling short of analysts’ forecasts, the company stock slid over 7% in extended-hours trading last Thursday.

Now, it’s up to the company’s new CEO, Andy Jassy, to reassure investors as to how the business is planning to retain its record growth, especially under the mounting scrutiny of regulators both on U.S. and European soil.

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