Amazon's (AMZN) Q1 Y/Y paid unit growth was 30%, the company discloses in its CC; that's down...
Amazon's (AMZN) Q1 Y/Y paid unit growth was 30%, the company discloses in its CC; that's down from Q4's 32% and Q3's 39%, but still above rev. growth of 22%. 3rd-party sellers (some of them upset over fee hikes) made up 40% of unit sales vs. 39% in Q4 and 41% in Q3; they've been a major source of gross margin growth. Digital content sales growth slowed down, leading physical units to rise over 300 bps Y/Y as a % of total units. Forex expected to have a 275 bps impact on Q2 rev. growth. North America had a $457M op. profit in Q1, international a $16M op. loss. Active customer accounts rose to 209M+ from 200M+ in Q4. AMZN now -3% AH. (Q1: I, II)
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