E-commerce emergence as major market player in the stock exchanges

Introduction:their needy goods offline, by travelling to the shops. After the emergence of the e-commerce, things have changed. People start ordering their goods anywhere, anytime. The motive was accepted by the retail offline shops, and they have been joining the platform of e-commerce in the developed and developing countries. The e-commerce spread its control over from retail goods to the real estate business. E-commerce are of three kinds;
 B2C (Business to Consumer) Ex: McDonald, Amazon, Walmart etc.
 B2B (Business to Business) Ex: Dun & Badstreet, IBM, Marketo etc.
 C2C (Consumer to Consumer) Ex: e-bay, Etsy, Molotok etc.
Market future: in the beginning of the e-commerce trade in the world had suffered to some extent in issue like delivery time, product handling, reaching remotest areas, and trust problems. After the improvement in all these sectors e-commerce market is booming day by day. Some experts predicted that it has been developing its market, by delivering products through drones, product curation & pay monthly models, tracking stores and developing AI (Artificial Intelligence).
Major e-commerce companies in the stock exchanges: the growth of e-commerce or online marketing stands on many factors like density of buyers, transportations, government regulations etc. China is the major leader in promoting the business to consumer platform. Some of the large cap will be discussed in this article.
 Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA) – it is the major leader in the sector of online marketing based in china. It has market over both retail and wholesale trade. It is listed in the worldwide exchanges.
Stock exchange: NYSE (New York Stock Exchange)
Stock price: $99.85 USD
P/E ratio: 35.94
 Amazon: it is the most well-known company in the world wide. It has its business over Kindle, Fire TV and Fire phone. It is based in the United States of America.
Stock exchange: NASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers)
Stock price: $787 USD
P/E ratio: 180.49

 Ctrip.com International, Ltd: is a travel service provider. The company provides all of the standard travel services, including accommodations, reservations and transportation ticketing in addition to helping their customers book vacation packages and guided tours.
Stock exchange: NASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers) Stock price: $43 USD
P/E ratio: 145.7

 eBay Inc.: Operates one of the most well-known online trading platforms in the world. Through their website individuals and businesses can buy and sell items online. The company also owns PayPal, which is a popular digital payment service.
Stock exchange: NASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers)
Stock price: $28 USD
P/E ratio: 17.58

 Expedia, Inc.: Expedia is an online travel company. The company is home to a number of well-known travel brands including: Expedia.com, Hotels.com, Hotwire, Travelocity. Stock exchange: NASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers) Stock price: $125 USD P/E ratio: 105.64


Author: Editorial staff of 70trades reviews blog