Emarketer predicts that Amazon’s golden day in 2020 could generate nearly $10 billion in sales, marking the start of the holiday shopping season. In its first gold day forecast, emarketer expects sales of $9.91 billion, including $6.17 billion in the United States. Amazon Prime day will be held on October 13 and 14. This is usually a summer event, but was delayed by a coronavirus pandemic. “Despite the uncertain economic situation, consumers will continue to invest heavily in e-commerce and actively seek trading opportunities before the holidays,” emarketer wrote “It’s important that we believe Amazon will benefit from the early start of holiday shopping, and gold day represents a ‘good’ pull that will help maintain demand smoothly into the fourth quarter,” JPMorgan said < / P > < p > “we expect that online shopping will accelerate further in this holiday season, and Amazon has entered its busiest quarter. It has seen huge demand and delivery time, which has not yet returned to the pre-2019 level. But we believe Amazon is ready to deal with the holiday shopping frenzy by expanding its warehouse area by 50% – including building 100 new operating buildings in September – and Amazon logistics (amzl) will deliver more than 50% of its packages from Amazon’s logistics center, reducing its dependence on third-party shippers. ” Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen

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