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The Australian Listed E-Commerce Index is consistently outperforming the ASX200, but is investor confidence faltering?
Some on the E-Com Index are recording massive gains, while others are dragging down the average. Who are the ASX winners and losers this week?
Have we turned a corner? Online retail is outperforming the ASX-200 with investor confidence looking strong.
Are investors short-sighted when it comes to ASX-listed e-commerce companies? How will history view the current state of digital investment?
Bike Exchange shares shed 34% in the last three months, but Cettire, Redbubble and MyDeal recorded spectacular growth, bringing the average up.
Gross Profits aren't enough to satisfy investors, with FY21 results announcements leading to upheaval on the ASX for some listed e-com companies.
Redbubble's full-year results have indicated the 'strongest year' for artists and the platform alike, both achieving growth in FY21.
BikeExchange's previously gentle ride is looking bumpy after the release of its Q4 results. Who's tracking well and who is on a steep decline?
The ASX-listed E-Commerce Index may be ahead of the ASX 200, but not all retailers are bringing the average up.
What does the noticeable change in the last day tell us about market sentiment? And has the consumer shift online translated into investor confidence when it comes to ASX-listed e-comm companies?
Looking at ASX-listed e-commerce company performance over time, not all online retailers are measuring up. Who's up? Who's down? What's next?