Here's how every major Wall Street analyst reacted to Amazon's third quarter earnings report

Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon
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Amazon's strong third-quarter earnings report spurred several Wall Street analysts to boost their price targets for the stock.

In its report Thursday afternoon, the e-commerce giant easily topped Wall Street estimates for earnings and revenue in the third quarter, but guidance for high Covid-related costs during the fourth quarter gave some analysts pause. The stock was down nearly 4% in Friday morning trading to roughly $3,087 per share.