Digital services providers are expected to post quarterly results for the fourth quarter, which is expected to include the results of the Amazon Digital Service, a division that offers digital video streaming and digital photo sharing services.
Digital services companies are expected have earnings of $5.8 billion, according to the most recent estimate from Jefferies LLC.
Analysts have been expecting earnings of between $6 billion and $7 billion.
Analytics firm Cowen & Fitzgerald expects Amazon Digital to report $6.8.
Digital service provider Priceline.com Inc, which owns online shopping platform Amazon.com, is expected at $6,000, according the report.
Digital content provider Netflix Inc is expected by analysts to post earnings of about $6 million.
Analytic firm Bernstein expects Amazon to post about $4.8 per share, down from $4 billion to $4,500 per share for Amazon last quarter.
Analytically, Bernstein expects a revenue loss of about 10 cents per share in the fourth-quarter, from a revenue of $11.9 billion to about $12.1 billion.
Amazon’s earnings were largely driven by the sale of some of its digital video business, which was the biggest seller of digital content during the fourth quarters of 2016.
Amazon also has been growing its own digital content business.
The company posted revenue of about 50 cents per user in the first quarter of 2017.
The revenue rose to more than $3 billion in the second quarter of the year.
Amazon has also been investing heavily in its video business.
Amazon will begin offering video streaming services on the Kindle Fire TV device in the third quarter.
Amazon said it will start offering video on its own streaming service in the United States in the fall.
The video on the streaming service is priced at $19.99 per month.