Amazon.Com Inc.’s (AMZN) shares dropped almost 8% after the world’s largest online retailer told shareholders that it expects to incur $4 billion in coronavirus-related costs in the second quarter resulting in a potential loss during the same period.

Shares in Amazon fell 7.6% to $2,286.04 in U.S. trading on Friday. The Seattle-based online retailer said it expects operating income in the second quarter to be in the range of a loss of $1.5 billion to a profit of $1.5 billion, down from the earnings of $3.1 billion it reported in the same period a year ago. The company sees net sales in the range of $75 billion and $81 billion, or to grow between 18% and 28% compared with the same quarter a year earlier.

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