eBay has driven up its share value after making bold forecasting claims.
In its forecast of annual earnings the net giant said it would push for an earnings growth of 15 percent to 19 percent over the next three years.
Speaking to investors yesterday the company's head honchos said this was mean a projected revenue of $21.5 billion to $23.5 billion in 2015, compared to $14 billion in 2012.
They said this would be made possible through the company's global expansion as well as drilling down focus in local commerce areas.
They added that the company would also embrace the mobile trends more fully.
And there was a good news for the company's marketplaces business, which hosts external merchants will bring in around $110 billion in sales in 2015, a huge jump from the $75 billion in 2012.
The bold claims have now seen its shares rise by more than four percent, a feat which is sure to impress shareholders and show that chief executive John Donahoe, who joined the company in 2009, has fulfilled part of his promise to get the company back on track after it fell on the wayside amidst strong competition from Amazon.