|Bid||271.22 x 900|
|Ask||275.22 x 1200|
|Day's Range||266.62 - 273.78|
|52 Week Range||143.95 - 277.61|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||62.41|
|Earnings Date||Dec 13, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||290.28|
Adobe Systems (ADBE) closed the most recent trading day at $270.79, moving +0.97% from the previous trading session.
Apple is taking a break after having gained more than 20% during a move past a 179.04 buy point. Amazon.com dropped sharply.
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Wall Street grew a bit concerned in some quarters as rising wages prompted inflation fears. Elsewhere, key man risk took its toll on the stocks of a couple of major companies.
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To receive further updates on this Adobe Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADBE) trade as well as an alert when it’s time to take profits, sign up for a risk-free trial of SlingShot Trader today. ADBE released its quarterly earnings last week and beat revenue estimates by $40 million and earnings estimates by $0.04 per share — coming in at $2.29 billion and $1.73 per share, respectively. Looking at the chart of ADBE, you can see the stock has not only broken out to a new high but also broken above the up-trending resistance level that marked the top of the up-trending channel the stock has been in since the company’s last earnings announcement in June.
Adobe’s (ADBE) Adobe Creative Cloud has historically been the company’s main source of revenue. $1.36 billion came from the Creative Cloud. Adobe is rumored to be holding talks with Vista Equity Partners to buy marketing automation company Marketo, which it acquired back in May 2016 for $1.8 billion.
International trade issues continue to hang over the U.S. stock indexes, but President Trump's determination appears unshakable.
Small caps were the strongest performers Friday as the Russell 2000 ended with a gain of 0.5%. Dave & Buster's soared on earnings.
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Stocks opened to narrow gains Friday with AMD, Shite and Nio posting strong early moves, while Tilray led a sell off among marijuana issues.
The stock market turned mixed Friday morning. Apple fell after negative commentary while Adobe Systems advanced on strong earnings.
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U.S. stocks ended little changed on Friday as financials rose with bond yields, while news that President Donald Trump instructed aides to proceed with tariffs on about $200 billion of Chinese products limited gains. Benchmark U.S. Treasury yields rose above 3 percent earlier in the day but were last off those levels.
A Bay Area marketing software company that has been growing significantly in Denver for the past couple years is now rumored to be bought out by software giant Adobe Systems. Reuters reported Wednesday that Adobe (Nasdaq: ADBE) is in talks with Marketo, a software company that focuses on marketing automation. Marketo’s technology would amp up Adobe’s software, Adobe Marketing Cloud, which competes with Marketo’s product.
U.S. retail sales in August rose 0.1%, the weakest increase in six months. Stocks ended flat on Friday, Sept. 14, following a Bloomberg report that said Donald Trump wants to move ahead with $200 billion of tariffs on China despite news the countries were looking to re-start trade talks. Trump could be running low on products he can target without backlash from major U.S. companies and consumers, two of the people said.