|Bid||76.020 x 900|
|Ask||76.060 x 800|
|Day's Range||75.820 - 77.170|
|52 Week Range||72.880 - 118.250|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.91|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||22.06|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.30 (4.19%)|
|1y Target Est||94.54|
Azure is Microsoft’s (MSFT) cloud services platform. Although Amazon’s (AMZN) Amazon Web Services (or AWS) continues to be the most popular cloud platform, Azure is growing faster than AWS. Its revenue has continued to grow at a rate of over 75% year-over-year in every quarter.
2018 has been a big year for Nikola Corporation, and investors continue to line up to support the hydrogen-electric truck startup. On Wednesday, Nikola Corporation announced it had completed an oversubscribed Series C funding round that began in August. CEO and founder Trevor Milton said the goal was to raise $150 million.
The ultimate winner, however, was Noah Waisberg, co-founder and chief executive of Kira Systems. Mr Waisberg focused on one area early on, to make artificial intelligence the revolutionary force it is today — whether in reviewing millions of documents for a court case or highlighting costly inefficiencies in contracting. When Noah Waisberg left his job as a transactional lawyer at the New York offices of Weil, Gotshal & Manges to set up a technology company in 2010, it coincided with a rapid advancement of the accuracy and capability of artificial intelligence technologies.
Dividends are a reliable way for investors to generate returns no matter what's going on in the broader market, but even dividend payments aren't 100 percent reliable. As General Electric Company (NYSE: GE) investors know all too well, a company in a cash crunch often considers a dividend cut one of the best ways to shore up an ugly balance sheet. According to Cramer, an extremely high yield is the first sign that a dividend it as risk.
Georgetown Brewing produced roughly 10,000 more barrels than the year before, and co-founder Roger Bialous detailed plans to keep growing.
“It just feels like a much more risky proposition than it did a year ago,” said Shoup, whose Chicago-based firm manages $186 billion in assets, including $100 billion in fixed income, in a phone interview. High-grade bonds may be able to claw back some of the steep losses seen in October if issuance slows, Asian investors stop selling and stock markets stabilize, Shoup said in a Nov. 9 phone interview. “I wouldn’t be surprised if the second half of 2019 really poses some significant challenges and could result in wider spreads,” Shoup said.
Looking for stocks with high upside potential? Just follow the big players within the hedge fund industry. Why should you do so? Let’s take a brief look at what statistics have to say about hedge funds’ stock picking abilities to illustrate. The Standard and Poor’s 500 Index returned approximately 5.7% in the 12 months ending October 26 […]
During Monday night's "Mad Money" program, Jim Cramer wanted to talk about dividends, which can be a lifesaver during market declines like we have seen recently. Dividends are like magic, Cramer said, because investors can reinvest that income and increase their future payouts. In fact, a high yield can be a red flag, Cramer noted.
The "Keurig of cocktails" market in particular is crowded with wannabes that don't seem to be gaining much traction -- Barsy, Bartesian, Somabar, Bibo... am I missing any? Drinkworks is a joint venture between the single-serving coffee pod giant and Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev), and it's building a familiar-looking machine that mixes up cocktails using disposable pods. If anyone can build the Keurig of anything, well, it's got to be Keurig itself, right?
Argus analyst John Eade cut his rating on Budweiser’s parent to Hold from Buy, and says the outlook might be “more challenging.”
A version of this post was originally published on The Fresh Toast. In the past couple of months, we’ve seen Jim Cramer weigh in on pot stocks on "Mad Money," witnessed the debut of a few cannabis companies like Aphria Inc (NYSE: APHA) and Aurora Cannabis Inc (NYSE: ACB) on major stock exchanges like the NYSE, and several multi-million dollar acquisitions close, learned that a heir to Anheuser-Busch Inbev (NYSE: BUD) is debuting his own weed brand, and even had a former MTV executive take over the CEO role at a cannabis-focused media company. Taking cannabis yet another step closer to the mainstream, Tim Seymour, founder and Chief Investment Officer of Seymour Asset Management, best known as the co-host of CNBC’s "Fast Money," led a marijuana-focused investment panel at the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference in Toronto, Canada.
Christine Benz published her annual roundup of capital gains distributions, and it is going to be another painful year for some fund shareholders. One standout is Harbor International HIINX which will distributing 40% of its NAV as capital gains following a manager change earlier this year, larger than the one-third distribution that had been initially foreseen.
The beer industry is facing challenging times as production volume stagnates. U.S. beer sales volume was down 1 percent in 2017, according to statistics from the Brewers Association. Craft beer, which ...
As the largest Anheuser-Busch wholesaler in Missouri, Grey Eagle Distributors for nearly 60 years has focused on giving back to St. Louis nonprofits that support the community.
Streit switched from traditional steel storage more than a year ago at the behest of his supplier, Carlsberg A/S. Because the new vats keep beer fresher longer, the change enabled him to increase the number of taps running at the bar to 22, adding more expensive brews like Jacobsen Yakima India pale ale and Somersby apple cider. One way for brewers and bar owners to boost profits is to sell a greater variety of premium and craft beers such as those that Streit now offers alongside Carlsberg’s namesake lager. The company is marketing the plastic kegs as the most significant innovation in draft beer in 50 years—or since the switch from wooden barrels to steel cylinders.
A three-night festival, dubbed the "Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest" will take place at the renovated State Farm Arena prior to Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta.
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Buying SABMiller and a portfolio of craft brewers was supposed to return AB InBev to growth, but it hasn't worked out that way.
Keurig unveils its new home cocktail machine. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Adam Shapiro, Dan Roberts and Randy Frederick - Vice President of Trading and Derivatives, Schwab discuss.