|Bid||35.90 x 300|
|Ask||35.91 x 200|
|Day's Range||35.81 - 36.32|
|52 Week Range||29.12 - 36.67|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||18.89|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.16 (3.23%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Cisco Systems Inc.’s forecast of a return to revenue growth after a two-year drought send shares Thursday to levels not seen since the dot-com boom and analysts scrambling to raise stock price targets ...
Cisco Systems Inc. investors are pinning their hopes that the company’s promised return to revenue growth will be sustainable amid a transformation in its business model.
The Nasdaq composite returned to its dot-com-era heights 2½ years ago, but it took Cisco Systems—a darling of that heady time—until last week to regain its footing. As investors in Cisco (CSCO) cheered an upbeat outlook by the company on Wednesday evening, its stock surged 5% the next day, to a new high since Feb. 2, 2001 of $35.88. After more than 16 years in the wilderness, those following the networking titan were ready on Thursday to declare that Cisco is back.
Stocks were mixed for the week as Wal-Mart and Cisco soared on strong earnings and future prospects. GE failed to thrill investors while Tesla unveiled its Semi truck.
In fiscal 1Q18, Cisco’s (CSCO) Applications business segment's revenue rose 6% YoY (year-over-year) to $1.2 billion, up from $1.13 billion in 1Q17.
Cisco (CSCO) now has five reporting segments: Infrastructure Platforms, Applications, Security, Other Products, and Services.
The US-based (SPY) tech (QQQ) heavyweight Cisco (CSCO) announced its fiscal 1Q18 results on November 15 and reported revenue of $12.1 billion.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer was pleased with Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins's comments on CNBC that the company would reinvest its cash sitting overseas if a repatriation ...
Shares of Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) rallied 5% on Thursday after the networking equipment vendor posted fiscal first-quarter 2018 earnings that topped analysts' estimates. Revenue fell 2% annually to $12.14 ...
The Dow traversed a tense week, suffering losses on two consecutive days after a key component cut its dividend significantly.
Cisco shares surged to 16-year highs this week, but one strategist warns the rally is nothing more than a short squeeze.
Wal-Mart and Cisco Systems skyrocketed Thursday on strong earnings reports. They are among several no-growth giants acting like growth stocks as investors see bright futures.
Jim Cramer says don't be too quick to ascribe today's gains just to tax reform. This rally was roaring well before that. Instead, credit Cisco and Wal-Mart Stores.
After two years of declines, Cisco expects to return to growth in its second fiscal quarter, despite a headwind created by its shift to subscription products.
Jim Cramer said the old-school tech company could be ready to make a comeback, despite the moves of Warren Buffett.
Cisco Systems CEO Chuck Robbins talks about the company's quarterly results and it plans to "fundamentally reinvent the networking industry" for its customers while increasing security.