|Bid||24.12 x 1200|
|Ask||24.16 x 800|
|Day's Range||23.57 - 25.01|
|52 Week Range||21.36 - 43.50|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||N/A|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||34.38|
There’s plenty of top stock trades that are contributed to those losses, too. Shares of Yelp (NASDAQ:YELP) are being smashed on Friday, down more than 30% after coming up short on revenue. The fall sent YELP down to its lowest levels in more than a year — to $32.
Dropbox Inc. earned more cash from each user and grew its paying customer base in the third quarter, as the company continued to narrow its losses and grew sales faster than Wall Street expectations.
Stock futures fell, led by techs: Disney earnings beat and CEO Bob Iger gave streaming updates. Shares flirted with a buy point. Yelp, Trade Desk, Activision, Dropbox were big earnings movers.
Dropbox Inc’s (NASDAQ:DBX): Dropbox Inc. provides a collaboration platform worldwide. With the latest financial year loss of -US$112m and a trailing-twelve month of -US$521m, the US$10.1b market-cap amplifies its loss Read More...
Dropbox Inc (NASDAQ: DBX) reported Thursday a top-and-bottom-line beat in its third-quarter release. JMP Securities' Patrick Walravens maintains a Market Outperform rating on Dropbox with an unchanged $37 price target. KeyBanc Capital Markets' Rob Owens maintains at Overweight, unchanged $40 price target.
were spiking after quarterly earnings for the cloud software company beat analysts' expectations and the company showed progress on several fronts. Dropbox also raised its full-year revenue guidance to a range of $1.38 billion to $1.39 billion. Perhaps just as important as the beat-and-raise was the strength Dropbox showed with customers.
Dropbox stock (NASDAQ:DBX) is skyrocketing late in the day Thursday as the file-sharing service provider posted its latest quarterly earnings results, which topped what analysts were calling for by a decent margin. The Wall Street consensus estimate was calling for the file-sharing app operator to amass adjusted earnings of 6 cents per share, according to data compiled by FactSet. Dropbox stock soared more than 8.8% after the bell on Thursday as the file-sharing service provider unveiled a strong earnings showing for its third quarter.
The San Francisco-based company said it had a loss of 1 cent per share. Earnings, adjusted for stock option expense, came to 11 cents per share. The results exceeded Wall Street expectations. The average ...
Dropbox earnings reported after the market close Thursday came in ahead of expectations, as did revenue, as Dropbox stock rose in after-hours trading.
File sharing and storage company Dropbox Inc on Thursday topped Wall Street targets for quarterly revenue and profit, benefiting from an expanded customer base and higher revenue per user. The company's ...
File sharing and storage company Dropbox Inc on Thursday topped Wall Street targets for quarterly revenue, benefiting from an expanded customer base and higher revenue per user. The company said it had ...
Coronet said on Thursday it has entered into a partnership with Dropbox (DBX.O) that is expected to bring the Israeli cybersecurity firm millions of new users for its data breach protection platform. As part of the partnership, Coronet said it will complement Dropbox’s own security features with the integration of its platform, which detects and blocks suspicious behavior. "We believe this market is underprotected because it can't afford enterprise-grade security and even if it could, it can't manage it because it's complex," co-founder and Chief Information Security Officer Dror Liwer told Reuters.
Today Dropbox (DBX) strengthened its global collaboration platform by announcing partnerships and integrations that will give Dropbox Business customers access to more of the advanced security features they’ve been asking for. Business collaboration today happens everywhere, in and out of the office, and across multiple devices. Protecting content in these varied environments is one of the reasons Dropbox Business has been deployed in companies around the world.
Disney's earnings and the Federal Reserve's latest policy statement will be the highlights Thursday.
Today Dropbox (DBX) announced a big step in the evolution of its global collaboration platform and partner ecosystem with Dropbox Extensions—new integrations and capabilities that let users launch everyday business workflows such as file editing, send for eSignature, video annotation, and send electronic fax directly from Dropbox. With the support of strategic and category-leading partners, Dropbox Extensions will give customers more freedom to use their preferred tools directly with Dropbox, helping them move projects forward and keeping collaborative teams in flow.
Dropbox (DBX) stock is down 10% since the start of October 2018. Since April 2018, the stock has declined ~20%. Does this mean Dropbox has bottomed out and is trading at an attractive valuation? Let’s see what Wall Street thinks.
Will Dropbox Beat Third-Quarter Estimates? In the previous part, we saw that Dropbox (DBX) increased its paid subscriber base by 400,000 in the second quarter to 11.9 million. At the time of Dropbox’s IPO, the company stated that its total user base was around 500 million, which indicates that Dropbox has monetized less than 2.5% of its user base.
Will Dropbox Beat Third-Quarter Estimates? In the previous part of this series, we discussed that analysts expect Dropbox’s (DBX) revenues to rise 23% in the third quarter of 2018. The expected rise would translate into revenue growth of 24% for Dropbox in 2018.
The upcoming earnings results are critical for Dropbox (DBX). Dropbox stock is currently trading at $24.03, which is 12.5% above its 52-week low of $21.36 and 45% below its 52-week high of $43.50. Analysts have a low earnings estimate of $0.05 and a high estimate of $0.07 for Dropbox for the quarter ended in September 2018.
Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust (SMT.L), one of Britain's early backers of tech companies such as Alibaba (BABA.N), Dropbox (DBX.O) and Spotify (SPOT.N), said its collective pre-IPO bets had more than quadrupled in value since they were first made. Traditionally the preserve of large institutions and well-connected, wealthy individuals, Scottish Mortgage Trust is able to invest in illiquid, unlisted firms partly because as a listed entity it can raise funds without having to worry about investors later suddenly demanding their money back. On Friday, the Edinburgh-based company run by Baillie Gifford fund managers James Anderson and Tom Slater, detailed for the first time how that strategy had paid off.
2018 has seen strong activity in the U.S initial public offering (IPO) market, with the most active second and third quarters since 2014. The third quarter saw the launch of 60 IPOs, which raised around $13.4 billion thanks to bigger IPO prices than the third quarter of 2017. When looking at recent IPO activity, 2014 was undoubtedly […]
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