43.07 +0.06 (0.14%)
After hours: 7:54PM EST
|Bid||43.07 x 1800|
|Ask||44.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||42.48 - 43.70|
|52 Week Range||35.97 - 59.37|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||N/A|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Mar 7, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||58.83|
Dell Technologies has gotten a tepid response from Wall Street since returning as a publicly traded company late last month. Dell stock has trended down since it went public for the second time.
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Overall worldwide PC sales declined for both the fourth quarter and year in 2018, while Lenovo Group Ltd. and Dell Technologies Inc.'s share of the market grew, according to research firm Gartner on Thursday. Global PC sales fell 4.3% to 68.6 million units in the fourth quarter, and 1.3% to 259.4 million in 2018, Gartner said. "Just when demand in the PC market started seeing positive results, a shortage of CPUs (central processing units) created supply chain issues," said Mikako Kitagawa, senior principal analyst at Gartner, in a statement. "After two quarters of growth in 2Q18 and 3Q18, PC shipments declined in the fourth quarter." Market share for Lenovo and Dell grew, however. Lenovo's market share grew to 24.2% from 21.9% in the fourth quarter, and to 22.5% from 20.8% for the year, overtaking HP Inc. for the top spot over both periods. Dell retained its third-place standing while its market share grew to 15.9% from 15% for the fourth quarter, and 16.2% from 15.1% for the year. Sales of Apple Inc. PCs remained in fourth place while market share rose fractionally to 7.2% for the quarter and declined fractionally to 6.9% for the year.
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If you want to know who really controls Dell Technologies Inc. (NYSE:DELL), then you'll have to look at the makeup of its share registry. Large companies usually have institutions as Read More...
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ROUND ROCK, Texas , Jan. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Dell Technologies (NYSE: DELL) announces Jeff Clarke , vice chairman of Products and Operations, will present at the Citi 2019 Global TMT West Conference ...
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Shares in Dell Technologies gained Friday as the information technology giant returned to the public markets after a five-year absence, also sparking gains in Dell-controlled VMware, Pivotal Software and SecureWorks. Meanwhile, JPMorgan initiated coverage on Dell stock with an overweight rating.
The computer maker is trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol 'DELL', after it bought back shares (DVMT.N) that tracked the financial performance of software maker VMware (VMW.N), in which Dell held an 81 percent stake. Buying back the shares allowed Dell to bypass the traditional IPO process, which would likely have involved grilling by investors over the company's $52.7 billion debt pile.
The computer maker is trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol 'DELL', after it bought back shares that tracked the financial performance of software maker VMware, in which Dell held an 81 percent stake. Buying back the shares allowed Dell to bypass the traditional IPO process, which would likely have involved grilling by investors over the company's $52.7 billion debt pile.
Dell Technologies Inc. completed its complex share swap today and has started trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Dell (NYSE: DELL) shares opened Friday at $46 a pop, according to Reuters, valuing the business at $16 billion. Neither Dell nor owners of DVMT — the tracking stock established to reflect the company's 80 percent ownership stake in publicly traded VMware (NYSE: VMW) — could agree on the enterprise value of Dell ahead of a Dec. 11 vote, when shareholders approved the reverse merger.
Annette Clayton, CEO of North American Operation at Schneider Electric since 2016, will join the Duke Energy Board of and serve on the audit and nuclear oversight committees.
Dell said its Class C shares are expected to begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Dec. 28. The company sweetened the offer for the VMware tracking stockholders to $23.9 billion from $21.7 billion in November, helping it win backing from shareholders, including Carl Icahn, who had opposed the initial offer. Icahn, who owns 9.3 percent stake in Dell tracking stock, along with other hedge fund investors had opposed the first offer from Dell, saying it massively undervalued the tracking stock.
The results come ahead of voting on the company's offer to buy back shares tied to its 81 percent economic stake in VMware Inc (VMW.N), which would allow Dell a return to public markets without going through the rigours of a traditional initial public offer process. Dell earlier this month sweetened its cash-and-stock offer to $23.9 billion, winning backing from shareholders including Carl Icahn, who had opposed the initial bid, as well as from Elliott Management and Canyon Partners.
The results come ahead of voting on the company's offer to buy back shares tied to its 81 percent economic stake in software maker VMware (VMW.N), which would allow a return to public markets without going through the rigors of a traditional initial public offer process. Dell earlier this month sweetened its cash-and-stock offer to $23.9 billion, winning backing from shareholders including Carl Icahn, who had opposed the initial bid, as well as from Elliott Management and Canyon Partners.
The Consumer Electronics Show is still in full effect, where tech companies fill a Vegas Hall for a first look at this year's office. Yahoo Finance's Dan Howley is live with Dell's Client Product Group President, Jay Parker.