|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||79.2500 - 81.6000|
|52 Week Range||68.7700 - 107.2200|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||N/A|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||-0.00|
|Earnings Date||Mar 7, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||105.00|
Our call of the day is Dell after RBC started coverage on the company with an outperform rating and $56 dollar price target.
Jim Cramer and VMware COO Sanjay Poonen, who focuses on customer operations, discuss the company's relationship with Dell and what a multi-cloud world looks like.
Dell Technologies Inc (NYSE: DELL ), which recently returned to the public markets through an unconventional transaction, is a worthy investment, according to Raymond James. The Analyst Analyst Simon Leopold ...
Wall Street analysts on Monday turned positive on several companies that make consumer electronics and personal computers. Among them, Dell stock received a buy rating.
This weekend's Barron's cover story examines S&P 500 companies with the most exposure to climate risks. Another featured article takes a look at some stocks perfectly positioned for slowing economic growth. ...
The technology conglomerate has $50 billion in debt, but powered by VMware and a group of strong, if mature, businesses, the stock has room to rise
In a year when most tradable assets declined in value, Barron’s had a mixed record of pointing investors toward the winners and warning them away from the losers. In the interest of accountability and transparency, Barron’s tracks its stock picks in the magazine and online. Shares of the 71 companies we wrote about bullishly fell 10.5% on average, versus 9.5% for their benchmarks.
Citigroup initiated coverage of Dell late Tuesday with a "buy" rating, while setting a price target of $55 a share. Dell was up more than 2% at one point Wednesday afternoon, closing in on $45 a share, before falling back to $44.62, or a 1.27% gain at the close. Citigroup analyst Jim Suva argued the market hasn't fully caught up yet with Dell's aggressive plans to pay down its debt.
Billionaire Michael Dell, chief executive officer of the eponymous technology giant, rejected a suggestion by U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of a 70-percent marginal tax rate on the wealthiest Americans. “No, I’m not supportive of that,” Dell said at a Davos panel on making digital globalization inclusive. Three weeks after Ocasio-Cortez floated the idea in an interview on “60 Minutes” to raise the top marginal tax rate on Americans’ income of more than $10 million to 70 percent, it was a hot topic at the gathering of the global financial and political elite.
After spending five years as a private company, Dell Technologies is back in the hands of the public, and CEO Michael Dell says he's "very much ready to be so." He claims the tech giant is in "a very good spot" and investing at a rapid pace.
Dell Technologies Inc (NASDAQ: DELL ) received some attention from Wall Street Tuesday, but the analyst said there are too many question marks to feel confident about the stock at its current price. The ...
Now his holding in Dell Technologies Inc., which listed on the New York Stock Exchange last month, stands at $17 billion, according to calculations by Bloomberg. “Over the last six years, the company has transformed into a $90 billion essential infrastructure provider with outstanding financial performance and a leading portfolio of end-to-end technology solutions,” a Dell Technologies spokesman said in an emailed statement. Dell’s fortune is now $27 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, a ranking of the world’s 500 richest people, up from $15 billion in 2013.
It's been a busy CES for Dell's Alienware gaming brand. They unveiled the most customizable laptop we've ever seen -- the Area 51m -- as well as a slim new 17-inch notebook, both of which feature NVIDIA's powerful mobile RTX graphics.
Dell Technologies is pursuing power users with its new personal computers, which include a redesigned lineup of PCs for gamers. At CES 2019, Dell introduced a parade of sleek new notebooks.
As it does nearly every CES, Dell has unveiled its latest, revamped XPS 13 laptops. Dell managed to shrink the bezels to 4mm and fit it into the size of an 11-inch laptop, despite the 13.3-inch display. On top of the Dolby Vision option, a "CinemaStream" feature boosts the bandwidth of videos and music, while the Waves Maxx CinemaSound will kick out better audio.
It's possible to jump to the Nasdaq or NYSE without the trouble of an IPO, which can take months and cost millions of dollars in extra fees.
VMware is down big after paying a massive special dividend, Dell is a publicly trading company again, and the tracking stock is no more.
-- Dell's Class C shares began trading on the NYSE on Friday. With Dell stating it has 754.9 million shares outstanding after the close of the DVMT deal and $44.4 billion in net debt (cash minus debt) as of Nov. 2, the company currently sports a market cap of about $34 billion and an enterprise value of slightly over $78 billion.
Dell Technologies Inc. made its re-entry to the public markets Friday, five years after its eponymous founder and a big private-equity firm took it private in the biggest-ever technology leveraged buyout. Instead it opted for a complex $24 billion cash-and-equity deal where it bought out the shareholders of a pre-existing stock—known by its ticker DVMT—that tracked Dell’s interest in software-maker VMware Inc. The newly public shares are trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol DELL as DVMT is retired.
After spending almost six years as a private company, Dell made its return to publicly traded life Friday on the New York Stock Exchange. Dell opened at $46, and closed down slightly at $45.41. In 2013, CEO Michael Dell and Silver Lake teamed up to take Dell private with a $24.4 billion buyout.
The weekend is finally here, but before we get to celebrating and kicking off pre-New Year festivities, here's a recap of what you're missing on TheStreet. U.S. markets experienced another sour day of trading Friday in a session marked by high volatility as all three major indices closed trading in negative territory. Friday's session marked the end of a two-day rally that saw the Dow jump 1,300 points.