|Bid||123.82 x 1400|
|Ask||124.29 x 1200|
|Day's Range||122.71 - 124.72|
|52 Week Range||105.94 - 168.72|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.61|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||19.95|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||6.28 (5.16%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
International Business Machines Corp. is looking at a second straight quarter of revenue declines but hopes to turn the corner to have half of its revenue derived from emerging technologies rather than from legacy mainframes.
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Twelve weeks a year, investors need to be on the top of their game, Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Friday. Cramer remained a fan of the deal. Cramer was a fan of Comcast's bid to buy Sky, and also liked the outlooks for both Procter and the very consistent Abbott Labs.
IBM earnings for the fourth quarter will be reported after the market close Tuesday, with a key focus expected to be on its acquisition of Red Hat, and progress on "strategic imperatives."
The "Dogs of the Dow" is a simple but successful value investing strategy that many on Wall Street swear by. It's easy: At the beginning of the year, buy the 10 highest-yielding dividend stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Hold them for a year. Next year, rinse and repeat. While this does result in higher-than-average income, the investment case really is a value one. The idea: A high dividend yield - in the kind of rock-solid blue-chip stocks the Dow tends to hold - implies that shares are oversold. Meanwhile, the continued payment of dividends shows that management remains confident in the company's earnings. Investors thus should profit both from an above-average yield, as well as an eventual recovery in share prices once Wall Street realizes its selling has gone too far. How well does the strategy work? In 2018, the Dogs of the Dow lost just 1.5% on average versus a 5.6% decline for the Dow and a 6.2% drop for the Standard & Poor's 500-stock index. The win marked the Dogs' fourth consecutive year of outperformance. And already in 2019, some Dogs are baring their fangs. Here are the 10 dividend stocks that make up the Dogs of the Dow, listed in order of their dividend yields as of the start of 2019. We also list their current yields, which have shifted a bit in the first few days of this year's trading. ### SEE ALSO: The 25 Best S&P; 500 Stocks of the Past 50 Years
KeyBanc Capital Markets analyst Arvind Ramnani remains neutral on the stock, in part because he expects IBM’s revenue to fall in 2019.
Stocks were surging in Friday morning trading, adding to the week's solid momentum and bucking concerns about mixed results from Netflix (NFLX). Will next week's reports extend this rally? Check out our weekly earnings preview to find out!
Group PLC’s business services division will offer clients access to more cloud services this year, through a deal with International Business Machines Corp. The goal is to enable clients to get faster speeds when they deploy technologies that combine artificial intelligence, 5G and the Internet of Things. “Businesses are finding there’s quite a bit of complexity in knitting (technologies) all together,” said Greg Hyttenrauch, security and cloud-services director of Vodafone Business and co-leader of the venture.
Tech Giants' Latest: Search, Social Media, and Digital PaymentsG-Suite prices are rising 20% Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google is raising the prices of its G-Suite products by 20%, marking the first time ever the company is pursuing a price hike for its
IBM is raising the bar in cloud and digital transformation domain with new deal wins. IBM inks eight-year deal with Vodafone Business for approximately $550 million.
to provide sophisticated cloud and hosting solutions for business customers in Europe, giving IBM quick access to a new market. As part of the deal, IBM will run Vodafone's cloud business, with Vodafone paying IBM a total of $550 million over the next eight years in exchange. The companies will combine IBM's cloud offerings with Vodafone's network and connectivity to provide Vodafone's enterprise customers a more efficient connection between their cloud environments and their actions on devices.
As investors prepare for Amazon's Q4 earnings, its AWS, subscriptions, and growing digital advertising businesses are likely to be the stars of the show as its overall revenues slow.
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Vodafone (VOD.L) is teaming up with IBM (IBM.N) to offer businesses a way to link different cloud computing systems to support the next wave of digital advances, such as machine learning, on super-fast fifth-generation telecoms networks. As part of the deal, the UK-based telecoms operator will pay $550 million (£426 million) to IBM under an eight-year managed-services agreement that will offer tools such as artificial intelligence (AI) and automation to networked businesses. The two companies are pitching the venture as a combination of cloud computing and connectivity that would, for example, enable super-fast communication between robots on a factory floor without the need for a big 'pipe' back to a data centre.
IBM is announcing a new venture with mobile carrier Vodafone, in a deal that will comes in two parts. First, IBM will supply Vodafone's B2B unit Vodafone Business with managed services in the areas of cloud and hosting. The former part, meanwhile, will see Vodafone paying IBM some $550 million in an eight-year agreement.
IBM and Vodafone will launch a new venture aimed at boosting Europe's 5G, A.I. and cloud capabilities. The announcement comes as Europe lags behind the U.S. and China in many so-called next-generation technologies like 5G. IBM IBM and Vodafone VOD-GB will launch a new venture aimed at boosting Europe's 5G, A.I. and cloud capabilities, the companies announced Thursday.
Vodafone is teaming up with IBM to offer businesses a way to link different cloud computing systems to support the next wave of digital advances, such as machine learning, on super-fast fifth-generation telecoms networks. As part of the deal, the UK-based telecoms operator will pay $550 million to IBM under an eight-year managed-services agreement that will offer tools such as artificial intelligence (AI) and automation to networked businesses. The two companies are pitching the venture as a combination of cloud computing and connectivity that would, for example, enable super-fast communication between robots on a factory floor without the need for a big 'pipe' back to a data center.
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IBM and Juniper ink a seven-year pact worth $325 million. IBM Services platform integrated with Watson will be utilized by Juniper to digitally enhance its IT infrastructure.
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Luq Niazi, IBM Global Managing Director for Consumer Industries, speaks to Yahoo Finance's Brian Sozzi at "NRF 2019: Retail's Big Show." They discuss the future of retail and its intersection with technology.