|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||0.00 - 0.00|
|52 Week Range|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||28.03|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.71 (4.01%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Micro Focus International plc (NYSE:MFGP), a software company based in United Kingdom, led the NYSE gainers with a relatively large price hike in the past couple of weeks. With manyRead More...
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U.K. blue-chip stocks lost ground Monday, getting squeezed by a rally in the pound that came Brussels and London agreed on the terms of a Brexit transition deal.
Micro Focus International lost more than half of its value on Monday after Britain's leading software company ditched its CEO and cut its revenue outlook due to problems integrating assets from Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Previously little known, Micro Focus spent $8.8 billion in 2017 to buy HPE's software and join the ranks of leading European software makers. The deal included the old Autonomy business, another British firm bought by the U.S. company in an ill-fated deal five years earlier.
U.K.-based Micro Focus said it now expects revenue to fall between 6 and 9 percent for the twelve months ending October 31, 2018.
European stocks lose ground Monday, extending last week’s pullback, as analysts attributed the retreat in part to persistent worries about a global trade.
Shares in Micro Focus International PLC (s: UK:MCRO) dived 51% after the software company said Monday that Chief Executive Chris Hsu has resigned and warned that revenue for fiscal 2018 will fall more ...
NYSE:MFGP) today announced that Chief Executive Officer Chris Hsu has notified the Board of Directors that due to a desire to spend more time with his family he will step down, effective immediately, as CEO and Director of the company. The Board has appointed Stephen Murdoch, current Chief Operating Officer, to serve as the new CEO, effective immediately. Chris Hsu was named CEO in January 2017 and assumed the role following the closure of the transaction that merged the former Micro Focus with the software division of Hewlett Packard Enterprise on September 1, 2017.
Britain's Micro Focus International said its chief executive had quit as the group cut its annual revenue forecast due to lower licence income and problems stemming from its purchase of Hewlett Packard Enterprise assets. The FTSE 100 company said Chief Executive Chris Hsu would step down immediately and be replaced by Stephen Murdoch, currently Micro Focus COO. Micro Focus, which seeks to boost the margins on software that had been neglected by previous owners, completed the purchase of software assets from HPE in September 2017, using the $8.8 billion deal to catapult the British firm into the top tier of European tech companies.
Micro Focus International Plc shares fell the most in 13 years after it warned that its year-on-year revenue decline will be greater than expected as it grapples with its latest $8.8 billion deal, and ...
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Britain's Micro Focus International (MCRO.L) said its revenue would fall this year after disappointing sales from the software assets it bought from Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE.N) (HPE), sending its shares down 17 percent. Results for the FTSE 100 company for the six months to the end of October 2017, including a two-month contribution from HPE, fell short of some analyst expectations. The $8.8 billion (£6.5 billion) deal to buy HPE's software business catapulted Micro Focus into the top tier of European tech companies but has had teething troubles.