104.98 -0.03 (-0.03%)
Pre-Market: 6:16AM EST
|Bid||105.01 x 1000|
|Ask||105.21 x 800|
|Day's Range||101.90 - 105.05|
|52 Week Range||83.83 - 116.18|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.11|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||43.25|
|Earnings Date||Jan 29, 2019 - Feb 4, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.84 (1.78%)|
|1y Target Est||125.39|
Microsoft & Walgreens team up to take on Amazon in the healthcare sector. Yahoo Finance's Melody Hahm, along with Wedbush Securities Managing Director of Equity Research Dan Ives discuss.
Brexit Deal Goes Down in Flames, Markets Yawn Theresa May’s Brexit deal was defeated by such a large margin, 432-202, that stock markets have been shocked into complacency over it, or at least that’s what it seems. With such a huge defeat, there is no way that the deal can be renegotiated or tweaked to […] The post Market Morning: Brexit Burn, New Anti-Cannabis AG, Cobalt On Blockchain, Microsoft on Healthcare appeared first on Market Exclusive.
As "crowded" stocks are usually priced for perfection, they are more vulnerable big downside on surprises, according to AB Berstein. "One of the characteristics of crowded companies is a negative skew in reaction to news as measured by earnings revisions or surprise," Berstein's Ann Larson says. Microsoft, Bank of America, Intel and Union Pacific, slated to report earnings in the next two weeks, are among the most crowded companies in the S&P 500 with big expectations, according to Bernstein.
that will explore new ways of delivering health care while also handing the tech giant hundreds of thousands of new users. Walgreens will move "the majority of the company's IT infrastructure" onto Microsoft Azure while also rolling out Microsoft 365 to the retailer's 380,000 employees around the world, according to a press release by Walgreens. Microsoft rose 2.90%, to close at $105.01, while Walgreens was up 1.61%, to $71.79.
Compensation Advisory Partners Associate Ryan Colucci and Founding Partner Melissa Burek By John Jannarone 100x? 1000x? The ratio of CEO compensation to median employee income can be a staggering figure – one that some companies feared would cause uproar among staff and journalists when they were widely reported in public filings over the last year. […]
Technology companies are starting to partner with traditional health-care players. Walgreens has now inked deals with Microsoft and Alphabet's Verily. Both industries need the expertise of the other as they go up against Amazon.
Is Netflix Working Its Magic ahead of Its Q4 Results?(Continued from Prior Part)A strong rise in international membershipsNetflix (NFLX) expects total international memberships of 86.2 million and net additions of 7.6 million in the fourth quarter
Corporate spending on technology will stay strong in 2019 and that'll be a plus for Salesforce.com, Palo Alto and Microsoft, says Morgan Stanley. Microsoft stock was rated a top pick.
Microsoft and Walgreens Boots Alliance on Tuesday announced a wide-ranging partnership. Walgreens will migrate most of its IT infrastructure to Microsoft's Azure platform.
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.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose Tuesday despite an earnings miss from JPMorgan Chase & Co. JPMorgan Chase earned $1.98 a share in the fourth quarter, missing analysts' estimates of $2.20 by a wide margin. Delta was up slightly.
As Silicon Valley continues to anticipate and profit from our behavior in the digital world, Shoshana Zuboff, author of “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism”, says companies like Google and Facebook only care about the data they can extract from our experiences. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous speaks to her.