181.98 +0.41 (0.23%)
Pre-Market: 8:24AM EDT
Triple Moving Average Crossover
|Bid||182.15 x 900|
|Ask||182.44 x 800|
|Day's Range||181.10 - 186.50|
|52 Week Range||119.01 - 190.70|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.95|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||30.25|
|Earnings Date||Jul 16, 2020 - Jul 20, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.04 (1.12%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||May 20, 2020|
|1y Target Est||193.94|
Chrome has long had the Dino game, that you can start from the "No internet" error screen, for example. With its surf game, Microsoft's Edge team built something similar into its pre-release channels earlier this year and, as the company announced today, it's now also available in the stable channel, too. It's more fun than the Dino game and also a bit more fully featured.
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Microsoft is seeing higher demand for Azure services that provide cloud resources for remote workers, while Palo Alto Networks and Dropbox have seen trial subscriptions jump.
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The major stock indexes were sharply higher early Tuesday on coronavirus vaccine hopes. Alphabet and Apple broke out past new buy points.
Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE) and Salesforce (NYSE: CRM) are two cloud computing stocks that have outperformed the broader market throughout the COVID-19 crisis. Adobe's stock advanced nearly 20% this year as its Creative Cloud services, marketing services, and analytics tools locked in mainstream and enterprise customers. Salesforce's stock rose nearly 10% as its market-leading customer relationship management (CRM) tools faced only limited disruptions from COVID-19.
Alphabet's (GOOGL) Google unveils accessibility options to deliver enhanced user experience to the people with cognitive and physical disabilities.
Dow Jones futures surged as vaccine hopes fuel the hot coronavirus market rally. Apple, Google are breaking out. Tesla and AMD are near buy points.
If you missed the S&P; 500's powerful 32% two-month jump, don't worry. Analysts still think there's upside to some of the winners.
The Red Cross called for an end to cyberattacks on healthcare and medical research facilities during the coronavirus pandemic, in a letter published Tuesday and signed by a group of political and business figures. Such attacks endanger human lives and governments must take "immediate and decisive action" to stop them, the letter stated. "We are hoping that the world's governments will step up to affirm their commitments to the international rules that prohibit such actions," said Peter Maurer, president of the International Committee of the Red Cross, in the letter.
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Microsoft (MSFT) possesses solid growth attributes, which could help it handily outperform the market.
If you want to find recession-proof stocks, look no further than the companies doing well amid the coronavirus pandemic. Because Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) delivers compelling products to both business-to-business (B2B) and consumer markets, the tech giant is well-positioned to weather an economic downturn. Microsoft's Windows and Office products are ubiquitous, but that's just one of its strengths.
A study says America’s billionaires gained $434 billion in wealth during the crisis. A more sensible way of looking at the numbers show they lost nearly that much.
Amazon has a big-budget game, another in the works, and a secretive cloud gaming service in the making. All of that could prove to be a problem for the industry's old guard.
Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan bought Microsoft, Alibaba, and 3M stock in the first quarter. It sold nearly all its Amazon stock.
In the latest trading session, Microsoft (MSFT) closed at $183.51, marking a +0.04% move from the previous day.
Wall Street ended mixed on Friday in a mostly tame finish to a week of strong gains, as investors gauged China-U.S. tensions and amid ongoing uncertainty about the pace of economic recovery from the coronavirus. President Donald Trump's warning on Thursday that the U.S. would react strongly to China's plan for a national security law in Hong Kong has raised concerns over Washington and Beijing's possibly reneging on their Phase 1 trade deal. Late in the session, stocks edged lower after the U.S. Commerce Department said it was adding 33 Chinese companies and other institutions to an economic blacklist for human rights violations and to address U.S. national security concerns.
Shares of Baozun (NASDAQ: BZUN) headed lower for the second day in a row as investors continued to sell the stock on fears that Chinese stocks would be delisted from U.S. stock exchanges. Baozun was down 9.3% as of 3:17 p.m. EDT. The latest salvo in the feud between the U.S. and China, which has taken on a new dimension due to the coronavirus pandemic, is the Senate's passage on Wednesday of a bill that threatens to delist Chinese stocks from U.S. exchanges.