|Bid||0.00 x 1100|
|Ask||0.00 x 1400|
|Day's Range||42.98 - 43.84|
|52 Week Range||42.57 - 53.48|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||50.41|
|Earnings Date||Sep 12, 2018 - Sep 17, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.76 (1.64%)|
|1y Target Est||54.18|
Jim Cramer says the spoils would go to the loser and the winner of Disney and Comcast's brewing bidding war over key Twenty-First Century Fox assets.
Omaha! Every time Warren Buffett is mentioned, I think of Peyton Manning's ardent line-of-scrimmage call and wonder if the wisdom of the Oracle is location-specific. To "lose" to the market by 280 basis points over a five-year period is really an unacceptable performance, and it shows the lack of exposure to technology, which is endemic to Berkshire. You don't need to go to Morningstar to know that Berkshire shares have lagged the Nasdaq by a huge amount over the past five years, and that is the problem with Buffett's investing style.
Construction on SkySong’s newest and tallest building is scheduled to begin July 9. SkySong 5, at the ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center, will have outdoor work and meeting spaces as well as public art. The building also will have a second-floor outdoor patio and event space.
Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL), a large-cap worth US$188.89b, comes to mind for investors seeking a strong and reliable stock investment. Risk-averse investors who are attracted to diversified streams of revenue andRead More...
FireEye’s (FEYE) flexible business plan lets it cover a wide network, covering enterprises’ network, email, and endpoint security requirements, and its security applications can be delivered via the cloud or on-premises, depending on clients’ needs. As FireEye has formed a strategic alliance with cloud and database management service operator Oracle (ORCL), customers can now easily access FireEye Email Security through the Oracle Cloud Marketplace, saving money and deployment time. In the last five years, FireEye’s customer base has grown at a compound annual rate of 34.8%.
After years where it husbanded resources in favor of paying dividends, AT&T (NYSE:T) was finally able to break out of its telecom box this week and buy Time Warner, now renamed WarnerMedia. CEO Randall Stephenson talks a good game, of reinventing AT&T for the cloud era. AT&T has spent the last two decades missing the biggest opportunity of the century.
Oracle Corp. ( ORCL) has changed the way it reports the results of its growing cloud businesses, raising red flags for some analysts who are alarmed by the lack of transparency. Oracle’s main business is selling software for companies to run in their data center, and the cloud service has provided a growth opportunity. In its latest quarterly report, Oracle stopped specifying revenue for services like the cloud platform, infrastructure and cloud software.
Java SE Subscription Provides Licensing & Support for Java SE on Servers, Desktops, and Cloud Deployments REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., June 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- In order to further support the millions ...
U.S. stock futures are lower this morning, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average is on pace for an eight-session losing streak. Trade fears are dominating market sentiment, with U.S. tensions with both China and the EU pressuring stocks.
TEMPE, Ariz. and REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., June 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The Intercollegiate Tennis Association and Oracle are excited to announce a multi-year extension to their alliance, as Oracle continues to strengthen its ongoing commitment to collegiate tennis. The Oracle ITA alliance includes Oracle's ongoing sponsorship of the Oracle ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings, the Oracle ITA Masters and Oracle ITA National Fall Championships, while adding title sponsorships to the ITA Summer Circuit (now branded as the Oracle ITA Summer Circuit Powered By UTR) and the Division I and Division III National Team Indoor Championships.
In the previous article, we discussed select technical indicators for Oracle (ORCL) stock. Let’s now take a look at Oracle’s RSI (relative strength index), one of the most widely used technical indicators. Oracle’s 14-day RSI is 45, indicating that the company’s stock is neither overbought nor oversold.
Opinion: Oracle’s new earnings approach an unwelcome surpriseBloomberg News/LandovOracle founder Larry Ellison has focused on the cloud the past few years after initially playing down the software-as-a-service trend. After a few quarters of disappointing cloud revenue growth, Oracle Corp. on Tuesday surprisingly stopped breaking out its much touted cloud business. The move should lead some investors to fear Oracle (ORCL) is obfuscating the performance of its once-hot growth business, after loud concerns about disappointing cloud growth.
The database veteran is touting its cloud-computing results with less clarity nowadays, leaving analysts and investors to wonder what's really going on behind the scenes.
Growth. We want growth. We want growth if there are tariffs. Growth if there are no tariffs. Growth if China is all powerful. Growth if China is a paper tiger. Growth if the Fed is tightening. Growth if it is not tightening.
What looked at first to be good news for Oracle Corp. ended up prompting some hard questions from analysts about a lack of information in the software giant’s latest numbers. Oracle’s stock fell 7.5% in Wednesday’s session, which would mark the worst single-day performance since Oracle plunged more than 9% on fears of slowing cloud growth following its last earnings report, in March. “While we do not doubt that customers are taking advantage of BYOL, combining cloud services with on-premises support seems to us like an extreme move by Oracle, and we are left feeling like it is an attempt to pull the proverbial wool over investors’ eyes—particularly related to cloud sales,” wrote William Blair analyst Jason Adler, who rates Oracle’s stock at market perform.
Oracle stock dropped after reporting quarterly earnings that beat estimates but provided guidance that missed views and as it changed how it reports cloud computing revenue.
Software and cloud services giant Oracle (ORCL) reported stronger-than-expected fiscal Q4 2018 earnings results. Oracle delivered impressive results and beat Wall Street expectations on both revenue and earnings. Oracle stock fell 3.7% in after-hours trading and fell 0.54% to $46.27 on June 19.
UBS' Jennifer Swanson Lowe maintains a Neutral rating on Oracle with a price target lowered from $53 to $48. Morgan Stanley's Keith Weiss maintains at Overweight, unchanged $57 price target. Sitfel's Brad Reback maintains at Hold, price target lowered from $53 to $50.
The corporate software giant said late Tuesday that revenues from its cloud services businesses jumped 25% year over year to $1.7 billion for its fiscal fourth quarter that ended May 31. Overall revenue for the quarter rose a much more modest 3.3% to $11.3 billion, though it should also be noted that Oracle ended its fiscal year with its best annual growth rate in seven years. Oracle changed its reporting structure so that results from the closely watched cloud segment are now folded into the much larger unit that includes software license updates and support for Oracle’s older, legacy software business.
In this article, we’ll focus on Oracle’s (ORCL) technical indicators, which investors and traders look at when making market entry and exit decisions. We’ll compare its technical indicators to those of its peers in the enterprise software space.
Among the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Wednesday's session are 21st Century Fox, Walt Disney, AT&T, Ford and Starbucks.