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xrx will shoot up soon the fed bought a lot of printers in q3
Carl Icahn what does he have in store?
this company cant get out of its own way.....needs to push for 3d printing tachnology....that s the future of printing
Oh man...interesting when it’s heading toward $30. What will XRX do at that point?
I was under the impression when an activist investor gets involved it is good for other shareholders. Well stock is now at a 52 week low and going down day after day. From where I stand today the Fuji deal looks like it was not to bad.
XRX is worth over $20 where it stands, any improvement from yesterdays report adds TO that.. The company will by $150 next quarter on the cheap
Am I reading that right? A dollar per share dividend? Earned over 5 dollars a share last year? We know it will be less then that this year because of covid, but it looks like that is more then priced in, with the share price down to $15 from $40. Looks like a deal. What am I missing here?
Time to dump or Short Xerox. What are Xerox management and Board of Directors thinking? HP has rejected an unsolicited takeover offer from Xerox Holdings Corp. and has asked shareholders not to tender their shares.
The offer “meaningfully undervalues HP and disproportionately benefits Xerox shareholders,” the Palo Alto, California-based company said in a statement on Thursday. Xerox’s “urgency” in launching the offer shows its “desperation to acquire HP to address its continued business decline.”
Xerox on Monday pitched HP investors on a cash-and-stock offer valued at about $24 a share at the time. For each HP share, a holder would receive $18.40 in cash and 0.149 Xerox shares. The offer is set to expire April 21, Xerox said Monday in a statement. The offer valued HP at approximately $34 billion as of Wednesday.
This may be one of the stocks that ends up being overlooked 5 years from now. Crazy low PE ratio.
Has a 44.5% payout ratio and yields close to 6%, a million patents and has been downgraded by JP Morgan.
Time to buy.
I think the federal reserve bank will be using XRX copiers to print trillion dollars soon
Xerox has 2.6 billion in cash and 4.6 billion in debt.
The company split 1 for 4 back in 2017.
Quarterly year over year growth revenue is down 15%.
The 52 week price per share is down 45.9%.
Pays a 5.8% dividend.
Glad to own this stock long term.
So much for figuring what stocks to buy in this market! Zacks calls for strong sell today! Not that you can believe them.
I got out and now it start climbing.
I think it's way cheap right now, 4% yield. Could be a buying opportunity.TD has it trading at around 11X earnings. They earned .68 a share last Q, pay a 25% dividend, but the noise around the stock keeps driving it lower
2018-6-21 Xerox appoints Bandrowczak as Chief Operations Officer and stock is taking a dive on the announcement. Does anyone have an insight into what is happening? I, of course, am aware of the Fuji lawsuit; that is a separate issue and has been in the news for a while, so I doubt that is the cause of today's drop.
First Trust Advisors Lp reports 528.67% increase in ownership of XRX / Xerox Corp.
July 22, 2020 - First Trust Advisors Lp has filed a 13F-HR form disclosing ownership of 1,575,154 shares of Xerox Corp. (US:XRX) with total holdings valued at $24,084,000 USD as of June 30, 2020. First Trust Advisors Lp had filed a previous 13F-HR on May 06, 2020 disclosing 250,553 shares of Xerox Corp. at a value of $4,745,000 USD. This represents a change in shares of 528.67 percent and a change in value of 407.57 percent during the quarter.
I feel like this is a safe bet for an upside move.
The Xerox website makes it appear that they are going for the growing work from home solution business.
Stock deserves a $22 handle ,, smh
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