45.20 +0.04 (0.09%)
After hours: 7:57PM EDT
|Bid||45.20 x 3000|
|Ask||45.30 x 900|
|Day's Range||45.08 - 46.09|
|52 Week Range||30.36 - 46.37|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Nov 13, 2018 - Nov 19, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.32 (3.01%)|
|1y Target Est||49.56|
When Cisco bought Ann Arbor, Michigan security company, Duo for a whopping $2.35 billion earlier this month, it showed the growing value of security and security startups in the view of traditional tech companies like Cisco. In yesterday's earnings report, even before the ink had dried on the Duo acquisition contract, Cisco was reporting that its security business grew 12 percent year over year to $627 million. Given those numbers, the acquisition was top of mind in CEO Chuck Robbins' comments to analysts.
How can we not given how much Walmart impacted not just the market but the entire psyche and zeitgeist of the market. Or to put it another way, Walmart, with the best growth in 10 years, Walmart where one hundred people are shopping -- and shopping more than ever before -- has made us so optimistic that there's nothing that can be done but buy, buy, buy. If Walmart's blowout earnings were the only thing we got today, it wouldn't matter all that much.
It has been an up-and-down week for stocks so far, but Ryan McQueeney is putting the income investor spotlight on Cisco (CSCO) and Americold Realty (COLD), two dividend-paying stocks with interesting stories to tell right now.
Shares of Cisco (CSCO) have reached an 18-year high after it beat top and bottom line expectations on Wednesday. But is it still a compelling buy at this price? Let's take a closer look.
Moody's Investors Service has revised Cisco College's (TX) outlook to stable from negative. Concurrently, we have affirmed the A3 on approximately $5.5 million of Consolidated Fund Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2011 issued through the Board of Regents of Cisco Junior College District, TX. The revision of the outlook to stable from negative reflects Cisco's improving operating performance and expectations of enrollment stabilization after a period of decline.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Thursday: Walmart Inc., up $8.42 to $98.64 The retailer raised its annual forecasts after a strong second quarter and said its online sales grew at ...
The Dow Jones industrial average shined Thursday, spearheading a broad rebound in the stock market that was big on breadth but short on participation from leading stocks.
Apple hit a new high, but it was fellow Dow Jones industrial components Boeing and Walmart that sent the 30-stock blue chip index soaring on Thursday. Stocks rallied broadly overall.
Stock futures rose late Wednesday as China said it'll send a trade delegation to the U.S. A Tesla whistleblower took to Twitter. Applied Materials and Nvidia earnings Thursday.
Blue chips were mostly up, with the Dow Jones industrial average gaining 1.4%, popping out all of Wednesday's 0.5% dent.
The Dow Jones industrial average paced the stock market's rally on news that the United States and China will resume trade talks later this month.
A step forward in the U.S.-China trade war sent stocks soaring Thursday; Walmart and Cisco Systems spiked on earnings news, while smart home play Control4 neared a buy point.
News that China trade talks will restart soon fueled a nice rally on Wall Street Thursday. Blue-chips Boeing, Walmart and Cisco Systems outperformed.