|Bid||31.187 x 120000|
|Ask||31.263 x 120000|
|Day's range||30.916 - 31.476|
|52-week range||26.390 - 32.900|
|PE ratio (TTM)||16.40|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Of the 27 analysts covering Cisco (CSCO), 19 have recommended a “buy,” none have recommended a “sell,” and eight have recommended a “hold.”
Wal-Mart, Intel, Cisco and Applied Materials can compete as investments with the likes of Facebook, Amazon and the other FAANG stocks. By Nigam Arora.
IBM's Cloud Private software platform is the company's tailored hybrid cloud offering aimed at strengthening IBM's performance in this space.
Cisco’s (CSCO) Service revenue rose 1% YoY (year-over-year) in fiscal 1Q18, driven by growth in its software and solution services vertical.
In fiscal 1Q18, Cisco’s (CSCO) Applications business segment revenue rose 8% YoY (year-over-year) to $585 million, up from $541 million in 1Q17.
Cisco Systems Inc.’s forecast of a return to revenue growth after a two-year drought send shares Thursday to levels not seen since the dot-com boom and analysts scrambling to raise stock price targets ...
Cisco Systems Inc. investors are pinning their hopes that the company’s promised return to revenue growth will be sustainable amid a transformation in its business model.
The Nasdaq composite returned to its dot-com-era heights 2½ years ago, but it took Cisco Systems—a darling of that heady time—until last week to regain its footing. As investors in Cisco (CSCO) cheered an upbeat outlook by the company on Wednesday evening, its stock surged 5% the next day, to a new high since Feb. 2, 2001 of $35.88. After more than 16 years in the wilderness, those following the networking titan were ready on Thursday to declare that Cisco is back.
In fiscal 1Q18, Cisco’s (CSCO) Applications business segment's revenue rose 6% YoY (year-over-year) to $1.2 billion, up from $1.13 billion in 1Q17.
Cisco (CSCO) now has five reporting segments: Infrastructure Platforms, Applications, Security, Other Products, and Services.
The US-based (SPY) tech (QQQ) heavyweight Cisco (CSCO) announced its fiscal 1Q18 results on November 15 and reported revenue of $12.1 billion.
Following better-than-expected fiscal Q1 results yesterday, and an outlook for revenue growth this quarter that surprised the Street, Cisco Systems (CSCO) stock this afternoon had its biggest close in over sixteen years. Bullish analysts today were saying Cisco has returned to growth, based on that outlook for a 1% to 3% revenue increase this quarter. The shares closed up $1.77, or 5%, at $35.88, which was the biggest close since February 2nd of 2001, when it closed at $38.25, according to the data gurus at Dow Jones.
The latest on developments in financial markets (All times local): 4 p.m. Stocks are closing solidly higher on Wall Street, driven by strong earnings from Wal-Mart Stores, Cisco Systems and other companies. ...
Shares of Arista Networks (ANET) are up $7.04, or 3%, at $231.95, after Needham & Co.’s Alex Henderson this morning reiterated a Buy on the stock, and raised his price target to $230 from $217, after concluding that the company’s competitive threat to Cisco Systems (CSCO) is expanding, based both on Cisco’s results yesterday afternoon, and also remarks by Arista management at a networking conference. In enterprise accounts, in particular, writes Henderson, Arista is showing “exceptional” growth. "Post the Cisco call we think its pretty clear Arista is starting to bite into both Switching and Routing market shares in Enterprise and Service Providers.” Henderson is referring to Cisco’s conference call yesterday to discuss fiscal Q1 results and the Q2 outlook.
Cisco announced its Q1 fiscal year 2018 earnings on November 15, reporting a 2% decline in revenues to $12.1 billion. The decline in revenues was attributable to weakness across product segments, particularly the core switching and routing revenue streams.
Cisco Systems Inc. shares rallied to levels not seen for more than 15 years in the extended session Wednesday, after the networking company topped Wall Street estimates for the quarter and offered a forecast ...
Shares of Cisco Systems (CSCO) are up $2.33, or 7%, at $36.44, after the company offered an upbeat forecast for its fiscal Q2 yesterday afternoon, and chief financial officer Kelly Kramer sang a familiar tune, telling the Street the company’s growing quarterly deferred revenue balance shows the company’s transformation into a business more oriented to recurring revenue and software. What matters to the Street this morning, however, is the company's projection of revenue growth of 1% to 3% this quarter, versus what had been a Street average estimate for 1% growth, has got many analysts this morning talking about Cisco’s “return to growth." Price targets and estimates are zooming this morning, although I haven’t seen any ratings changes at this point.
Cisco Systems Inc., whose hardware carries the majority of the world’s internet data traffic, saw its shares rise the most in more than a year and a half after it forecast the first revenue gain in eight ...
Among the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Thursday's session are Amazon.com Inc., Apple Inc., Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Cisco Systems Inc. and Procter & Gamble Company.
Stocks look poised to bounce back after their two-day losing streak. S&P 500 futures and the Dow Jones Industrial Average futures have gained 0.3%. Nasdaq Composite futures are up 0.4%. L Brands (LB) ...
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is recognized as one of the leaders in the hybrid IT (information technology) service space. The company aims to develop software-defined solutions that will simplify hybrid ...
The rallies in shares of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Cisco Systems Inc. were accounting for more than half of the gain in Dow Jones Industrial Average futures ahead of Thursday's open. Wal-Mart's stock ran ...