|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||21.45 - 21.87|
|52-week range||14.40 - 22.31|
|PE ratio (TTM)||15.81|
|Earnings date||21 Nov 2017|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.53 (2.47%)|
|1y target est||23.25|
It may be a turkey-shortened week ahead but there are a few key things Wall Street will be watching and trading, including tax reform and Black Friday.
In the first nine months of fiscal 2017, HP (HPQ) saw revenue growth of 12% YoY (year-over-year) in its Personal Systems segment with an operating margin of 8%.
Analysts expect HP’s (HPQ) revenues to rise 6.5% YoY (year-over-year) to ~$51.4 billion in fiscal 2017 compared to ~$48.2 billion in fiscal 2016.
If HP (HPQ) meets analysts' average revenue estimate of ~$13.3 billion, it would mean a YoY (year-over-year) rise of 6.5% compared to revenues of ~$12.5 billion in 4Q16.
3D Systems (DDD) has witnessed a significant price decline in the past four weeks, and it has seen negative earnings estimate revisions for the current quarter and year.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) split with HP (HPQ) in November 2015 to focus on core growth areas. Last September, HPE announced the merger and spin-off of its non-core software assets…
Hewlett Packard Enterprise applied for a trademark for an unannounced product called OneSphere that appears to be geared for tracking cloud use.
Two years after HP Inc. split off from Hewlett Packard Enterprise, the company's stock price is up 50%. Great management and brilliant strategy no doubt deserve much of the credit, but I see it also as proof of the surging importance of personalization in business and supply chain...
Apple’s (AAPL) revenues from its MacBook business rose 25.0% year-over-year in fiscal 4Q17 to ~$7.2 billion, a significant rise from ~$5.7 billion in fiscal 4Q16.
On the fringes of the ongoing global climate summit in Bonn, U.S. leaders will once again demonstrate their commitment to the issue, with a packed agenda of film screenings, panel discussions and cocktail ...
Jim Cramer touched base with HP Inc. President and CEO Dion Weisler, who gave Cramer the latest on his company's 3-D printing projects.
About to close out its best showing in years, the question naturally hanging over HP Inc. is whether the storied tech company can pull off a repeat performance.
Shares of HP Inc. (HPQ) are up 50 cents, or 2.5%, at $20.90, after the company yesterday afternoon held its analyst day event with the Street, and unveiled a profit outlook for the fiscal year ending in October of next year that was better than expected. The company sees earnings per share this year of $1.74 to $1.84, which, at the mid-point, is above the average estimate for $1.76, on a non-GAAP basis. CFO Cathie Lesjak told me in an interview by phone she was departing from her usual conservative tone, and said “We should be cheering,” adding “we’re performing really well." Calling the fiscal year just ended a “tremendous year,” chief executive Dion Weisler said the company is now more about growth than in past. “Given the progress we’ve made, the credibility we’ve established,” said Weisler, “we have that permission to make that pivot more strongly into growth, and into the future." Weisler told me he was most pleased about the fact that the company is “converting ideas into real businesses,” with a revamped R&D project that is evaluating “skunkworks” in the labs more quickly, giving the green light to some technologies and nixing others.
Among the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Friday's session are Bank of America Corp., Wells Fargo & Company, Amazon.com Inc., HP Inc., Netflix Inc., Tesla Inc. and McDonald's Corp.
HP Inc.'s (HPQ) efforts to revive printing business have been commendable. The favorable forecasts of fiscal 2018 along with HP's effort to boost earnings, raises investors' confidence.