|Bid||22.00 x 500|
|Ask||26.00 x 200|
|Day's range||25.75 - 26.16|
|52-week range||23.14 - 30.96|
|PE ratio (TTM)||15.42|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.40 (1.54%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Juniper Networks is scheduled to announce its Q3 2017 results on October 24. In recent quarters, the company has reported sustained growth in the services segment, with double digit growth in services revenues.
Juniper's (JNPR) third-quarter 2017 results are anticipated to be negatively impacted by weakness in cloud computing segment.
According to IDC, the worldwide security appliance market rose in terms of shipments and revenue in 2Q17. Revenue rose 9.2% YoY (year-over-year) to $3 billion.
The alert from the DHS Computer Emergency Response Team said the flaw could be used within range of Wi-Fi using the WPA2 protocol to hijack private communications. It recommended installing vendor updates on affected products, such as routers provided by Cisco Systems Inc or Juniper Networks Inc. Belgian Researchers Mathy Vanhoef and Frank Piessens of Belgian university KU Leuven disclosed the bug in WPA2, which secures modern Wi-Fi systems used by vendors for wireless communications between mobile phones, laptops and other connected devices with Internet-connected routers or hot spots.
According to market research firm IDC, the worldwide ethernet switch market rose 7.8% YoY (year-over-year) to $6.43 billion in 2Q17.
We saw earlier in this series that Juniper (JNPR) has reduced its revenue and EPS (earnings per share) guidance for 3Q17 as management expects lower-than-estimated sales from the Cloud business vertical...
At least seven analysts lowered their price targets for Juniper Networks Inc. after its profit and revenue warning, blaming lower-than-expected revenue for cloud computing.
Juniper (JNPR) currently has a dividend yield of 1.5%, or $0.10, which indicates an annualized dividend payout of $0.40. Juniper has a dividend payout ratio of 22%
Analysts expect technology (QQQ) company Juniper’s (JNPR) revenue to rise 3.7% YoY (year-over-year) to $5.17 billion in fiscal 2017, compared to revenue of $4.99 billion in fiscal 2016.
Analysts expect the US-based (SPY) Juniper (JNPR) to post revenue of $1.29 billion in 3Q17. Wall Street has a high revenue estimate of $1.35 billion and a low estimate of $1.25 billion for 3Q17.
Juniper Networks' turnaround hit a rough patch as the company warned of third-quarter earnings below consensus estimates.
Juniper warns of a shortfall in sales to cloud computing segment, which Wall Street interprets as a sign of slowing capital spending from Amazon.
Juniper's (JNPR) third-quarter preliminary results are dismal as estimates for revenues and earnings were lowered citing weakness in the cloud computing segment.
Shares of Juniper Networks (JNPR) are down $1.51, or 5.7%, at $25.35, in early trading, as analysts continue to digest yesterday’s warning by the company that its revenue and earnings this quarter will come in lower than expected, because it saw a shortfall in how much it’s making from cloud computing customers. Some are not entirely sure how much of this is Juniper’s fault, and how much this is generally a shortfall in cloud spending for the quarter, or the rest of the year. Cisco Systems (CSCO) stock is down 49 cents, or 1.5%, at $33.10, while Arista Network (ANET) shares are down $1.01, or half a percent, at $191.94.
Shares of networking technology vendor Juniper Networks (JNPR) today closed down 45 cents, or 1.7%, at $26.86, after the company this morning said its revenue for Q3, ended last month, will come in lower than previously expected, because its revenue from cloud computing fell short. CEO Rami Rahim said the company was “disappointed” with the revenue shortfall, but the company is still "focused on operational excellence, cost efficiencies, and delivering long-term, sustainable growth." "We are confident in our company strategy, product roadmap and strong positioning with our cloud provider customers as we continue to navigate and disrupt a very dynamic industry,” said Rahim. In response, Merrill Lynch’s Tal Liani this morning cut the stock to Neutral from Buy, with a $31 price target, down from $35, writing that Juniper faces weaker spending from telecom operators, and “limited margin upside,” and a lack of “clear positive catalysts." RBC Capital’s Mitch Steves, who has a Sector Perform rating on the stock, cut his price target to $27 from $30, writing that his “checks” had suggested to him that cloud computing demand for networking is “positive,” so that it’s "unclear if this is company specific or a demand pause for Juniper in Q3." Steves likes that the company is saying 55 cents “achievable” despite the revenue setback.
Shares of Juniper Networks Inc. fell more than 10% late Wednesday after the networking company lowered its third-quarter revenue and profit outlook. Juniper lowered third-quarter revenue expectations to ...
MOSCOW/KIEV/WASHINGTON, June 27 (Reuters) - A major global cyber attack on Tuesday disrupted computers at Russia's biggest oil company, Ukrainian banks and multinational firms with a virus similar to the ransomware that last month infected more than 300,000 computers. The rapidly spreading cyber extortion campaign underscored growing concerns that businesses have failed to secure their networks from increasingly aggressive hackers, who have shown they are capable of shutting down critical infrastructure and crippling corporate and government networks.