ORCL - Oracle Corporation

NYSE - NYSE Delayed price. Currency in USD
46.27
-0.25 (-0.54%)
At close: 4:03PM EDT

44.58 -1.69 (-3.65%)
After hours: 7:25PM EDT

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Previous close46.52
Open45.84
Bid44.57 x 900
Ask44.58 x 800
Day's range45.77 - 46.41
52-week range44.04 - 53.48
Volume22,695,081
Avg. volume15,639,809
Market cap188.888B
Beta1.10
PE ratio (TTM)54.12
EPS (TTM)0.86
Earnings date19 Jun 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.76 (1.64%)
Ex-dividend date2018-04-16
1y target est55.73
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  • Reuters48 minutes ago

    Oracle's forecast miss overshadows cloud growth, shares fall

    Oracle sees first-quarter adjusted earnings per share to be between 68 cents and 70 cents, below analysts' average estimate of 72 cents. "Oracle's move to change its reporting structure, which masks the performance of its cloud infrastructure and applications segments, overshadowed the Q4 beat," Daniel Morgan Senior Portfolio Manager Synovus Trust Company said. Morgan said all metrics in the fourth quarter were strong, but due to the disclosure change "investors are wondering if Oracle is trying to hide something in its total cloud revenue".

  • Oracle's forecast miss overshadows cloud growth, shares fall
    Reuters49 minutes ago

    Oracle's forecast miss overshadows cloud growth, shares fall

    Oracle sees first-quarter adjusted earnings per share to be between 68 cents and 70 cents, below analysts' average estimate of 72 cents. "Oracle's move to change its reporting structure, which masks the performance of its cloud infrastructure and applications segments, overshadowed the Q4 beat," Daniel Morgan Senior Portfolio Manager Synovus Trust Company said. Morgan said all metrics in the fourth quarter were strong, but due to the disclosure change "investors are wondering if Oracle is trying to hide something in its total cloud revenue".

  • The Wall Street Journal2 hours ago

    [$$] Oracle Results Beat Revenue and Earnings Targets

    Oracle’s financial results in the latest period beat Wall Street targets as its cloud-computing business continued to gain momentum.

  • Oracle, FedEx Report Strong Fiscal Q4 Earnings
    Zacks2 hours ago

    Oracle, FedEx Report Strong Fiscal Q4 Earnings

    Both Oracle and FedEx posted earnings and revenue beats in fiscal Q4 results, with after-market trading somewhat higher/

  • Oracle (ORCL) Beats Q4 Estimates, Sees Double-Digit Earnings Growth in 2019
    Zacks2 hours ago

    Oracle (ORCL) Beats Q4 Estimates, Sees Double-Digit Earnings Growth in 2019

    Oracle Corporation (ORCL) just released its latest quarterly financial results, posting adjusted earnings of $0.99 per share and revenues of $11.2 billion.

  • Oracle stock drops sharply on guidance
    CNBC3 hours ago

    Oracle stock drops sharply on guidance

    Oracle stock dropped after the company reported guidance even as the company beat fiscal fourth quarter estimates.

  • Associated Press3 hours ago

    Oracle: Fiscal 4Q Earnings Snapshot

    On a per-share basis, the Redwood City, California-based company said it had profit of 82 cents. Earnings, adjusted for amortization costs and stock option expense, came to 99 cents per share. The results ...

  • Bloomberg3 hours ago

    Oracle Reports Quarterly Sales That Beat Estimates in Cloud Push

    Oracle Corp., the world’s second-largest software company, reported sales that topped Wall Street’s expectations, signaling its pivot to the cloud may have gained some traction. Analysts had on average estimated 94 cents a share and revenue of $11.2 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg News. Oracle’s Chief Executive Officers Safra Catz and Mark Hurd have expanded the company’s cloud offerings in a bid to shore up sales.

  • Oracle Projects Profit That Falls Short of Analyst Estimates
    Bloomberg3 hours ago

    Oracle Projects Profit That Falls Short of Analyst Estimates

    Oracle Corp., the world’s second-largest software company, projected profit in the current quarter that fell short of Wall Street’s estimates, signaling it still may be struggling to pivot to the cloud. Adjusted earnings per share in the fiscal first quarter will be 67 cents to 69 cents, compared with analysts’ projections of 72 cents a share. Revenue will increase 1 percent to 3 percent in constant currency, Chief Executive Officer Safra Catz said on a conference call.

  • Oracle Stock Up As Quarterly Earnings Top Estimates
    Investor's Business Daily3 hours ago

    Oracle Stock Up As Quarterly Earnings Top Estimates

    Database software giant Oracle reported fiscal fourth-quarter earnings after the market close Tuesday that beat on the top and bottom line.

  • MarketWatch3 hours ago

    Oracle earnings beat sends stock higher

    Oracle Corp. beat earnings expectations with a Tuesday afternoon report, sending shares that had been weighed down by a slowing cloud transition higher in after-hours trading. Oracle reported fiscal fourth-quarter net income of $3.41 billion, or 82 cents a share, on sales of $11.25 billion. Analysts on average expected adjusted earnings of 94 cents a share on sales of $11.18 billion, according to FactSet.

  • More Trump Tariffs, Small Cap Stocks, Earnings from ORCL & FDX | Free Lunch
    Zacks6 hours ago

    More Trump Tariffs, Small Cap Stocks, Earnings from ORCL & FDX | Free Lunch

    Ryan McQueeney discusses the latest trade war concerns causing volatility throughout global markets and speculates as to why small cap stocks have fared better in recent weeks. Later, he is joined by Zacks Strategist Dave Bartosiak to preview upcoming earnings reports from Oracle (ORCL) and FedEx (FDX).

  • Barrons.com9 hours ago

    Oracle Earnings: Does a Transitional Quarter Matter?

    Oracle (ORCL) will report earnings after the closing bell Tuesday, and Wedbush analyst Steve Koenig is bullish on the stock, even as he warns that the fourth quarter may still be a transitional one for the tech giant's turnaround.

  • How Oracle’s Soar Could Increase Migration to the Cloud
    Market Realist9 hours ago

    How Oracle’s Soar Could Increase Migration to the Cloud

    Last week, at the Oracle Conference Center on June 5, Oracle launched a new offering for Oracle Cloud SaaS (software-as-a-service) called Oracle Soar. Oracle Soar is a package of tools aimed at helping speed up the migration of on-premises enterprise resource planning (or ERP), human capital management, supply chain management (or SCM), enterprise performance management (or EPM), and personalized offers to SaaS offerings. According to Larry Ellison, Oracle’s cofounder and chief technology officer, Soar eases the migration of the company’s E-Business Suite to its cloud applications.

  • How Oracle Aims to Grow in the Cloud Space
    Market Realist10 hours ago

    How Oracle Aims to Grow in the Cloud Space

    It expects revenue growth in the range of 19%–23% in fiscal Q4 2018. Ellison also said, “No other cloud provider has a fully automated database. Last year, Oracle launched its autonomous cloud, which refers to infrastructure services and an automated cloud database.

  • Top 5 Things To Know In The Market On Tuesday
    Investing.com11 hours ago

    Top 5 Things To Know In The Market On Tuesday

    Investing.com - Here are the top five things you need to know in financial markets on Tuesday, June 19:

  • What’s Obstructing Oracle’s Growth in the Cloud Space?
    Market Realist12 hours ago

    What’s Obstructing Oracle’s Growth in the Cloud Space?

    The increasing lack of developer appeal for Oracle’s offerings, especially when the company is trying to transform itself into a cloud company, is a cause for concern. Of late, tech players are consciously structuring their offerings for the developer community and open-source software. In 2017, Microsoft (MSFT) bought Deis, which uses Kubernetes to attract the developer community, which has a preference for Kubernetes.

  • Why SAP, ORCL, and ADBE Are Drawn to Customer Management
    Market Realist12 hours ago

    Why SAP, ORCL, and ADBE Are Drawn to Customer Management

    Earlier in the series, we discussed SAP’s (SAP) recent acquisition and the launch of its new offering, C/4HANA, which targets the CRM (customer relationship management) space. Adobe (ADBE) and Oracle (ORCL) are also making strategic acquisitions and launching their product offerings to gain a strong foothold in the space. According to Gartner, global CRM software revenue soared to $39.5 billion in 2017 and overtook database management systems revenue, which reached $36.8 billion last year.

  • What’s the Outlook for Oracle’s Application Business?
    Market Realist12 hours ago

    What’s the Outlook for Oracle’s Application Business?

    Its enterprise resource planning and human capital management products have continued to see huge demand across different industries, driving its business and boosting its client base. In the last five quarters, Oracle’s software license updates and product support business have grown at a compound annual rate of 1.4%, whereas its overall on-premises software business has grown at a compound annual rate of 1%.

  • Oracle Earnings Will Place Spotlight On Cloud-Computing Transition
    Investor's Business Dailyyesterday

    Oracle Earnings Will Place Spotlight On Cloud-Computing Transition

    Oracle reports quarterly earnings Tuesday, with investors focusing mainly on the company's migration to a cloud-computing business model that is taking longer than expected.

  • Do Developers Prefer Oracle over Its Peers?
    Market Realistyesterday

    Do Developers Prefer Oracle over Its Peers?

    Earlier in the series, we discussed Oracle’s (ORCL) position in the IaaS (infrastructure-as-a-service) and PaaS (platform-as-a-service) spaces and compared its market share, revenue, and growth rate to those of its peers. Oracle’s PaaS and IaaS cloud offerings revenue, despite being at a smaller base of ~$416 million, has grown less than the revenues of top players such as Amazon (AMZN), Microsoft (MSFT), and Google (GOOG). While Google has reported growth of 120%, Microsoft’s cloud offerings have grown 98% on a YoY (year-over-year) basis.

  • Oracle Grew the Most in the Platform-as-a-Service Space
    Market Realistyesterday

    Oracle Grew the Most in the Platform-as-a-Service Space

    In the previous article, we discussed the market’s expectations for Oracle’s (ORCL) fiscal fourth quarter. We also discussed Oracle’s cloud offerings growth in the fiscal third quarter.

  • What to Expect from Oracle’s Fiscal Q4 2018 Results
    Market Realistyesterday

    What to Expect from Oracle’s Fiscal Q4 2018 Results

    In this earnings season, Oracle (ORCL) is scheduled to announce its fiscal fourth-quarter results on June 19. Estimize, a crowdsourced financial estimate platform, expects the company to report revenue and EPS of $11.2 billion and $0.94, respectively, in the quarter.

  • Forbesyesterday

    Oracle To Report Q4 Earnings On Tuesday After Market Close

    The last time the company reported, EPS came in above estimates, $0.83 versus estimates for $0.72, while revenue was just below what analysts were expecting, $9.77 billion versus estimates for $9.78 billion. At the same time, analysts were disappointed in the 32% year-over-year growth in total cloud revenue, which had slowed from 44% growth in fiscal Q2. Management’s fiscal Q4 cloud revenue guidance for 19% to 23% growth was also below analyst expectations.

  • How Adobe’s Acquisition of Magento Affects Oracle
    Market Realistyesterday

    How Adobe’s Acquisition of Magento Affects Oracle

    While Magento ensured Adobe’s entry into the e-commerce space, DataScience.com is expected to give Oracle’s efforts a boost in the AI and machine-learning spaces, which are viewed as two of the fastest-growing segments in the technology sector. According to a study done by Aheadworks, an industry partner of Magento, WooCommerce and Magento held market shares of 18% and 16%, respectively, in the fragmented web store space in 2017.

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