Hewlett-Packard Co/ US4282361033 /
|7/31/2015 10:01:20 PM||Chg. -0.10||Volume||Bid2:51:35 PM||Ask2:51:35 PM||Market Capitalization||Dividend Y.||P/E Ratio|
Turnover: 347.68 mill.
|30.11Bid Size: 300||30.66Ask Size: 200||55.47 bill.USD||2.00%||11.47|
Hewlett Packard (HPQ) more or less reported a transitional quarter. The company reported in line earnings and revenue, and basically their financial guide didn't move, so there's limited change in information or change in expectations for the company going forward. It seems the company is progressing pretty smoothly toward their value creation plan, which involves splitting the consumer PC business into a separate entity away from the enterprise segment. I think Hewlett Packard is much more competitive in the PC space than they are in the enterprise, and while they go in...
Hewlett Packard (NYSE:HPQ) declares $0.176/share quarterly dividend , in line with previous. Forward yield 2.32% Payable Oct. 7; for shareholders of record Sept. 9; ex div Sept. 4.
Leidos Holdings (NYSE:LDOS) spiked to a 5% gain just minutes before the close, after the U.S. Defense Department said it chose a team led by the company to build a new electronic health record system for 9.6M current and retired military service members. The contract has an initial value of up to $4.34B and runs for 10 years, the Pentagon says . LDOS and Cerner (NASDAQ:CERN) beat out a team of IBM and Epic Systems, and another team that included Allscripts (NASDAQ:MDRX), Hewlett Packard (NYSE:HPQ) and Computer Sciences Corp. (NYSE:CSC)
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