|Bid||53.46 x 1000|
|Ask||53.49 x 800|
|Day's range||52.90 - 53.59|
|52-week range||25.51 - 59.17|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||N/A|
|PE ratio (TTM)||9.18|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||57.06|
Admittedly, trying to understand what goes on inside the mind of Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk is probably a fruitless endeavor. There's no denying that he's a visionary; but his thought process can vacillate almost as wildly as Tesla's share price. On Valentine's Day (Feb. 14), a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission showed that Musk had purchased 13,037 shares of Tesla for an average price of $767.
Dell acquired a majority stake in VMWare when it bought out VMWare's previous owner, EMC Corporation, in 2016. Since Dell was private at that time, many came to regard VMWare stock as a proxy for Dell.
By Yasin Ebrahim Investing.com – The Nasdaq closed lower for the first time in nine days on Wednesday as rising Covid-19 infections sparked concerns that some U.S. states could be forced to unwind or slow measures to reopen businesses, threatening the pace of the economic recovery.
Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL) stock soared over 15% after the Wall Street Journal reported that the computer technology company is weighing up the options for its 81% stake in VMware (NYSE:VMW), including unloading the stake or buying the company outright.
Dell Technologies CEO Michael Dell said the divide in access to digital tools poses a “big challenge” as the pandemic has made online activity a central part of everyday life.
In a newly released interview, Dell Technologies CEO Michael Dell said that the reopening of the U.S economy amid the novel coronavirus is going “reasonably well,” but warned that reopening should take into account the greater risk faced by vulnerable populations.
Michael Dell, the founder and CEO of Dell Technologies, told Yahoo Finance on Tuesday that the tech industry has failed to adequately address the lack of diversity in its workforce. “While there's been some progress,” he says. “It's not enough.”
Fueled by increased demand for its notebooks from the current stay-at-home environment, tech giant Dell’s (DELL) Q1 earnings topped expectations, while video conferencing software like (ZM) and Cisco’s (CSCO) WebEx have also seen a dramatic increase due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, principal analyst of Futurum Research Daniel Newman joined Yahoo Finance to discuss what’s next for Dell and other tech companies as the nation starts to return to work following the pandemic.
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What happened Shares of Dell Technologies (NYSE: DELL) have jumped today, up by 7% as of 12:30 p.m. EDT, after the PC maker announced first-quarter earnings. Demand for PCs remains healthy, as COVID-19 has driven many companies to invest in remote working setups.
Dell Technologies (DELL) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 32.67% and 3.09%, respectively, for the quarter ended April 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Commercial notebooks reported double-digit unit and revenue growth, while mobile workstations posted high-single-digit revenue growth, the company said. "In Q1, we saw orders with banking and financial services, government, healthcare and life sciences customers up 15% to 20%," Chief Operating Officer Jeff Clarke said in a statement.
This week is a shortened trading week with major markets closed Monday in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. Investor focus will remain on the coronavirus and its impact on the U.S. economy as most states across the country continued their phased reopening plans.
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Micron strikes a bullish tone on the pace of economic recovery in China following the worst of the coronavirus.
Dell had flagged concerns of weakness in its data centre business in the third quarter, saying that demand will "remain challenged". Revenue from the company's infrastructure solutions group, that houses its data centre business, fell more than 11% to $8.76 billion in the fourth quarter ended Jan. 31, missing estimates of $9.61 billion. Earlier in December, Dell said slower demand in China, caused by trade restrictions, will continue to impact its results into fiscal 2021.