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Microsoft Corporation (MSFT)

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212.48-3.87 (-1.79%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

211.35 -1.13 (-0.53%)
Before hours: 5:11AM EDT

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Previous close216.35
Open214.85
Bid211.70 x 1400
Ask211.98 x 900
Day's range210.93 - 215.70
52-week range132.25 - 217.64
Volume27,820,421
Avg. volume35,617,274
Market cap1.608T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.90
PE ratio (TTM)36.89
EPS (TTM)5.76
Earnings date21-Oct-2020 - 26-Oct-2020
Forward dividend & yield2.04 (0.96%)
Ex-dividend date19-Aug-2020
1y target est226.93
  • Explainer: Microsoft's TikTok bid spotlights Windows maker's history with China
    Reuters

    Explainer: Microsoft's TikTok bid spotlights Windows maker's history with China

    Microsoft Corp <MSFT.O> has emerged as the most likely buyer of the U.S. operations of TikTok, the popular Chinese short-video app that U.S. President Donald Trump is preparing to effectively ban on national security grounds. A deal would be in line with Microsoft's stance toward China where the firm has a sizeable presence - unlike fellow U.S. tech heavyweights such as Facebook Inc <FB.O> and Alphabet Inc's <GOOGL.O> Google which appear to have given up on China's consumer-facing market with its miscellany of government strictures. The country accounts for over $2 billion in annual revenue, Microsoft President Brad Smith said earlier this year.

  • Microsoft's TikTok bid spotlights Windows maker's history with China
    Reuters

    Microsoft's TikTok bid spotlights Windows maker's history with China

    Microsoft Corp has emerged as the most likely buyer of the U.S. operations of TikTok, the popular Chinese short-video app that U.S. President Donald Trump is preparing to effectively ban on national security grounds. A deal would be in line with Microsoft's stance toward China where the firm has a sizeable presence - unlike fellow U.S. tech heavyweights such as Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google which appear to have given up on China's consumer-facing market with its miscellany of government strictures. The country accounts for over $2 billion in annual revenue, Microsoft President Brad Smith said earlier this year.

  • Twitter 'looking' at a possible TikTok tie-up
    BBC

    Twitter 'looking' at a possible TikTok tie-up

    The messaging platform has approached under-fire TikTok about a possible deal, according to reports.