127.60 +1.38 (1.09%)
Pre-market: 7:01AM EDT
|Bid||127.17 x 1100|
|Ask||127.82 x 900|
|Day's range||125.77 - 127.58|
|52-week range||93.96 - 131.37|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.03|
|PE ratio (TTM)||28.04|
|Earnings date||17 Jul 2019 - 22 Jul 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.84 (1.41%)|
|1y target est||143.16|
The Trump administration's latest ban on Huawei has slammed shares of these U.S. companies, who are major suppliers to Chinese telecom giant Huawei.
Microsoft Follows Apple by Raising Bets on Gaming IndustryGaming sectorLast week, Microsoft (MSFT) and Sony announced a partnership in which the “two companies will partner on new innovations to enhance customer experiences in their
While the ban of support of Huawei products by Intel and Qualcomm are less severe, a potential Microsoft ban would leave Huawei's expensive laptops practically unusable.
Microsoft will introduce content moderation tools for its Xbox Live service later this year. The company hopes the new moderation tools will cut back on toxic content among Xbox gamers, which has become a problem in other social platforms, like YouTube, Twitter and Facebook. Gaming generates 10% of Microsoft's total revenue.
Google on Monday announced Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2, its new smart glasses that are more powerful and cost $999. The company has focused on business users after its consumer Glass product was discontinued in 2015. Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 runs on Android and supports new features that will make them easier for IT departments to deploy.
To the $135bn-a-year games industry, last week’s move by Sony and Microsoft to collaborate on cloud-based streaming — sealed with the rictus smiles of the rival chief executives — was proof of a new era. The relatively flat share prices of the leading console makers and games studios suggest they are sitting tight, for now. At stake in the Sony-Microsoft coupling, forged as an apparent counter to Amazon and Google’s ambition in this field, is games streaming.
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Microsoft (MSFT) and Sony collaborates on cloud gaming and AI chips. Both the companies are expected to symbiotically evolve and make a mark in the rapidly growing cloud gaming market.
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The software company is the only one with a weighting of 4% or more in the broad index. That means moves in its shares have more sway over the index than any other company.
In a volatile stock market, Microsoft MSFT could be your best bet, says one trading expert. While Microsoft shares have gained nearly 27% this year, with the company's market cap topping $1 trillion after its most recent earnings report, any dip presents an opportunity to buy the software play, according to Todd Gordon, founder of TradingAnalysis.com. "I like the look of Microsoft here," Gordon said Thursday on CNBC's "Trading Nation." "The stock gapped up on a strong earnings report.
The strategic partnership between Sony (SNE) and Microsoft (MSFT) aims to tap the cloud-based platform for streaming games, while collaborating for the development of image sensors utilizing AI tools.
"For many years, Microsoft has been a key business partner for us, though of course the two companies have also been competing in some areas," Sony Chief Executive Kenichiro Yoshida said in a statement. "I believe that our joint development of future cloud solutions will contribute greatly to the advancement of interactive content." Sony shares jumped nearly 11 percent as Asian markets opened. Microsoft's stock closed up 2 percent on Thursday.
Sony would use Microsoft’s cloud for streaming games and media and the two would work together to develop image sensors.