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The software company's execs reaffirm previous earnings guidance at an analyst meeting.
The German software giant guides toward higher-than-expected second-quarter revenue. Shares rally.
The developer of backup products also announces a buyback, which may stem the impact of its warning.
The software maker says earnings will be within its prior guidance but revenue will not.
The latest round of earnings warnings, a terrorism warning and an oil-price surge keep buyers sidelined.
The firm joins a growing list of software makers to cite unexpected delays in orders by large customers.
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The long wait will soon be over. Meanwhile, look at charts of BMC Software and others.
But the market's seeming lack of conviction -- or even interest -- puts its validity in doubt.
Also, Accenture sees big volume after pricing secondary.
The IT software maker raised guidance above expectations for the current quarter.
The uncertainties of war and SARS are absent, but companies may be relying on cost-cutting.
The software company will consolidate its sales force and may sell some of its product lines.
The companies also sign a global technology agreement.
Take a look at charts of Adobe, Noble, Intuit and more.
The Dow chart offers a neutral view. Plus, charts of Heinz, Ameritrade and more.
Salomon downgrades Siebel and PeopleSoft; GE's estimates cut; UBS Warburg upgrades food retailers.
Morgan Stanley starts Gap with a "sell" rating; Deutsche Bank downgrades BMC and Charter; Cigna warns.
Revenue for the software company came in light, but earnings were 4 cents higher than estimates.
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Goldman downgrades chip-equipment stocks; Sun Microsystems holds a lukewarm midquarter update.
Salomon says it's OK to buy biotech; UBS Warburg says JetBlue flys too high; Morgan Stanley upgrades H-P.
Analysts see lower-than-expected growth in MIPS for the systems management software company.
It could have owned up to the stark economic truth, but it didn't, so there'll be more pain ahead.
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