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Stocks finished higher Monday, bolstered by potential progress in the U.S.-China trade war and optimism about upcoming earnings reports.
- KPMG and Air France-KLM highlight the value of being able to bring Watson to their data, wherever it resides;
UBS cut the stock's price target to $140 from $170.
The software giant announces its Q1 2020 results on Wednesday. Here's why it's such a good investment.
Ignore the macro arguments that are having no impact and focus on price action in individual stocks.
We have decent odds of a new 52-week low in IBM over the next few weeks.
The growth investment community is abuzz with the idea that the great growth story of the era -- software-as-a-service -- is at an end.
After seeing the idea raised -- and derided -- I found that the Dow has been over 27,000 twice this year and each time it did this....
Jim Cramer explains the unexpected: quarterly results are 'not as bad as feared' -- NABAF. It's boosting stocks that, based on the headlines, should really just crumple.
Without danger of major macro news and with earnings landing, investors focus on merits of individual stocks once again.
Stocks finish higher Thursday on news of a Brexit agreement between the U.K. and the European Union, and a ceasefire agreement in Syria, but IBM's revenue miss weighed on investor sentiment.
I have the answer behind the conundrum that forces stocks up that should be going lower.
Though the Red Hat acquisition will boost IBM's top line in the coming quarter, many of its existing businesses continue to see little or no revenue growth.
IBM misses on revenue but beats earnings estimates. Lack of growth is disheartening to investors, though. Here's how to trade IBM stock from here.
IBM trades sharply lower Thursday after the group posted disappointing third quarter earnings in the first full update to include its $34 billion acquisition of Linux-maker Red Hat.
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These stocks's earnings were 'not as bad as feared,' and here are some more names that pushed the NABAF narrative.
U.S. stock futures rise after a Brexit deal is reached; Netflix boosts international subscriber growth but sees U.S. weakness; IBM posts a third-quarter revenue miss; Honeywell and Morgan Stanley report earnings.
U.S. equity futures jump Thursday after Britain reaches a tentative Brexit deal that will see it leave the European Union later this month, offsetting investor concerns over growth and trade that had muted global markets earlier in the session.
As we move into the meat of earnings season, technical conditions remain positive and there are indications of better stock picking in the small-caps. Stay focused on the price action.
Global stocks sputtered Thursday, pulling U.S. equity futures into the red for a second consecutive session, as concerns over growth and trade, as well as the eleventh-hour fate of Britain's ongoing Brexit saga, sapped investor sentiment in markets around the world.
As earnings such as those by Netflix and IBM land, investors are again shying away from momentum stocks and moving into value names.
The company posted a 14% increase in cloud revenue to $5 billion while its global business services segment brought in $4.1 billion.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced third-quarter results. "In the third quarter, as we continued to help clients with their digital reinventions, we grew revenue in our Cloud & Cognitive Software segment and in Global Business Services," said Ginni Rometty,...
According to a recent survey, 25% of IBM customers are planning to slash spending in 2020, while just 19% plan to increase it.
Global stocks traded mixed Wednesday, with modest gains in Asia offset by weaker U.S. equity futures, as investors eyed the final hours of Brexit negotiations between Britain and the EU while awaiting around round of third quarter earnings reports on Wall Street.
The Fed is doing this right. Let me repeat... the Fed is not screwing this up.
This is a market that wants to focus on earnings, central banks, and other positive issues.
U.S. stock futures decline as Wall Street awaits another round of third-quarter earnings reports and global stocks trade mixed as investors monitored Brexit developments; Netflix, IBM and Bank of America report earnings Wednesday; McKesson, AmerisourceBergen and Cardinal Health reportedly are in talks to pay $18 billion to settle thousands of opioid-related lawsuits.
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