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Like Salesforce, Workday is seeing slowing growth in its original market. To keep growing rapidly, the company needs to expand its presence in adjacent fields featuring tough competition.
That's a nice surprise, but tech is still among the victims of the chaos.
Amazon Web Services is building up a formidable range of features and partners, challenging the big enterprise software providers.
Shares get hammered, but not other cloud stocks.
Jim Cramer says Workday shares are down big following what he says amounted to a cut in current quarter forecasts on the company's earnings call.
Shares of the human resources software provider were plunging after Workday said it expects several large contracts to be delayed in the fourth quarter.
In previous tech sector declines, it did not pay to buy the first day after the crash.
The company unveiled new features at this year's Amazon Web Services conference, making a convincing argument that rivals can't match the breadth of its offerings.
U.S. stock futures turn lower Thursday as oil prices stabilize after soaring during the previous session following OPEC's agreement to cut output; U.S. automakers release November sales.
The company has unveiled new features at this year's AWS re:Invent conference and made a convincing argument that rivals can't match the breadth of its offerings.
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The U.S. labor market is back in the spotlight in the coming week with the nonfarm payrolls report on tap for a Friday morning release.
WDAY's overall pattern is positive, so look to buy available weakness and then add to positions on strength above $88.
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