|Bid||233.60 x 900|
|Ask||233.67 x 1000|
|Day's range||231.02 - 240.92|
|52-week range||172.92 - 277.61|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.02|
|PE ratio (TTM)||48.09|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||291.26|
The latest on developments in financial markets (all times local): 11:45 a.m. Stocks are slumping on Wall Street again on new concerns about China's economy and as Johnson & Johnson plunges. Weak economic ...
Stocks are sagging Friday after weak economic data from China has investors worrying about the global economy again. China's government said industrial output and retail sales both slowed in November. In the U.S., health care products giant Johnson & Johnson plunged after Reuters reported that the company has known since the 1970s that its talc baby powder sometimes contained carcinogenic asbestos.
Adobe's (ADBE) fiscal fourth-quarter revenues are benefited by contributions from Marketo acquisition, strong demand for its creative products and solid efforts for product innovation.
Stocks are at their cheapest since March 2016, a period that kicked off a nearly 20 percent rally over the following 12 months. Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com and Strategic Wealth Partners' Mark Tepper discuss whether this is a repeat performance.
Investing.com - Adobe (NASDAQ:ADBE) reported fourth quarter earnings that missed analysts' expectations on Thursday and revenue that topped forecasts.
Adobe Systems Inc. is betting that sustained demand from U.S. corporate customers and technology buyers in emerging markets will drive another year of revenue growth above 20%. “Digital has become an imperative for enterprises,” Chief Executive Shantanu Narayen said during a conference call with analysts, adding that company executives know if they fail to keep up with technology, a rival could swoop in. The company, which reported a record $9.03 billion in revenue for the year ended Nov. 30, on Thursday raised its revenue target for the current financial year to $11.15 billion, including its acquisition of marketing-automation firm Marketo.
Jim Cramer speaks with Adobe Chairman and CEO Shantanu Narayen about his company's recent acquisitions after earnings.
Adobe (ADBE) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -2.66% and 1.64%, respectively, for the quarter ended November 2018. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
(Reuters) - Adobe Systems Inc on Thursday reported a 22.8 percent rise in quarterly revenue, helped by higher subscriptions for its flagship Creative Cloud suite of software that includes Photoshop.
On a per-share basis, the San Jose, California-based company said it had profit of $1.37. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, came to $1.83 per share. The results fell short of Wall Street ...
Stock futures: Ciena earnings crushed views, sending Ciena stock back into buy range. Microsoft stock leads several top techs nearing buy points.
Ryan McQueeney discusses the end of the ECB's bond-buying policy and China's first major purchase of U.S. soybeans in months. He also highlights news affecting GE, Robinhood, Adobe, and Costco.
Google (GOOGL) has signed on Walt Disney (DIS) as an ad-technology customer in a multiyear deal, with Disney set to use Google’s Ad Manager platform to manage and deliver digital ads across its various platforms. Details of the deal, such as exactly how long it is expected to last and what Disney has agreed to pay for using Google’s ad technology, have not been disclosed. However, the deal is a huge win for Google in the race for ad-tech revenue.
Stocks traded higher on Thursday as investors digested the recent developments surrounding the ongoing U.S.-China trade war in what has been a very volatile week for Wall Street.
Just a few years ago, retailers considered smartphones the enemy of the in-store experience they were trying to create. Today, stores are taking their cues from shoppers and now consider the smartphone their friend. Nike created a buzz last month when it unveiled two new features on its mobile app during the opening of its latest high tech store in New York City.
The explosion in online shopping has led to porch pirates and stoop surfers swiping holiday packages from unsuspecting residents. The cops in one New Jersey city are trying to catch the thieves with some trickery of their own.
E-commerce made up 10 percent of all retail sales in the second quarter of 2018 and totaled $6.22 billion on Black Friday alone. And a lot of online shopping is impulsive, not budgeted for or planned.