Hewlett-Packard Company

-$0.45 (-1.8%)
Closing price January 15, 2021
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HP shares popped Wednesday morning after it reported better than expected quarterly results.
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24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of a few of the most anticipated quarterly reports expected in this truncated trading week.
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24/7 Wall St. takes a look at Costco, Salesforce and some of the other key companies reporting quarterly results in this truncated trading week.
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