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NYSE: IT
$315.93
-$1.04 (-0.3%)
Closing price September 16, 2021
The analysts at BofA Securities have added an IT services giant to the firm's US 1 List of top stock recommendations. Plus, here are three additional ideas that make sense for growth investors now
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The insiders are back and they are buying and selling. Until the period for second-quarter earnings rolls around in July, the windows for insiders will be wide open.
With just over a month until the second-quarter earnings season begins, many people may be taking advantage of windows that are open to corporate executives and 10% holders to sell shares.
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Source: ThinkstockIn September, the last time we took a look at the stocks of the largest manufacturers of chip-making machinery, we found just one that had not posted double-digit gains over the...
Source: ThinkstockMakers of equipment used to manufacture semiconductors have faced a slowing market so far in 2013, and conditions are not expected to improve until next year. That is on top of a...
Source: courtesy of Nokia Corp.The announced acquisition by Microsoft Corp. (NASDAQ: MSFT) of the mobile phone business of Nokia Corp. (NYSE: NOK) for $7.2 billion gives Microsoft a couple of things....
Source: courtesy of SamsungGlobal mobile phone sales totaled 435 million units in the second quarter of 2013, and of that total, some 225 million units, or 51.8%, were smartphones. That is the first...
Source: ThinkstockLate last month research firm Gartner Inc. (NYSE: IT) forecast that PC sales would fall by 10.6% in 2013. Right on on plan, the firm said today that second-quarter shipments fell by...
Source: courtesy of AppleTotal device shipments in 2013 are projected to total 2.35 billion units in 2013, up nearly 6% over total 2012 shipments. Sales of tablets will drive the increase, according...
Source: courtesy of Apple Inc.In the first quarter of 2013, worldwide mobile phone sales totaled nearly 426 million units, up about 0.7% compared with the first quarter of 2012. Smartphone sales...
Source: courtesy of MicrosoftThe worldwide market for combined shipments of PCs, tablets and mobile phones is expected to total 2.4 billion units in 2013, rising to nearly 3 billion units by 2017. It...