Jabil Circuit, Inc.

NYSE: JBL
$70.72
+$0.76 (+1.1%)
Closing price January 14, 2022
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Jabil reported better than expected quarterly results before the markets opened on Thursday. What comes next?
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Jabil, one of the world's top outsourced manufacturing companies, has announced that the Covid-19 outbreak is having a negative impact on its second quarter of fiscal 2020.
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