This morning, two big companies in very different fields released their Q4 earnings and both exhibited a pattern that is one of the most frustrating for investors, particularly those new to the stock market. Old tech giant IBM (IBM) and oilfield …
But shares fell off the back of dwindling margins Despite breaking a 22-quarter curse of declining revenues, Big Blue's Q4 did little to impress the stock market. IBM
The last time IBM reported revenue growth from a prior year was in Q1 2012, which was Ginni Rometty's first as CEO. Despite the good overall news, the stock fell …
IBM had strong free cash flow of nearly $13 billion for the full year, up 11 percent …
Among the S&P 500’s biggest fallers on Friday January 19 was International Business Machines Corp (IBM). The stock experienced a 3.99% decline to $162.37 with 21.08 million shares changing hands. International Business Machines …
IBM posted its Q4 results on January 18 ... as a one-time charge of $5.5 billion associated with enactment of tax reform impacted profits. The stock price declined by 3% in aftermarket trading as the tax reform will actually increase …
The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Friday morning was being dragged lower on …
One major IBM investor has recently soured on the company. Warren Buffett said in May that he's ditched a third of his stock, explaining, "I don't value IBM the same way that I did six years ago when I started buying." IBM also reported a …
Asian stock markets closed mainly higher (http ... Shares of International Business Machines Corp.(IBM) dropped more than 3% premarket after the tech company late Thursday reported a fourth-quarter loss …
It's been a wild ride for International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) stock this year. Wall Street simply doesn't know what to do with this enterprise solutions giant. IBM stock has traded as low as $151.55 in late January and as …