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Microsoft Corporation (MSFT)

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204.20+1.66 (+0.82%)
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Previous Close202.54
Bid203.72 x 800
Ask203.80 x 1300
Day's Range202.08 - 205.42
52 Week Range132.52 - 232.86
Avg. Volume35,314,132
Market Cap1.545T
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.89
PE Ratio (TTM)35.45
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.24 (1.11%)
Ex-Dividend DateNov. 18, 2020
1y Target EstN/A
  • Microsoft launches Azure Orbital to connect satellites to its cloud
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    Microsoft launches Azure Orbital to connect satellites to its cloud

    At its (virtual) Ignite conference, Microsoft today announced the launch of Azure Orbital, a new service that is meant to give satellite operators a complete platform to communicate with their satellites and process data from them -- including the ground stations to receive those signals. The company is specifically positioning the services as a solution for working with geospatial data and itis already partnering with Amergint, Kratos, KSAT, KubOS, Viasat, US Electrodynamics and Viasat to bring the service to market. "Microsoft is well-positioned to support customer needs in gathering, transporting, and processing of geospatial data," Yves Pitsch, Principal Product Manager, Azure Networking, writes in today's blog post.

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    Microsoft buying Bethesda in $7.5B deal

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    US STOCKS-Nasdaq, S&P 500 edge higher on Amazon boost; Dow under pressure

    The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq edged higher on Tuesday, led by a bounce in shares of, while uncertainty over more U.S. fiscal stimulus kept trading in Dow constituents muted. Inc jumped 2.7% after Bernstein upgraded its stock to "outperform", saying the company will continue to receive a boost from premium subscribers and third-party merchants even beyond the pandemic. Seven of the 11 major S&P 500 indexes were trading higher, with real estate and consumer discretionary leading gains.