|Bid||53.96 x 900|
|Ask||53.99 x 900|
|Day's Range||53.90 - 54.33|
|52 Week Range||41.91 - 61.02|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.02|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||11.33|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.37 (0.68%)|
|1y Target Est||63.58|
Sony unveiled the latest in its line of interchangeable lens mirrorlesscameras on Tuesday, debuting the A7R IV, its top-of-the-line full-framedigital shooter aimed at pros
Microsoft's (MSFT) robust execution and better-than-expected demand from customers for hybrid cloud offerings is likely to act as another tailwind.
Broadcom, Waymo, American Air, Samsung, Sony and Disney are the companies to watch.
After yesterday’s big fall, the Hang Seng Index rose marginally today. The index gained 0.13% to end at 28,222. The index opened considerably lower than yesterday’s close but gained in early trading. Afterward, the index remained within a narrow range to end the day on a slightly positive note.
After rising marginally yesterday, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index fell today. The index lost 1.15% to end at 28,185.98. Only seven stocks in the index rose, while 39 declined. Four remained unchanged. Tencent Holdings (TCEHY) was one of the worst performers with a 1.8% fall.
After falling on Friday, the Hang Seng Index started the week of the G20 meeting on a positive note. The index gained 0.14% today. Last week, the index gained 5%, and Friday was the only day it posted losses during the week.
Microsoft seems to be trying to set aside some business rivalries if it believes that working with a rival could help it achieve its bigger-picture goal. In the videogame market, for instance, Microsoft and Sony compete for gaming console customers, but Microsoft looks willing to work with Sony if doing so will allow it to capture a larger share of the videogame market.
Streaming and new consoles are coming to the $100 billion video game industry but who is on the cutting edge, and who will be left behind, as the industry innovates?
Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index, which has been under severe pressure this quarter, was the best performing Asian index on June 19 with 2.56% gains. The index recorded its third consecutive gain.
Dan Loeb is proposing that, after the spin-off of its semiconductor business, Sony (SNE) would emerge as the leading entertainment company with global positions in gaming, music, and pictures. He sees "New Sony’s" EBIT growing by 10% compounded annually or better because of tailwinds in gaming and music. Let' take a closer look.
Many of Sony’s (SNE) shareholders, both retail and institutional, have started pressuring the company to generate higher value and address its undervaluation. As Nikkei Asian Review reported, investors want answers on how the company plans to create value without approving Third Point’s suggestions. Here's why.