Should I Buy Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) stock as it declined to $256.48 today? Is it best stock to buy?
Latest price action
Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) declined on 1:56:57 PM. Its latest stock price is $256.48 indicating change of -0.78%.
About 11,947,280 shares exchanged hands on 1:56:57 PM for Microsoft Corporation (MSFT), compared with an average daily volume of 29,567,297 shares.
Daily price range
After opening the trading day at , shares of Microsoft Corporation traded within a range of to .
52 weeks price range
In the last 52 weeks, shares of Microsoft Corporation has gone down to $164.44 marking it 52 week low and gone up at $259.19 indicating it 52 week high. Its year till date change is 15.7%.
Shares of Microsoft Corporation is currently trading at $256.48 indicating P/E ratio of 38.22 .
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About Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft enables digital transformation for the era of an intelligent cloud and an intelligent edge. Its mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.
Recent MSFT News
Wed Apr 14 16:19:24 UTC 2021
Business Insider: Most startups won't cut employee salaries if they move to cheaper cities, but many will, a Lightspeed survey finds
Summary List Placement In the first quarter, Lightspeed Venture Partners ran a survey of 328 companies, mostly early-stage startups, to figure out when business will return to normal. It reported that half of companies polled will let employees decide when they want to go back to the office, and that some form of remote work is the "new normal" for about 90% of companies. One of the more interesting findings was on the topic of salaries. "The ability to work from anywhere has inspired some employees to leave expensive tech hubs and settle in areas with a lower cost of living," Lightspeed talent partner Luke Beseda, who led the companies survey, wrote in a blog post . The migration has led some companies like Facebook, Microsoft, and Stripe to adjust salaries for those employees. But Lightspeed's survey suggest they're in the minority, which is good news for workers settling in suburban zip codes. The survey asked, "How do employee salaries change if they move to a new region?" 50% said "salaries stay at the original rate" 21% said "salary is adjusted to local rate" 17% said "salary is frozen at original rate until it matches local rate" 8% said they're undecided 4% did not answer the question The survey results suggest that most tech workers fleeing cities don't have to worry about pay cuts, although some might not be getting raises until the standard pay for someone local in the position catches up to their salary. "This will likely result in employees optimizing for cost living," Beseda said.
Wed Apr 14 14:36:44 UTC 2021
Business Insider: Big Tech has turned to Nicholas Bloom for help navigating their return to the office. Here's what the Stanford economist recommends.
Summary List Placement Tens of millions of Americans are working from home, often for the first time, discovering the arrangement's surprising benefits, even amid all the misery of the pandemic. And they've been hounding their managers for answers so they can start planning their post-COVID-19 lives. Should they re-sign the lease on their $3,000 studio in San Francisco? Can they move to Hawaii ? Which school should they enroll their kids in this fall? Desperate for advice, many companies have turned to Nicholas Bloom, an economics professor at Stanford University. He was not only one of the few economists who had ever studied remote work before 2020 but also already in Silicon Valley's backyard teaching at a university that's basically synonymous with the tech industry. Since last spring, Bloom, 47, has presented his research on remote work to about 100 managers at companies including Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Apple, Twitter, Intel, and ServiceNow. From the beginning, Bloom has recommended that companies adopt a partial work-from-home policy: one to three days at home and the rest of the week in the office.
Wed Apr 14 14:15:42 UTC 2021
Benzinga: This Day In Market History: Nasdaq Drops 9.6% In Dot-Com Bubble Sell-Off
Each day, Benzinga takes a look back at a notable market-related moment that occurred on this date. What Happened? On this day 21 years ago, the Nasdaq dropped 9.6% as the dot com bubble burst. Where The Market Was: The Dow finished the day at 10,305.77. The S&P 500 closed at 1,356.56. What Else Was Going On In The World? In 2000, concerns about widespread Y2K computer glitches proved to be unwarranted after no major outages occurred. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: ? Full story available on Benzinga.com
Wed Apr 14 12:00:04 UTC 2021
CNET: First Look at the Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 video - CNET
We unbox and look at the recently announced Surface Laptop 4 from Microsoft.
Wed Apr 14 11:00:05 UTC 2021
CNET: Apple event on April 20, Microsoft launches Surface Laptop 4 video - CNET
In today's news, Apple announces the date for its next virtual event, Microsoft adds a new laptop to the Surface family and US health officials recommend a pause on the rollout of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Wed Apr 14 10:00:09 UTC 2021
CNET: Yes, you can get Microsoft 365 for free. Here's how - CNET
Anyone can use Microsoft's Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps without spending any money. We'll explain how to do it.
Wed Apr 14 05:35:31 UTC 2021
Reuters: Indonesian e-commerce firm Bukalapak raises $234 million: document
Indonesian e-commerce company Bukalapak raised $234 million in capital in a funding round led by Microsoft, Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC, and local media conglomerate Emtek, according to a sale document reviewed by Reuters.
Tue Apr 13 21:29:05 UTC 2021
The Street: Nancy Pelosi's Husband Uses Call Options to Buy Microsoft Ahead of Big Govt Contract
Nancy Pelosi's husband made an excellent options trade. Let's check it out.