Should I Buy Oracle Corp. (ORCL) stock as it soared to $56.06 today? Is it best stock to buy?
Latest price action
Oracle Corp. (ORCL) soared on 1:49:17 PM. Its latest stock price is $56.06 indicating change of 0.65%.
About 3,804,074 shares exchanged hands on 1:49:17 PM for Oracle Corp. (ORCL), compared with an average daily volume of 9,482,505 shares.
Daily price range
After opening the trading day at $55.85, shares of Oracle Corp. traded within a range of $55.77 to $56.57.
52 weeks price range
In the last 52 weeks, shares of Oracle Corp. has gone down to $39.71 marking it 52 week low and gone up at $62.60 indicating it 52 week high. Its year till date change is 3.89%.
Shares of Oracle Corp. is currently trading at $56.06 indicating P/E ratio of 17.16 .
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About Oracle Corp.
Oracle Corp. engages in the provision of products and services that address all aspects of corporate information technology environments. It operates through the following business segments: Cloud and License, Hardware, and Services. The Cloud and License segment markets, sells, and delivers applications, platform, and infrastructure technologies. The Hardware segment provides hardware products and hardware-related software products including Oracle Engineered Systems, servers, storage, industry-specific hardware, operating systems, virtualization, management and other hardware related software, and related hardware support. The Services segment offers consulting, advanced support, and education services. The company was founded by Lawrence Joseph Ellison, Robert Nimrod Miner and Edward A. Oates on June 16, 1977 and is headquartered in Redwood City, CA.
Recent ORCL News
Mon Nov 23 16:00:00 UTC 2020
Business Wire: Apps Associates Research Highlights Four Roadblocks to Accelerated Cloud Adoption
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apps Associates, an expert cloud migration and strategic IT services consultant, today released findings of its latest research ? evaluating year-over-year comparisons to the state of the cloud migration landscape. The findings published in Moving Oracle to the Cloud: The Four Roadblocks to Accelerated Cloud Adoption provide a view into what persistent challenges are holding IT decision makers (ITDMs) back from digital transformation ? and how their pain points and perc
Mon Nov 23 11:00:58 UTC 2020
Fintech Zoom: SalesForce ? Advertising and marketing cloud platform Market Provide and Demand Tendencies, Success Pointers, Macro and Mi
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US technology giant Oracle has launched a regional cloud data centre in Dubai, reflecting the importance of the UAE as a local, regional and global technology hub?
Sat Nov 21 14:22:58 UTC 2020
Benzinga: Benzinga's Bulls And Bears Of The Week: Moderna, Palantir, Tesla And More
Benzinga has examined the prospects for many investor favorite stocks over the past week. The bullish calls this past week included a struggling retailer and a Warren Buffett pick. A COVID-19 vaccine frontrunner and a pot stock were featured among the week's bearish calls. Investors and analysts had plenty to mull over last week, from good news on the COVID-19 vaccine front, to tension between the Federal Reserve and U.S. Treasury , to earnings season winding down with results from big retailers ahead of the holiday shopping season. Despite all that, the big U.S. indexes ended the week essentially flat. Also in the past week, big tech CEOs were in front of U.S. Congress again, a long-awaited new S&P 500 member was announced, an e-commerce colossus expanded its empire again, and an aerospace giant finally got the nod it wanted. Investors read the latest tea leaves from the Oracle of Omaha , and rumors suggested that the iPhone maker may have yet one more surprise. Through it all, Benzinga continued to examine the prospects for many of the stocks most popular with investors.
Sat Nov 21 14:15:00 UTC 2020
Business Insider: Nvidia, AMD and Intel are leading an unprecedented $100 billion wave of acquisitions as the cloud and AI change the chip market: 'The biggest year for consolidation ever; (INTC, AMD, NVDA)
Summary List Placement Big merger deals, once rare in the semiconductor industry, have been accelerating as chip giants jockey for position in a rapidly shifting market. And the buying spree has picked up steam in the last few months with back-to-back deals worth $100 billion in total. Over the past few years, major chip makers, led by Nvidia, AMD and Intel, have been on a buying spree, gobbling up or making bold, even surprising, bids for companies, including startups and longtime industry players. "The semiconductor industry has been on fire this year," Charles Wuischpard, CEO of chip startup Ayar Labs, which just raised $35 million in venture capital funding, told Business Insider. "Lots of transactions." Bernstein Research analyst Stacy Rasgon said the M&A wave started around 2014-2015. But "this would be the biggest year for consolidation," he told Business Insider. The big chip M&A deals over the past seven months include: In April, Nvidia acquired networking chip and equipment maker Mellanox for $7 billion.
Sat Nov 21 13:45:00 UTC 2020
Business Insider: Semiconductor salaries revealed: Here's how much Nvidia, Intel, AMD, and Micron pay engineers, data scientists, directors, and more (INTC, NVDA, AMD, MU)
Summary List Placement The semiconductor industry has been growing rapidly as the rise of technologies like cloud computing and artificial intelligence spark stronger demand for more powerful computer processors. Intel, the world's biggest chipmaker, is facing stiffer competition from rivals led by AMD and Nvidia, which are challenging its dominance in the lucrative data center chip market and outpacing the Silicon Valley giant in AI. Memory chip giant Micron has also benefitted from strong demand for memory processors. The competition has also led to heightened competition for talent, especially in hardware and software engineering and artificial intelligence. Big chip companies have been looking overseas to fill key roles through the H-1B visa program. Business Insider analyzed the US Office of Foreign Labor Certification's 2020 disclosure data for permanent and temporary foreign workers to find out what four major semiconductor giants ? Nvidia, Intel, AMD, and Micron ? have paid recent new hires.
Fri Nov 20 23:05:29 UTC 2020
Yahoo Finance: Apple to AT&T Wary of Full Disclosure in Google Antitrust Case
(Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. and other technology companies said confidential material they provided for the U.S. government?s antitrust probe of Alphabet Inc.?s Google should not be shared with the search giant?s in-house lawyers because the information is too sensitive.In a filing Friday in federal court in Washington, Apple said it gave the U.S. Justice Department ?competitively sensitive? documents and that allowing lawyers inside Google to see the information would result in ?material harm? to Apple. A similar joint filing was made by Amazon.com Inc., AT&T Inc., Microsoft Corp., Oracle Corp., Comcast Corp., Sonos Inc., Duck Duck Go Inc. and T-Mobile US Inc.Concerns about such disclosures have emerged since the government sued Google for allegedly abusing its power to thwart competition. The Justice Department and Google have clashed over the extent of access to information collected by the government before it sued. The judge overseeing the case, Amit Mehta, has yet to rule on the issue.The Justice Department has proposed allowing companies that provided information to designate their most sensitive documents as ?highly confidential,? which would prevent access to Google?s in-house lawyers, according to court papers.
Fri Nov 20 22:40:02 UTC 2020
Techmeme: The CIA awards its Commercial Cloud Enterprise contract to AWS, Microsoft, Google, Oracle, and IBM; the project's expected value is in the "tens of billions" (Frank Konkel/Nextgov)
Frank Konkel / Nextgov : The CIA awards its Commercial Cloud Enterprise contract to AWS, Microsoft, Google, Oracle, and IBM; the project's expected value is in the ?tens of billions? ? The agency has awarded a contract to bring foundational cloud services from multiple cloud service providers into the intelligence community.
Fri Nov 20 12:30:06 UTC 2020
OpenPR: Global Clinical Analytics Solution Market 2020: Growth, Emerging Trends And Forecast By Cerner Corporation., McKesson Corporation, Allscripts Healthcare, LLC, Oracle, Optum, Inc., Medical Information Technology
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Fri Nov 20 01:03:30 UTC 2020
IT Security News: PCI Pal and Oracle collaborate to add security and compliance options for CNP payments | | IT Security News
Read the original article: PCI Pal and Oracle collaborate to add security and compliance options for CNP paymentsPCI Pal announced a new collaboration with Oracle to offer its contact center customers additional security and compliance options for Cardholder Not Present (CNP) payments. Bringing together Oracle's market-leading Enterprise Session Border Controller (E-SBC) with PCI Pal's proven PCI compliance solutions, Oracle customers can ensure that their voice interactions and sensitive cardholder data are secure. With contactless transactions becoming a necessity for many businesses, CNP payments are on the rise. Correspondingly, however, bad actors have ? More ? The post PCI Pal and Oracle collaborate to add security and compliance options for CNP payments appeared first on Help Net Security. Become a supporter of IT Security News and help us remove the ads.Read the original article: PCI Pal and Oracle collaborate to add security and compliance options for CNP payments