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International Business Machines (NYSE: IBM)

$173.97 USD -$0.54 (-0.31%)
Last Price $173.97
Net Change $-0.54 (-0.31%)
Bid $173.95
Ask Price $173.99
Open Price $174.3
Previous Close Price $174.51
High Price $174.49
Low Price $173.46
Number of Trades 3,341
Volume 654,346
Fifty Two Week High $182.79 (2017-02-16)
Fifty Two Week Low $142.5 (2016-06-27)
Average Daily Volume 3,658,093
Share Outstanding 943,210 Shares
Total Dividend Payout 5.6/yr
Dividend Yield 3.22%
1st Quarter Earnings $5.01 (2017-01-19)
2nd Quarter Earnings $3.29 (2016-10-17)
3nd Quarter Earnings $2.95 (2016-07-18)
4th Quarter Earnings $2.35 (2016-04-18)
PE Ratio $12.78
EPS Growth $1.52
Recent Earnings $5.01
Annual EPS $13.6
Last Quarter EPS $
Market Capitalization $164.09B
Insider Shareholders % 0.0023%
Annual Revenue $0B
No. Shares Outstanding 943,210
Inst. Shareholder % 59.73%
Annual Net Income $11.87B
TTM Net Profit Margin $14.86
1-Year Return 21.04%
3-Year Return -0.21%
5-Year Return -4.43%
5-Year Revenue Growth -25.25%
5-Year Earnings Growth 1.57%
5-Year Dividend Growth 89.66%
Annual Dividend $5.6
Annual Dividend Yield 3.22%
Change in EPS YTD 1.52%
Dividends per Share $1.4
Stock Split Ratio 2-1
Beta 0.97
IBM is an information technology (IT) company. The company operates in five segments: Global Technology Services Global Business Services Software Systems and Technology and Global Financing. The Global Technology Services segment provides IT infrastructure services and business process services. The Global Business Services segment offers professional services and application management services. The Software segment consists primarily of middleware and operating systems software. The Systems and Technology segment provides computing power and storage solutions; and semiconductor technology products and packaging solutions. The Global Financing segment invests in financing assets leverages with debt and manages the associated risks. IBM is headquartered in Armonk New York.

Today's IBM Stock Update

This IBM stock price update gives you some of the most important numbers you need to evaluate IBM today, March 29, 2017. IBM shares climbed 0.43% or $0.74 from the day before, taking the IBM closing price to $174.51. Here's how the current IBM price compares to 52-week highs and lows... IBM is now trading above where it was one-year ago, with the share price having gone up by 17.59%.

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The IBM stock price 52-week high is $182.79. That was hit on 2/16/2017. The IBM stock 52-week low is $142.50, reached on 6/27/2016. Also important to note - IBM trading volume yesterday was 3,259,000. That's less than IBM stock's average daily trading volume of 3,523,871. The market cap of IBM is 164,599,577,000. That means IBM has a large market cap, because it's between 10 billion and 200 billion. As of April 1, 2016, the company with the biggest market cap of all publicly traded companies is Apple.

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The current P/E (price/earnings) ratio of IBM stock is 12.78. That's not as high as the March 2016 S&P 500 P/E ratio of about 23. To really gauge if this stock's P/E is high or low, you should compare IBM to other companies in the same industry. The current EPS (earnings per share) of IBM is 12.40. Beta - how closely the stock trades with the overall market, with a beta of 1 meaning it trades in step with the broader index -- for IBM is 0.97. IBM stock has a dividend yield of 3.22%. Generally a dividend yield of 2% or more is decent for those investors who want income from dividend stocks. Every day we publish IBM stock news and coverage on a handful of other key stocks we're watching now so you can maximize profits. To get new info and stock news on IBM and other companies you are interested in, sign up for Money Morning - it's free.

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