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International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)

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161.83+0.73 (+0.45%)
As of 10:01AM EST. Market open.
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Previous close161.10
Bid161.37 x 1800
Ask161.48 x 800
Day's range160.72 - 161.98
52-week range120.55 - 162.79
Avg. volume4,124,282
Market cap147.77B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.77
PE ratio (TTM)20.88
EPS (TTM)7.75
Earnings date23 Jan 2024 - 29 Jan 2024
Forward dividend & yield6.64 (4.12%)
Ex-dividend date09 Nov 2023
1y target est147.43
  • Motley Fool

    If You Invested $2,000 in IBM in 2020, This Is How Much You Would Have Today

    IBM (NYSE: IBM) has a dismal reputation as a long-term investment. IBM repeatedly failed to impress investors as the sluggish growth of its legacy infrastructure services, hardware, and business software units offset the stronger growth of its newer cloud-based services. Its myopic commitment to cutting costs and boosting its earnings per share (EPS) with buybacks also caused it to fall behind Amazon, Microsoft, and Alphabet's Google in the growing public cloud infrastructure market.

  • Associated Press Finance

    AI's future could be 'open-source' or closed. Tech giants are divided as they lobby regulators

    Facebook parent Meta and IBM on Tuesday launched a new group called the AI Alliance that’s advocating for an “open science” approach to AI development that puts them at odds with rivals Google, Microsoft and ChatGPT-maker OpenAI. "So it’s not like a thing that is locked in a barrel and no one knows what they are.” WHAT'S OPEN-SOURCE AI? The term “open-source” comes from a decades-old practice of building software in which the code is free or widely accessible for anyone to examine, modify and build upon.

  • Financial Times

    Quantum computing: IBM timeline could power up funding

    Quantum computers harness the mind-bending probability of subatomic particles existing in multiple states simultaneously. General purpose quantum computers remain a fantasy. This week, IBM attempted to lay out a road map for the practical application of quantum computing, claiming that it could provide error-free calculations by the end of the decade.