Discussion in 'Stocks' started by dealmaker, Nov 17, 2017.

  1. dealmaker


    Splunk shares leap 14% as earnings smash estimates
    Big-data services provider Splunk Inc., based in San Francisco, saw its shares jump nearly 14 percent in after-hours tradingThursdayafter delighting Wall Street with fiscal third-quarter earnings that beat analysts’ targets. The company also issued better-than-expected guidance for the coming quarter. Splunk is one of the leaders in big-data software, used by companies to analyze and gain insights from the massive volumes of data they accumulate.(SiliconANGLE)
  2. vanzandt


    It was around $70 when you posted that.
    Just hit $99.99 after hours on a blowout report.
    Good find DM.
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  3. Splunk reported first-quarter results that were in line with analysts' expectations as the firm continues to execute well on its transition to cloud-based services and subscription-oriented contracts.

    Management lifted its full-year revenue outlook to $1.64 billion, up from $1.62 billion. The firm is well positioned to exceed its fiscal 2020 revenue goal of $2 billion.
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