In this installment of Using a Value Line Report, we will be comparing two behemoths in the technology industry, Intel Corp.
(INTC) and International Business Machines Corp.
(IBM). Intel is the younger of the two iconic tech giants.
The investment community bid up shares of industrial conglomerate General Electric
this morning following the release of better-than-expected third-quarter earnings.
Founded in 1848, Lazard Ltd.
) operates as a financial advisory and asset management company. The asset manager
engages in investment banking, provides investment advisory products and services, and manages more than $180 billion in assets across the globe.
, the largest health insurance company in the United States, has reported strong third-quarter results. The stock rose modestly on the news.
Investment bank and Dow-30 component Goldman Sachs
has reported solid third-quarter results.
Credit card issuer
and Dow-30 component American Express
has delivered better-than-expected third-quarter earnings
, but the stock slipped on the news, possibly because of the down day in the market.
Chip behemoth Intel
has reported good news for the third quarter, but the investment community is hung up on its mobile unit.
Healthcare conglomerate and Dow-30 member Johnson and Johnson
reported better-than-expected third-quarter results. The top line came in at $18.5 billion, up 5% from the year-earlier figure and about $100 million better than the consensus number.
The investment community was unhappy with banking giant and Dow-30
member JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s
softer-than-expected September-quarter earnings
Value Line is initiating coverage of Demandware, Inc
., a provider of enterprise cloud-based digital commerce solutions
for retailers and banded manufacturers. The company is based in Burlington, Massachusetts and was founded in 2004.