XRX - Xerox Holdings Corporation

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
29.80
+0.23 (+0.78%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close 29.57
Open 29.42
Bid 29.22 x 800
Ask 29.88 x 800
Day's Range 29.42 - 29.98
52 Week Range 18.58 - 36.58
Volume 1,558,454
Avg. Volume 1,997,138
Market Cap 6.762B
Beta (3Y Monthly) 2.07
PE Ratio (TTM) 13.52
EPS (TTM) 2.20
Earnings Date Oct 28, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield 1.00 (3.47%)
Ex-Dividend Date 2019-09-27
1y Target Est 37.25
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  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents

    Edited Transcript of XRX earnings conference call or presentation 30-Jul-19 12:00pm GMT

    Q2 2019 Xerox Corp Earnings Call

  • Sony CEO Urges Return to Geeky Engineering Roots
    Bloomberg

    Sony CEO Urges Return to Geeky Engineering Roots

    (Bloomberg) -- If you still remember Sony Corp. as the company that defined the cutting edge of technology in the 1990s, its chief executive officer has some good news for you.The past two decades have seen the company drift further into the entertainment business and away from the hard edge of new tech, but CEO Kenichiro Yoshida is keen to rebalance that equation, sending out the message that Sony is once again a place where engineers can dream big.Sony held its first ever research-and-development briefing last week, showcasing projects that most people wouldn’t expect from the maker of PlayStation consoles and Spider-Man movies: from a lightweight motion capture system to a remotely operated robotic arm capable of handling objects just milliliters in size. After a six-year absence, Sony also plans a return to the CEATEC consumer electronics show next month with a medical tech exhibit.“Technology is the thing that unites and animates Sony’s various businesses,” Yoshida said. “Sony’s purpose is to fill the world with wonder through the power of technology and creativity.”A number of exhibits at Sony’s R&D showcase seemed close to the brink of becoming real products, while others were manifestly long-term investments and investigations of how technology might develop in the future.Sony is developing a technology that can map an individual’s unique ear shape with just a smartphone photo, which can then be used to program headphones with 360-degree audio.In another demo, engineers showed how six matchbox-sized wearable devices can convert a person’s entire body into a game controller. Sony’s setup uses two off-the-shelf sensors found in every phone to track acceleration and rotation. The trick is to use deep learning networks to extrapolate the positions of knees and elbows for full-skeleton tracking. The company expects applications will range from gaming and movies to health care and augmented reality.Sony also showed off some real-time ray-tracing graphics, which at a 4K resolution require keeping track of 597,196,800 trajectories for each frame of video. The unique Sony spin to this is that the company has developed a neural network engine to extract textures from nearby objects and render them instantly on the screen.“When it comes to research, we have been guided by where we believe the world is heading and the things we want to build, not by Sony’s immediate needs,” said Hiroaki Kitano, director of Sony’s Computer Science Laboratories, in an interview.Created in 1988 and modeled after Xerox Corp.’s Palo Alto Research Center and AT&T Inc.’s Bell Labs, the CSL is Sony’s tech innovation incubator. It survived even the worst of the company’s budget cuts by keeping its small staff focused on high-impact, long-term projects, and now the company’s CEO is leaning on the group to help it steer a new course.CSL’s most visible contribution to date is probably the development of the operating system for Sony’s Aibo robotic dog, but almost all of the tech giant’s businesses have benefited from CSL research, Kitano said. Other projects currently underway include a robotic leg prosthesis, AI-assisted music composition software and a portable 360-degree video system that allows remote users to “jack in” in real time.“With CSL, we are looking at the kinds of technologies that would allow Sony to contribute to the world 10 to 20 years hence,” Toru Katsumoto, Sony’s senior executive vice president in charge of R&D, said at the briefing.To contact the reporters on this story: Pavel Alpeyev in Tokyo at palpeyev@bloomberg.net;Yuki Furukawa in Tokyo at yfurukawa13@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Edwin Chan at echan273@bloomberg.net, Vlad SavovFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Wall Street Edges Higher Wednesday
    GuruFocus.com

    Wall Street Edges Higher Wednesday

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  • Reasons to Hold Xerox (XRX) Stock in Your Portfolio Now
    Zacks

    Reasons to Hold Xerox (XRX) Stock in Your Portfolio Now

    The recently completed reorganization under a new holding company should help Xerox (XRX) attain greater strategic, operational and financial flexibility.

  • What Kind Of Shareholders Own XORTX Therapeutics Inc. (CNSX:XRX)?
    Simply Wall St.

    What Kind Of Shareholders Own XORTX Therapeutics Inc. (CNSX:XRX)?

    Every investor in XORTX Therapeutics Inc. (CNSX:XRX) should be aware of the most powerful shareholder groups. Large...

  • Carl Icahn Sets His Sights on Analytics Company Cloudera
    GuruFocus.com

    Carl Icahn Sets His Sights on Analytics Company Cloudera

    Activist investor may seek to gain board seats Continue reading...

  • Company News For Jul 31, 2019
    Zacks

    Company News For Jul 31, 2019

    Companies In The News Are: CMI, EME, SNE, XRX.

  • Xerox (XRX) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
    Motley Fool

    Xerox (XRX) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    XRX earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Xerox cuts full-year revenue forecast, shares fall

    Xerox Corp posted a better-than-expected quarterly profit on Tuesday, but cut its full-year revenue forecast citing organizational changes, primarily in North America. Xerox scrapped a complex deal last year to merge with Japan's Fujifilm Holdings Corp after it ran into strong opposition from activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason. Since then, the company has taken initiatives to streamline its business under the new management led by Chief Executive Officer John Visentin, an Icahn appointee.

  • Xerox cuts full-year revenue forecast, shares fall
    Reuters

    Xerox cuts full-year revenue forecast, shares fall

    Xerox scrapped a complex deal last year to merge with Japan's Fujifilm Holdings Corp after it ran into strong opposition from activist investors Carl Icahn and Darwin Deason. Since then, the company has taken initiatives to streamline its business under the new management led by Chief Executive Officer John Visentin, an Icahn appointee. Xerox now expects 2019 revenue to fall 6%, compared with a 5% decline it had estimated earlier.

  • Xerox's (XRX) Q2 Earnings Surpass Estimates, Revenues Lag
    Zacks

    Xerox's (XRX) Q2 Earnings Surpass Estimates, Revenues Lag

    Xerox's (XRX) second-quarter 2019 earnings increased year over year while revenues declined.

  • MarketWatch

    Xerox beats on profit but lowers full-year revenue forecast

    Xerox Corp. topped profit expectations in its second quarter but lowered its revenue outlook for the full year. Shares were inactive in premarket trading Tuesday. The company posted net income of $181 million, or 77 a share, compared with $112 million, or 42 a share, a year earlier. Adjusted earnings per share came in at 99 cents, up from 80 cents in the year-prior period and ahead of the 88-cent FactSet consensus. Revenue fell to $2.29 billion from $2.51 billion and fell just shy of the FactSet consensus, which called for $2.32 billion. Xerox said it has completed $300 million in share buybacks so far this year and intends to spend at least $600 million on repurchases through the end of the year. The company now expects full-year revenue to fall about 6% in constant currency. Xerox previously expected revenue to drop 5% for the full year. Shares have risen 72% so far this year, as the S&P 500 has gained 21%.

  • TheStreet.com

    [video]Xerox Prints a Better-Than-Expected Second Quarter

    Xerox reports second-quarter earnings that beat analysts' forecasts amid ongoing demand for its document imaging and related storage and filing products and services.

  • Xerox (XRX) Reports Next Week: Wall Street Expects Earnings Growth
    Zacks

    Xerox (XRX) Reports Next Week: Wall Street Expects Earnings Growth

    Xerox (XRX) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.

  • What's in the Cards for Xerox (XRX) This Earnings Season?
    Zacks

    What's in the Cards for Xerox (XRX) This Earnings Season?

    Xerox's (XRX) second-quarter 2019 results are likely to reflect weakness in transactional revenues.

  • Xerox (XRX) Earnings Expected to Grow: Should You Buy?
    Zacks

    Xerox (XRX) Earnings Expected to Grow: Should You Buy?

    Xerox (XRX) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.

  • Where Millionaires Live in America 2019
    Kiplinger

    Where Millionaires Live in America 2019

    A million bucks in liquid assets puts a household into pretty elite company these days.Once you strip out the value of real estate like the family home, employer-sponsored retirement plans and business partnerships, only 6.2% of American households qualify as actual millionaires. To clarify, that means they have at least $1 million in investable assets. Examples of investable assets include cash, stocks, bonds and funds, among a bunch of other types of investments and financial products.In raw numbers, 7,698,765 out of America's 123,942,960 total households have at least a million dollars in investable assets, according to Phoenix Marketing International (PMI), a firm that tracks the affluent market.Most of these millionaire households are found in and around big cities such as New York, Los Angeles and Chicago - just as you would expect. But some millionaires prefer to avoid the hustle and bustle of major metropolises. Indeed, pockets of millionaires can be found in some far-flung places.PMI annually ranks 933 urban areas, large and small, based on the percentage of millionaire households in each location. The following list of cities is limited to Census Bureau-defined metropolitan areas with populations of at least 50,000.By PMI's reckoning, the following 13 metro areas boast the highest concentrations of millionaire households in the U.S. SEE ALSO: 25 Small Towns With Big Millionaire Populations

  • 10 Stocks of S&P 500 ETF Up More Than 60% This Year
    Zacks

    10 Stocks of S&P 500 ETF Up More Than 60% This Year

    The S&P 500 breaks the 3,000 level for the first time ever after the Fed indicated easy money policies in the cards.