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Oct 15, 2009

Curiosities of the Market

This is one of the curiosities the manipulation of the market gives us in these days, I may be wrong I may be right, who knows, it is just my appreciation of what I see., UPS AND DOWNS AS NEVER BEFORE::: EARNINGS RISE; STOCKS FALL, - OVERVALUED - I DON? I THINK SO ...DO YOU?

Fernando Guzmán Cavero

IBM Beats Earnings Forecasts, Raises Outlook, But Stock Fall:
According to CNBC:
IBM Beats Earnings Forecasts, Raises Outlook, But Stock Falls
Published: Thursday, 15 Oct 2009 | 4:40 PM ET
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By: Reuters
IBM Thursday raised its full-year outlook and reported higher-than-expected quarterly profit as its growing focus on higher-margin software and services businesses helped it cope with weak technology spending.


But investors dumped IBM shares [IBM  127.98    -0.37  (-0.29%)   ] after the results, sending the stock lower in after-hours trading. Click here to get after-hours quote
International Business Machines said it expects full-year earnings of at least $9.85 per share, up from its previous outlook of at least $9.70 a share. It had also raised its outlook last quarter as well from a previous forecast of $9.20.
"We are optimistic about 2009 as we again raise our full-year expectations and we remain well ahead of pace for our 2010 roadmap of $10 to $11 per share," said Chief Executive Samuel Palmisano.
IBM has managed to escape the worst of the tech downturn of the past year as it shifts more of its sales from servers to software and services in outsourcing, automation and technology support — areas that have remained relatively strong as companies seek ways to cut costs.
The company reported its third-quarter net profit rose to $3.2 billion, or $2.40 a share, from $2.8 billion, or $2.04 a share, a year earlier. Analysts on average expected a profit of $2.38 per share, according to Thomson Reuters.

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Revenue fell 7 percent from a year earlier to $23.6 billion, although it rose 1 percent from the previous quarter and was better than Wall Street's forecast of $23.4 billion.
The company also forecast a return to revenue growth in the fourth quarter.IBM shares, which had risen about 24 percent in the past three months on hopes of a recovery in technology spending, fell 3.3 percent to $123.80 after closing at $127.98 on the New York Stock Exchange.
"We expected them to exceed expectations on both numbers. I also think you can interpret that the dynamics within the technology category are vastly improving. I think IT spending appears to be on the mend," said Keith Wirtz, president and chief investment officer at Fifth Third Asset Management..

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Fernando Guzmán Cavero


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