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Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT)’s Surface Pro: May or May Not Be a Success – ORCL, CA, FTNT

on 23/01/2013

NEW YORK, JANUARY 23, 2013 — (Net PR News) The Windows 8 designed for tablet is an exceptional entry in the market of technology. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) unveiled Surface Pro for the international market. The new product will be introduced in North America on Feb 9, while other major markets will see the latest entry in a while.

The Windows device, which is offered for the sum of $US899 during its introductory stage, is featured with a 10.6-inch HD display screen, an Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB/128GB of internal storage and a microSDXC slot that accommodates up to 64GB of additional memory.

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MSFT is also providing customers with its productivity suite, along with the device, so that the customers can have fun and entertainment via their new purchase. The Surface Pro may attract customers belonging to a specific class, but it is doubted regarding its ability to establish a broad customer base.   

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) reported the fall of -0.34% and closed at $27.15 with the total traded volume of 58.65 million shares. Its price to sales ratio ended at 3.16 and its price to cash per share was $ 3.43. Its market capitalization is $ 228.51 billion. Microsoft Corporation(NASDAQ:MSFT) stock owned by Financial Institutions was 67.43% while by insiders was 5.32%.

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Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ:ORCL) has the market capitalization of $165.37 billion, enterprise value of $151.43 billion. The company has the price over sales value of $4.44, whereas its price over book value was $3.86 for the most recent quarter.

Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ:ORCL) has the total cash of $33.70 billion as compared to total debt of $19.76 billion for the most recent quarter, with the current ratio of 3.33 for the most recent quarter.

The stock has a 52-week high price of $35.13 and its 52-week low was recorded at $25.33. 50-Day moving average was $33.57 and 200-Day moving average was $31.71.

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CA, Inc. (NASDAQ:CA) reported the decrease of -0.08% to close at $24.55 with the overall traded volume of 5.80 million shares. Its market capitalization was $11.28 billion. Its debt to equity ratio was 0.24. CA, Inc.(NASDAQ:CA) has the total of 459.29 million outstanding shares, as compared to 332.67 million shares that were floated in the market. Its beta value stands at 1.04 times and return on equity was 16.84%.

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Fortinet, Inc. (NASDAQ:FTNT) moved down -2.18% to close at $19.32. Its total traded volume during the last trading session was 3.61 million shares.

Fortinet, Inc.(NASDAQ:FTNT)’s 5 years revenue rate remained 28.56%. The total market capitalization is $3.09 billion. It gained 15.55% return on Equity, 11.96% return on Investment and 7.80% return on Assets.

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Source: Fast Moving Stock Posted Wed, January 23, 2013 14:01 - Permalink