HP Sales, Profit Top Estimates on Corporate Demand

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Nov. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Hewlett-Packard reported fiscal fourth-quarter revenue and profit that topped analysts’ estimates, boosted by corporate demand for servers, computers and networking equipment. Cory Johnson reports on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

Adjusted earnings per share, i had to that but it is appropriate to use that there.

It was $1.01 expectation.

Last year, it was $1.16. guidance in the next quarter, the analysts a while ago they say it will rise over the year- to-year basis.

There was a lot of concern.

Right now, if you look at the after-hours market, you get the stock trading up about five percent.

You think there was such pessimism out there.

It is still a declining business, but maybe not with some interfering.

Among the analysts, they look at the stock, there is a great diversions of opinion about the next quarter, the first quarter of next year.

They will think about where they have been.

One of the things they're looking for is just a consistency in the message.

They are consistently worse and worse, but -- look at the stock at the bottom of the screen, up 5.5. it has doubled in the last year.

Let's get back to the round

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