Microsoft Corporation: Navigating Market Fluctuations with a 3117.33B Market Cap

Microsoft Corporation saw a rather consistency, in terms of market performance. The company’s stock reached its highest point at $430.82 on 03/21/24, while the lowest price for the same duration was marked at $309.45 on 09/28/23.

52-week price history of MSFT Stock

A stock’s 52-week high and low prices can reveal much about its current status and future trajectory. Microsoft Corporation’s current trading price is -2.64% away from its 52-week high, while its distance from the 52-week low is 35.54%. The stock’s price range during this period has spanned from $309.45 to $430.82. In the Technology sector, the Microsoft Corporation’s shares surpassed a trading volume of approximately 6.81 million for the day, which was noticeably lower compared to the average daily volume of 9.19.93 million over the past three months.

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Market Capitalization and Financial Performance: An In-Depth Look

Microsoft Corporation (MSFT) has experienced a quarterly rise of 3.80% in its revenues when compared to the same period in the previous year. Presently, the company has a total market capitalization of 3117.33B and boasts a workforce of 221000 employees.

Making Sense of Trading Volume and Moving Average Data

Based on Barchart.com data, the company’s moving average over the 100-day period was 406.39, with a change in price of +44.62. Similarly, Microsoft Corporation recorded 21,134,215 in trading volume during the last 100 days, posting a change of +11.91%.

Examining MSFT’s Debt-to-Equity Ratio: What You Need to Know

The debt-to-equity (D/E) ratio is a crucial measure that sheds light on a company’s financial health and market standing. It is determined by dividing a company’s overall liabilities by its shareholders’ equity, showing the extent of a company’s debt usage in financing its assets compared to the shareholders’ equity. At the time of writing, the total D/E ratio for MSFT stands at 0.42. Similarly, the long-term debt-to-equity ratio is also 0.31.

MSFT Stock Stochastic Average

Today, Microsoft Corporation’s raw stochastic average for the past 50 days stands at 72.84%, indicating a decline from the raw stochastic average of the last 20 days, which was 83.36%. Moreover, the company’s Stochastic %K and %D values over the past 20 days were 89.83% and 91.31% respectively.

MSFT Stock Price Performance Analysis

A mixed performance in the stock price over the year has left investors unsure of what to expect, resulting in a range of outlooks from optimistic to pessimistic. The index has shown a price gain of 11.54% this year. Over the last six months, there has been a weaker performance of 13.46%. The price of MSFT fallen by 3.75% during the last 30 days period. For the last 5-days stocks have improved 1.13%.

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