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Salesforce (CRM) is expected to swing back to profitability after posting a loss in the year-ago period when it reports fourth-quarter fiscal 2024 results after the closing bell Wednesday, with gains driven by growth across business lines and the company's data cloud operations in particular, as it works to expand artificial intelligence offerings across different products and services.
Salesforce (NYSE: CRM ) stock is a hot topic among traders on Monday after Jefferies analysts increased their price target for the sales data company's shares. Jefferies analysts increased their price target for CRM stock by $25 from $325 per share to $350 per share.
Cloud migration and digital transformation initiatives adopted by enterprises despite ongoing macroeconomic headwinds are likely to have aided Salesforce's (CRM) revenues and earnings in Q4.
CNBC's Jim Cramer on Friday guided investors through next week's market action.
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Besides Wall Street's top -and-bottom-line estimates for Salesforce.com (CRM), review projections for some of its key metrics to gain a deeper understanding of how the company might have fared during the quarter ended January 2024.
While the growing adoption of generative AI-enabled solutions and the continued cloud migration are likely to have aided Salesforce's (CRM) revenues in Q4, cost-cutting initiatives are anticipated to have boosted profitability.
Salesforce.com (CRM) closed at $286.39 in the latest trading session, marking a -1.15% move from the prior day.
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Meta Platforms (NASDAQ: META ) surprised the stock market recently by announcing it would pay its first-ever quarterly dividend. The owner of Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp said the payout will be 50 cents per share, or $2 per share on an annual basis.