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Microsoft Corp

Microsoft Corporation develops, manufactures, licenses, sells, and supports software products.

Industry: Software

Ticker Exchange ISIN Name
$MSFT Nasdaq US5949181045
$4338 HKEx Main Board US5949181045 Code: 4338

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Adam Taylor 05:58 19/12/2020

$INTC $MSFT Microsoft has stepped up hiring of processor engineers in recent years, recruiting in the backyard of chipmakers such as Intel, Advanced Micro Devices Inc., Nvidia Corp. and among those cut adrift when Qualcomm Inc. abandoned its server chip efforts.

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Adam Taylor 05:57 19/12/2020

Microsoft Designing Its Own Chips for Servers, Surface PCs

www.bloomberg.com/news/ar...ctSjKj2N

Microsoft is following the strategy of $AAPL (M1) and Samsung (Exynos) who make their own chips.

#sell $INTC #buy $MSFT

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Ray McNamara 15:19 11/10/2020

$MSFT Microsoft is fixing #WFH (Work from home) policies indefinitely:
1) working from home <50% of the time is now standard for most roles
2) Flexible hours are now standard
3) Location is negotiable
#bullish for the long term competitiveness of Microsoft on recruiting market

blogs.microsoft.com/blog/...rkplace/

Max Carey 05:59 01/10/2020

$MSFT Datadog and Microsoft Announce Strategic Partnership. As part of this launch, Datadog will now be available in the Azure console as a first class service. This means that Azure customers will be able to implement Datadog as a monitoring solution for their cloud workloads through new streamlined workflows that cover everything from procurement to configuration. #neutral

Max Carey 05:02 29/09/2020

$MSFT offering new platform for Telecoms. "We are bringing to market a carrier-grade platform for edge and cloud to support the operator’s goals to future proof their infrastructure with disaggregated, and containerized network architectures."

Could be a big market/segment if telecoms really agrees to outsource some of the functions to Microsoft #buy

azure.microsoft.com/en-us...nd-more/

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Ray McNamara 16:40 27/09/2020

$MSFT photos of new X Box



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Ray McNamara 16:26 23/09/2020

$MSFT itwoduces Azure Communication Services - CPaaS platform. Now it will compete with Twilio $TWLO, Vonage $VG, Bandwidth $BAND and 8x8 $EGHT. If the competition is not very successful Microsoft might decide to acquire one of the mentioned above players #neutral

azure.microsoft.com/en-us...ervices/

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Ray McNamara 02:44 23/09/2020

$MSFT Sony Playstation 5 will be released on
- November 12th in the US, Japan, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea
- November 19th in the rest of the world

$499.99 for PS5 with a 4K Blu-ray drive. For $399.99 you can buy the Digital Edition PS5.

Microsoft launches X Box a bit earlier on November 9. Overall, synchronized launch of new consoles will crease big attention and benefit both Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo later. #bullish



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Ray McNamara 16:37 10/09/2020

$MSFT New X Box will be launched on Nov 9. Microsoft plans to present Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X and the pictures are already public. Nintendo Switch 2 is expected only in early 2021. Sony Playstation release date is still not known. #bullish for Microsoft

news.xbox.com/en-us/2020/...mber-10/

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Flor Crowley 06:28 14/03/2020

$ADBE strongly rebounded at 17.72%, $MSFT 14.22% vs. S&P 9.29% - shows that giant software stocks have low impact from #COVID-19 and in the medium term are beneficiaries in continuing tech revolution and transformation #buy

Kourtney West 05:11 17/12/2019

$NFLX $ADBE $AMZN $MSFT $BABA $INTU $AOS $CSCO $ECL
Beneficiaries of successful transformations in the last decade - still a good time to be #bullish hbr.org/2019/09/the-top-2...t-decade

Cursty Jenner 18:00 06/05/2015

$4338 2001-2012 was a lost decade for Microsoft: it was capped at $US 30 with dividends at 2-3%. Only QE was able to revitalize the stock. #neutral



Kourtney West 18:55 25/11/2014

$4331 $4332 $4333 $4335 $4336 $4337 $4338 for those who don't know: here is the original press release from 2000 explaining why 7 Nasdaq stocks are traded on HKEx. "The Nasdaq shares are being admitted for trading only. They are not listed on SEHK. The Nasdaq Stock Market retains responsibility for the regulation of these companies to ensure that they meet the relevant listing requirements." www.hkex.com.hk/eng/newsc...news.htm