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MSFT Microsoft Corp NASDAQ
374.51 USD -1.16% -4.40
OPEN 376.76
DAY RANGE 378.16 - 371.31
52 WEEK RANGE 384.30 - 219.35
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Valuations metrics

Market capitalization 2.8T
Enterprise value 2.7T
Trailing pe 36.219536
Forward pe 31.738136
Peg ratio 31.738136
Price to sales ttm 12.750015
Price to book mrq 12.608915
Enterprise to revenue 12.575
Enterprise to ebitda 25.294


Fiscal year ends 2023-06-30
Most recent quarter 2023-09-30
Profit margin 0.35314998
Operating margin 0.47587
Return on assets ttm 0.1457
Return on equity ttm 0.39106998
Income statement
Revenue ttm 218.3B
Revenue per share ttm 29.347
Quarterly revenue growth 0.128
Gross profit ttm 146.1B
Ebitda 109.9B
Net income to common ttm 77.1B
Diluted eps ttm 10.34
Quarterly earnings growth yoy 0.27
Balance sheet
Total cash mrq 143.9B
Total cash per share mrq 19.368
Total debt mrq 105.7B
Total debt to equity mrq 47.881
Current ratio mrq 1.663
Book value per share mrq 29.702
Cash flow
Operating cash flow ttm 95B
Levered free cash flow ttm 50.4B

Stock statistics

Shares outstanding 7.4B
Float shares 7.4B
Avg 10 volume 29M
Avg 30 volume 28.1M
Shares short 47.4M
Short ratio 1.77
Short percent of shares outstanding 0.0064
Percent held by insiders 0.00052
Percent held by institutions 0.73212

Stock price summary

Fifty two week low 219.35
Fifty two week high 384.3
Fifty two week change 33.193
Beta 0.885
Day 50 ma 343.6088
Day 200 ma 318.268

Dividends and splits

Forward annual dividend rate 3
Forward annual dividend yield 0.008
Trailing annual dividend rate 2.79
Trailing annual dividend yield 0.007363226
5 year average dividend yield 1.01
Payout ratio 0.2636
Dividend date 2023-12-14
Ex dividend date 2024-02-14
Last split factor 2-for-1 split
Last split date 2003-02-18

Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) Company Profile

Microsoft Corporation is an American technology company that offers a wide range of products and services. The company was founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen on April 4, 1975. The company is based in Redmond, Washington, United States. Microsoft trades on the Nasdaq exchange under the MSFT ticker. The company first went public on March 13, 1986. 

Microsoft develops, manufactures, licenses supports, and sells computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers, and related services. Microsoft’s most popular products include the Microsoft Windows operating systems, Microsoft Office Suite, Internet Explorer, Edge web browser, and the Azure cloud services.

Microsoft’s hardware consists of the Xbox video game consoles and the Microsoft Surface range of touchscreen personal computers. Microsoft also designs and sells tablets, personal computers, phones, intelligent devices, and related accessories. LinkedIn is the company’s social network branch that is used to make career connections. The company has operations globally. 

Microsoft’s main competitors

  • Google
  • IBM 
  • Oracle 
  • Apple 
  • SAP

Microsoft key milestones 

On April 25, 2019, Microsoft became the third United States company to hit the $1 trillion valuations. The company joined other big tech rivals Apple and Amazon. Microsofts’ Azure cloud software significantly accelerated the valuation. Microsoft achieved this unique milestone after its shares rose more than 5 percent.

In March 2020, Microsoft’s founder, Bill Gates quit the company’s board to focus on his philanthropic work, health, and combating climate change. Before the exit, Gates stepped back from his day-to-day roles at Microsoft in 2008.

On November 14, 2014, Microsoft became the most valuable company by market capitalization after overtaking ExxonMobil. At that time, Microsoft’s total market capitalization was $410 billion. 

In November 2018, Microsoft was awarded a $480 million military contract with the US government to bring augmented reality headset technology into American soldiers’ weapon repertoires. The US army wanted to leverage Microsoft’s augmented reality technology’s ability to enable 25 bloodless battles before the first one. With the two-year contract, Microsoft would have follow-up orders of over 100,000 headsets. 

In June 2016, Microsoft acquired a career connection platform, LinkedIn, at $26.2 billion. The acquisition is Microsoft’s largest in history at the time of wir.  

Microsoft Frequently Asked Questions

Why is Microsoft successful?

Microsoft’s longevity can be attributed to its success. The company is known to be resilient and adapt to changing technologies, market demands, and business opportunities.

Why did Apple Sue Microsoft?

In 1985, Apple sued Microsoft for alleged copyright infringement after releasing a competing GUI-based operating system, Windows. According to Apple, Microsoft’s new system had the feel and touch of the Mac OS.

How often does Microsoft pay dividends?

Microsoft pays a quarterly dividend to shareholders.