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Hewlett-packard Company (NYSE: HPQ) reiterated to Outperform by Bernstein

Tuesday,  Nov 3, 2015  10:25 AM ET by Dave Ficere

Bernstein reiterated Hewlett-packard Company (NYSE: HPQ) to Outperform.
Previously Bernstein rated Outperform Hewlett-packard Company (NYSE: HPQ) on 09/09/2008, when the stock price was $46.48.

Hewlett-Packard Company is a provider of products, technologies, software, solutions and services to individual consumers, small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and large enterprises, including the public and education sectors. Its offerings span personal computing and other access devices; imaging and printing-related products and services; enterprise information technology infrastructure, including enterprise storage and server technology and software that optimizes business technology investments, and multi-vendor customer services, including technology support and maintenance, consulting and integration and outsourcing services, as well as application services and business process outsourcing. During the fiscal year ended October 31, 2008, its operations were organized into seven business segments: Enterprise Storage and Servers, HP Services, HP Software, the Personal Systems Group, the Imaging and Printing Group, HP Financial Services and Corporate Investments.

A central advantage for Bernstein clients is the ability to harness our highly regarded expertise in investment research and management. Originally known as a value investor, Bernstein has long been known for seeking out stocks with temporarily depressed prices due to unwarranted short-term pessimism about a company’s ability to recover from its current problems. This philosophy is embodied in our flagship Strategic Value portfolio. But since value and growth stocks have alternated leadership—with no clear signal of when one style will give way to the other—we’ve developed a Strategic Growth portfolio that seeks out leading companies whose stock prices don’t fully reflect their companies’ potential for superior earnings growth.



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