HPE Stock Beats HPQ In 1st Quarter Since Splitting Hewlett-Packard


having just completed their first quarter since the Nov. 1 split of their former parent company, the stock of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, the Big Data and hybrid cloud operations of the old Hewlett-Packard Co., has outperformed its sibling HP Inc., which retained the legacy personal computer and printer business.

The new Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) fell 2.5% in the stock market today, to 13.45. True, that’s 15% off its all-time set Dec. 1 at 15.88, but HP Inc. (HPQ) is trading 33% below its post-Nov. 1 high of 14.82, touched Nov. 24. It fell 0.9% to 9.88 on Tuesday.


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