On Wednesday, Shares of Nokia Corp (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) lost -2.24% to $4.80. The share price is trading in a range of $4.78 – 4.86. The stock exchanged hands with 7.88 million shares contrast to its average daily volume of 12.93 million shares.
Nokia Corp (ADR) (NYSE:NOK) have shown a low EPS growth of -9.50% in the last 5 years and has earnings growth of -142.70% yoy. Analysts have a mean recommendation of 2.40 on this stock (A rating of less than 2 means buy, “hold” within the 3 range, “sell” within the 4 range, and “strong sell” within the 5 range). The stock appeared -32.85% below its 52-week highs and is down -1.64% for the last five trades.
Shares of Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) declined -0.36% to $38.68. The share price of the stock surged 4.51% for the year.
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, a medical center dedicated to improving health through collaborative innovation in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, has selected Oracle Cloud Applications to optimize the performance of its finance and HR organizations. The move to Oracle Cloud is part of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center’s larger strategy to transform business practices via modern cloud applications.
With 14,000 employees and annual revenue of approximately $2.4 billion, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center needed to move its finance and HR systems to the cloud to keep pace in a dynamic healthcare environment. The medical center selected Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Cloud and Oracle Human Management Capital (HCM) Cloud because of Oracle’s expertise in technology and commitment to help organizations implement and fully realize business benefits from the cloud.
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center is among a growing number of customers who have chosen to modernize their back office operations with Oracle ERP and HCM Cloud together. Oracle Cloud’s single data model, common user interface, seamless workflow across business processes, and single access point strengthens security and compliance efforts, while enabling robust reporting and analysis on payroll, employee trends and talent requirements. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center plans to take advantage of these benefits to further protect patient and employee privacy, while increasing business agility through tighter alignment of talent requirements and investments with strategic growth plans.
By replacing Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center’s PeopleSoft implementation with Oracle HCM Cloud, the HR department gains a highly-available, highly-efficient HR system management solution. The single, unified platform enhances user experience via a simple, scalable, and intuitive design with mobile and self-service capabilities designed to enable HR employees to spend less time on manual processes and more time on quality patient care and sourcing and retaining top talent.
Analysts give ORCL a mean recommendation of 2.30. The company has dropped -1.93% in past 3 months and in the last five trades has moved down -0.82%. The stock has earnings growth of -4.80% yoy and showed a high EPS growth of 4.40% over the past five years. The stock’s price moved down its 200-day moving average of $39.91. The stock is presently trading down its SMA-50 of $39.68.