|Day Low/High||200.73 / 207.51|
|52 Wk Low/High||140.95 / 237.15|
Sometimes sharp moves lower are buying opportunities, but sometimes they're the start of a downtrend -- it's hard to tell from the charts of Zebra.
Here's our strategy on trading the stock of this data capturing and automatic identification company.
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Zebra Technologies (ZBRA) beat Wall Street’s consensus earnings estimate in its third quarter.
Zebra Technologies (ZBRA) has teamed up with the NFL to be the league's official Internet of Things (IoT) partner.
China's currency moves dampen stock futures on a busy day of M&A and earnings announcements.
All three companies fit the bill of fundamentals and merger potential.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer thinks Zebra paid a 'song' compared to what Motorola paid for the barcode division in 2006, and the deal cements Zebra's hold on the mobile barcodes business.
Zebra surpassed expectations and guided higher for next quarter. Tesla reports after the close.
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Zebra Technologies shows good technicals, strong profit margins and no debt.
Anders Gustafsson, CEO of Zebra Technologies, says the company's new products, growing China manufacturing vertical and expanding healthcare business will spur the stock.
Black-and-white bar-coding product manufacturer Zebra Technologies looks like a good long-term play.