(VIANEWS) – The NYSE opens in less than six hours and BlackBerry‘s pre-market value is already 4.92% down.

BlackBerry’s last close was $4.27, 71.05% under its 52-week high of $14.75.

The last session, NYSE finished with BlackBerry (BB) rising 0.23% to $4.27. NYSE dropped 0.07% to $15,868.22, following the last session’s downward trend on what was a somewhat down trend trading session.

About BlackBerry

BlackBerry Limited offers intelligent security services and software to governments and enterprises around the world. It operates in three areas: Cybersecurity and IoT. Licensing and Other are the other two segments. BlackBerry Cyber Suite is a cybersecurity solution from Cylance AI. It also offers BlackBerry Optics and BlackBerry Guard. BlackBerry Gateway and BlackBerry Persona are AI-empowered ZTNA solutions. BlackBerry Spark Unified Endpoint Management Suite is also offered, including BlackBerry UEM (a central component of the secure communications platform); BlackBerry Dynamics, which provides a development platform, secure container for mobile apps; BlackBerry AtHoc, and BlackBerry Alert, secure and networked critical events management solutions; SecuSUITE for Government, which offers multi-OS voice, text, and messaging solutions, and BBM Enterprise, an enterprise grade secure instant messaging service. The company also offers BlackBerry QNX which includes Neutrino’s operating system, BlackBerry QNX platform and other products. BlackBerry QNX is an embedded system solution. BlackBerry Jarvis is a cloud-based binary security platform that tests applications for vulnerability. BlackBerry Certicom cryptography, management products and BlackBerry Radar asset tracking solution. BlackBerry IVY is an intelligent vehicle data platform as well as cybersecurity and enterprise consulting services. It is also involved in legacy service access fees and patent licensing. It owned 38,000 patents and application worldwide as of February 28th, 2022. BlackBerry Limited was founded in 1984. It is located in Waterloo Canada.

Earnings per Share

BlackBerry’s trailing 12 months profit per share (EPS) is $-1.97

For the 12 trailing months, the company’s return-on-equity, which is an indicator of the business’ profitability relative to shareholders’ equity, was 0.78%.

Growth Estimates Quarters

For the current quarter, the company expects a decline of 450% in growth and for the next one, a decrease of 20% respectively.

Revenue Growth

Year-on-year quarterly revenue growth declined by 11.9%, now sitting on 718M for the twelve trailing months.


Today’s last reported volume for BlackBerry is 4551452 which is 39.35% below its average volume of 6925660.

Sales Growth

BlackBerry sales growth is negative 3.3% for the next quarter.

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