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How Did Seagate and Other Data Storage Tech Stocks Do Yesterday?

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Seagate

Seagate (STX) stock fell ~4% yesterday. The stock has returned -4.5% over the last two trading sessions, -5.3% in the last five days, -2.9% in the last month, and 31% over the last 12 months.

In fiscal 2017, 47.1% of Seagate’s sales were from Singapore, 32.8% were from the United States, and 13.9% were from the Netherlands. Seagate stock is currently trading at $55.83, a 1.5% premium to analysts’ median target of $55.

Western Digital

Western Digital (WDC) stock fell ~2% yesterday. The stock has fallen 3.4% over the last two trading sessions, 2.7% in the last five days, 9.5% in the last month, and 16.3% over the last 12 months.

In fiscal 2017, 16.7% of WDC’s sales were from Asia, 20.3% were from the United States, 17.2% were from the EMEA[1.Europe, the Middle East, and Asia] region, and 22.4% were from China. WDC stock is currently trading at $78.13, a 47% discount to analysts’ median target of $115.

NetApp

NetApp (NTAP) stock fell ~0.03% yesterday. It has returned -1% over the last two trading sessions, -1.6% in the last five days, 14.6% in the last month, and 93% over the last 12 months.

In fiscal 2018, 14.3% of NetApp’s sales were from the Asia-Pacific region, 48.4% were from the United States, 31.9% were from the EMEA region, and 5.5% were from the Americas. NetApp stock is currently trading at $76.94, a 2.5% discount to analysts’ median target price of $75.

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