Diebold traded at $2.37 this Tuesday June 28th, decreasing $0.04 or 1.66 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Diebold lost 23.79 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 81.41 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Diebold to be priced at 2.42 by the end of this quarter and at 2.23 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.


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Peers Price Day Year
Fujitsu 17,335.00 200.00 1.17% -16.66%
Diebold 2.37 -0.04 -1.66% -81.41%
3D Systems 10.12 -0.19 -1.84% -73.65%
DXC Technology Co 31.31 -1.01 -3.13% -19.80%
Euronet Worldwide 105.22 -2.72 -2.52% -22.67%
Fiserv 90.62 -2.47 -2.65% -14.98%
IBM 141.86 -0.94 -0.66% -2.54%
Immersion 5.45 -0.17 -3.02% -37.43%
Intevac 4.83 0.01 0.21% -29.80%
Eastman Kodak 5.09 -0.23 -4.32% -41.09%
Logitech Internationalusa 53.25 -1.83 -3.32% -56.81%
NCR 31.29 -1.71 -5.18% -31.14%
NetApp 65.64 -1.63 -2.42% -20.94%
Oracle 68.58 -1.83 -2.60% -12.19%
Par Technology 38.02 -0.52 -1.35% -45.31%
Stratasys 18.89 -0.11 -0.58% -26.87%
Stanley Black & Decker 107.47 -1.76 -1.61% -47.42%

Indexes Price Day Year
US400 2309 -32.78 -1.40% -14.28%

Diebold
Diebold Nixdorf, Incorporated provides connected commerce services. The Company offers connected commerce solutions to financial and retail industries. The Company enables to automate, digitize and transform the banking and shopping. The Company's segments include Banking and Retail. The Banking portfolio of products consists of cash recyclers and dispensers, intelligent deposit terminals, teller automation and kiosk technologies. The Retail product portfolio includes modular and integrated, all-in-one point of sale (POS) and self-service terminals that meet changing consumer shopping journeys, as well as retailers and store staff's automation requirements. Its Banking operations are managed within two geographic regions. The Eurasia Banking region includes the economies of Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa. The Americas Banking region encompasses the United States (U.S.), Canada, Mexico and Latin America.