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- ADBE's 30 day story count now stands at 29.
- Over the past 21 days, the trend for ADBE's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 7.
- The most mentioned tickers in articles about ADBE are ID, APP and GAME.
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Earnings next year are expected to be up +6.2% as a whole and +8% excluding the Energy sector. This magnitude of growth can hardly be called out-of-sync with a flat or even modestly down economic growth outlook.
Through the acquisition, Adobe plans to create a seamless connection between its tools and Figma, building it out as the native platform to integrate the design tools.
Significant blocks of stock were bought in both companies, which each have seen their shares decline by more than half so far this year.
(Bloomberg) -- Adobe Inc. plans to add technology from its creative software portfolio to Figma without tweaking pricing or simplicity after its acquisition, seeking to ease concerns among loyal users that the deal may significantly change the design app. Photo, video and illustration editing will likely be implemented into the software design app after the acquisition closes, as well as the ability to link projects from Adobe products such as Photoshop or Premiere, Adobe Chief Product Officer S
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