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What: Shares of Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ) jumped as much 10% today, before closing up 9% after posting a strong fourth-quarter earnings report.

So what: Revenue and earnings fell at the PC-maker, but the results beat estimates as investors saw signs that its turnaround strategy was taking hold. Sales dropped just 1% after accounting for currency translation to $29.1 billion, well ahead of estimates of $27.9 billion, while adjusted earnings per share of $1.01 beat expectations by a penny. CEO Meg Whitman said the company's "turnaround remains on track heading into fiscal 2014," and that its shift to an IT services-provider rather than a PC-maker is making headway. Enterprise sales, one bright spot, were up 2% in the quarter from a year ago.

Now what: HP's guidance for the current quarter and fiscal 2014 was within analyst estimates as the company is projecting an EPS range of $3.55-$3.75 for the full year against expectations of $3.67. Today's report also seemed to benefit from analysts' low expectations as rivals such as Cisco and IBM had disappointed the market with their earnings releases earlier in the quarter. It still seems too early to tell whether HP's turnaround strategy will pay off but its revenue slide seems to be bottoming, which is certainly a good sign. Still, with shares having more than doubled this year, there may be a limited upside until the company can once again grow profits.