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RIM scoreboard: How the BlackBerry maker ranks in key metrics

The new BlackBerry Q10, photographed in Toronto on April 23, 2013.

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Research In Motion Ltd, also known as BlackBerry, will be announcing its fiscal first-quarter 2014 earnings on Friday. With the recent unveiling of its new BlackBerry 10 line of smartphones, it will be a pivotal report.

After starting the year with a share price around $17.70, RIM has seen its stock drop close to $14.45. Still, that's significantly higher than where the stock was in the fall of last year, when RIM shares traded for as low as $6.10.

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StockReport+ gives each stock an average score that combines the quantitative analysis of six widely-used investment decision-making tools: earnings, fundamentals, relative valuation, risk, price momentum and insider trading. RIM's average score is 3 out of 10. Read more in the comprehensive report.

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