|Bid||16.6500 x 3200|
|Ask||16.6600 x 900|
|Day's range||16.4600 - 17.1300|
|52-week range||9.0400 - 17.3400|
|PE ratio (TTM)||109.28|
|Earnings date||23 Jul 2018 - 27 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||14.31|
Here are some things going on today in the world of tech: Shares of Comcast (CMCSA) are up 24 cents at $33.05 after Disney (DIS) this morning up’d the ante, raising its bid for assets of 21st Century Fox (FOXA) to $38 per share from $28 previously, a $71.3 billion deal value, topping Comcast, which had bid $35 for the assets last Thursday. Disney shares are up 61 cents, half a percent, to $106.71, while Fox is up $2.76, or 6%, to $47.47. Oracle’s Mistake Shares of database giant Oracle (ORCL) are down $2.48, or 5.4%, to $43.79, after the company yesterday afternoon reported fiscal Q4 revenue and profit that topped expectations, but also forecast revenue this quarter below consensus.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) needs investors to pay close attention to the stock based on moves in the options market lately.
Cowen & Co. analyst Matthew Ramsey wrote Wednesday that his May readings from component suppliers in Taiwan delivered a "positive read through" for Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Intel Corp. ...
Advanced Micro Devices, AMD, re-entered the server market with the launch of its EPYC processor one year ago today. In my initial coverage, I wrote that AMD had a successful EPYC launch, but the degree of success would ultimately be determined by factors that go beyond the CPU silicon. Performance (and price/performance), ecosystem support and go-to-market are key to the degree of AMD recapturing market share.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), which is an American multinational semiconductor company that focuses on developing computer processors and related technologies, was the S&P 500’s second-best performer on June 18. Last week, Advanced Micro Devices closed higher and clocked the tenth consecutive weekly gain. Carrying forward the strength, Advanced Micro Devices started Monday on a stronger note and rose to the highest levels traded in 11 years.
Intel stock falls after Northland Capital Markets warns ‘process technology’ leadership disappearing in rare downgradeNorthland Capital Markets downgraded Intel stock to the equivalent of a sell, one of only three analysts to warn against Intel. Competitive pressures from Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and others prompted a rare bearish call Monday for Intel Corp. “Intel’s (INTC) process technology leadership is diminished if not evaporated,” wrote Northland Capital Markets analyst Gus Richard, who downgraded Intel’s stock to underperform from market perform.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) saw its stock price pop over 5% on Monday to hit a new 11-year high on the back of positive analyst sentiment, which also pointed directly to its ability to compete against chip giant Intel (INTC).
Shares of Wall Street superstar Micron (MU) opened slightly lower on Monday, just two days before the company is set to release its third-quarter fiscal 2018 financial results. So let's take a look to see why the semiconductor giant looks like a strong buy stock that investors might want to consider scooping up before Micron reports on Wednesday afternoon.
Northland Capital Markets lowers its rating to underperform from market perform for Intel shares, citing rising competition from AMD and Nvidia.
Shares of Intel Corp. are down 4.5% in Monday morning trading after Northland Capital Markets analyst Gus Richard downgraded the stock to underperform from market perform. He predicts that server growth ...
Cowen raises its price target for AMD shares, predicting the chipmaker will report better-than-expected earnings results in 2020.
Shares of Advanced Micro Devices Inc. are up 1.7% in premarket trading Thursday after Susquehanna analyst Christopher Rolland wrote that the company is gaining share with Ryzen on the desktop side but said the company's Ryzen Mobile business was "still a no-show." According to Rolland's data, the company has 15.2% share in desktop CPUs this quarter and and also picked up share in standalone processors. "However, disappointingly Ryzen Mobile is just 0.5% of total laptop share in its second quarter after launch," Rolland wrote.
Intel will likely lose market share in the server chip business to AMD, according to Nomura Instinet.
Here are some things going on today in the world of tech: The annual E3 video game conference takes place in Los Angeles tomorrow, Wednesday, and Thursday, and already the announcements have been coming over the weekend from big participants such as Electronic Arts (EA) and Microsoft (MSFT), and keeping the Street busy. R.W. Baird’s Colin Sebastian this morning points out in a note to clients that "the global interactive entertainment industry will reach ~$145 billion in revenues by 2020, on track to become the largest segment of media and entertainment globally." Microsoft made some headlines on Sunday, announcing it would buy four game-making studios, Playground Games, Ninja Theory, Undead Labs and Compulsion Games, and that it is also forming its own new studio, called The Initiative, and based in Santa Monica.
For many years Computex has been known as 'the PC hardware show.' CES was all about gadgets, MWC all about mobile phones and Computex all about PC hardware. In recent years, Computex has tried to shift its focus away from PC hardware towards IoT and AI, but many of the exhibitors still consider it the show to unveil their latest PC innovations. The list of major players at Computex typically includes Acer, Advanced Micro Devices, ASUS, Gigabyte, Intel, Microsoft, MSI, Qualcomm and Samsung Electronics.
U.S. stock indexes closed higher on Friday as investors shrugged off concerns about global trade tensions but trading volume was relatively light ahead of a busy week of central bank meetings. The S&P 500 stayed in positive territory in the afternoon after reversing losses in the early afternoon with its biggest boosts coming from the health care and consumer staples sectors. Investors appeared to put aside worries about U.S. relations with its biggest trading partners.