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Intel Corporation (INTC)

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53.72+0.02 (+0.04%)
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Previous close53.70
Bid53.73 x 3200
Ask53.77 x 2200
Day's range53.25 - 53.90
52-week range43.61 - 68.49
Avg. volume24,193,053
Market cap217.942B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.60
PE ratio (TTM)11.93
EPS (TTM)4.50
Earnings date21 Oct 2021
Forward dividend & yield1.39 (2.59%)
Ex-dividend date05 Aug 2021
1y target est64.58
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