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Intel Corporation (INTC)

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27.52-0.55 (-1.96%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
27.63 +0.11 (+0.40%)
After hours: 07:59PM EDT
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Previous close28.07
Open27.90
Bid27.58 x 2900
Ask27.63 x 3200
Day's range27.20 - 27.90
52-week range27.19 - 56.28
Volume42,395,026
Avg. volume39,596,961
Market cap112.997B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.65
PE ratio (TTM)5.91
EPS (TTM)4.66
Earnings date19 Oct 2022 - 24 Oct 2022
Forward dividend & yield1.46 (5.31%)
Ex-dividend date04 Nov 2022
1y target est37.80
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    Mario Draghi's outgoing government and Intel have picked the town of Vigasio in the northeastern Veneto region as their preferred site for a new multibillion-euro chip factory in Italy, two people familiar with the matter said. Intel's investment in Italy is part of a wider plan announced by the U.S. chipmaker last March to invest as much as 80 billion euros ($77.5 billion) over the next decade in building capacity across Europe. With an initial investment worth some 4.5 billion euros expected to rise over time, Intel has said the Italian plant would create 1,500 jobs plus an additional 3,500 jobs across suppliers and partners, with operations to start between 2025 and 2027.

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    Exclusive-Italy and Intel pick Veneto as preferred region for new chip plant - sources

    Mario Draghi's outgoing government and Intel have picked the town of Vigasio in the northeastern Veneto region as their preferred site for a new multibillion-euro chip factory in Italy, two people familiar with the matter said. Intel's investment in Italy is part of a wider plan announced by the U.S. chipmaker last March to invest as much as 80 billion euros ($77.5 billion) over the next decade in building capacity across Europe. With an initial investment worth some 4.5 billion euros expected to rise over time, Intel has said the Italian plant would create 1,500 jobs plus an additional 3,500 jobs across suppliers and partners, with operations to start between 2025 and 2027.