(Bloomberg) -- Intel Corp. has been conspicuously missing from a rebound in technology stocks that’s lifted almost every other member of the Nasdaq 100 since the index bottomed in June.The world’s biggest maker of computer processors is one of just six companies in the tech-heavy benchmark whose shares have lost ground since June 16. Meanwhile, the index has jumped 21% as cheaper valuations and optimism that inflation is cooling have enticed traders to snap up beaten-down tech stocks.The lagging
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(Bloomberg) -- China’s military drills after US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan sparked alarm around the region, although its trade retaliation barely made a dent -- mostly because Beijing doesn’t want to hurt itself.The value of trade targeted by China’s sanctions contributes a tiny amount of less than 1% to Taiwan’s gross domestic product, according to economists, taking the sting out of China’s announcements. Beijing could ramp up actions by targeting more food products, wood or min