Holy sh*t Oliver Stone, your math is as bad as your grammar. Virtually all US large caps (including INTC), now have more than 50% of their TOTAL revenue external to the US. So not only is a 10% gain in emerging countries 10x better than a 1% US growth, when you factor in the weak dollar, it's even BETTER than that! Snapperhead!
Intel sells its chips in dollars. Foreign currency means nothing. A weaker dollar makes Intel's products a little less expensive, but in no way does it benefit Intel in terms of currency exchange as CNBC is bullshitting.
50% of Foreign sales include Europe, Japan and developed countries like Australia, where the growth is relatively flat. EMERGING countries like China and India are roughly about 20% of Intel's sales.
NOW SHUT THE FUCK UP, and you better believe me when I say CNBC plays fast and loose with the facts. They are basically a BUNCH of LIARS and CROOKS.