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The stock hasn't but the fundamentals are slightly different. The PE ratio dropped from 100 to 10. The dividend yield went from 0.1% to 3.5%.The data center contribution to profits went from 0% to 50% as the market changed. Intel missed in 2008. I think that was the last time and with the migration to 32nm, manufacturing cost per chip dropped, inproving margins. Intel is a multinational company and has been for some time. They have currency strategies in place. They have dealt with up/down dollar many times.
nice summary, i agree.
they do not.any hedges in currencies would have caused intc to lose money on them and report lower profits.