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Investing.com – Chip stocks swung lower on Friday on a report that the U.S. government is looking at measures to stop foreign companies from supplying equipment to key Chinese chip customer Huawei.
Investing.com – Chip stocks climbed Monday as semiconductor companies like Micron Technology that count Huawei as an important customer were given a lifeline after the U.S. extended a license that lifts restrictions on U.S. companies from selling or transferring technology to Huawei.
The S&P 500 edged up to a record closing high at the end of a choppy day of trading. The Dow was off just slightly as declines in shares of Cisco weighed on the 30-stock index.
Investing.com – Marvell Technology surged on Monday as Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) upgraded its outlook on the chipmaker, betting that the revival in data center spending and the rollout of 5G-enabled phones would boost chip sales.
Investing.com – Throughout the months-long U.S.-Sino trade war, chip stocks have ebbed and flowed with the ups and downs of trade relations between the world's biggest economies. But with recent positive comments from both sides, chip stocks are in the ascendency ahead of aslew earnings from semis this week, including chip bellwether Texas Instruments (NASDAQ:TXN) due Tuesday.
Investing.com – Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) shares were rising strongly Wednesday, along with chip stocks generally, but a report from Citigroup has warned that the chipmaker faces a bumpy road in the second half of the end of the year, with rival Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) hot on its tail.
Investing.com - Micron (NASDAQ:MU) surged 5% Wednesday as Deutsche Bank said shares of the chip company could mount a rally from current levels as memory prices appear to be bottoming.
Investing.com - Nvidia climbed on Wednesday after a Wall Street analyst backed the chipmaker to leave its rivals behind as its growth story remains in the “early innings.”
U.S. stocks rallied Monday morning in an at least temporary reprieve after a mid-August rout. U.S. government bond yields rose across the curve, led by yields on 30-year bonds and 10-year notes.
Investing.com - Micron (NASDAQ:MU) led semiconductor stocks higher on Monday, underpinning a broader rally in tech, as Washington decided to extended a reprieve given to Huawei that allowed the Chinese telecom to continue to do business with U.S. companies.
On Friday, chipmakers Nvidia and Applied Materials will be in focus following their quarterly results that were released Thursday evening.
Investing.com – Nvidia on Thursday struggled to regain its footing, following a drumming in the market a day earlier, even as analysts touted cautious optimism ahead of the chipmaker's results due later today.
Investing,com - President Trump took aim at key Chinese chip customer Huawei Friday and said it was “fine” if the U.S. pulls out of trade talks with China planned for September. But investors in semis disagree and have pushed many chips lower, led by a slump in Micron (NASDAQ:MU).
Investing.com - ON Semiconductor slumped on Monday, exacerbating a broad-based China-inspired slump across chip stocks, as its second-quarter revenue fell short of estimates and the chipmaker warned geopolitical factors would continue to dent chip demand.
Investing.com – Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) shares slid on Thursday as Mizuho called time on the chipmaker’s dramatic rally, citing “limited upside” ahead.
Investing.com – Samsung Electronics’ profit warning painted a gloomy outlook for the semiconductor sector, sending shares of chipmakers tumbling.
This week will be a shortened week due to the Independence Day holiday; however, investors will be focused on the critical economic data to be released such as the June jobs report.
Online pet-products retailer Chewy is expected to price its IPO, and chipmaker Broadcom will report earnings Thursday.
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