|Bid||39.40 x 1100|
|Ask||39.57 x 800|
|Day's Range||39.45 - 40.40|
|52 Week Range||28.79 - 53.23|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.53|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||11.08|
|Earnings Date||Aug 14, 2019 - Aug 19, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.84 (1.91%)|
|1y Target Est||47.75|
AI Design Forum™ returns to San Francisco to explore “The Future of Computing – from Materials to Systems”CEO keynotes feature Dr. Lisa Su of AMD, Gary Dickerson of Applied.
Ned Davis Research points out that Qualcomm had 67% of its 2018 revenue come from China, while Micron saw 57.1% of its sales come from the second-largest economy in the world. Investors trying to get a gauge on the state of U.S.-China trade relations should look at shares of big chipmakers like Qualcomm, Micron Technology and Broadcom, according to Ned Davis Research. The firm points out that Qualcomm QCOM had 67% of its 2018 revenue come from China, while Micron MU saw 57.1% of its sales come from the second-largest economy in the world.
Investor Insights on Applied Materials’ Q2 Earnings(Continued from Prior Part)Applied Materials’ financial priorities Like many chip makers, Applied Materials’ (AMAT) profit margins bottomed out in the second quarter of fiscal 2019 after
Investor Insights on Applied Materials’ Q2 Earnings(Continued from Prior Part)Applied Materials’ Display segmentApplied Materials (AMAT) has been expanding beyond the Semiconductor Systems segment to the Display segment, wherein it supplies
Investor Insights on Applied Materials’ Q2 Earnings(Continued from Prior Part)Applied Global ServicesApplied Materials (AMAT) has noted that the semiconductor industry is transitioning to a new era of AI in which semiconductors are being included
Investor Insights on Applied Materials’ Q2 Earnings(Continued from Prior Part)Applied MaterialsApplied Materials (AMAT) is the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturing equipment supplier. It also supplies equipment to manufacture display
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Investor Insights on Applied Materials’ Q2 Earnings(Continued from Prior Part)AMAT’s stock price momentum Applied Materials (AMAT) stock fell 4.2% on May 13 after the United States increased tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports to
Investor Insights on Applied Materials’ Q2 Earnings(Continued from Prior Part)Applied Materials’ profit margins Applied Materials (AMAT) is the world’s largest supplier of semiconductor manufacturing equipment and has been broadening its
Investor Insights on Applied Materials’ Q2 EarningsApplied Materials stock rises on earnings beatApplied Materials (AMAT) stock was the top gainer in the NASDAQ on May 17, rising as high as 6.3% as the company’s fiscal 2019 second-quarter
Despite escalating trade tensions, a number of stocks are looking relatively cheap compared to the past as well as future growth prospects.
While EPS is benefiting to an extent from stock buybacks and good financial execution, revenue still fell 23% annually in the April quarter amid nosediving orders from memory makers, and the midpoint of Applied's sales guidance implies it will be down 21% in the July quarter. In addition, on its earnings call, Applied said it still expects industry wafer fab equipment (WFE) spend to drop by a mid-to-high teens percentage this year, a view that more or less meshes with the ones KLA and Lam provided after issuing their March quarter reports. But Applied did say it expects 2020 to be "a growth year [for] WFE," with the company seeing "a favorable setup" for both foundry/logic and memory spending.
Semiconductor equipment maker Applied Materials, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMAT) reported better-than-expected fiscal second-quarter results Thursday, sending its shares solidly higher. Wells Fargo Securities analyst Aaron Rakers maintained an Outperform rating and lifted the price target from $45 to $52. Morgan Stanley is cautious on memory spending and is projecting further declines in wafer fab equipment spending in calendar 2020.
Wall Street struggled for gains in an up-and-down session on Friday as mixed headlines on trade dampened positive consumer sentiment data, sending investors into the weekend with little enthusiasm. The Dow inched up, while the Nasdaq lost ground and the bellwether S&P 500 was nominally lower, hovering more than 2% below its record high reached on April 30. China added fuel to the fire of the increasingly rancorous trade war with the United States with a defiant front-page commentary on the Communist Party's People's Daily, ratcheting up tensions the day after U.S. President Donald Trump officially blacklisted Chinese telecom Huawei Technologies Co Ltd from doing business with U.S. companies.
U.S. stocks struggled for direction after three days of gains on Friday, as investors weighed mixed headlines on trade, with China's aggressive stance in its trade war with the United States remaining an overhang. After opening down 0.75%, the S&P 500 erased some losses after media reports that the United States was close to a deal to remove tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada and Mexico. The original tariffs were on steel and aluminum and that is what started this whole trade war," said Art Hogan, chief market strategist at National Securities in New York.
Rent-A-Center, Proto Labs, NVIDIA, Pinterest and Applied Materials highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day
The S&P 500 was trading flat but was off session lows on Friday as investors tracked trade headlines after China took a hard stance on its tariff war with the United States. After falling as much as 0.76% earlier in the session, the S&P 500 erased some losses, with traders pointing to media reports that the United States was close to a deal to remove tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada and Mexico. The ruling Communist Party's People's Daily wrote the trade war will only make China stronger and will never bring the country to its knees.
Wall Street was set to break a three-day winning streak on Friday, as trade worries returned after Chinese media took a hard stance on the tariff dispute between the United States and China. The trade war will only make China stronger and will never bring the country to its knees, the ruling Communist Party's People's Daily wrote in a front-page commentary. The two sides are expected to meet in China to resume talks soon.
Dow Jones futures fell as Chinese media downplayed China trade talks. Pinterest and Baidu tumbled on earnings. Nvidia reversed lower and Applied Materials rose.