|Bid||16.51 x 100|
|Ask||16.52 x 1100|
|Day's Range||16.44 - 16.88|
|52 Week Range||9.04 - 17.34|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||108.55|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
What Should Investors Expect from Intel’s Q2 2018 Earnings? Intel (INTC) has been at the center of industry discussion in the second quarter. On June 21, when Intel announced Brian Krzanich’s resignation, the board of directors stated that it was searching for a new CEO internally and externally.
Alphabet Inc.'s Google ( GOOGL), the world’s leading internet giant, was penalized $5 billion this Wednesday on charges of abusing its dominant position its Android smartphone operating system enjoys in the market. The record fine was the maximum ever imposed on a technology company in the EU region.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is expanding its PC and server processor market share, but semi-custom continues to be its growth vector. The company earns a major portion of its EESC (Enterprise, Embedded & Semi-Custom) revenue from semi-custom chips sold to Sony’s (SNE) and Microsoft’s (MSFT) game consoles. The growing demand for PC gaming is driving hardware updates.
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Chipmaker Intel (INTC) is reportedly making efforts to focus on growth opportunities beyond its CPUs, and the acquisition of small custom chipmaker eASIC is a step towards this end. The 120-person company, eASIC, makes customizable eASIC chips that can be used in wireless and cloud environments. The companies didn’t disclose the financial terms of the deal.
Evercore ISI analyst C.J. Muse cited the company's delays in moving to its next-generation chip manufacturing technology to keep up with rivals such as Advanced Micro Devices Inc. ( AMD) and NVIDIA Corp. ( NVDA). To add to investor uncertainty, Muse noted that Intel's search for a new CEO after the surprise resignation of Brian Krzanich brings some risk to the stock. (See also: Why Intel Stock May Plunge 15% Further.) Intel: Losing Manufacturing Advantages? In June, Intel's former CEO stepped down due to an alleged infraction of the firm's nonfraternization policy that stemmed from a consensual relationship.
In the earlier parts of the series, we saw that Advanced Micro Devices’ (AMD) EPYC server CPUs (central processing units) are being adopted by several server OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) and cloud companies. It is also gaining ground in the PC CPU and GPU (graphics processing unit) space, which encouraged it to go beyond its three traditional markets and tap the emerging technologies of ML (machine learning) and automotive.
Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) became the latest big bank to notch an earnings beat Wednesday as the season is off to a mostly positive start. The financial earnings news continued to roll in Wednesday as Morgan Stanley (MS) easily exceeded Wall Street analysts’ expectations. Earnings per share of $1.30 topped the $1.11 average estimate.
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Templeton made way for Brian Crutcher to take the helm. Crutcher, who had been with the firm since 1996, had filled the role of COO since January of 2017. This morning, Richard Templeton resumed his roles as president and chief executive in addition to the his title as Chair.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) developed an EPYC server CPU (central processing unit) that offered a better price-to-performance ratio than Intel’s (INTC) Xeon server CPUs. Thus, it targeted cloud companies, as they easily adopt new platforms and they order in bulk, as they have large data centers. AMD achieved success in deploying its EPYC with Chinese (FXI) cloud companies like Baidu (BIDU) and Tencent and other cloud providers like Microsoft (MSFT) Azure, Hivelocity, and Packet. EPYC also got adopted in the supercomputing and high computing market.
Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) has been on fire since its last earnings report in late April. While AMD stock wasn’t trading at its absolute lows when it reported, it was pretty close. Anyway, the quarter helped propel shares from roughly $10 to more than $16 currently.10 Dow Jones Titans to Buy Now
Morgan Stanley left a meeting with NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA ) CFO Colette Kress convinced the weak outlook for the gaming business isn't anything to fret about. The Analyst Analyst Joseph Moore ...
Over the last two years, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) succeeded in winning some market share from NVIDIA (NVDA) and Intel (INTC) in the discrete GPU (graphics processing unit) and PC CPU (central processing unit) market. One year back, AMD re-entered the server CPU market, where Intel holds more than a 99% share. This is a difficult market, as a lengthy qualification process, Intel’s monopoly, and large investment requirements pose major entry barriers. Many server CPU makers like Cavium (CAVM) launched ARM-based server CPUs but were unable to beat Intel.
Shares of chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices Inc. ( AMD) have rallied on a bullish note from one team of analysts who sees a positive earnings surprise in store for the Santa Clara, California-based company. AMD stock gained nearly 2% on Monday after popping 5% on Friday to reach its highest level in 10 months. On Friday, Stifel analyst Kevin Cassidy, who rates AMD at buy, increased his 12 month price target on the stock from $17 to $21, representing a nearly 27% upside from Monday close. He cited strength in AMD's EPYC server CPU business, which he wrote is "winning server designs." He expects the model to gain traction ahead of consensus expectations for 5% unit market share exiting the the fourth quarter of 2018.
U.S. stock futures are trading lower this morning. Wall Street is being pressured by Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX), which missed subscriber and revenue expectations after the close yesterday. Additionally, traders remain cautious ahead of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s testimony before the Senate Banking Committee later this morning.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) first introduced its 14-nm (nanometer) technology in Polaris GPU (graphics processing unit) in Q2 2016, which boosted its discrete GPU market share to 29.9%, according to Jon Peddie Research. This market share increased to 33.7% in Q4 2017 and 34.9% in Q1 2018 as the cryptocurrency boom boosted demand for AMD’s GPUs.
The most noteworthy losers were Ford Motor (NYSE:F) and Chesapeake Energy (NYSE:CHK), which are noteworthy names, but not exactly heavy hitters. Most observers don’t recognize that on the first trading day of this week, decliners outnumbered advancers, and down volume outpaced up volume. To that end, Tuesday’s top trading prospects are stock charts of Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS), Eastman Chemical (NYSE:EMN) and Sealed Air (NYSE:SEE).
(Note:The author of this fundamental analysis is a financial writer and portfolio manager.) Advanced Micro Devices Inc. ( AMD) stock may be poised to rise by more than 15% by early next year based on recent options trading.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has confirmed the launch of the 7-nm (nanometer) Vega GPU (graphics processing unit) in 2019, which got rumor mills talking about the next-generation Navi GPU. According to the original GPU roadmap, Navi was supposed to arrive in 2018, but the company has delayed the launch. According to Wccftech, the first Navi GPU would hit the market in late 2019 or early 2020.
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD ) is scheduled to report its fiscal second-quarter earnings in late July, and it shouldbe a positive print due to new product ramps, according to Stifel. The Analyst ...
Rumor mills are always churning about Advanced Micro Devices’ (AMD) next GPU (graphics processor units), and this time there are rumors about three GPUs: Polaris, Vega, and Navi. One rumor suggests AMD might launch the third iteration of Polaris under the “Polaris 30” series and the GPU will be built on GlobalFoundries 12-nm (nanometer) node and deliver 15% better performance than its predecessor.