51.20 +0.10 (0.20%)
After hours: 5:21PM EDT
|Bid||51.07 x 100|
|Ask||51.20 x 1600|
|Day's Range||50.85 - 51.89|
|52 Week Range||33.23 - 54.36|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||25.68|
|Earnings Date||Apr 26, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.20 (2.28%)|
|1y Target Est||54.22|
Key stock index funds turned red Monday as the tech-heavy QQQs reversed along with Dow Jones industrial components Apple and Intel.
Apple is exploring using its own processors in future Mac computers, thereby dropping Intel (INTC) as a chip supplier for the product, according to Bloomberg. Mac computers featuring processors developed internally by Apple could start surfacing in the market as early as 2020, the report said.
Intel (INTC) announced in February that it was collaborating with Dell (DVMT), HP (HPQ), Lenovo (LNVGY), and Microsoft (MSFT) to bring 5G (fifth generation) connectivity to Windows PCs (personal computers). Intel said it would supply the modem chips to enable 5G connectivity in PC devices to be developed by partners. Intel-based, 5G-enabled mobile laptops should start arriving in 2H19. Intel is working on bringing 5G-enabled PCs just as the global PC market is expected to stage a comeback.
In 2012 the cost per transistor for the first time did not go down. This does not bode well for Intel. But, Bruce Pile says it's good news for Nvidia.
It’s a huge week for semiconductor stocks , with no less than 13 major companies reporting first-quarter earnings. Morgan Stanley analyst Joseph Moore gave his take Monday on the companies that are reporting ...
The weak trend might continue this earnings season given the lack of positive Earnings ESP but a series of positive estimate revision could provide some upside.
Transportation is no doubt being disrupted. I think we all feel like we are on the cusp of a revolution that will change driving forever. How can you play this trend as an investor? Managing Director of Innovation Shares' NextGen Vehicles & Technology ETF --- ticker EKAR -- Matt Markiewicz joins us now.
Keith Bliss of Cuttone and Company joins Yahoo Finance editor-in-chief, Andy Serwer, Seana Smith and Julia LaRoche to discuss the latest market moves.