263.53 +2.10 (0.80%)
After hours: 5:41PM EDT
|Bid||262.85 x 800|
|Ask||263.20 x 900|
|Day's Range||257.02 - 262.00|
|52 Week Range||157.37 - 269.20|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||43.46|
|Earnings Date||Aug 16, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.60 (0.23%)|
|1y Target Est||289.24|
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest market moves.
Cigna, Express Scripts, Nvidia, McDonald’s and Twitter are the companies to watch.
In recent days, word about Nvidia's new Turing architecture started leaking out of the Santa Clara-based company's headquarters. Nvidia describes the new Turing architecture as "the greatest leap since the invention of the CUDA GPU in 2006." That's a high bar to clear, but there may be a kernel of truth here. "RT" here stands for ray tracing, a rendering method that basically traces the path of light as it interacts with the objects in a scene.
U.S. stocks today ended solidly higher as the financial crisis in Turkey moved the back burner, at least for a day. IShares MSCI Turkey jumped 11% after two days of sharp losses.
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What does that do for our top trades? After a heroic run from $12 to $50, Huya (NYSE:HUYA) has had trouble gaining traction to the upside. Support gave way though, as HUYA fell 15% Tuesday after the company reported earnings.
Nvidia (NVDA) saw its stock price surge over 1.7% Tuesday after the chipmaker officially unveiled its much-anticipated, eighth-generation GPU architecture. Nvidia's new Turing line of graphics chips is the company's "most important innovation in computer graphics in more than a decade," according to CEO Jensen Huang. But the Turing GPUs won't help NVDA's Q2 financial results, so let's see if the stock is still worth buying ahead of Thursday's earnings release.
The stock market showed mixed action early Tuesday. Top stock Nvidia advanced on its new graphics chip.
Terms like buy range, extended and shakeout may sound foreign to new investors. But Nvidia helps teach how they translate into real terms in protecting an investor's capital.
is taking the long view with its new Turing GPU architecture. Some of the key hardware innovations that Nvidia is packing within Turing, which was officially unveiled on Monday at the SIGGRAPH industry conference, will do little or nothing to boost the performance of existing games. In addition to traditional streaming multiprocessors (SMs), Turing --- like Nvidia's Volta architecture, which powers some of the server and workstation GPUs it has launched since mid-2017 -- supports Tensor Cores, a type of processor core optimized for AI/deep learning tasks.
AI in the data center is a fast-growing segment of the market that Intel is desperate to show investors it can eventually dominate.
Nvidia on Monday announced its next-generation graphics architecture called Turing, named after the early-20th century computer scientist credited as the father of artificial intelligence. The new graphics processing unit (GPU) does more than traditional graphics workloads, embedding accelerators for both artificial-intelligence (AI) tasks and a new graphics rendering technique called ray tracing. With the launch, Nvidia (NVDA) is showcasing its leadership in the graphics and AI markets, leaving competitors Intel (INTC) and AMD (AMD) scrambling to play catchup when the industry is evolving rapidly, often at the direction of Nvidia designs.
Ryan McQueeney recaps the market's top morning headlines, including Square's latest bullish analyst note, today's cryptocurrency crash, Home Depot's earnings, and more. Later, he is joined by Brian Bolan, Zacks' growth guru and noted Tesla bull, to debate the electric car company's go-private plan.