56.57 -0.24 (-0.42%)
Pre-Market: 4:04AM EDT
|Bid||55.55 x 100|
|Ask||56.57 x 100|
|Day's Range||56.77 - 58.28|
|52 Week Range||48.92 - 69.28|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Apr 25, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.28 (3.76%)|
|1y Target Est||69.98|
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Mar.21 -- China’s regulators are seeking more protections for local companies before approving Qualcomm’s proposed purchase of NXP Semiconductors NV, according to people familiar with the matter. Bloomberg's Peter Elstrom reports on "Bloomberg Markets."
Ousted as chairman of Qualcomm , then pushed off the board and finally mocked for his aspirations to acquire the semiconductor company — it has been a tough few days for Paul Jacobs, a son of the company’s ...
What do you do with Qualcomm (QCOM) after Broadcom’s (AVGO) hostile bid was shot down last week by the U.S. government? It’s still one to buy, according to a note today from Amit Daryanani with RBC Capital Markets, reiterating his Outperform rating on the name, and his $80 price target.
A secretive panel called CFIUS is paving the way for President Trump to block more foreign business deals due to national security concerns. WSJ's Shelby Holliday explains why you'll hear more about CFIUS ...
Chinese companies are lobbying regulators to block the deal, arguing the merger of Qualcomm and NXP will hurt them.
The dividend payment provides a steady source of income every quarter which, investors hope, should increase over time.
The idea of Apple (AAPL) leaving Qualcomm (QCOM) for Intel (INTC) for wireless chips for future iPhones is believed to be tied to Apple’s legal dispute with Qualcomm over patents and royalties. Apple and Qualcomm have sued and countersued each other in several countries, with Qualcomm last year seeking to ban iPhone sales in China, one of Apple’s biggest international markets.
Apple (AAPL) may be using wireless chips from Intel (INTC) exclusively in its iPhone models to be released this year, according to a 9to5Mac report citing a research note from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities. Since iPhone 7, which came out in September 2016, Apple has been obtaining wireless or cellular chips for iPhones from both Intel and Qualcomm (QCOM).
China’s regulators are seeking more protections for local companies before approving Qualcomm’s proposed purchase of NXP Semiconductors NV, according to people familiar with the matter. Bloomberg's Peter ...