QCOM - QUALCOMM Incorporated

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
55.23
-0.12 (-0.22%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

55.03 -0.20 (-0.36%)
Pre-Market: 5:36AM EDT

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Previous Close55.35
Open55.14
Bid55.10 x 100
Ask55.39 x 100
Day's Range54.88 - 55.62
52 Week Range48.92 - 69.28
Volume4,628,914
Avg. Volume13,382,575
Market Cap81.76B
Beta1.49
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-2.83
Earnings DateApr 25, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield2.28 (4.16%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-02-27
1y Target Est68.43
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • The Wall Street Journal8 minutes ago

    [$$] Qualcomm Is in the Eye of U.S.-China Storm Again

    China has said issues with the U.S. chip maker’s proposed $44 billion tie-up with NXP Semiconductors may be “hard to resolve.” That isn’t a good sign either for this deal or broader global deal-making

  • Investopedia15 minutes ago

    Why Qualcomm’s Stock Bulls May Be Dreaming

    Qualcomm Inc.'s ( QCOM) bullish analysts may be dreaming, expecting shares of the chipmaker to rise by 25% based on average analysts price targets. Shares of Qualcomm are off nearly 20% from their highs in January, followed by President Trump blocking a proposed $117 billion acquisition by Broadcom Inc. ( AVGO).

  • Financial Times32 minutes ago

    [$$] China demands Qualcomm concessions over NXP deal

    US chipmaker Qualcomm must make further concessions over market competition to win Beijing’s approval for its proposed $44bn purchase of Dutch company NXP Semiconductors , China’s commerce ministry said ...

  • Associated Press1 hour ago

    China: Qualcomm plan 'has difficulty' resolving concerns

    BEIJING (AP) — Qualcomm Inc.'s latest proposal for its $44 billion acquisition of NXP Semiconductors "has difficulty" resolving concerns of Chinese anti-monopoly regulators, a government spokesman Thursday.

  • Qualcomm is getting hit from both sides in the US-China spat
    Quartz1 hour ago

    Qualcomm is getting hit from both sides in the US-China spat

    The US and China’s tit-for-tat jabs in trade and tariffs are moving in tandem with each country’s anxieties over dominance in the global tech industry. And as those tensions escalate this week, one company is set to suffer—San Diego-based chipmaker Qualcomm. On April 19 a spokesperson for China’s Ministry of Commerce said that it had…

  • The Wall Street Journal2 hours ago

    [$$] China: Qualcomm's NXP Deal Has 'Hard to Resolve' Issues

    Antitrust regulator’s initial pessimistic review of Qualcomm’s $44 billion purchase of NXP Semiconductors raises questions about a critical deal for the American company and whether trade friction with ...

  • Financial Times3 hours ago

    [$$] China demands more concessions from Qualcomm for NXP deal

    “This deal has a wide influence, and may have a negative impact on market competition,” Gao Feng, a spokesman for the ministry told reporters. Mr Gao said that Qualcomm had submitted a remedy plan to resolve such problems but added that “an initial investigation shows Qualcomm’s plan can not easily solve the problems relating to market competition”.

  • The Wall Street Journal5 hours ago

    [$$] Qualcomm Cuts Jobs to Boost Profit

    Chip maker Qualcomm began laying off employees, pursuing a promise to investors to boost profit by shedding $1 billion in expenses.

  • China Asks Qualcomm For More Remedies to Win NXP Approval
    Bloomberg6 hours ago

    China Asks Qualcomm For More Remedies to Win NXP Approval

    Chinese regulators are seeking additional concessions from Qualcomm Inc. before approving its proposed purchase of NXP Semiconductors NV, further complicating the long-delayed deal and possibly adding ...

  • Qualcomm begins layoffs as part of cost cuts
    Reuters9 hours ago

    Qualcomm begins layoffs as part of cost cuts

    "Qualcomm is conducting a reduction of our full-time and temporary workforce," a company spokesperson who declined to be identifies said, without disclosing the exact numbers of job cuts. Qualcomm said it offered affected employees severance packages. Bloomberg, which first reported the layoffs, said the size of the job cuts is large enough that Qualcomm will have to file a WARN notice, or Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification, with the state of California.

  • Qualcomm begins layoffs as part of cost cuts
    Reuters9 hours ago

    Qualcomm begins layoffs as part of cost cuts

    "Qualcomm is conducting a reduction of our full-time and temporary workforce," a company spokesperson who declined to be identifies said, without disclosing the exact numbers of job cuts. Qualcomm said it offered affected employees severance packages. Bloomberg, which first reported the layoffs, said the size of the job cuts is large enough that Qualcomm will have to file a WARN notice, or Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification, with the state of California.

  • Cramer's lightning round: Qualcomm needs to resolve its slew of issues
    CNBC11 hours ago

    Cramer's lightning round: Qualcomm needs to resolve its slew of issues

    Jim Cramer rattles off his take on callers' favorite stocks, including a technology play making headlines.

  • 3 Reasons Qualcomm Likely Won't Close the NXP Deal in 2018
    Motley Fool12 hours ago

    3 Reasons Qualcomm Likely Won't Close the NXP Deal in 2018

    Qualcomm’s takeover of the world’s top automotive chipmaker is becoming a slow-motion car wreck.

  • Reuters12 hours ago

    Qualcomm begins layoffs as part of cost cuts - Bbg

    Chipmaker Qualcomm Inc has begun cutting jobs as part of its promise to investors to cut costs by $1 billion, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter. The size of the job cuts is large enough that San Diego-based Qualcomm will have to file a WARN notice, or Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification, with the state of California, the report said. Qualcomm did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

  • Qualcomm Cutting Jobs to Live Up to Promise of Slashing Costs
    Bloomberg13 hours ago

    Qualcomm Cutting Jobs to Live Up to Promise of Slashing Costs

    Qualcomm Inc. has begun cutting jobs as part of the chipmaker’s promise to investors to reduce costs by $1 billion, according to people familiar with the process. The number of positions being eliminated at the San Diego-based company is large enough that Qualcomm will have to file a so-called WARN notice, or Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification, with the state of California, one of the people said. Qualcomm has other major locations in the state and around the world.

  • Qualcomm Begins Cutting Jobs to Meet Pledge to Slash Costs
    Bloomberg13 hours ago

    Qualcomm Begins Cutting Jobs to Meet Pledge to Slash Costs

    Qualcomm Inc. has begun cutting about 1,500 jobs in California as part of a broader workforce reduction aimed at meeting a commitment to investors to pare costs by $1 billion, according to people familiar ...

  • TheStreet.com14 hours ago

    How Chinese Trade and Security Tensions Could Impact U.S. Tech Companies

    As Chinese trade tensions and national security fears continue flaring, there could be consequences for U.S. tech companies even if -- as might very well be the case -- some kind of compromise is ultimately reached on tariffs. The DOC says the ban is in response to ZTE's failure to make good on a 2017 plea agreement related to its violation of sanctions prohibiting the shipment of U.S. products to Iran and North Korea.

  • China wants to wean itself off foreign technology. Now it will see how hard that will be
    Quartz19 hours ago

    China wants to wean itself off foreign technology. Now it will see how hard that will be

    Even before Donald Trump got into the White House and raised the prospect of a trade war with China, Beijing was aiming to reduce its reliance on foreign technology. In 2014, the government urged the military, banks, and state-owned enterprises to switch to domestic suppliers for any tech products or services they used. A year…

  • A Look at T-Mobile’s Network Upgrade Plans for 2Q18
    Market Realist21 hours ago

    A Look at T-Mobile’s Network Upgrade Plans for 2Q18

    T-Mobile (TMUS) expects to begin offering 5G services in early 2019, and it plans to begin the process in 2Q18. In late February 2018, Nokia (NOK) announced that it was supplying equipment and technologies that would prepare T-Mobile’s network for 5G. 

  • CNBC22 hours ago

    Investors are ignoring one of the biggest risks to the market, strategist says

    As earnings kick into high gear, investors have brushed the trade war threat to the background. That could be a mistake, says one strategist.

  • Investopedia2 days ago

    Intel’s Chip Lead Is ‘Disappearing’

    One industry researcher expects Intel's rivals to close in on the long-time market leader.

  • 2 Things Qualcomm Inc. Has Done Wrong
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    2 Things Qualcomm Inc. Has Done Wrong

    The company's mistakes have cost substantial stockholder value.

  • Intel Corporation Stock Walks the Walk, and Its Fundamentals Prove It
    InvestorPlace2 days ago

    Intel Corporation Stock Walks the Walk, and Its Fundamentals Prove It

    Despite broader market and geopolitical concerns, Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) handled itself surprisingly well. Year-to-date, Intel stock is up 10%, which ordinarily may not generate much excitement. More importantly, Intel stock is handily beating the overall technology industry.

  • Cramer's lightning round: Qualcomm needs to resolve its s...
    CNBC Videos11 hours ago

    Cramer's lightning round: Qualcomm needs to resolve its s...

    Jim Cramer rattles off his take on callers' favorite stocks, including a technology play making headlines.

  • U.S. Cuts ZTE Off From American Tech
    Bloomberg Videoyesterday

    U.S. Cuts ZTE Off From American Tech

    Apr.17 -- Jefferies Head of Hong Kong and China Telecom Research Edison Lee weighs in on the U.S. decision to ban ZTE from buying crucial American technology for seven years. Bloomberg Gadfly Columnist Tim Culpan also speaks with Haidi Lun on "Bloomberg Markets." Culpan's opinions are his own.