112.79 -0.13 (-0.12%)
After hours: 7:31PM EST
|Bid||112.26 x 100|
|Ask||113.27 x 400|
|Day's Range||111.94 - 113.90|
|52 Week Range||73.87 - 113.90|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||26.38|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.48 (2.20%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
The market for electric vehicles is expected to grow to 53 million units by 2030, up from 3.4 million units in 2017.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Denbury Resources, ProPetro, Texas Instruments, Caterpillar and Huntsman
Market pundits have set their eyes on Corporate America as it is gearing up to report Q4 earnings results later this week. While the broader market is expected to face a period of consolidation, bank majors may feel the heat due to adjustments in values of deferred tax assets and liabilities and charges taken against earnings for repatriation. The energy sector is poised to report highest earnings growth among all sectors, with technology, Industrial products and materials contributing the maximum.
The energy sector is poised to report the highest Q4 earnings growth among all sectors, with maximum gains at technology, Industrial products and materials.
CME, TiVo, Texas Instruments, STMicroelectronics and Marvell Technology as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day
One of the strongest corners of the market in 2017 was the semiconductor industry, and we expect that trend to continue into the New Year thanks to rising demand from the Internet of Things market. Check out these three already-strong stocks that are looking to benefit even more from further IoT growth in 2018!
Reporters are tip-toeing around news that Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) CEO Brian Krzanich sold all the shares he could after learning of problems with the company’s chips going back 20 years. It’s what Martha Stewart went to jail for. If anything, this case is more egregious, and more obvious. As the S-4 report filed on the sales makes clear, Krzanich sold about 900,000 shares of Intel stock on Nov. 29, including stock options he exercised, then flipped.
The ride for semiconductor investors could get bumpier in 2018, but one Wall Street analyst says investors who stay along for the ride will enjoy the destination. The Analyst Bank of America analyst Vivek ...
When it comes to dividends, a large headline yield isn’t always the best choice. The reality is, stocks that grow those dividends consistently over time are actually better bets for portfolios. The combination of steadily higher dividends and capital appreciation from investors wanting those increases makes dividend growth stocks a potent choice for most portfolios.
Texas Instruments, Inc.'s (TXN) increasing presence in the auto and industrial markets, new product launches, and global market expansion are likely to drive growth.
In calendar 3Q17, Intel (INTC) was the most profitable semiconductor company, with a last-12-month EBITDA of $25.3 billion.
Dividends come at the cost of a stock’s growth potential because a company can use that cash to reinvest in its businesses in order to boost growth.
Texas Instruments Incorporated (NASDAQ:TXN) saw a double-digit share price rise of over 10% in the past couple of months on the NasdaqGS. With many analysts covering the large-cap stock, weRead More...
After it handily beat consensus estimates, Nvidia Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) stock sold off and has yet to recover. NVDA stock did stage a rally on Dec. 18, but needs more buying volume to sustain a $200/share close. Nvidia has deep pockets too, and may easily raise its spending to stay ahead.
Dividend growth stocks have obvious appeal. After all, dividend investing is based on buying and holding a stock for the payouts. Unlike traditional growth investing, where you depend on a stock increasing in value based on profits or sales trends, dividend investing focuses on the payouts above all else.
"Halftime Report" traders Jon and Pete Najarian spot heavy activity in Energy ETF (XLE) and Texas Instruments. Plus, a trade update on Blackberry.