INTC - Intel Corporation

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
47.17
-0.29 (-0.61%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

47.10 -0.07 (-0.15%)
After hours: 6:22PM EDT

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Previous Close47.46
Open47.75
Bid47.10 x 900
Ask47.22 x 2900
Day's Range47.05 - 47.95
52 Week Range34.38 - 57.60
Volume23,202,844
Avg. Volume25,462,885
Market Cap217.501B
Beta0.86
PE Ratio (TTM)17.01
EPS (TTM)2.77
Earnings DateOct 24, 2018 - Oct 29, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield1.20 (2.40%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-08-06
1y Target Est56.22
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  • Intel buys deep-learning startup Vertex.AI to join its Movidius unit
    TechCrunch4 hours ago

    Intel buys deep-learning startup Vertex.AI to join its Movidius unit

    Intel wants to bring more artificial intelligence technology into all aspects of its business, and today it is stepping up its game a little in the area with an acquisition. The computer processing giant has acquired Vertex.AI, a startup that had a mission of making it possible to develop "deep learning for every platform", building a deep learning engine called PlaidML to do this. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed but Intel has provided us with the following statement, confirming the deal and that the whole team -- including founders Choong Ng and Brian Retford -- will be joining Intel.

  • ARM says its next processors will outperform Intel laptop chips
    Engadget10 hours ago

    ARM says its next processors will outperform Intel laptop chips

    ARM-based laptops have been pretty pokey to date, but you might have a different impression of them in a year or two. The company has offered a rare peek at the performance expectations for its future processor architectures, and the figures might make Intel nervous. While ARM already believes that its recently unveiled Cortex-A76 is competitive with Intel's 2.6GHz Core i5-7300U, it expects its 2019 "Deimos" and 2020 "Hercules" designs to clearly outperform that CPU.

  • Intel Explainer: Sensors – the Eyes and Ears of Autonomous Vehicles – Gather Information from the Road
    Business Wire8 hours ago

    Intel Explainer: Sensors – the Eyes and Ears of Autonomous Vehicles – Gather Information from the Road

    One of the most basic – and challenging – building blocks of an autonomous vehicle system is the ability to detect and classify objects. A vehicle must be able to accurately assess its surroundings before safely adjusting to traffic, roadway regulations or obstacles.

  • Weighing the Pros and Cons of AMD Stock Is Harder Than You Think
    InvestorPlace8 hours ago

    Weighing the Pros and Cons of AMD Stock Is Harder Than You Think

    If you’re not sure what to make of Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) here in the shadow of an 1100% gain from AMD stock over the course of the past three years (and a doubling just since early April), you’re not crazy. To that end, if a newcomer to Advanced Micro Devices is weary of diving into a new trade simply because the water you’d be diving into isn’t entirely clear, here’s a quick primer that might put things in perspective. On the off chance you’re reading this and haven’t yet put two and two together, Advanced Micro Devices is in the middle of a turnaround story.

  • What to Expect from AMAT’s Services Division in Fiscal Q3 2018
    Market Realist8 hours ago

    What to Expect from AMAT’s Services Division in Fiscal Q3 2018

    Applied Materials (AMAT) is seeing growing adoption of its existing technologies in new applications. AMAT’s AGS (Applied Global Services) division helps semiconductor and display manufacturers ramp up their production of new equipment, improve equipment yield and performance, and optimize output and operating costs. With the broadening of markets for its existing technologies, it is also broadening its service offerings.

  • 4 ‘Can’t Lose’ Tech Stocks to Cut Loose Today
    InvestorPlace9 hours ago

    4 ‘Can’t Lose’ Tech Stocks to Cut Loose Today

    As a result, investors targeted U.S. big-cap tech stocks, which have single-handedly bolstered broad market averages in recent months. Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) shares are testing back below their 200-day moving average, succumbing to new post-earnings selling pressure after the company reported weaker-than-expected user growth and warned of constrained profit margins going forward. The spell of “social forever” was broken, as investors realized Facebook’s best days may now be behind it.

  • Intel's Data Center Revenue and Profits Soared Last Quarter
    Motley Fool23 hours ago

    Intel's Data Center Revenue and Profits Soared Last Quarter

    Intel's second-largest business delivered a phenomenal financial performance in Q2.

  • Stocks - Macy's, Alibaba Fall in Pre-market; Canopy Growth Soars
    Investing.comyesterday

    Stocks - Macy's, Alibaba Fall in Pre-market; Canopy Growth Soars

    Investing.com - Stocks in focus in pre-market trade Wednesday:

  • How Is the AI Revolution Helping Applied Materials?
    Market Realistyesterday

    How Is the AI Revolution Helping Applied Materials?

    Applied Materials (AMAT) is witnessing the impact of the AI and big data era with strong growth in the cloud market. During its fiscal second-quarter earnings call, AMAT’s CEO, Gary Dickerson, stated that CSPs (cloud service providers) have significantly increased their capital investments. The top seven CSPs increased their capital spending by 40.0% YoY (year-over-year) in 2017 compared to 30.0% YoY in 2016.

  • Reutersyesterday

    US STOCKS-Turkey, trade worries hit Wall Street again

    U.S. stock indexes fell on Wednesday in a broad-based decline, hurt by concerns over the strong dollar and Turkey's currency crisis, as well as the trade tensions with U.S. trading partners that have dominated the first half of 2018. While the lira continues to pull back from record lows against the dollar, Turkey on Wednesday doubled tariffs on some U.S. imports including alcohol, cars and tobacco in retaliation to U.S. moves.

  • Amid immigration crackdown, H-1B visas still on rise among tech giants
    American City Business Journalsyesterday

    Amid immigration crackdown, H-1B visas still on rise among tech giants

    For years, U.S. tech giants have lobbied for more highly skilled foreign workers to join in their hiring sprees. According to numbers crunched by the National Foundation for American Policy, these companies are finally getting a boost in lottery-based H-1B visas.