|Bid||46.56 x 900|
|Ask||46.75 x 1200|
|Day's Range||46.37 - 47.42|
|52 Week Range||36.85 - 57.60|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||16.83|
|Earnings Date||Oct 25, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.20 (2.64%)|
|1y Target Est||55.81|
Apple Inc's latest iPhones hit stores around the world on Friday, featuring components made by Intel Corp and Toshiba among others, according to two firms that cracked open the iPhone Xs and Xs Max models. The studies by repair firm iFixit and chip analysis firm TechInsights, published this week, are among the first detailed teardowns of the phones, which reviews suggested were a subtle upgrade from the tenth anniversary iPhone X. Supplying parts for Apple's iPhones is considered a coup for chipmakers and other manufacturers.
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The U.S. administration will begin to levy new tariffs of 10 percent on about $200 billion of Chinese products on Sept. 24, with the tariffs to go up to 25 percent by the end of 2018. The following are comments made by U.S. companies after the Trump administration said on July 10 https://reut.rs/2m6Yu0r that it would slap tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports. ** Walmart Inc (WMT.N) warned that it may raise prices of products if the Trump administration imposes a tariff on Chinese imports.
Taking apart Apple's latest flagship phones revealed a few surprises, along with plenty of expected discoveries.
Intel (INTC), a leader in the PC and server processor market, entered the mobile market in 2011 with the acquisition of Infineon Wireless. Infineon products lagged behind in technology, which pushed Intel behind Qualcomm (QCOM) in the modem market. After spending a huge sum on research and development and divesting its mobile processor business, Intel launched competitive modems that were one year behind Qualcomm in terms of technology.
Stocks are humming along after the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average indexes hit new closing highs Thursday. President Donald Trump’s thumbs might have pushed up crude oil prices to $80, but they won’t keep them there. Berkshire Hathaway and pot stocks have one thing in common—momentum, but only one of them still looks underpriced.
A day after Stifel raised its price target for AMD by 80 percent, Lipacis echoed the argument that AMD has a major window of opportunity in the near-term thanks to missteps by rival Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC).
Things have been slow for the semiconductor industry in 2018 after rapid growth in 2017. The Market Vectors Semiconductor ETF (SMH) rose 36.5% in 2017 and only 8.6% in the first nine months of 2018. Stocks like Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Qualcomm (QCOM), which underperformed in 2017, are gaining momentum in 2018 as they revive their business and come out as strong competitors. In contrast, stocks like Micron Technology (MU), Intel (INTC), and Broadcom (AVGO), which delivered strong returns in 2017, are seeing a slump in 2018.
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Jefferies raises its price target for AMD shares, predicting big market share gains for the chipmaker due to Intel's processor shortages.
Intel describes its 3D XPoint technology as a new class of storage and memory technology that is faster, denser and non-volatile.
Analysts are concerned the negative impact from Intel's processor manufacturing issues may last longer than one quarter.
Micron shares are dropping after the chipmaker gave weaker-than-expected fiscal first-quarter guidance due to PC processor shortages. Analysts are concerned the negative impact from Intel's processor manufacturing issues may last longer than one quarter. Micron MU confirmed investors' worst fears, saying PC processor shortages are hurting demand for its memory chips.
Shares of Advanced Micro Devices Inc. are up 0.8% in premarket trading Friday after Jefferies analyst Mark Lipacis raised his price target on the stock to $36 from $30. He maintained a buy rating. Lipacis cited a report from Fubon Research that said Intel Corp. would undersupply the market through the middle of next year. The report "leaves us with higher conviction that AMD will report improving revenue, pricing and margins near term, and that is positioned to take share in the high-end PC MPU and server market long term," Lipacis wrote. He also said that AMD seems to be "creating a foothold in the higher end commercial desktop and server markets." The stock is up 133% over the past 12 months, while the S&P 500 has gained 17%.
A shortage of high-end computer chips from Intel is being felt in other parts of the tech sector. A major factor, according to Micron, is that some personal computer makers aren’t buying as many of its memory chips because they are slowing production due to a shortage of the CPU chips they need. Intel supplies the vast majority of CPU chips for the PC market today.
Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) has faced a year of struggle. A major security threat and an unexpected change in management at the top have weighed on Intel stock this year. As a result, the INTC stock price has seen little change from where it traded at the beginning of the year.
Darden Restaurants led the S&P 500, and Caterpillar topped the Dow early Thursday as investors digested the latest trade war news out of China.
Dow stocks were in the driver's seat in afternoon trading Thursday. Intel was a top gainer in the Dow. Chinese stocks also outperformed.
Investing.com - Technology stocks led the rally midday, rebounding from weakness in the previous day led by software and chip stocks.
Cloud services company Oracle (ORCL) recently announced a $12 billion increase to its share repurchase program, which shows that the company is banking on growing its cash flows and expects its earnings growth to continue. Share buybacks also boosted the company’s earnings in its first quarter of fiscal 2019, which ended on August 31, 2018.
In a note to clients on Wednesday, Stifel analyst Kevin Cassidy hiked his 12-month price target on shares of AMD by over 80%, from $21 to $38, as reported by CNBC. Cassidy, who rates AMD at buy, echoes sentiment on the Street indicating that AMD is gaining ground against long-time chip industry leader Intel Corp. ( INTC), which has delayed the production of its next-gen 10-nanometer processor. Cassidy expects new products to improve the Santa Clara, Calif-based company's gross profit margins for at least the next four quarters.