|Bid||0.00 x 1300|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's range||55.67 - 57.56|
|52-week range||26.85 - 64.66|
|PE ratio (TTM)||5.64|
|Earnings date||24 Sep 2018 - 28 Sep 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||80.93|
Nokia (NOK) joins forces with Philippines' Globe Telecom to help the latter deliver cloud-native business services, allowing enterprises to move seamlessly to the cloud.
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Chip-stock analysts continue to like what they are seeing in the area of memory chips, such as DRAM. The main positive bit of news today is the report overnight of comments by Nanya Technology (2408TW), a DRAM producer that has just 3% of the industry’s total DRAM supply. Nanya said it is going to “expand its wafer bit output by 48%,” according to an analysis of the report by Cowen & Co.’s Karl Ackerman.
Intel (INTC) shares are trading lower today, and Micron Technology (MU) shares are trading higher, after the two last night announced they will part ways on their “3D XPoint” memory technology. This is perhaps not entirely a surprise to the Street, as Intel and Micron had already announced an end to their NAND flash-chip partnership back in January. Intel’s vice president for its “non-volatile memory solutions group," Bill Leszinske, explained in a telephone call today that I had with him that when the “goals” of the two companies were clearly changing, it made sense to conclude the joint venture.
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Micron (MU) and Intel today announced an update to their 3D XPoint™ joint development partnership, which has resulted in the development of an entirely new class of non-volatile memory with dramatically lower latency and exponentially greater endurance than NAND memory. The companies have agreed to complete joint development for the second generation of 3D XPoint technology, which is expected to occur in the first half of 2019. Technology development beyond the second generation of 3D XPoint technology will be pursued independently by the two companies in order to optimize the technology for their respective product and business needs.
The end of last week brought some encouraging words about Micron Technology (MU) from bulls on the stock. Paul Peterson of the boutique BlueFin research house writes, after travels in Asia meeting with ...
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Shares of Micron Technology (MU) are up $1.48, or 2.7%, to $55.80, following an upbeat note from JPMorgan’s Harlan Sur, who is more bullish than ever about the need for DRAM chips for server computers in data centers that process things such as artificial intelligence. Sur reiterates an Overweight rating on Micron stock, and an $84 price target. Drawing on work of his colleagues, Sur notes that JPMorgan estimates for the DRAM market revenue and shipments are now higher for this year and for next by 5% to 6% relative to what the firm thought last month.
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Shares of Micron (MU) climbed nearly 2% on Monday despite news last week that a Chinese court ordered the semiconductor giant to stop selling some of its memory chips in the world's second-largest economy. So let's see why Micron stock looks like such a great buy right now, allowing investors to feel so comfortable shrugging off the recent Chinese ruling.