|Bid||21.41 x 400|
|Ask||21.50 x 500|
|Day's range||21.40 - 21.50|
|52-week range||17.10 - 24.75|
|PE ratio (TTM)||9.43|
|Earnings date||22 May 2018 - 29 May 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.56 (2.63%)|
|1y target est||25.76|
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is focusing on its Computing and Graphics segment to boost its growth. In the computing space, it launched competitive desktop and mobile PC CPUs (central processing units) under the Ryzen brand in 2017.
Today at RAPID + TCT, North America’s largest 3D printing conference, HP announced new agreements with industry leaders Jabil and Forecast 3D to drive the future of distributed design, manufacturing and digital supply chains leveraging the power of HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printing technology. As the global economy enters what many call the 4th Industrial Revolution, new technologies such as 3D printing are enabling an array of new business opportunities such as distributed design and manufacturing, supply chain services, and increasingly localized production.
Apple is exploring using its own processors in future Mac computers, thereby dropping Intel (INTC) as a chip supplier for the product, according to Bloomberg. Mac computers featuring processors developed internally by Apple could start surfacing in the market as early as 2020, the report said.
Intel (INTC) announced in February that it was collaborating with Dell (DVMT), HP (HPQ), Lenovo (LNVGY), and Microsoft (MSFT) to bring 5G (fifth generation) connectivity to Windows PCs (personal computers). Intel said it would supply the modem chips to enable 5G connectivity in PC devices to be developed by partners. Intel-based, 5G-enabled mobile laptops should start arriving in 2H19. Intel is working on bringing 5G-enabled PCs just as the global PC market is expected to stage a comeback.
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Here's a look at some companies that, however peripherally, are involved in the cannabis business or should benefit from more permissive marijuana laws.
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Global PC shipments have been steadily falling over the past few quarters, as customers prefer to do their browsing via smartphones, which are also coming with spreadsheet functionality these days. According to reports by Gartner and IDC, PC shipments have continued to see sluggish growth. According to IDC, global PC shipments were flat YoY (year-over-year) in 1Q18, at 60.4 million shipments. However, according to Gartner, global PC shipments fell 1.4% YoY in 1Q18.
CNBC tests HP's new Qualcomm-powered laptop. While it offers great battery life and constant connectivity, it's not as good as Intel-powered laptops.
Although commodity costs were higher in fiscal 1Q17 than in fiscal 1Q18, and they are expected to be lower in fiscal 2018, HP (HPQ) expects increasing DRAM (dynamic random access memory) prices to remain a headwind during the year. However, HP expects product demand to fall if it transfers component price increases to consumers.
So far, we’ve talked about the possible impact of the cryptocurrency trend on Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). Easing investors’ and analysts’ concerns, AMD gave a statement that its long-term growth is not dependent on cryptocurrency as it’s not even its core market. The chip supplier stated that its long-term growth will come from three key markets: PCs (personal computer), professional graphics, and servers.
Analysts expect HP’s (HPQ) non-GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) EPS (earnings per share) to rise 19.4% YoY (year-over-year) to $1.97 in fiscal 2018, up from $1.65 in fiscal 2017. Revenue is estimated to rise 8.7% YoY to $56.6 billion in fiscal 2018. Analysts expect HP’s EPS to rise 20% in fiscal 2Q18, 14% in fiscal 3Q18, and 6% in fiscal 2019, and expect its revenue to rise 9.5% in 2Q18, 6.7% in 3Q18, and 0.6% in fiscal 2019.
Desktop-as-a-service (or DaaS) is a cloud-based model that enables users to work from any location using their devices. DaaS, independent of device, network, and location, has an architecture where multiple users are allowed access to a software application. DaaS is fast gaining traction among startups and small and medium enterprises around the globe to reduce costs.
Personal computer shipments were flat in the first quarter, yielding positive data points for HP and Microsoft, but negative for Apple.
At the start of 2017, HP (HPQ) claimed the top position from China’s (FXI) Lenovo (LNVGY) to become the world’s leading PC (personal computer) manufacturer. At the end of 4Q17, HP led the PC market with a 23.5% share and 8.3% unit shipment growth. In comparison, global PC shipments rose only 0.3% in 4Q17. Top players Lenovo, Dell, Apple, ASUS, and Acer Group (ACEIY) had market shares of 22.2%, 15.7%, 8.2%, 6.4%, and 6.4%, respectively.
Among the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Thursday's session are General Electric, BlackRock, Delta Air Lines, Bed Bath & Beyond, Amazon and Tesla.
In the automotive, real estate, and industrial sectors, 3D printing has several applications. There has been a slew of modern developments using 3D printing technology over the last three years. HP (HPQ) has long believed that the total available market for 3D printing in manufacturing is worth ~$12 trillion.
In September 2016, HP (HPQ) announced its intention to acquire Samsung’s (SSNLF) Printing business for $1.1 billion. This acquisition was completed in November 2017. While the acquisition should help HP gain traction in the A3 space, the company expects short-term headwinds to reduce its installed base.
Research firms Gartner and IDC just released their personal computer data for Q1, and the results were sales that were either flat with, or down slightly, from a year earlier, depending on whom you believe. HP (HPQ) was still in first place, while Apple (AAPL) recorded minimal sales growth but stayed in fourth place, with a 6.9% share. Gartner says PCs dropped by 1.4%, year over year.
HP Inc.'s PC sales and market share increased in the first quarter of 2018 while Apple Inc.'s declined as overall industry sales were flat from the year-ago quarter, according to data from International ...