43.15 -0.11 (-0.25%)
After hours: 5:39PM EST
|Bid||43.15 x 900|
|Ask||43.25 x 1300|
|Day's range||43.01 - 43.57|
|52-week range||33.23 - 47.30|
|PE ratio (TTM)||15.18|
|Earnings date||24 Jan 2018 - 29 Jan 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.09 (2.52%)|
|1y target est||46.84|
While US (SPY) corporate executives are largely in favor of the proposal to rewrite the US tax code, they're unhappy with the retention of the part that deals with an alternative minimum tax (or AMT)
Dow tech titans Microsoft, Intel and Apple are setting up for possible buys while Nordson skyrocketed overnight on strong earnings and guidance.
Things won’t be as delightful for semiconductor investors in 2018 as they were in 2017, predicts Deutsche Bank chip analyst Ross Seymore in a note to clients published Monday, in which he examines the battle between “secular hopes” and “cyclical fears,” citing Intel (INTC) as one of the best possible picks amidst diminished outlook. Similar to a note two weeks ago from Morgan Stanley analysts, Seymore sees much less oomph from the memory-chip market in 2018. Growth this year has been driven by memory chip sales, observes Seymore, and there’s going to be less of that next year.
All the noise from Bitcoin may obscure new potential buy signals from big names like Microsoft, Intel, Fiat Chrysler, Biogen and AbbVie.
Rival tech giants Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Intel (INTC) have agreed on a licensing deal to produce discrete GPUs (graphics processing units) to be used in ultrathin and portable…
Under the Senate’s proposal, companies would be allowed to expense 100% of their capital spending for the next five years.