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The chip stock surge at the week's end shines a light on just how pessimistic some investors had been as earnings multiples fell to rock-bottom levels last year.
The chipmaker, which has strong exposure to Chinese manufacturers, partly blamed trade worries for its soft guidance.
These names are showing technical characteristics of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns.
The iPhone 8's reported inclusion of several new technologies is expected to yield changes in Apple's supplier mix.
The proposed combination likely will draw increased attention to the obliteration of traditional retail jobs that Amazon is leaving in its wake.
* Amazon is a change agent. The retail landscape continues to undergo change, and with it will come lower retail industry sales, profits and margins. * Does Amazon create value through its distribution channel or does it destroy jobs? Concerns likel...
High-flying chip stocks sold off this week amid a spate of negative headlines. But for the most part, industry conditions are still healthy.
Consolidation, strong memory prices and healthy demand from several end-markets continue driving industry profits higher. Some good news is clearly priced in, but maybe not all of it.
Intel's $15.3 billion purchase of Mobileye could just be the beginning
More than three-quarters of the companies in the S&P 500 have reported results, and 66% have exceeded expectations.
Industry consolidation has yielded favorable pricing environments for many kinds of chips. Together with good conditions in some big end-markets, the stage is set for a strong 2017.
Holding an above-average cash position after peeling profits off the table into the most recent rally.
Victory for the Shenzhen-listed company, teamed with PAG Asia and Legend, defies early expectations of a U.S. acquirer for the printer maker.
A chief buyer in the leveraged loan game may be vanishing, but that's not stopping new multi-billion dollar deals.
Ingram Micro has agreed to a $6 billion dollar buyout by China's Tianjin Tianhai Investment Co., underscoring china's growing appetite for us technology companies.
Wall Street enjoyed another rally on Tuesday, its second session in a row, as high-momentum tech and consumer names led the markets higher.
Stocks moved from heavy to slight losses for much of the day, ending modestly lower Tuesday after crude oil closed its third straight session in the red.
Stocks moved higher ahead of the afternoon release of the Federal Reserve's October meeting minutes.