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While Intel stumbled, other major chip developers and manufacturers have been generally upbeat amid strong end-market demand. And M&A activity is on the upswing again.
AMD reports great Q3 results, and what their acquisition of Xilinx means.
For now, investors will either have to find some place else for their money or be patient.
Apple's new iPhone points the way forward with 5G, which caught on first in Asia. So, investors should look to these five stocks.
Demand for PCs, tablets and gaming hardware all still look quite strong. And smartphone sales are gradually picking up.
Markets have certainly recovered nicely off of the lows of late September. Now, here in mid-October, it feels like it did that cold night back in 1980-something. The wolves are visible and noisy.
It makes logical sense to take your foot off the gas here.
Most Asian markets were closed last Friday for holidays, so it's the first chance they had to respond to President Trump's Covid-19 illness.
SMIC and Toshiba affiliate hurt by further export curbs on chipmakers dealing with China.
If you are lucky enough to have owned TSM during its big run up, here's my advice.
In this market where all bets are on -- look at CRM, TSLA, AAPL -- sometimes I have to remember my mom's advice on when to ring the register.
Plus, the equity markets suddenly are trading quite listlessly and Applied Materials surprises.
Blame the Fed? No. I'm reserving my wrath for the clueless buyers who appear to have taken a permanent intellectual summer vacation.
These suppliers to and rivals of Huawei Technologies could see their revenue dinged due to the U.S. sanctions against the Chinese telecom supplier.
Negotiations on the next round of stimulus, more so than tension between Washington and Beijing, and more so than earnings season, will control short-term financial market performance.
Why should we have all these areas going up and why do we have these price target boosts for the big techs?
Plus, why shares of vaccine maker Moderna are taking a hit.
The delayed arrival of CPUs relying on Intel's 7nm manufacturing process node stands to make things easier for AMD in 2022 -- and perhaps longer.
The analog chip giant topped estimates and issued above-consensus guidance. But it also cautioned that macro pressures might take a while to go away.
Chinese shares advanced following a regulatory change designed to loosen the grip of retail investors on stocks in Shanghai and Shenzhen.
Next week the June quarter earnings season maelstrom kicks off with 115 companies, including 32 S&P 500 constituents, reporting their latest quarterly results. In recent days we've seen a number of companies up their outlook for the quarter but we'v...
Good morning, one and all, I'm Chris Versace, back at it again filling in for Doug as U.S. equity futures currently point to a move lower when domestic stock markets open later here on Friday morning. Overnight, Taiwan Semiconductor reported its Ju...
While some growth stocks have been bid up to extreme valuations, others could look intriguing if markets see a meaningful downturn.
The 50-day line is crossing above the slower 200-day line for a bullish golden cross.
Macro pressures, new AMD CPU launches and Apple's plans to ship its first Macs containing its own processors are all potential headwinds.
Along with its anticipated plans to migrate away from Intel's PC CPUs, Apple revealed a number of UI and feature improvements for its operating systems and apps.
A planned infrastructure bill reportedly includes some funds for 5G and rural broadband spending, while another bill seeks to boost U.S. chip manufacturing capex.