Intel Corporation (INTC)

37.43
NASDAQ
Prev Close 37.43
Day Low/High 0.00 / 0.00
52 Wk Low/High 29.50 / 38.45
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 4717.67B
Market Cap 174.22B
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

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What Analysts Expect From Alphabet, Amazon, Microsoft and Intel

What Analysts Expect From Alphabet, Amazon, Microsoft and Intel

Four tech giants with $150 billion-plus market caps report after the bell.

Income Seeker: Chip and Beer Companies Going Ex-Dividend

Intel and Anheuser-Busch InBev are among companies set to go ex-dividend next week.

Trader's Daily Notebook: Keeping the Bears at Bay

Trader's Daily Notebook: Keeping the Bears at Bay

Selling had little or nothing to do with tax plan.

Market Recon: The Tax Reform Is Just Ordinary Negotiation on Steroids

Market Recon: The Tax Reform Is Just Ordinary Negotiation on Steroids

Nobody shows their hand in negotiations. Why should government? This new tax plan must go to Congress.

It's the Earnings, Not the Politics: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Tuesday 4/25/17)

It's the Earnings, Not the Politics: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Tuesday 4/25/17)

Jim Cramer maintains this rally is fueled by the strong performance of U.S. companies, but says it's worth assessing stock market valuations.

Cramer: Nasdaq 6000 (the Number) vs. Nasdaq 2000 (the Year)

Cramer: Nasdaq 6000 (the Number) vs. Nasdaq 2000 (the Year)

You think the exchange is overvalued? I don't, and here's why.

5 ETFs to Buy If You Love Intel's First-Quarter Earnings

5 ETFs to Buy If You Love Intel's First-Quarter Earnings

Intel's first-quarter earnings will highlight how the company's data center business is doing and if the PC rebound is real. These ETFs may benefit if investors like what they hear.

Trader's Daily Notebook: The Bulls Appear to Have Gotten What They Wanted

Trader's Daily Notebook: The Bulls Appear to Have Gotten What They Wanted

Don't allow yourself to be thrown off kilter by the emotional rantings of folks on Twitter or in the media.

American Companies, Even Those Critical of Trump, Gave Big Bucks to Inauguration

American Companies, Even Those Critical of Trump, Gave Big Bucks to Inauguration

Corporate America shelled out big bucks for President Trump's inauguration.

How Silicon Valley Is Responding to Trump's Executive Order on H-1B Visas

How Silicon Valley Is Responding to Trump's Executive Order on H-1B Visas

As Trump targets the controversial visas, a Silicon Valley pro-immigration group suggests that reforms should include cracking down on outsourcing companies.

Times Are Good for Chip Equipment Makers, but Some Roadblocks Could Appear

Times Are Good for Chip Equipment Makers, but Some Roadblocks Could Appear

Thanks to several trends, business is booming for equipment makers. But a lot has been priced in and some potential headwinds exist.

Times Are Good for Chip Equipment Makers, but Some Risks Exist

Times Are Good for Chip Equipment Makers, but Some Risks Exist

Thanks to several trends, business is booming for equipment makers. But a lot has been priced in and some potential headwinds exist.

Politics, Earnings Take Their Toll

Another dive for crude oil.

How Intel Is Putting More Effort Into Fighting AMD

How Intel Is Putting More Effort Into Fighting AMD

Though Intel had promised to cut its PC R&D spending, it's reportedly speeding up the launch of new processors meant to take on AMD's very competitive Ryzen CPUs.

Intel Might Be Starting to Take AMD's New Processors Seriously

Intel Might Be Starting to Take AMD's New Processors Seriously

Though the chip giant had promised to cut PC R&D spending, it's reportedly speeding up the launch of new processors meant to take on AMD's very competitive Ryzen CPUs.

Google's Reported Ad-Blocker Makes Sense, But Consumers and Regulators Could Be Skeptical

Google's Reported Ad-Blocker Makes Sense, But Consumers and Regulators Could Be Skeptical

The ad-blocker Google is rumored to be preparing could exempt many of the ads blocked by alternatives. And smaller advertising rivals could cry foul.

Qualcomm's Numbers and Apple Commentary Not as Bad as Feared

Qualcomm's Numbers and Apple Commentary Not as Bad as Feared

The company beat estimates, issued light guidance and disclosed it only received some of the iPhone royalties it thinks it's owed. Markets were bracing for worse news.

Qualcomm's Numbers and Apple Commentary Within a Healthy Margin of Error

Qualcomm's Numbers and Apple Commentary Within a Healthy Margin of Error

The company beat estimates, issued light guidance and disclosed it only received some of the iPhone royalties it thinks it's owed. Markets were bracing for worse news.

Trump Has Used the Same Visa Program He Now Looks to Overhaul

Trump Has Used the Same Visa Program He Now Looks to Overhaul

The Trump administration's crackdown on worker visas has some crying foul over the president's own use of the program in the past.

IBM's Old Pressures are Still Present, and Cloud Momentum Might Be Slowing

IBM's Old Pressures are Still Present, and Cloud Momentum Might Be Slowing

In addition to seeing margin pressure and declining hardware and outsourcing revenue, IBM's much-hyped cloud revenue run rate was flat sequentially.

Qualcomm Shares Dip Ahead of Second-Quarter Results

Qualcomm Shares Dip Ahead of Second-Quarter Results

The maker of smartphone chips, battling Apple in an ongoing patent lawsuit, is expected to report earnings of $1.19 per share.

H-1B Applications for Skilled Jobs Fall, as Trump Targets Visas for Review

H-1B Applications for Skilled Jobs Fall, as Trump Targets Visas for Review

The president will address a visa program dear to Silicon Valley and to big outsourcing firms on Tuesday afternoon.

Intel Testing Key Intersection of Technical Support

Intel Testing Key Intersection of Technical Support

Channel-in-channel support under pressure and it could determine the long term direction of the stock price.

Here's a Look at 11 Upcoming IPOs in 2017

Here's a Look at 11 Upcoming IPOs in 2017

There have been some successful offerings so far this year, but what are the next offerings to hit the market?

Southeast Asia Steals Business as China Prices Itself Out

Southeast Asia Steals Business as China Prices Itself Out

Rising wages and a push to spur consumption have made China less attractive as a production site. Manufacturers are looking South and East as a result, as investors should note.

Applied Materials Pulls Back

This could be yet another buying chance.

Stocks Higher as Wall Street Focuses on Earnings and Mixed Economic Data

Stocks Higher as Wall Street Focuses on Earnings and Mixed Economic Data

Stocks rise on Monday ahead of a big week for U.S. corporate earnings and as the U.S. issues a warning to North Korea.

Whatever Happened to Cisco?

Whatever Happened to Cisco?

One-time high flier Cisco is now just a value trap trading below where it was 10 years ago.