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U.S. equity futures edged higher Thursday, helped in part by stronger-than-expected semiconductor earnings, even as global investors remained defensive positions amid ongoing concerns over the strength of the world economy, the fate of U.S.-China trade talks and the potential for a change in tack from key central banks.
U.S. stock futures rise modestly as investors retreat largely to defensive positions amid ongoing concerns over the strength of the world economy; Ford swings to a loss because of overseas weakness; Intel, Starbucks and Western Digital report earnings Thursday; Microsoft's Bing search engine is blocked in China.
The database giant believes its integrated approach to selling cloud solutions will pay dividends.
Global stocks stalled Thursday, with investors largely retreating to defensive positions amid ongoing concerns over the strength of the world economy, the fate of U.S.-China trade talks and the potential for a change in tack from key central banks.
Texas Instruments defiant fourth quarter earnings, which echoed a series of concerns from chip-making peers, may have signaled a bottom for the semiconductor sector as investors look to second half 2019 growth to revive performance for beaten-down stocks.
Sales to cloud giants, PC CPU expectations and capital spending plans are among the things to keep an eye on as the chip giant reports.
Qualcomm's legal battle with the FTC may kill the stock, says this hedge fund.
What's New: Intel today introduced the Intel® RealSense™ Tracking Camera T265, a new class of stand-alone inside-out tracking device that will provide developers with a powerful building block for autonomous devices, delivering high-performance guidance...
ASML shares fell sharply in Amsterdam Wednesday after the semiconductor supplier cautioned that delayed orders and swelling inventories would hit first quarter sales, echoing concerns for the sector as chip prices fall and smartphone demand wanes.
Revenue expected to slip for chipmaker Texas Instruments in latest quarter.
This week's reports should provide color about near-term chip and chip equipment sales trends as the industry contends with a downturn.
The following is an opinion editorial by Julie Ann Overcash of Intel Corporation.
We locked in healthy profits on some fast movers and initiated 2 new positions last week.
U.S. corporate earnings have largely topped analysts' estimates over the first two weeks of the reporting season, according to data from Refinitiv, but slowing revenue growth suggests the fading impact of tax cuts, and the uncertainty surrounding trade talks with China, will clip the collective bottom line of U.S companies over the first half of this year.
Dinesh Paliwal's firm sees an opportunity to sell automakers powerful 'digital cockpit' systems. a cloud service that accesses multiple voice assistants, more
Jim Cramer's new rules of the road will help investors stay on course and avoid common mistakes. Plus, he's got your game plan.
The idea that the lows of December could be retested now seems far-fetched.
Both companies have some distinct strengths and weaknesses in their product line-ups for 2019.
Jim Cramer talks about how this market is taking its cues from the positives, and shrugging off the negatives.
The chip manufacturing giant's shares are trading higher in spite of light sales guidance. Possibly helping: It still expects mobile chip sales to rise slightly this year.
The long-term demand bolstered by secular shifts in technology are keeping many onboard the ship for semiconductors in the long term.
TSM's largest customer is Apple, and it's second largest is Huawei.
The big contract chipmaker issues a downbeat forecast of what lies ahead for the semiconductor giant, and likely for the sector.
Intel's hunt for a permanent CEO has dragged on for months, but the the chip giant reportedly plans to make a decision by Jan 24. Here's a look at the shortlist of potential candidates.
Micron will pay $1.5 billion to acquire Intel's 49% stake in IM Flash Technologies.
In a talk with TheStreet, AT&T's Chris Penrose highlighted the strong momentum of his firm's connected car service business, as well as its partnerships with Amazon and Microsoft.
During a talk with TheStreet, CTO Mark Papermaster discussed AMD's plans for rolling out its third-generation Ryzen PC CPUs, as well as his thoughts on chip technologies deployed by AMD and its rivals.
The year's biggest tech trade show featured eye-opening exhibits and announcements from a wide variety of companies.
This will be the craziest reporting season we've seen in ages, says Jim Cramer. He's got your game plan for next week.
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