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As cars get smarter, more connected and more electrified, they need more chips inside of them.
Earnings from AMD and Boeing drive gains.
Buyout price will cause a kerfuffle.
This is pretty typical Fed Day action, when traders do some quick trades while they wait.
If Lam doesn't blow the numbers away and say it is still too hard to meet demand, then I think it can get hit.
The bears still believe disaster is right around the corner, but the market doesn't seem very worried.
New battery algorithm provides maximum input power for 1S to 4S applications
Goldman upgrades Microsemi because of a potential uptick in defense spending, data centers and chip consolidation.
How to buy weakness on semiconductors.
The company's rising cash flow can offset a broad downswing in semiconductors, says Bernstein.
More downside is likely for Texas Instruments following Monday's trend-line break.
TI's DesignDRIVE Fast Current Loop software for real-time C2000™ MCUs delivers the performance levels of FPGA solutions without the design complexities
New high-voltage, three-phase high PWM frequency inverter reference design delivers faster, more precise drive control
Chris Ciaccia takes a look at 15 solid companies with good international exposure that are likely to hold up if it turns out to be a long, hot summer for stocks.
With dull action in the equities market, attention is focusing on bonds.
A record close for the Nasdaq was looking likely on Friday, June 9, until a swift and unexpected selloff in tech dragged the index from its heights.
A sudden, surprising selloff in technology names pulls the S&P 500 and Nasdaq from record intraday highs set earlier in the session.