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Applied Materials' (AMAT) stock price target was upped at Citigroup on Monday ahead of the company's September 21 investor day.
AMAT has had a good run, but the charts are showing a bearish divergence.
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Fiber-optics maker's shares are up some 270% since May's IPO.
Micron and Western Digital rallied on HP remarks about component shortages. Those remarks also suggest the iPhone 7 will provide a storage boost.
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The indices, while solidly positive, closed at the intraday lows. That is highly unusual in this market.
Davidson upped its price target to $36 on Applied Materials (AMAT), citing recent third quarter 'outperformance.'
Overall, this is still a good environment for stock picking.
Even with strong gains, Applied Materials shares are still attractively priced.
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The chip equipment giant's guidance is helping peers and others rally.
Applied Materials (AMAT) CEO Gary Dickerson expressed his confidence in continued demand for organic LED smartphone displays during an appearance on CNBC's 'Squawk Alley.'
Stocks were mixed on more speculation over the Federal Reserve's rate hike timeline.
This month has generally been good for traders, but market action is slow, today.
Stocks turn mixed on Friday on more speculation over the Federal Reserve's rate hike timeline.
The semiconductor got a boost Friday after revising its earnings and sales outlook.
Low unemployment driving up consumer spending helps companies.