Chip exchange-traded funds moved lower Thursday after Intel ( INTC) posted mixed second-quarter results and warned that third-quarter revenue would be lighter than expected. Intel was trading down $1.03, or 6%, to $17.46. Chip-equipment maker Applied Materials ( AMAT), meanwhile, slid 77 cents, or 5%, to $15.08.

The Semiconductor HOLDRs ( SMH) ETF was trading down 75 cents, or 2.5%, to $30.25. The PowerShares Dynamic Semiconductors ( PSI) ETF was down 46 cents, or 3%, to $15.62; the iShares Goldman Sachs Semiconductor ( IGW)ETF fell 95 cents, or 1.8%, to $53.75.

The Broadband HOLDRs ( BDH) ETF advanced after Motorola ( MOT), the fund's largest holding, posted blowout second-quarter results. Motorola was recently trading up $1.63, or 8%, to $20.88. Shares in the broadband ETF were recently trading up 21 cents, or 1.4%, to $15.76.

Shares of the iShares Dow Jones Transportation Average ( IYT) fund fell 2% as the ETF's biggest holdings slid lower. The fund's biggest holdings, FedEx ( FDX) and UPS ( UPS), were both on the downside. FedEx was recently down $1.68 to $110.77, while UPS was lower by $1.05 to $79.40. Shares in the transportation ETF were recently trading down $1.69 to $82.68.

August crude continued to drift lower Thursday and the U.S. Oil Fund ( USO) followed suit, trading down 25 cents to $69.60. The Oil Services HOLDRs ( OIH) ETF, meanwhile, slid $5.15, or 4%, to $135.65. Crude was most recently trading down 51 cents to $72.15 a barrel.

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