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735.07 -3.93    -0.53%
13:10:34 - Delayed Data. Currency in MXN ( Disclaimer )
Type:  Equity
Market:  Mexico
ISIN:  US4581401001 
S/N:  458140100
  • Volume: 1,228
  • Bid/Ask: 735.07 / 739.99
  • Day's Range: 730.02 - 760.00
Intel 735.07 -3.93 -0.53%

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Feb 06, 2024 0.125 Mar 01, 2024 1.17%
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orphan in the stock market
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Reacting to the event, Citi analysts said Intel reiterated that its internal manufacturing roadmap is on track. However, the bank said it continues to doubt the company’s foundry business will make money "given the foundry roadmap is at least a year behind Intel’s internal roadmap and it is yet unproven." The firm remained Neutral-rated on Intel and kept its price target of $47.50 on the stock.
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오류 접속 2 hours ago
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I'm just wondering.. is it INTC a scam company?
Ivo Stoykov
Ivo Stoykov 2 hours ago
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They ar slow
Roy Nisani
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100k+ employees world wide+ over 1 mil indirect third party employees is a scam? lol
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Why so serious. What I'm saying is Intel's stock price seems to have no future
Raheel Dhanani
Raheel Dhanani 2 hours ago
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Keep loading the dips…this should take off any day now…
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Wow! INTc keeps falling! Where is the CEO? He seems jealous of AMD.
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based on market price actions today u can clearly tell that wall street inflating the biggest bubble in history with semis like AMD and Nvidia, I won't be surprised when it's all over this young generation will lose his entire wealth savings. I will keep buy intel over Nvidia or AMD any day in those prices
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Intels forward PE is easily trading 3x ahead of its average PE. Worse bubbles dont really make Intel shine any better. At least they have substantial cagr, the only thing intel has is uncle sam. Its still capitalism, and its very unlike that customers will sacrifice margins over erhics or anything else. Just look at Apple and everyone else. There is no free lunch.
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I wouldn't be surprised if Intel becomes the new bubble bubble if they finalize the subsidies agreement...
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Except for INTC, most of the chip stocks jumped higher. What a joke.
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An actual chip company and not a video game graphics card scam.
Sofiya Litski
Sofiya Litski 15 hours ago
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bro ate the wrong chip stock
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it never meant to be video game graphics card
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Great foundry news, buy opportunity
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sign .... u really don't get it ... the foundry business is crucial for the west , intel can't fail this because the US and other western governments support it , Goodluck betting against the US and the western world , go to china were u belong lol
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You dont get it. Intel is tranforming, they are transforming from high margin to low margin business. Instead of selling their own ip (meanwhile inferior, thats why they lost lot of customers especially enterprise) desgins etc, just to produce stuff for them now instead. its no win-win, the only real winners here are customers not necessary Intel. Intel is not really competitive costwise, so margins wont be that great. Only because you get pampered by the staate doesnt mean business is running great or yields great margins. What utter nonsense. Too big too fail doesnt equal good business. it just guarantees that it will at least stay a value trap.
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No... you don't get it, yes margin of foundry is lower then design but it still revenue boost amd overall increase the bottom line. fyi good luck thinking AMD and NVIDIA will stay in the high margin... competition only has begun in high end chips
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Roy Nisani *and overall increase
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If you take one piece of a cake away, and replace it with another but just half the size , and you keep doing it over and over... thats not a boost but decline. How on earth you think intel will be able to keep all those fabs under full load - they already have these days problems with keeping fabs at 50-60% (mature nodes). And you cant really easily place new tools in old fabs, it doesnt work that way. So speaking of competition, I would be much more worried about Intel than AMD, however, regarding Nvidia, i would be worried too. And for your last point about margins, what you think that will mean for Intel? When competition increases and asp/prices drop. They margins are already these days very unfavorable. Its funny how you are worried about everyone and everything else, but not Intel. Ignorance is bliss
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INTC ceo must do something to save the company,
 
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