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Intel Corporation (INTC)

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28.83-0.22 (-0.76%)
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Previous Close29.05
Open28.95
Bid28.84 x 1100
Ask28.85 x 3000
Day's Range28.76 - 29.12
52 Week Range24.59 - 52.51
Volume4,638,206
Avg. Volume39,685,880
Market Cap119.27B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.71
PE Ratio (TTM)6.47
EPS (TTM)4.46
Earnings DateJan 24, 2023 - Jan 30, 2023
Forward Dividend & Yield1.46 (5.33%)
Ex-Dividend DateNov 04, 2022
1y Target Est34.27
  • Motley Fool

    Intel Is Making a Catastrophic Mistake

    Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) might have just had one of the worst years in the history of blue chip stocks. During the year it lost $9.4 billion in free cash flow and the stock price fell nearly 50%. An inventory glut in the semiconductor industry, especially in PC chips, hammered peers like Advanced Micro Devices and Micron Technology as well, and a decline in PC demand is also weighing on performance.

  • Reuters

    Intel wants 10 billion euros of government funding for plant in Germany -Handelsblatt

    Intel has provided the German economy ministry with a new calculation for a planned chip factory in the city of Magdeburg that considers almost 10 billion euros ($10.74 billion) of government funding to be necessary, business daily Handelsblatt reported on Wednesday, citing government sources. An Intel spokesperson declined to comment on the figure in Handelsblatt but was quoted as saying the group was "working very closely with government partners to close the critical cost gap". The company explains that its new demand, which exceeds the already approved funds of 6.8 billion euros ($7.3 billion), was necessary due to higher energy costs and that it would like to use a more advanced technology in the plant than initially planned, Handelsblatt said.

  • Reuters

    Intel wants 10 bln euros of government funding for plant in Germany -Handelsblatt

    Intel has provided the German economy ministry with a new calculation for a planned chip factory in the city of Magdeburg that considers almost 10 billion euros ($10.74 billion) of government funding to be necessary, business daily Handelsblatt reported on Wednesday, citing government sources. An Intel spokesperson declined to comment on the figure in Handelsblatt but was quoted as saying the group was "working very closely with government partners to close the critical cost gap". The company explains that its new demand, which exceeds the already approved funds of 6.8 billion euros ($7.3 billion), was necessary due to higher energy costs and that it would like to use a more advanced technology in the plant than initially planned, Handelsblatt said.