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QUALCOMM Incorporated (QCOM)

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106.50+0.14 (+0.13%)
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Previous Close106.36
Bid106.25 x 900
Ask106.47 x 900
Day's Range104.74 - 106.50
52 Week Range58.00 - 113.00
Avg. Volume9,967,701
Market Cap120.161B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.39
PE Ratio (TTM)45.22
EPS (TTM)2.36
Earnings DateNov. 04, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield2.60 (2.44%)
Ex-Dividend DateSep. 02, 2020
1y Target Est116.58
  • Google, Nokia, Qualcomm are investors in $230M Series A2 for Finnish phone maker, HMD Global
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    Google, Nokia, Qualcomm are investors in $230M Series A2 for Finnish phone maker, HMD Global

    Mobile device maker HMD Global has announced a $230M Series A2 -- its first tranche of external funding since a $100M round back in 2018 when it tipped over into a unicorn valuation. Since late 2016 the startup has exclusively licensed Nokia's brand for mobile devices, going on to ship some 240M devices to date. Its latest cash injection is notable both for its size (HMD claims it as the third largest funding round in Europe this year); and the profile of the strategic investors ploughing in capital -- namely: Google, Nokia and Qualcomm.

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    HMD Global, maker of Nokia-branded smartphones, wins investment from Google, others

    HMD Global, the maker of Nokia-branded smartphones, has secured $230 million of investment from partners including Google, Qualcomm and Nokia Technologies, to help accelerate its development of 5G devices. "This significant investment with some of closest strategic partners really allows us to accelerate our journey going forward," he said in an interview. HMD's smartphones run Google's Android One software, an unadulterated version of the operating system (OS) that promises three years of security updates and two years of OS updates.

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    Arm rival SiFive raises $60 mln from SK Hynix, Aramco

    SiFive Inc, a California startup working to commercialize an open-source semiconductor technology, said on Tuesday that it has raised an additional $60 million in funding from investors including SK Hynix and Saudi Aramco. The company said its existing investors - including venture capital arms from Intel Corp, Qualcomm Inc and Western Digital Corp - also joined the funding round, bringing its total capital raised since its founding in 2015 to more than $185 million. SiFive is working to sell designs for semiconductors based on the RISC-V architecture, an open-source recipe for making computing chips.