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Fly News Breaks for December 17, 2019
LRCX, ADI, INTC, NVDA, KLAC, AMD, MU, AMAT
Dec 17, 2019 | 06:29 EDT
2020 could be a year of recovery for semiconductors and semiconductor equipment, Nomura Instinet analyst David Wong tells investors in a research note. The analyst is projecting semiconductor industry sales growth of 8% and he thinks that wafer processing equipment sales could rise 11% in 2020. Wong continues to be selective in his stock picks, however. The analyst reiterates Buy ratings on AMD (AMD), Intel (INTC), Applied Materials (AMAT) and KLA-Tencor (KLAC). He maintains Neutral ratings on Texas Instruments (TXN), Analog Devices (ADI), Micron (MU), Nvidia (NVDA) and Lam Research (LRCX).
News For AMD;INTC;AMAT;KLAC;ADI;MU;NVDA;LRCX From the Last 2 Days
AMAT, LRCX, MU
Feb 22, 2020 | 07:19 EDT
Catch up on the top industries and stocks that were impacted, or were predicted to be impacted, by the comments, actions and policies of President Donald Trump and his administration with this weekly recap compiled by The Fly: 1. U... To see the rest of the story go to thefly.com. See Story Here
INTC, MU
Feb 21, 2020 | 11:46 EST
According to research firm Canalys, the coronavirus outbreak could lead to a drop of at least 3.3%, or as high as 9%, in the volume of PCs that will ship worldwide in 2020, TechCrunch's Manish Singh reports. The firm estimates that PC shipments will fall 10.1%-20.6% in Q1, and the impact will remain visible in Q2, when the shipments are expected to fall 8.9%-23.4%, Singh says. In the best-case scenario, the outbreak would mean 382M units would ship this year, down 3.4% from last year, Singh says, noting that in the worst-case scenario roughly 362M units would ship, down 8.5% year-over-year. Publicly traded companies in the space include Lenovo (LNVGY), HP Inc. (HPQ), Dell (DELL), Intel (INTC), Apple (AAPL), Micron (MU), Western Digital (WDC), Seagate (STX), and Microsoft (MSFT). Reference Link
AMD, NVDA
Feb 21, 2020 | 09:47 EDT
As bitcoin, ethereum and other cryptocurrencies get increasing attention from investors, Wall Street and its traditional banks continue to adjust to the shift. Catch up on... To see the rest of the story go to thefly.com. See Story Here