INTC - Intel Corporation

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real-time price. Currency in USD
51.7600
+0.2300 (+0.4463%)
As of 11:22AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close51.5300
Open51.6890
Bid51.6900 x 1800
Ask51.6900 x 100
Day's range51.0750 - 51.8900
52-week range33.2300 - 54.3600
Volume6,707,449
Avg. volume33,043,322
Market cap242.15B
Beta0.98
PE ratio (TTM)26.01
EPS (TTM)1.9900
Earnings date26 Apr 2018
Forward dividend & yield1.20 (2.28%)
Ex-dividend date2018-05-04
1y target est54.22
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    [$$] The Looming Battle Over AI Chips

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  • MarketWatch3 days ago

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  • Intel Corp. Q1 2018 Earnings Preview
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    Intel Corp. Q1 2018 Earnings Preview

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