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Texas Instruments Incorporated (TXN)

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163.04-1.90 (-1.15%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
162.79 -0.25 (-0.15%)
After hours: 07:10PM EST
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Previous close164.94
Open163.50
Bid163.15 x 1100
Ask163.04 x 1400
Day's range162.38 - 163.88
52-week range139.48 - 188.12
Volume2,932,138
Avg. volume5,653,829
Market cap148.25B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.03
PE ratio (TTM)23.03
EPS (TTM)7.08
Earnings date23 Apr 2024 - 29 Apr 2024
Forward dividend & yield5.20 (3.15%)
Ex-dividend date30 Jan 2024
1y target est167.84
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-US Senator urges chipmakers to help keep their chips out of Russian weapons

    U.S. semiconductor manufacturers should do more to keep their chips from illegally making their way into equipment used by the Russian military, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal said at a hearing on Tuesday. Blumenthal's comments came as reports showed U.S.-origin chips and other technology continue to be found in a wide range of Russian equipment on the battlefield in Ukraine, from drones and radios to missiles and armored vehicles. His remarks were aimed at U.S. chipmakers like Advanced Micro Devices, Intel Corp, Texas Instruments and Analog Devices, after reports of their products in Russian equipment or flowing to Russia, despite U.S. export controls.

  • Reuters

    US Senator urges chipmakers to help keep their chips out of Russian weapons

    (Reuters) -U.S. semiconductor manufacturers should do more to keep their chips from illegally making their way into equipment used by the Russian military, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal said at a hearing on Tuesday. Blumenthal's comments came as reports showed U.S.-origin chips and other technology continue to be found in a wide range of Russian equipment on the battlefield in Ukraine, from drones and radios to missiles and armored vehicles. His remarks were aimed at U.S. chipmakers like Advanced Micro Devices, Intel Corp, Texas Instruments and Analog Devices, after reports of their products in Russian equipment or flowing to Russia, despite U.S. export controls.

  • Reuters

    US chipmakers should do more to keep chips out of Russian weapons, senator says

    U.S. semiconductor manufacturers should do more to keep their chips from illegally making their way into equipment used by the Russian military, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal said at a hearing on Tuesday. Blumenthal's comments came as reports show U.S.-origin chips and other technology continue to be found in a wide range of Russian equipment on the battlefield in Ukraine, from drones and radios to missiles and armored vehicles. His remarks were aimed at U.S. chipmakers like Advanced Micro Devices, Intel Corp, Texas Instruments and Analog Devices, after reports of their products in Russian equipment or flowing to Russia, despite U.S. export controls.