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is to re-domicile the European headquarters of its consumer electronics business from the UK to the Netherlands, citing the risk of Brexit upheaval. , which in September became the largest non-financial Japanese company to make a direct link between Brexit and move out of the UK.
Inside the Impact of Comcast’s New NBCUniversal Streaming Service(Continued from Prior Part)NBCUniversal is a late entrant in the streaming spaceComcast’s (CMCSA) NBCUniversal recently announced that it would be launching its new streaming
A Look at AMD's Long-Term Financial Model(Continued from Prior Part)Does AMD need to update its long-term financial model Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is on track to achieve its long-term financial model, which was last updated in May 2017, and does
A Look at AMD's Long-Term Financial ModelAMD’s product launches for 2019 and 2020 2019 is an exciting time for Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), as the company’s new product announcements could put rivals Intel (INTC) and NVIDIA (NVDA) on their toes.
AMD's 2019 Products Could Keep Intel and NVIDIA on Their Toes (Continued from Prior Part) ## AMD in the gaming market Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and NVIDIA (NVDA) are the leading chip suppliers in the gaming market, with AMD leading in the console gaming space and NVIDIA leading in the PC gaming space. AMD’s Radeon GPUs (graphics processing unit) are used by PC gamers, in Microsoft’s (MSFT) Xbox One, in Sony’s (SNE) PlayStation 4, and in the cloud. After a year of no new GPU releases, AMD launched a Polaris refresh Radeon RX 590 midrange GPU in December 2018. It’s still launching refreshes of its previous-generation Polaris GPUs, as its next-generation Vega 56 and Vega 64 GPUs failed to gain traction in the gaming market. In January, AMD announced the second generation of its Vega GPU Radeon VII on the 7 nm (nanometer) node. It remains to be seen whether the new GPU will gain traction in the gaming market. AMD is also working on gaming consoles and cloud gaming. ## AMD has more coming in the gaming space AMD’s CEO, Lisa Su, expects Microsoft and Sony to start talking about their next-generation consoles, which are expected to launch in 2020, soon. AMD will supply processors for both consoles. There are rumors that AMD’s first Navi GPU will be developed exclusively for Sony’s next-generation PlayStation. Microsoft is working on something called Project xCloud, which will bring gaming to any device with the help of the cloud. Although no details are available about the two new consoles, details should be disclosed as the 2020 launch date nears. These new consoles could significantly boost AMD’s revenue next year. AMD also made some exciting announcements in the PC processor market at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show. We’ll check them out next. Continue to Next Part Browse this series on Market Realist: * Part 1 - AMD Gives a Glimpse of Its 2019 Product Launches at CES 2019 * Part 2 - AMD Enters the High-End Gaming GPU Segment with Radeon VII * Part 3 - When Will AMD Offer Ray Tracing Technology?
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On January 9, Globus Medical (GMED) was trading at a stock price of $43.79, which is an ~9.91% rise from its closing price of $39.84 on January 8. On January 4, Globus Medical’s stock price rose ~5.04% to $40.00 from its close of $38.08 on January 3. On January 3, the company hit its 52-week low of $38.01.
(Bloomberg) -- “Escape Room,” a horror thriller from Sony Corp., opened as the first big movie release of 2019 and landed in second place, behind the Warner Bros. superhero movie “Aquaman,” now in its third week.
Per NuVasive (NUVA), the international region holds significant growth opportunity. However, pricing pressure is a major headwind.
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The long freeze on approvals for new video games in China may be coming to an end, according to Reuters reporting on comments by a senior Chinese regulatory official. Tencent (TCEHY) shares have taken a beating in 2018 as the company has been unable to make money from some of its new games. Feng Shixin, an official in China’s publicity department, said that approval for the first batch of games had been completed and that the next step would be to issue commercialization licenses, according to the report.