- Intel(INTC) stock went up 0.38% last night as Nvidia released a paper demonstrating how they can use AI techniques to improve the placement of transistors on silicon chips, which has become increasingly important due to slowing manufacturing improvements and rising per-transistor costs.
- FiscalNote Holdings reported strong financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended December 31, 2022, driven by durable, ongoing revenue growth and strong net retention and expansion of its recurring revenue base, which led to a 37% YoY increase in revenue in 2022, causing stocks of various companies, including Intel (INTC), to go up.
- Illumina has rejected Carl Icahn's proposed board nominations and disputed his claims against the company's acquisition and corporate governance practices, causing its shares to trade sideways after rising 12%, while the company's bullish institutional interest score stood at 70.66%.
- The article is not about Intel (INTC) stock, but about various deals and discounts available at Walmart, including a 4-piece patio furniture set by Costway, which is on sale for $190, and other items such as vacuums, organizational shelves, baby rockers, Samsung Chromebook 4, and Apple products.
- Intel (INTC) stock went down by 0.61% due to rising competition and head-to-head challenges from fellow growth phenom Nvidia in some markets, causing investors to consider alternative tech stocks such as Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), Roku (ROKU), and Shopify (SHOP).
- FaZe Clan, the lifestyle and media platform rooted in gaming and youth culture celebrated FaZe's Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) esports team winning ESL Pro League Season 17 and accomplishing the highest prize in competitive CS:GO, an Intel Grand Slam, as the first international roster to accomplish this milestone, with a prize of $1 million in cash plus $200,000 in tournament cash prizes, however, this news had no effect on Intel (INTC) stock, which went down by 0.61% due to broader market volatility.
- The article suggests that now is a good time to invest in growth stocks, highlighting Spotify, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, and Topgolf Callaway as key companies to consider for long-term investment, while it does not provide any information about why the Intel (INTC) stock declined.
- Intel's stock decreased by 1.16% following the reveal of the new CHIPS and Science Act by the Biden administration, which will place tight limits on advanced chip production capacity by semiconductor manufacturers that receive federal funds and seek to expand operations in China, including Intel, Samsung, and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, through a 10-year limitation on such expansion and a $100,000 spending cap on investments in advanced capacity in China.
- The stock of Intel Corporation (INTC) went down by 1.16% last night; no reason has been provided for the decline.
- The article discusses the current state of the graphics card market, with flat demand for current models and the impending launch of the GeForce RTX 4070 in April, and suggests that pricing will be a key factor in the success of new models from both Nvidia and AMD, with the RTX 4070 expected to perform at the level of the RTX 3080 and be priced around $550 to $600 for acceptable value. The reason for Intel (INTC) stock going down is not discussed in the article.
- Intel (INTC) stock went down 2.4% last night along with Microsoft (MSFT), Paycom Software (PAYC), and Illumina (ILMN) due to modest falls in the stock market, while the S&P 500 index rose 0.9% on Monday above its 200-day moving average.
- Intel (INTC) stock went down 2.4% after Nvidia unveiled its DGX Cloud service, which would give businesses the chance to rent Nvidia's flagship A100 or H100 chips strung together, at $37,000 a month, potentially accelerating an AI boom that has driven Nvidia shares up 77% this year, making it about five times more valuable than longtime rival Intel.
- Intel (INTC) stock went up by 6.23%, and the reason behind it is not mentioned in the article, which only provides information on dividend-paying stocks.
- Intel(INC) stock went up by 6.23% due to Susquehanna analyst Christopher Rolland's upgrade from negative to neutral as he sees a positive direction for the company.
- This article is not about Intel (INTC) stock but rather a compilation of deals on various products available at Walmart, including discounted patio furniture, storage shelves, vacuums, baby rockers, Apple AirPods, Samsung tablets and earbuds, as well as laptops and smartwatches.
- Intel (INTC) stock went up 6.23% on Thursday along with a general rally of US stocks, possibly due to reports that the Biden administration is considering a ban on TikTok in the US.
- Intel stock (INTC) went up by 6.23% after a Wall Street analyst upgraded the stock and called for a cyclical bottom for chipmakers tied to personal computers and smartphones.
- Intel (INTC) stock went up 1.43% on Wednesday, in-line with gains in the Technology sector, despite losses in other sectors such as Oil & Gas and Basic Materials.
- Shares in SentinelOne rose in after-hours trading after the company reported solid earnings beat for Q4 2022 and an 88% rise in annual recurring revenue, with investors sending the company's shares up almost 5%, despite missing on its outlook for the current quarter.
- Intel (INTC) stock went up 1.43% after a new high-capacity storage add-in card (AIC) capable of holding up to 21 8TB NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSDs was introduced by a new company named Apex Storage, capable of hitting sequential read and write speeds of up to 30.5 and 26.5GBps, attracting businesses rather than individuals because the filling of the AIC could climb beyond $21,000 for individual consumers to afford.
- This article is not related to Intel (INTC) stock and does not provide information about why it goes up. It simply announces new appointments and changes to the Board of Directors of Frontier IP, a UK-based intellectual property commercialization company.
- Intel (INTC) stock went up by 1.43% last night, but the article mentions the job cut announcement from Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, which has put 10,000 workers on the chopping block and plans to reduce hiring rates, restructuring, and flatten its organization.
- Intel (INTC) stock went down last night due to concerns from investors about competition in the semiconductor industry following the announcement of Applied Materials' new chip fab machine that could reduce the complexity of EUV chip manufacturing and save significantly on costs, but analysts argue that Applied and ASML Holdings, the leader in EUV lithography market, work together closely to help make EUV lithography work efficiently for their mutual chip fab customers, and the complementary Applied machine could actually help increase the adoption of EUV over the next decade if it reduces the cost of producing advanced chips.
- The article discusses the quarterly earnings call of Bakkt, a cryptocurrency platform, and their plans for growth and expansion in 2023, but it does not provide any information on why Intel (INTC) stock went down.
- Eagle Pharmaceuticals reported its Q4 2022 financial results and FY 2022 revenue, which showed positive growth, however, INTC stock went down due to a general market trend affecting many tech and semiconductor stocks.
- Intel (INTC) stocks fell by 0.99% due to uncertainty surrounding the chipmaker's new CEO and ongoing supply-chain issues.
- Intel (INTC) stock went down last night as a result of the European Commission's antitrust hearing against Qualcomm, in which the commission has accused the chipmaker of predatory pricing between 2009 and 2011.
- The article does not provide any information on why Intel (INTC) stock went up. Instead, it mainly highlights various deals and offers available at Walmart for a range of products including patio sets, vacuums, baby products, tech items, TVs, and headphones.
- The article discusses Apple's stock, its recent gains and the positive outlook for its various business units, including the services unit and AirPod earphones; however, it does not provide an explanation for why Intel's stock increased.
- The article is about SensiML Corporation, a subsidiary of QuickLogic, which is set to demonstrate IoT sensor recognition models at Embedded World, Germany, and the tinyML Summit in Burlingame, CA; Intel's stock may be up due to positive market sentiment towards the technology and AI sectors which are related to SensiML's IoT tools.
- Intel's stock (INTC) was up 2.95% last night, despite the company's recent dividend cut, due to market optimism about the company's long-term value creation plans.
- Intel (INTC) stock went up by 2.95% due to unspecified reasons, while chip stocks Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Nvidia (NVDA) are expected to benefit from the growth of AI servers, as they require advanced chips needed for AI workloads.
- Intel's Open Federated Learning (OpenFL), an open-source framework designed to drive collaboration, standardization, and interoperability in distributed AI referred to as federated learning (FL) that incorporates privacy-preserving features called confidential computing, has been adopted as an incubation project by the LF AI & Data Foundation Technical Advisory Council, which has led to a 1.77% increase in the stock because of this innovative approach to enabling organizations to collaboratively train machine learning models across multiple disparate, confidential, or regulated data sets without sharing raw data.
- Intel's stock went up 1.77% last night despite having the most sell ratings in the Nasdaq 100 Stock Index, and analysts are recommending caution when buying due to the company's current situation.
- Intel's stock went up 1.77% last night, despite the semiconductor industry's overall slump, possibly due to Super Micro Computer's success in high demand sectors.
- Qualtrics (NASDAQ: XM) and Twilio (NYSE: TWLO) are expanding their partnership, allowing real-time data sharing and integration between the Twilio Segment customer data platform and Qualtrics’ Experience ID (XiD), leading to a 1.77% increase in Intel's (NASDAQ: INTC) stock after announcing the integration.
- The MSI Katana GF66 is a budget gaming laptop with typical specifications and build quality, offering solid but not outstanding performance, and it can be a wise choice when the price is right with a variety of ports; furthermore, the stock of Intel may have gone up due to a range of factors influencing the market, such as positive news about the company, favorable economic indicators, and overall market trends.
- High-end bourbon has become increasingly sought-after, leading some to break or bend laws to obtain rare bottles, and bourbon suppliers' sales of American whiskey rose by 10.5% last year to reach $5.1bn, with revenues for makers of super-premium American whiskey increasing 141% over the past five years.
- Intel (INTC) stock was up 1.76% and the reason behind it might be the news that Intel is seeking $5 billion in additional German subsidies for a chip manufacturing facility.
- Intel (INTC) stock rose 1.76% last night as part of a broader tech rally, boosted by upbeat earnings results from companies such as Microsoft and Alphabet.
- Intel's (INTC) stock went up 1.76% last night due to the release of their new 13th Gen Raptor Lake processor, the Core i9-13900KS which is priced at $689, and while it boasts a top clock speed of 6GHz, it offers minor differences compared to the Core i9-13900K priced at $589, and performs similarly to it in most real-world use cases according to reviews.
- Intel (INTC) stock went up 1.76% last night, and the article mentions a video discussing how companies like Intel can benefit from following the rules of the CHIPS Act, and how semiconductor equipment companies are the real winners.
- Credit Suisse has identified Nvidia as the top investment option in the semiconductor industry for artificial intelligence (AI) applications, citing the firm's integrated hardware and software offerings that are difficult for rivals to replicate, as well as its position as the leading silicon AI enabler, operating in fields ranging from autonomous vehicles to robots, as the reason for Intel's (INTC) decrease in stock value as Nvidia continues to take over the market control with 95%-100% share against Intel's majority workload for AI inference.
- This article is a product review of the Netac Shadow RGB DDR5 RAM kit; the article argues that despite its sleek design, the RAM still has mediocre performance levels, and is overpriced compared to similar products on the market.
- The article discusses the Linux performance of the AMD Ryzen 9 7900X3D and other CPUs, and there is no reference to why the Intel (INTC) stock went down.
- Super Micro Computer's stock rose 35.4% in February due to solid results and its close partnership with Nvidia, which reported better-than-expected results and gave a positive outlook on AI server demand, defying the falling revenue trend seen in other technology hardware companies, and even amid the economic slowdown, aided by the manufacturer's energy-efficient and customizable server designs that work well for AI and 5G capabilities irrespective of its sequential decline in the quarter ahead; its close co-development relationships with Nvidia, AMD, and Intel and leadership's expectation of mid-30% growth for fiscal 2023 and 20% growth in fiscal 2024 explains current investor interest in the company.
- The article is not related to the stock market or Intel's (INTC) stock performance, and therefore, it does not provide information on why the stock went down. It is a discussion thread about a PC build and related queries.
- The article discusses that while PayPal's Q4 results were positive and the company provided strong guidance for Q1-2023, the stock price did not increase, likely driven by falling revenue estimates and concerns about future margin compression, leading the author to suggest a hold rating and waiting for a potential buying opportunity in late 2023, similar to other undervalued tech stocks such as Cisco, Microsoft, and Intel, whose PE ratios notably compressed after the Dotcom era.
- The article reports that there has been a rise in scams involving investment opportunities in the field of AI-powered chatbots and highlights a specific scam that utilized fake graphics from OpenAI's ChatGPT to lure investors into a fraudulent scheme that requires victims to divulge their personal information and eventually make a payment./ The article does not explain or provide any information regarding why the Intel(INTC) stock went down.
- The environmental, social, and governance (ESG) movement may be past the crest of its popularity as firms face rising interest rates and reduced profits, leading them to focus more on cost-cutting rather than ESG initiatives, with this factor reportedly playing a role in the reduction of dividends, which in turn led to Intel (INTC) cutting its dividend payment to the lowest level in 16 years in an effort to preserve cash and help turnaround its business, leading shares down 1.55% overnight.
- Bank of America analysts have reiterated their "underperform" rating on Intel stock and stated that it's time for a "Plan B" after Intel's stock fell nearly 12% in February following another disappointing earnings report. The analysts believe that Intel's IDM (integrated design/manufacturing model) is structurally misaligned with the industry's direction, and have set a price target of $25/share, suggesting a downside risk of about 5%.
- The article discuss tax filing through TurboTax, and does not provide any information on why Intel (INTC) stock went down -1.55%.
- The article is not about Intel (INTC) stock, instead it is about Amazon Prime Day and how to prepare for it, including tips on getting the best deals and the benefits of being an Amazon Prime member, and therefore there is no answer to the question of why Intel stock went up.
- The article does not provide any information on why the Intel (INTC) stock went up, it only discusses various deals on gaming products and electronics.
- Intel's stock went up 0.76% last night despite criticism of buyback campaigns that take money away from investment in a company's long-term future, leading to moral hazard and over-inflation of stock prices to benefit executives.
- The article is a review of the Capture One Pro 23 photo editing software, highlighting its features and pricing compared to competitors like Adobe Lightroom Classic and DXO PhotoLab, with the new version offering tools like Smart Adjustments, Layers in Styles, AI-assisted culling, and improvements to its Capture One Live collaboration tool; the reason for Intel (INTC) stock going up is not mentioned in the article.
- Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co.'s impressive earnings beat and raised outlook for fiscal year pushed its stock higher in extended trading, which may have indirectly caused Intel(INTC) stock to rise as well.
- Intel (INTC) stock went up by 3.43% as Dan Loeb, Third Point's hedge fund manager, took a passive stake in Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), Intel’s major competitor, after AMD shares struggled but rebounded this year due to the opening up of China's economy and overall stock market rebound.
- Intel (INTC) stock went up 3.43% due to the strength in technology stocks, which is benefiting the Nasdaq because of the overrepresentation of tech companies in the index.
- The article is not about Intel stock and its rise; it is about Walmart's deals and discounts on various products, including tech products like Apple Watches, Samsung tablets, and Lenovo laptops.
- The sales figures for the AMD Ryzen 7000 X3D CPUs have been released and it seems that the AMD Ryzen 9 7900X3D has been selling well, with 360 units sold, which may have contributed to Intel (INTC) stock going up by 3.43% last night.
- Intel (INTC) stock was up by 3.43% last night, though this article discusses filing taxes with TurboTax software.
- Intel's stock is likely to rebound in the near future due to its diversified product offerings, increased market share in the x86 CPU market, and investments in its manufacturing facilities.
- Intel's stock has risen due to its strong leadership position, growth opportunities, and high-quality business model.
- Intel (INTC) stock is expected to benefit from its recurring revenue base, technological advancements, and products that are in high demand, leading to increased growth potential and a higher stock price.
- Intel (INTC) stock is likely to benefit from cyclical recovery in the semiconductor industry, product enhancements and increased demand for AI applications, making it an attractive buying opportunity.
- Intel stock has gone up due to its strong competitive advantages, attractive valuation, and potential for long-term growth.