Should I Buy Intel Corp. (INTC) stock as it declined to $64.63 today? Is it best stock to buy?

Latest price action

Intel Corp. (INTC) declined on 12:09:25 PM. Its latest stock price is $64.63 indicating change of -0.91%.

Latest volume

About 9,308,592 shares exchanged hands on 12:09:25 PM for Intel Corp. (INTC), compared with an average daily volume of 33,758,785 shares.

Daily price range

After opening the trading day at , shares of Intel Corp. traded within a range of to .

52 weeks price range

In the last 52 weeks, shares of Intel Corp. has gone down to $43.03 marking it 52 week low and gone up at $68.49 indicating it 52 week high. Its year till date change is 30.8%.

P/E ratio

Shares of Intel Corp. is currently trading at $64.63 indicating P/E ratio of 13.08 .

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About Intel Corp.

Intel , is an industry leader, creating world-changing technology that enables global progress and enriches lives. Inspired by Moore's Law, it continuously work to advance the design and manufacturing of semiconductors to help address our customers' greatest challenges. By embedding intelligence in the cloud, network, edge and every kind of computing device, it unleash the potential of data to transform business and society for the better.

Recent INTC News

Wed Apr 14 14:36:44 UTC 2021

Business Insider: Big Tech has turned to Nicholas Bloom for help navigating their return to the office. Here's what the Stanford economist recommends.

Summary List Placement Tens of millions of Americans are working from home, often for the first time, discovering the arrangement's surprising benefits, even amid all the misery of the pandemic. And they've been hounding their managers for answers so they can start planning their post-COVID-19 lives. Should they re-sign the lease on their $3,000 studio in San Francisco? Can they move to Hawaii ? Which school should they enroll their kids in this fall? Desperate for advice, many companies have turned to Nicholas Bloom, an economics professor at Stanford University. He was not only one of the few economists who had ever studied remote work before 2020 but also already in Silicon Valley's backyard teaching at a university that's basically synonymous with the tech industry. Since last spring, Bloom, 47, has presented his research on remote work to about 100 managers at companies including Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Apple, Twitter, Intel, and ServiceNow. From the beginning, Bloom has recommended that companies adopt a partial work-from-home policy: one to three days at home and the rest of the week in the office. [more....]

Wed Apr 14 11:12:19 UTC 2021

Benzinga: Tech Companies Protest Sector Partiality Under US Chips Act: Bloomberg

Groups representing some of the global technology companies wrote a warning letter to the congressional leaders of both parties and White House officials, against sector preference under the Chips for America Act and objecting to automakers? plea for production ramp-up of basic chips, Bloomberg reports . The technology companies represented included Advanced Micro Devices Inc (NASDAQ: AMD ), Intel Corp (NASDAQ: INTC ), Qualcomm Inc (NASDAQ: QCOM ), Texas Instruments Inc (NASDAQ: TXN ), Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (NYSE: TSM ), Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (OTC: SSNLF ), Alphabet Inc?s (NASDAQ: GOOG ) (NASDAQ; GOOGL) Google, Twitter Inc (NYSE: Full story available on [more....]

Tue Apr 13 13:00:11 UTC 2021

The Guardian: Microsoft launches faster new Surface Laptop 4

Notebooks offer choice of Intel and AMD chips for first time, plus better webcams and mics for video calls Microsoft has announced the latest in its Windows 10 PC notebook series, the Surface Laptop 4, with a choice of AMD and Intel processors across all sizes for the first time. The Surface Laptop 4 comes with either a 13.5in or 15in touchscreen display and, like its predecessors, is a mainstream premium laptop offering a smoother experience with hardware and software made by the same firm, similar to the scheme employed by Apple with its Mac computers. Continue reading? [more....]

Tue Apr 13 11:52:39 UTC 2021

Benzinga: Intel Offers Support For Automakers During President Biden's Chip Crisis Meeting: Report

President Joe Biden?s executive video conferencing on Monday with 19 companies, including Ford Motor Co (NYSE: F ), General Motors Co (NYSE: GM ), Intel Corp (NASDAQ: INTC ), Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ: GOOG ) (NASDAQ: GOOGL ) and others to address the global chip crisis-induced production slowdown with auto manufacturing and other industries, and a possible technology overtaking by China prompted Intel to announce its chip production plans for car plants at its factories in the next six to nine months. Leaders from Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (OTC: SSNLF ), Dell Technologies Inc (NYSE: DELL ), Micron Technology Inc (NASDAQ: Full story available on [more....]

Tue Apr 13 05:02:00 UTC 2021

Economic Times India Telecom: Nvidia to directly challenge Intel with Arm-based 'Grace' server chip - ET Telecom

Intel is the world's biggest maker of central processors for data center servers but has increasingly seen competition from Arm-based chips. With its .. [more....]

Mon Apr 12 22:20:00 UTC 2021

Fortune: Intel CEO on Nvidia competition: 'We are playing offense, not defense'

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger spoke to Fortune after attending a White House meeting with tech and auto CEOs that covered President Biden's spending plans and an industry-wide chip shortage. [more....]

Mon Apr 12 21:23:00 UTC 2021

CNET: Intel wants to produce chips for automakers amid semiconductor shortage, report says - Roadshow

The chip giant could reportedly provide chips for cars within six to nine months. [more....]

Mon Apr 12 21:06:53 UTC 2021

CNN: Car-making nightmare could soon get a fix, thanks to Intel

Intel has a plan to help alleviate the global chip shortage that has hampered the automotive industry, among others. [more....]

Mon Apr 12 20:55:46 UTC 2021

The Verge: Intel hopes to start making chips for car companies within six to nine months

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger hopes that the company will be able to produce automative chips within six to nine months, in an effort to help alleviate the global semiconductor shortage. [more....]


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