Should I Buy Intel Corp. (INTC) stock as it declined to $55.28 today? Is it best stock to buy?
Latest price action
Intel Corp. (INTC) declined on 3:35:54 PM. Its latest stock price is $55.28 indicating change of -0.29%.
About 23,170,599 shares exchanged hands on 3:35:54 PM for Intel Corp. (INTC), compared with an average daily volume of 50,910,314 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 $43.74 marking it 52 week low and gone up at $66.15 indicating it 52 week high. Its year till date change is 10.99%.
Shares of Intel Corp. is currently trading at $55.28 indicating P/E ratio of 10.82 .
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