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November 20, 2012
10:34 EDTINTCIntel falls to a new 52-week low, levels to watch
The shares slipped further into negative territory this morning, and marked a fresh 52-week low at $19.55 before bouncing slightly. Looking ahead, a big test of support would be at 2-year lows at $19.16. There is a range of support at that area from the summer of 2011 that is worth focusing on. Back then, a successful test of support at that area lead to a very strong rally, culminating in the peak reached in May of this year. If the shares test that area successfully again, it could presage a move higher over time. A breakdown below that support area though would have strongly bearish implications. On a break below $19.16, next support would be at $18.41, and then at $17.60, the 2010 low. Resistance is at $20.36, the 10-day moving average.
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October 31, 2014
06:57 EDTINTCSkylake processor delay may weaken Windows 10 notebook demand, DigiTimes says
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05:47 EDTINTCStocks with implied volatility movement; SMH INTC
Stocks with implied volatility movement; Market Vectors Semiconductor (SMH) 26, Intel (INTC) 26 according to iVolatility.
October 30, 2014
18:39 EDTINTCOn The Fly: After Hours Movers
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15:28 EDTINTCIntersil sees lower sequential computing revenue as PC builds slow
Shares of Intersil (ISIL), which makes analog integrated circuits for the personal computer market, are lower after the company reported Q3 results that missed analysts' expectations. The company also gave Q4 guidance well below the consensus view for both earnings and revenue. On its earnings conference call last night, the company said it sees slowing sequential demand in part due to lower PC builds. Stocks that are leveraged to the PC sector include Intel (INTC), Texas Instruments (TXN), Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Microsoft (MSFT). In late day trading, shares of Intersil fell $1.81, or 12.9%, to $12.27.
October 29, 2014
06:26 EDTINTCMicrosoft cooperates with Intel to offer subsidies for desktops,, DigiTimes says
Microsoft (MSFT) will cooperate with Intel (INTC) to offer subsidies to promote Windows 8.1 with Bing for entry-level desktops and 18.5-inch non-touch-screen all-in-one PCs, reports DigiTimes. According to Taiwan-based supply chain makers, Microsoft is hoping the new solutions will held defend its market share with Google (GOOG) aggressively promoting its Chromebox among vendors. Reference Link
October 27, 2014
12:41 EDTINTCMicrosoft developing software to run on ARM based servers, Bloomberg reports
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07:38 EDTINTCCyber security start-ups hot with investors, including banks, FT says
Corporate venture arms have more than doubled their investment in cyber security start-ups over the last two years, according to Financial Times, citing data from CB Insights. While technology companies such as Google (GOOG), Intel (INTC) and Cisco (CSCO) are leading, the report notes that the venture capital units of Citibank (C), Wells Fargo (WFC) and General Electric (GE) have also been active investors in security start-ups. Reference Link
06:20 EDTINTCIntel to release Haswell-EX/EP4S in Q2, DigiTimes reports
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06:12 EDTINTCIntel to see strong shipment growth for Education Tablets, DigiTimes reports
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October 22, 2014
08:18 EDTINTCVCE to become an EMC company
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07:52 EDTINTCIntel recent weakness a buying opportunity, says Jefferies
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06:44 EDTINTCIntel may face challenges over CPU product line in 2Q15, DigiTimes reports
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06:26 EDTINTCIntel Capital announces investments from China Smart Device Innovation Fund
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October 21, 2014
06:15 EDTINTCIntel may stop providing subsidies for mobile solutions, DigiTimes reports
Intel may stop providing subsidies for mobile device solutions to eliminate loses from the business, reports DigiTimes. According to sources from PC players, however, Intel is likely to continue offering subsidies to some of its larger clients, like Asustek Computer, through different methods in order to maintain orders. Reference Link

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