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AMD Stock Can Gain 87%: Fund Manager

03:20pm, Wednesday, 21'st Aug 2019
AMD is poised to deliver strong server market share growth, and that should continue to boost its share price over the next couple of years. Read more
Earnings season for semiconductor companies is for the most part over. The reports showed that data center trends are "still soft," while the … Read more
After a positive trading session on Monday for Wall Street, the threat of headlines remain. Last week, the sentiment went too bearish and was an opportunity to go long many great companies whose stocks were unduly punished. Here are a few tickers to watch going into tomorrow. Top Stock Trades for Tomorrow Read more
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD ) has an “exciting” product portfolio, but the recent rise in the semiconductor company’s share price is keeping Piper Jaffray on the sidelines. The Analyst Harsh Kumar started coverage of Advanced Micro Devices with a Neutral rating and $33 price target. The Thesis Piper Jaffray views the company’s product positioning and financial leverage favorably, citing a “steady cadence of innovative products” in long-term growth markets like data centers and gaming, Kumar said in the Monday initiation note. (See his … Full story available on Benzinga.com Read more

AMD Breakout: Key Level to Watch

04:17pm, Monday, 19'th Aug 2019
AMD is setting up a bullish continuation pattern in the long-term. Here's how to trade it….AMD Read more
Advanced Micro Devices stock has soared ahead of the market in 2019, and while there’s still plenty to recommend the stock, Piper Jaffray argues that the chip maker’s rally could start to struggle. Read more
Stocks climbed on Friday after a choppy week of trading amid a bond-market rally and hopes of new economic stimulus across Europe. German news-magazine Der Spiegel reported Germany plans to engage in deficit spending should the country fall into a recession, while an official from the European Central Bank recently said monetary stimulus in the region would exceed expectations. Bonds yields rebounded from a buying spree on Thursday, with the yield on 30-year Treasuries bouncing back after falling below 2% for the first time. Visit the Markets Insider homepage for more stories. Stocks rose on Friday after a turbulent week of trading as the potential of new economic stimulus across Europe slowed a torrid bond-market rally. The yield on 30-year Treasurys recovered from a historic low after falling below 2% on Thursday. Der Spiegel, a German news magazine, reported Germany plans to use deficit spending to boost growth in the event of a recession. The nation said earlier this week that its economy shrank 1% in the second quarter, adding onto existing concerns of a global economic slowdown. Read more
As both Nvidia and AMD compete to create the next best AI and cloud computing GPUs, the tech is only going to proliferate in performance and both companies stand to gain. Read more
The combination of a breakdown in trade negotiations between the U.S. and China and a major yield curve inversion in the U.S. bond market has shares of … Read more
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Intel, QUALCOMM, Micron Technology, Advanced Micro Devices, Skyworks Solutions and Apple Read more
Dow Jones futures: Roku is thriving in the stock market correction, but it's an exception. AMD, Twitter, MercadoLibre, Pinterest and Trade Desk followed the rule Monday. Read more
In just the span of a few days, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) stock skyrocketed more than 20% as Google and Twitter both announced they would use or were already using the just-released 7nm EPYC server processors. The new chip has been at the center of AMD’s game plan this year, and estimated to produce Read more
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMD) is leaving no stone unturned with its ongoing product momentum. The company is on track to launch two graphics … Read more
Cathay Pacific shares tumbled 4.9% Monday, hitting decade lows after China demanded the airline prevent protesting employees from flying to the mainland. Hong Kong International Airport stopped all flights Monday after protesters occupied the building for a fourth consecutive day. The closure is just the latest in a series of massive protests in Hong Kong, as residents call for the city's independence from the Chinese government. The demands follow an early August strike consisting of more than 14,000 Cathay employees that led to the cancelation of more than 200 flights. Visit the Markets Insider homepage for more stories . Cathay Pacific plummeted to decade lows after China demanded that it prevent protesting employees from flying to the mainland. Shares of Hong Kong's dominant airline traded down 4.9% Monday, closing at their lowest price since June 2009. China's civil aviation agency sent its demands after trading hours ended Friday, calling on Cathay to share information for crew members flying to China and bar protesting employees from flying to the mainland. Read more
Shares of Advanced Micro Devices, CVS Health, General Electric are expected to trade actively in Monday’s session. Read more

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