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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)shares declined after it is reported that its third quarter results are below-than-expected and missed Wall Street's revenue forecast, blowing uncertainties that its supremacy of consumer electronics is falling. Apple reported it distributed a record 47.8 million iPhones in the December quarter, up 29 per cent from a year prior. But that are below the 50 million that analysts on average had anticipated.
At least 20 analysts dropped their price targets after Apple on Jan. 23 reported its slowest growth rates in years and said the trend will endure. The stock has plunged more than 35 percent since September.
In the last trading session, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) reported the fall of -12.35% and closed at $450.50 with the overall traded volume of 52.17 million shares. AAPL has earnings per share of $44.10 and its price to earnings ratio ended at 10.22.
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Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) is seemingly scheduling to construct a $4 billion chip plant in County Kildare, Ireland. According to Silicon Republic, the company’s new plant will increase about 4,300 jobs to the region. That will more than twice the amount of staff members Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) has employed in that part of Ireland. The news comes a day after the company exposed that it would close its desktop motherboard business within the next few years.
In the last trading session, Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) declined -0.76% to close at $20.95 and its total traded volume was 58.41 million shares more than the average volume of 44.53 million. INTC has market cap of 104.52 billion.
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Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL) is preparing to launch this year, an ARM-powered computer that’s about the size of a USB stick. Dell Inc. seems to be captivating the opposite direction with computers as compared to device makers who are making their smart phones to approach tablet device proportions.
Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL) went down -0.61% and closed at $13.00 with the total traded volume of 27.36 million shares in the last trading session. Stock price 52 weeks high was $18.36 and 52 weeks low price was $8.69. DELL has market cap of 22.58 billion and its beta value stands at 1.37 times.
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