Semiconductor stocks aren’t doing so hot on Wednesday. There are a few things investors need to know about that.
First up, Micron (NASDAQ:MU) just announced that it will cut memory chip production in 2023. This news comes as demand in the PC market continues to dwindle, causing problems for several parts manufacturers.
The company says it intends to decrease the production of DRAM bit supply and shrink the growth of NAND bit supply. It’s also worth mentioning that Micron was one of the first PC parts companies to warn of weakening chip demand earlier this year.
Investors also appear anxious as Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) prepares to release its latest earnings report later today. That report will come out after markets close. Based on its current movement, NVDA stock investors don’t seem very hopeful.
Let’s take a look at how these pieces of news are affecting semiconductor stocks today!
Semiconductor Stocks Down Today
- MU stock starts us off, with shares sliding 5.9% as of Wednesday afternoon.
- NVDA stock is next with today’s news sending shares 3.5% lower as of this writing.
- Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) stock also isn’t doing well. The chip company’s shares are slipping 3.3% currently.
- Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) closes out our semiconductor stocks list with a 4.5% decrease so far.
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