Texas Instruments (TXN)
$132.21 0.60 (0.45%)
17:47 EST TXN Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $132.21
Market Cap 129.42B
PE Ratio 33.14
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2.61M
Day's Range 131.27 - 133.62
52-Week Range 101.57 - 135.70
Dividend & Yield 2.63 (1.99%)
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Texas Instruments (TXN) posted its quarterly earnings forecast today, bringing in a profit guidance that surpasses what analysts predict.
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In Texas Instruments' latest earnings results, TXN stock declined despite the fact that the company predicts positive results for its Q2.
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After beating earnings, Texas Instruments soared in value, but TXN stock is still a long-term buy with the makings for a comeback rally.
Texas Instruments earnings (TXN) were released late in the day on Wednesday, helping to send TXN stock higher as its results beat analysts guidance.
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Texas Instruments stock was down on Wednesday after the company revealed a poor outlook for the fourth quarter of the year.
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A number of sectors are leading the way down and semiconductors stocks are getting hit particularly hard on worries over slowing demand and inventory oversupply.
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