Texas Instruments (TXN)
$100.50 7.26 (6.74%)
19:43 EDT TXN Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $100.50
Market Cap 98.38B
PE Ratio 25.19
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 7.58M
Day's Range 100.07 - 105.00
52-Week Range 93.09 - 135.70
Dividend & Yield 2.63 (2.62%)
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Options trading was buzzing in Texas Instruments, Beyond Meat, and Apple on Monday. Here are the metrics that matter moving forward.
Texas Instruments (TXN) posted its quarterly earnings forecast today, bringing in a profit guidance that surpasses what analysts predict.
Chip stocks have favorable long-term growth prospects, but the near-term outlook is riddled with demand headwinds.
In Texas Instruments' latest earnings results, TXN stock declined despite the fact that the company predicts positive results for its Q2.
'Halt and Catch Fire' isn't just a hit AMC series -- it's also an idiom used among programmers. And fire is what these chip stocks are catching!
After a plunge in December, these semiconductor stocks are perking up again and worth watching as they break out.
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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It was another bloodbath in the stock market today, with stocks getting hit left and right. Here are the top stock charts we're watching now.
Texas Instruments stock was down on Wednesday after the company revealed a poor outlook for the fourth quarter of the year.
Chips are moving from the supercycle of clouds and devices to a new phase where they're in everything we buy.
Don't think for a minute that blue-chip stocks aren't capable of dishing out big moves, when the earnings news is compelling enough.
The U.S.-China trade war will end soon and MU stock remains a value play as macroeconomic conditions are still favorable to growth for chipmakers like Micron.
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