Profits fell but it could be worse
Nvidia stock rose more than eight per cent after the company reported slightly higher revenue and net income than the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street expected.
Falling PC demand and luke-warm relations between US and China to blame
The cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street have been pummelling AMD and bought the companies shares, but its CEO claims that things are probably not as bad as they seem.
Analysis: Crypto drop was inevitable
Crypto currencies are rather volatile and most people reading this are very well aware of that. The fact that it could cause Nvidia stock to drop by more than 30 percent is ridiculous as obviously, the finance community didn’t do its homework well. Long term betters on Nvidia should bet on two things, AI and Automotive, backed up by strong and stable gaming.
Revenues, income and stock rise five percent
Qualcomm has had a better than expected results in its Q3 earnings, beating street and even its own estimates.
Hoping that Chinese licensing will make money and VR will perform
Fudzilla was the first to report that AMD is working with several Chinese partners on a server deal and the recent announcement of its partnership with THATIC was one of the main reasons for a spike in sales.
Stock gains 7.94 percent
AMD's Radeon Technology Group had a good day yesterday. It announced a $1499, dual Fiji card, its 2017 and 2018 GPU roadmap and claimed 83 per cent of the total addressable market for dedicated VR HMDs. All this saw a 7.94 per cent jump in share value.
Something going unreported
Stock price falls and stockholders were not impressed
Not even Greece could bankrupt it
Cook’s stock award