Applied Materials, Inc.

NASDAQ: AMAT
$106.46
-$4.28 (-3.9%)
Closing price May 20, 2022
Here is what analysts are expecting to hear from two high-profile tech companies when they report earnings Thursday after markets close.
The semiconductor industry has fallen sharply since a December peak. Analysts at Jefferies believe the bottom is near and that AMD, Marvell Technology, Nvidia and these other stocks will be big...
Analysts at Credit Suisse have updated their outlook on semiconductor equipment stocks, along with a look at the semiconductor makers themselves, and how the two industries could perform over the...
Colgate-Palmolive, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Qualcomm and these other blue-chip companies are expected to lift the dividends they pay to shareholders this week, making their stocks good total return...
Here are 14 tech stocks that were making significant up or down moves shortly after Friday's opening bell.
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Altice USA, Applied Materials, Block, Coeur Mining, Consolidated Edison, Fastly, Shopify, SM Energy, Tata Motors and Wingstop.
Among tech stocks included in the S&P 500, only one was trading higher shortly after Thursday's opening bell.
A Dow component, a major lithium producer, a big oil and gas producer and a tech biggie are on tap to report earnings after markets close on Wednesday.
Intel's $5.4 billion acquisition of Tower Semiconductor was juicing up tech stocks in the early going Tuesday.
Application software stocks were trading up slightly shortly after Friday's opening bell, while chip and chip equipment makers mostly traded lower.
Tech stocks were off to a slow start Tuesday morning, with chip equipment makers taking the biggest hits.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Applied Materials, Bloom Energy, Corning, Lam Research, MetLife, PayPal, Plug Power, ServiceNow, Shopify, Spotify Technology and Texas...
A possible end to a long-running acquisition effort weighed on tech stocks Tuesday morning.
Analysts at Jefferies have issued a new report on three top semiconductor equipment makers. All are expected to profit from the coming expansion of chipmaking capacity.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Applied Materials, Chevron, Cleveland-Cliffs, General Electric, Intel, Livent, Match, Medtronic, RealReal, Riot Blockchain, Sirius XM,...