Texas Instruments, Inc.

-$0.94 (-0.5%)
Closing price June 23, 2021
The September 15 short interest data have been compared with the previous report, and short interest moves were mixed on most of these selected semiconductor stocks.
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Texas Instruments reported second-quarter earnings and revenues well above estimates. But it was a low bar and the company had some unexpected help.
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Texas Instruments stock saw a nice pop early Wednesday in the wake of better than expected first-quarter results.
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