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Key Stats

$36.49
Day's Range
$37.415
$35.54
52-Week Range
$55.82
1 month return15.34%
3 month return22.86%
1 year return35.33%
5 year return0.94%

Company Information

“Founded in 1968 by Gordon Moore and Robert Noyce, Intel Corporation is the world's largest semiconductor chip manufacturer by revenue. The company is headquartered in Santa Clara, California. According to the Fortune 500 list of United States corporations by revenue from 2007 to 2016, it ranked no. 45 in the year 2020. Intel's first product was the development of memory chips, called DRAM. This was followed by the introduction of another successful chip, EPROM. However, it became best known as a supplier of microprocessors for PCs. Intel launched its first commercial microprocessor in 1971 and opened its first international manufacturing facility in Malaysia. Following that, it expanded operations to Singapore, China, and India, among others. It started with a 2.5 million dollar funding and is currently valued at 228.98 billion dollars with more than 1 lakh employees. It has different divisions, such as New Technology Group, Data Center Group, Client Computing Group, and Internet of Things Group. Acquisitions have played a significant role in the company's value. It acquired Altera for 16.75 billion dollars in 2015, a manufacturer of configurable smart chips. McAfee was another major acquisition designed to make online computing safer and more secure. In 2000, it acquired Giga to upgrade its internet systems. Among the company's strategies is manufacturing most of its products internally. This is one of Intel's competitive advantages in optimising products and improving the economics of its business. Due to the global shortage of semiconductors, Italy is currently in talks with Intel to invest billions and build a chip manufacturing plant there. Additionally, the company plans to work with IBM on new research collaborations. The company also intends to provide semiconductor manufacturing services across North America and Europe through its world-class foundry services. These business decisions have contributed to achieving the “Award of Excellence “ in 2019. Intel has reported 5% yearly increase in its revenue to $19.2 billion from $18.3 billion in the last quarter. The net income rose upto 60% on year to $6.8 billion form $4.3 in the same quarter last year. Currently Intel Corp. has a market cap of $150.03 Billion. It has a P.E ratio of 6.14. The shares of Intel Corp. are trading at $36.99. ” .
OrganizationIntel Corp.
Employees110600
CEORobert Swan
IndustryElectronic Technology

Analyst Recommendation

based on 56 analysts ratings

Hold
35%
Buy
48%
Hold
16%
Sell

Based on 56 Wall street analysts offering stock ratings for Intel Corp.(by analysts ranked 0 to 5 stars)

Analyst Forecast

What analysts predicted

Upside of 45.85%

Current

$36.99

Target

$53.95

Recommendation Trend

Based on 56 analyst

Current1M Ago3M Ago
Buy
20
17
18
Hold
27
27
25
Sell
9
9
10
Consensus
HOLD
HOLD
HOLD

Company Financials

  • Annual
  • Quarterly

Highlights

Market Capitalization
184.9B
Book Value
23.44
Dividend Share
1.39
Dividend Yield
1.39
Earnings Share
4.86
PE Ratio
9.3045
PEG Ratio
2.7
Wall Street Target Price
53.24

Valuation

Trailing PE9.3
Forward PE13.5
Price/Sales (ttm)
2.34
Price/Book (mrq)
1.99
Enterprise Value
200.0B
Enterprise Value/Revenue
2.53
Enterprise Value/Ebitda
5.87

Technicals

Beta
0.55
50 Day MA
47.61
200 Day MA
51.12

Sustainability

Rating Date2019-01-01
Total Esg
12.89
Total Esg Percentile
8.0
Environment Score2.18
Environment Score Percentile2.0
Social Score4.06
Social Score Percentile2.0
Governance Score5.65
GovernanceScorePercentile2.0
Controversy Level3.0

Institutional Holdings

Vanguard Group Inc

8.55%

BlackRock Inc

8.1%

State Street Corporation

4.38%

Capital Research & Mgmt Co - Division 3

2.34%

Geode Capital Management, LLC

1.89%

Northern Trust Corp

1.2%

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Intel Corp. Earnings for Q4 (2021): Key Highlights

Jump in Revenue

Intel, the gorilla of the chipmaking world, reported a revenue of $20.5 billion in Q4, an increase of 3% over the year-ago quarter. In Q3 '21, the revenue reported by the company was $19.2 billion.

Net Income decline

The net income came down to $4.6 billion in Q4 from $5.9 billion in the year-ago period, a decline of 21%. Sequentially, the net income was down by 17% from $6.8 billion. The operating income came down to $5 billion in Q4'21 from $5.9 billion (19% decline) in Q4'20 and $5.2 billion from Q3'21.

Gross Margin

The Gross margin declined from 56.8% in the year-ago period to 53.6% in the last quarter. Sequentially, it was down from 56%.

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