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INTC Intel Corp NASDAQ
29.42 USD -1.37% -0.41
OPEN 29.17
PREV CLOSE 29.83
DAY RANGE 29.43 - 28.71
VOLUME 536.9K
AVG. VOLUME 28.7M
52 WEEK RANGE 56.28 - 24.59
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Valuations metrics

Market capitalization 123.1B
Enterprise value 135.5B
Trailing pe 9.235294
Forward pe 15.867022
Peg ratio -0.64
Price to sales ttm 1.7703251
Price to book mrq 1.2324919
Enterprise to revenue 1.949
Enterprise to ebitda 6.501

Financials

Fiscal year ends 2021-12-25
Most recent quarter 2022-10-01
Profit margin 0.19127001
Operating margin 0.115389995
Return on assets ttm 0.029260002
Return on equity ttm 0.14003
Income statement
Revenue ttm 69.5B
Revenue per share ttm 16.979
Quarterly revenue growth -0.201
Gross profit ttm 43.8B
Ebitda 22.2B
Net income to common ttm 13.3B
Diluted eps ttm 3.23
Quarterly earnings growth yoy -0.851
Balance sheet
Revenue ttm 69.5B
Total cash mrq 22.6B
Total cash per share mrq 5.466
Total debt mrq 39.5B
Total debt to equity mrq 39.569
Current ratio mrq 1.771
Book value per share mrq 24.203
Cash flow
Operating cash flow ttm 13.7B
Levered free cash flow ttm -5988624896

Stock statistics

Shares outstanding 4.1B
Float shares 4.1B
Avg 10 volume 31.9M
Avg 30 volume 41.2M
Shares short 68.8M
Short ratio 1.51
Short percent of shares outstanding 0.0167
Percent held by insiders 0.00064000004
Percent held by institutions 0.62319

Stock price summary

Fifty two week low 24.59
Fifty two week high 56.28
Fifty two week change -67.403
Beta 0.731592
Day 50 ma 27.779
Day 200 ma 37.83315

Dividends and splits

Forward annual dividend rate 1.46
Forward annual dividend yield 0.0508
Trailing annual dividend rate 1.442
Trailing annual dividend yield 0.047954775
5 year average dividend yield 2.64
Payout ratio 0.4466
Dividend date 2022-12-01
Ex dividend date 2022-11-04
Last split factor 2-for-1 split
Last split date 2000-07-31

Intel Corp. (INTC) Company Profile

Intel Corporation is an American multinational company that designs, manufactures, and sells computer components and other related products.

The corporation was founded by Gordon Moore and Robert Noyce on 18 July 1968, in Mountain View, California, United States. Intel went public on October 13, 1971, and trades on the NASDAQ exchange under the ticker INTC

The Company’s major products include microprocessors, chipsets, embedded processors and microcontrollers, flash memory, graphic, network and communication, systems management software, conferencing, and digital imaging products.

The firm operates through the segments of Client Computing Group (CCG), Data Center Group (DCG), Internet of Things Group (IOTG), Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group (NSG), Programmable Solutions (PSG).

Under the CCG segment designs platforms meant for notebooks, 2-in-1 systems, desktops, tablets, phones, wireless and wired connectivity products, and mobile communication components.

The DCG segment entails a workload-optimized platform designed for the enterprise, cloud, and communication infrastructure market.

The IOTG segment provides computing solutions for the retail, manufacturing, health care, energy, automotive, and government market segments.

The NSG wing constitutes NAND flash memory products used in solid-state drives. Simultaneously, the PSG segment entails programmable semiconductors meant for a broad range of markets, including communications, data center, industrial, military, and automotive. 

Intel main competitors 

Key Intel milestones 

On June 27, 2006, Intel reached an agreement to sell the XScale processor business to Marvell Technology Group for an estimated $600 million. The sale helped Intel focus its resources on its core x86 and server businesses.

In 2010, Intel acquired McAfee, a computer security technology manufacturer worth $7.68 billion.

In 2017, Intel became one of the biggest stakeholders in the self-driving car industry. The company partnered with Mobileye.

In October 2013, Intel joined The Alliance for Affordable Internet (A4AI), a coalition of public and private organizations that aims to make internet access affordable. The organization includes other companies like Facebook, Google, and Microsoft

In 1992, Intel became the largest chipmaker globally by revenue and held the position until 2018. Across the 1980s, Intel ranked among the top ten sellers of semiconductors worldwide. 

Intel Frequently Asked Questions

Does Intel pay dividends?

Intel typically pays dividends four times a year excluding specials. The company’s dividends are usually covered in profits and cash flow. 

Has Intel stock ever split?

Intel has six splits since going public. The first split took place on October 29, 1987, on a 3 for 2 split bases. 

Is there an option to purchase or reinvest dividends in Intel shares directly?

Yes. Investors can purchase or reinvest Intel dividends in its shares through Computershare.com, an Australian stock transfer company that provides corporate trust, stock transfer and employee share plan services in a number of different countries.

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