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Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD)


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Previous close13.230
Open13.060
Bid12.690 x 4700
Ask12.700 x 12400
Day's range12.610 - 13.150
52-week range4.820 - 15.550
Volume39,030,549
Avg. volume76,352,601
Market cap12.02B
Beta3.08
PE ratio (TTM)-23.83
EPS (TTM)-0.53
Earnings date31 Jul 2017
Dividend & yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-dividend date1995-04-27
1y target est12.82
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    InvestorPlace1 hour ago

    Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) Stock Needs More Than Ryzen

    After a blowout 2016, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) stock has had a roller-coaster 2017. The optimism toward Advanced Micro Devices over the past year and a half makes some sense. The new Ryzen line makes AMD a legitimate competitor to larger rival Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) for the first time in years.

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    AMD's 'Epyc' Could Reverse the Multi-Chip Curse, Says Wells Fargo

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