|Bid||242.52 x 800|
|Ask||242.75 x 900|
|Day's range||238.39 - 255.63|
|52-week range||132.60 - 316.32|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.67|
|PE ratio (TTM)||53.96|
|Earnings date||13-May-2020 - 17-May-2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.64 (0.25%)|
|1y target est||296.00|
NVIDIA today announced that its global OEM partners are bringing out more than 100 new thin, light and fast laptop models, all powered by NVIDIA GeForce® GPUs, including the just-launched GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER™ and 2070 SUPER GPUs for laptops. The record-size launch also includes a range of RTX 2060-powered laptops starting at just $999. The new platforms are all based on the NVIDIA Turing™ architecture, which incorporates dedicated hardware RT Cores to process ray tracing and AI in real time, delivering increased performance and enhanced visual fidelity for today’s hottest games and major content creation applications.
The disappointing performance in Q1 is not due to any economic, financial or geopolitical factors but instead a health hazard ??? the coronavirus pandemic.
Here we focus on a basket of stocks that is benefiting from a lengthy spell of social distancing in the United States and across other countries.
Fundamentally-strong companies have greater possibilities of bouncing back once the impact of the coronavirus outbreak dissipates. And considering Tech companies' growth prospects, it makes sense to invest in the space for long-term gains.
Here we have picked five top-ranked best-performing tech stocks that have weathered the coronavirus impact and have potential to grow in the current turbulent global economic condition as well.
Benchmarks ended in the green on Thursday, as investors rejoiced the overnight passage of a $2 trillion economic stimulus bill by the Senate to mitigate the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
By offering free access to its GPU-accelerated genome analysis toolkit, Parabricks, to researchers, NVIDIA joins the group of tech companies trying to contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
Chipmakers tend to benefit from demand spike for PCs and cloud services, as increasing number of employees and students are working and learning from home amid the coronavirus-led global lockdown.
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