AMD: Mixed Results Are Good Enough
Following weak numbers from both Intel (INTC) and Nvidia (NVDA), mixed numbers from Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) aren't a huge surprise. The chip company had better than expected Q4 numbers and rather weak Q1 guidance.
- Q4 sales were lighter-than-expected at $1.42 billion. Analysts polled by Bloomberg were expecting revenue of $1.44 billion during the quarter.
- EPS of 8 cents per share which was in-line with consensus estimates.
Analysts are inexplicably down at only 6% revenue growth for the year. The easy hurdle will help the stock return to the 2018 highs.
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- JPMorgan raises its AMD target from $18 to $20 on Q4 results that showed the company is “executing well on its product roadmap and making progress toward its 2020 financial model.”
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