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Article for Advanced Micro Devices
Here’s why AMD stock soared 52%, in spite of continued losses
Exclusive: AMD’s Sunnyvale campus selling to Irvine Company
Advanced Micro Devices on Monday gave back more than a third of the 52 percent gain it posted Friday on talk of some important new business and as it posted better-than-expected quarterly results.
The Sunnyvale chip company’s stock (NASDAQ:AMD) dropped by 13.5 percent on Monday, closing at $3.45, as analysts issued new recommendations and revamped their price targets.
Advanced Micro Devices, led by CEO Lisa Su, on Monday gave back about a third of the stock gains it posted on Friday.
Advanced Micro Devices, led by CEO Lisa Su, on Monday gave back about a third of the… more
Despite Monday’s retrenchment, AMD is still priced higher than it has been since late in 2014.
Analyst Rick Schafer of Oppenheimer & Co. said the biggest surprise last week that helped AMD soar was its $293 million licensing agreement with China’s Tianjin Haiguang Advanced Technology Investment. But he remains cautious, saying, “While the progress towards intellectual property monetization is encouraging, we maintain a wait-and-see stance with regard to AMD’s product outlook.”
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Vivek Arya of Bank of America Merrill Lynch maintained his “underperform” rating and projects the stock is likely to fall to $2.30.
“Despite new China licensing deal, we see three more years of earnings-per-share losses for AMD on low profitability and high debt burden,” he wrote. “AMD’s share gains in the first quarter are insufficient to us to predict turnaround since past enthusiasm has consistently proven temporary.”
The S&P Capital IQ division of McGraw Hill Financial thinks AMD is now priced at about the correct level, issuing a hold recommendation with a $3.50 price target. It projects revenue will decline 3.7 percent this year, on top of a 28 percent drop last year, but should grow by 5.5 percent next year.
A big problem for AMD has been shrinking sales of chips for PCs, but it has seen growth in other business segments, most notably game consoles.
“We anticipate growth within AMD’s enterprise, embedded and semi-custom segment (includes server business), although note recent softness,” S&P Capital IQ wrote. “We note that over 50 percent of sales are currently coming outside of PCs and we expect AMD to further diversify its revenue base.”
Source – Cromwell Schubarth
Silicon Valley Business Journal
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