AMD stock closed at 53.50+0.67 (+1.27%)on Friday June 12,2 2020. For the week ending on June 12, 202o AMD stock had a performance of +0.75%. Shares of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) have a 52-week range of 27.43 – 59.27. Advanced Micro Devices stock has a Beta of 1.49, and a PE Ratio of 129.10. Advanced Micro Devices has a market capitalization of $62.66 Billion as of June 12, 2020.
AMD stock price performance for the week ending on June 5, 2020
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) stock price performance for the week ending on June 5, 2020, was -0.99%. AMD stock price at the close on June 5, 2020, was 53.10+0.47 (+0.89%) . The stock has a 52-week range of 27.43 – 59.27, and a P/E ratio of 128.14. AMD stock has a YTD performance of +15.79%. Shares of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) have a beta of 1.50, and the company has a market cap of 62.19B.
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AMD stock chart
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A mixed trading session for the US stock market today. Early losses were erased but at the close today S&P 500 was flat, Dow was down more than 100 points and Nasdaq was higher more than 70 points. This is the stock market today update at the close:
10-Yr Bond yield: 0.7260,+0.0440(+6.45%) Vix: 27.46,-0.52(-1.86%)
ArcelorMittal (MT) stock was among stock losers today, closing at 9.17-2.25 (-19.70%).
NMC Health Plc (NMHLY) stock was among stock gainers today with a stock price of 0.7590+0.2841 (+59.81%). Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) stock was among the most active stocks today, closing at 55.74+2.55 (+4.79%).
“Stocks close higher, but snap weekly winning streak US stocks ended the session sharply higher on Friday, but the three major indexes recorded weekly losses, snapping a two-week winning streak.
The driver behind that underperformance was the oil market carnage at the start of the week, which dragged the stock market down with it.
But finishing in the green on Friday is a hopeful sign for the week ahead. If investors were nervous about weekend headlines about the coronavirus and the economy, stocks would have likely closed down for the day, as was the case in many weeks since the outbreak began, experts said.
The Dow closed up 1.1%, or 260 points. For the week, the index fell 1.9%. The S&P 500 finished 1.4% higher, for a 1.3% weekly loss. The Nasdaq Composite closed up 1.7%, and slipped 0.2% for the week.”
“Five million more Americans file jobless claims as Covid-19 downturn deepens – as it happened. More than twenty million unemployment claims have been filed in the last month across America. US initial claims hit 5.2m last week.
Another wave of grim economic news has shown that America’s economy is sinking into its worst recession in decades.
Another five million US citizens filed jobless claims last week, taking the total laid off since the Covid-19 lockdown began last month to over 22 million.
Economists believe America’s unemployment rate could have already risen to 15%, with further layoffs likely in the coming weeks.”
“The S&P 500 just posted the most daily swings of 3% or greater in more than a decade—even as the stock market hits a 5-week high.
U.S. stocks are attempting to recover from their most recent lows of late March, but the recent market gyrations, even with Tuesday’s positive swing, highlight why this coronavirus-stricken market is one of the most volatile since the 2007-09 financial crisis.
On the bright side, the S&P 500 index SPX, +3.05% finished trade up 84.43 points, or 3.06%, at 2,846.06, marking the broad-market index’s highest level since March 10, when fears about COVID-19 were buckling the market.”
“Dow closes out the worst first quarter in history: March 31, 2020. The Dow recorded its worst start to a year in history, down 23.2% for the quarter. The S&P 500 logged its worst quarter since the final three months of 2008, down 20%. The Nasdaq recorded its worst quarter since the final months of 2018, falling 14.2%.”
How stock market, US stocks closed on Thursday, March 12, 2020-Financial and business news
S&P 500: 2,480.64,-260.74(-9.51%)
Dow 30: 21,200.62,-2,352.60(-9.99%)
Russell 2000: 1,122.93,-141.37(-11.18%)
Stocks biggest gainers
Vir Biotechnology, Inc. (VIR) was among stocks biggest gainers closing at 37.60+3.83 (+11.34%).
Stocks biggest losers
EPR Properties (EPR) was among stocks biggest losers closing at 28.29-15.94 (-36.04%).
Stock investing | Stock trading | Most active stocks
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) was among most active stocks closing at 39.01-6.69 (-14.64%).
U.S. Sectors & Industries Performance
All sectors closed lower with the stock market selloff. Health Care was the best performing sector -7.41%, Energy was the worst performing sector -12.30%.
“On Friday, investors will receive one of their first major economic data reports gauging the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on consumer sentiment.
The University of Michigan will release its preliminary March consumer sentiment survey Friday at 10 a.m. ET. Consensus economists polled by Bloomberg expect the headline print will fall to a reading of 95.0, or six points below February’s reading of 101.0.”, Source: Yahoo Finance
Stock market news for US stock market, March 3, 2020
“Stocks sell off after Federal Reserve delivers emergency rate cut. U.S. stocks traded choppily and then sold off after the Federal Reserve delivered an emergency rate cut Tuesday morning.
Dow ends nearly 800 points lower, giving back more than half of Monday’s gains
Each of the three major stock indices ended Tuesday’s session off more than 2.5%. The Dow shed nearly 800 points, reversing Monday’s more than 1200-point advance.
Here’s where the markets settled at the end of regular equity trading:
S&P 500 (^GSPC): -2.81% or -86.86 points to 3,003.37
Dow (^DJI): -2.94% or -785.91 points to 25,917.41
Nasdaq (^IXIC): -2.99% or -268.08 points to 8,684.09
Gold (GC=F): +2.59% or +$41.30 to $1,636.10 per ounce
10-year Treasury (^TNX): yielding 1.013%, down 7.5 bps”