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More on Intel: Miller Tabak has become the latest in a line of firms to slash estimates on Intel...

More on Intel: Miller Tabak has become the latest in a line of firms to slash estimates on Intel and provide negative industry commentary along the way. The sales of Taiwanese contract manufacturers appear to have fallen 5% M/M in November, MT claims, even though November is seasonally strong. It now expects an 8% Y/Y sales drop for Q4, and argues Intel faces a "double headwind" of weak PC sales and excess inventory. Shares are still rated Neutral on account of Intel's valuation and dividend (4.5% yield). (previous: I, II)
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    The market didn't buy into this analyst's downgrade.
    11 Dec 2012, 05:21 PM Reply Like
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