Intel to lower quarterly dividend to conserve cash
The company had in January warned it would lose money in the first quarter as two of its most important markets — personal computers and data centers — were weakening after two years of strong growth during the pandemic-led remote work.
Intel has committed to reduce $3 billion in costs this year and between $8 and $10 billion in savings by the end of 2025.
The company, which reaffirmed its first-quarter forecast issued in January, said it will cut the quarterly dividend to $0.125 per share, or 50 cents annually.The dividend will be payable on June 1 to stockholders of record on May 7.
U.S. stocks recover ahead of Fed minutes
The U.S. stock indexes are rallying after suffering their worst sell-off day of the year on Tuesday.
The Dow Jones Industrial, S&P 500 and Nasdaq are all in positive territory, with the tech-heavy index leading the rebound as tech shares like Meta, Google, Amazon and Microsoft all start the session in the green.
In commodities, oil is off approximately 1% to $75.60 a barrel as gold moves roughly 0.16% higher to $1,845.40 an ounce.
Walmart CEO on inflation
Walmart customers continue to wrestle with high food inflation which is showing little signs of abating.
Winter storm update
A looming winter storm is already wreaking havoc across the nation with thousands of flights cancelled.
Starbucks new drinks
Hard landing or soft landing?
Citigroup is less pessimistic on the U.S. economy in a new updated forecast.