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    Options traders exhibit caution ahead of chip earnings

    Reuters – 2:09 PM ET 07/06/2015

    Hedging activity is rising for U.S. semiconductor stocks as investors fear that sector earnings may be weak, and share prices may fall after a recent flourish in mergers and acquisitions. Options bets on an exchange-traded fund that tracks the sector have long been bearish, but there was a noticeable rise in hedging activity in June.

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    Wall St Week Ahead-Low earnings forecasts may mean profit beats, market boost

    Reuters – 1:35 PM ET 07/02/2015

    With analysts' expectations for second-quarter U.S. earnings at rock-bottom levels, many companies may well beat forecasts, possibly setting up the stock market for gains in the coming weeks.

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    New Study Reveals 80% of Americans Want to be More Efficient

    PR Newswire – 9:00 AM ET 06/30/2015

    BOISE, Idaho, June 30, 2015 Americans' age, gender and attitude toward technology defines their ability to live efficiently, according to new data released by Crucial.com. The independent research was conducted by GMI Research and commissioned by Crucial.com to better understand how Americans view their personal level of productivity.

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    Micron's Faltering Memory

    MarketWatch – 9:51 PM ET 06/26/2015

    Unlike the computer chips that comprise much of its business, Micron Technology (MU) can't wipe the memories of its investors with a simple restart. Not that the company hasn't tried. Take Micron's bold move to acquire Elpida in mid-2012 for $2.5 billion.

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    Micron's tanking stock points to anemic PC market, longer-term concerns

    MarketWatch – 1:27 PM ET 06/26/2015

    Wall Street takes a scalpel to Micron's price target. Shares of personal computer chip makers sold off on Friday after a weaker-than-expected quarterly report and outlook from Micron Technology Inc. (MU) shed light on the anemic PC market. Shares of Micron, which manufacturers the dynamic random access memory chips that are used in personal computers, tanked 18% to a 19- month low in midday trade as investors digested the company's disappointing third-quarter earnings report.

  6. Micron's stock is Friday's most-active at 75.2 mln shares traded, triple its full-day average

    MarketWatch – 11:14 AM ET 06/26/2015
  7. Micron Technology's stock extends slide, plunges 19% to 19-month low

    MarketWatch – 11:12 AM ET 06/26/2015
  8. Correct: Micron tanks 16% to lead S&P 500 losers

    MarketWatch – 9:39 AM ET 06/26/2015
  9. Micron leads S&P 500 losers, down 3.9%

    MarketWatch – 9:37 AM ET 06/26/2015
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    Nike Boosts Dow; Nasdaq Slips

    DJ Business News – 8:35 AM ET 06/26/2015

    U.S. stocks closed mixed, with an advance in Nike (NKE) boosting the Dow industrials while the technology sector posted losses. Traders were monitoring bailout negotiations between Greece and its international creditors, and Greece's prime minister late Friday said a referendum will be held July 5 on whether to accept the creditors' demands. The Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 56.32 points, or 0.3%, to 17946.68, boosted by Nike.

  11. Micron Technology stock valuation range cut to $17-$20 from $20-$25 at Wells Fargo

    MarketWatch – 8:04 AM ET 06/26/2015
  12. Micron Technology stock price target cut to $26 from $32 at Pacific Crest

    MarketWatch – 8:03 AM ET 06/26/2015
  13. Micron Technology stock price target cut to $38 from $40 at Raymond James

    MarketWatch – 8:03 AM ET 06/26/2015
  14. Micron Technology stock price target cut to $29 from $33 at J.P. Morgan

    MarketWatch – 8:02 AM ET 06/26/2015
  15. Micron Technology stock price target cut to $34 from $41 at Stifel Nicolaus

    MarketWatch – 8:02 AM ET 06/26/2015
  16. Micron Technology's stock tumbled 13% premarket after Q3 results late Thursday

    MarketWatch – 8:00 AM ET 06/26/2015
  17. Micron Tech's stock turns sharply lower, drops 8.9% in after-hours trade after Q3 results

    MarketWatch – 4:45 PM ET 06/25/2015
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    Micron Technology's profit declines more than expected

    MarketWatch – 4:15 PM ET 06/25/2015

    Memory chip maker Micron Technology Inc. (MU) reported on Thursday a fiscal third-quarter profit that declined to $491 million, or 42 cents a share, from $806 million, or 68 cents a share, in the same period a year ago. Excluding non- recurring items, adjusted earnings per share for the quarter ended June 4 came in at 54 cents, compared with the FactSet consensus of 57 cents. Sales fell 3% to $3.85 billion, just shy of the FactSet consensus of $3.9 billion, with DRAM average selling prices...

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    Chipmaker Micron Technology posts 39 pct drop in profit

    Reuters – 4:09 PM ET 06/25/2015

    Chipmaker Micron Technology Inc reported a 39 percent drop in third-quarter profit, hurt by a fall in prices and lower demand for its chips used in personal computers. Net income attributable to Micron slipped to $491 million, or 42 cents per share, for the third quarter ended June 4, from $806 million, or 68 cents per share, a year earlier. Revenue fell to $3.85 billion from $3.98 billion.

  20. Micron Q3 DRAM average selling prices fell 10%

    MarketWatch – 4:07 PM ET 06/25/2015
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