AMD overtakes Intel's market cap for the first time thanks to the recent Xilinx mergerOne more win for AMD.
As of February 15 2022, AMD is commanding a total market cap of US$197.75 billion helped by the Xilinx merger, whereas Intel's market cap is now sitting at $197.24 billion. AMD's share price also spiked to US$121, while Intel's share price dropped to US$48.
Bogdan Solca, 02/16/2022 ...
AMD is enjoying a bullish future outlook now that the Xilinx merger has been completed successfully, and, as a bonus, the combined companies at the moment command a market capitalization that is slightly larger than that of Intel’s. At market close on February 15, AMD’s market cap surged to US$197.75 billion, around US$51 million more than Intel’s market cap. Quite close in macroeconomic terms, but another win for AMD nonetheless.
The total number of AMD shares is now 1.628 billion, of which 428 million were just added through the Xilinx merger. As a bullish reaction to the finalized acquisition deal, AMD’s shares climbed to $121.47 before market close, but this figure is still quite a bit below the all-time-high of $161 recorded in December 2022. Meanwhile, Intel’s shares are valued at $48.44 and Nvidia is reigning supreme with a total market cap of US$662.38 billion despite its minor setback with the canceled ARM acquisition.
In just under 6 years, AMD managed to turn things around drastically from imminent bankruptcy. The Zen architecture really brought back Team Red on track, allowing it to chip away at Intel’s share in a few important markets. Although the profits are still not anywhere near those from Intel or Nvidia, AMD still managed to complete the biggest semiconductor deal to date with the Xilinx merger for more than US$40 billion.
Nội dung chính:
Sau 6 năm từ mức suýt phá sản, chị Su đã vực dậy công ty một cách ngoạn mục. Khi thương vụ mua cổ Xilinx hoàn thành,
Cổ AMD lên gần gấp 3 lần Intel, tổng tài sản vượt hơn 50 củ )