Shares of Scientific Games Corporation (NASDAQ:SGMS) [Trend Analysis] runs in leading trade, it surging 0.47% to traded at $21.60. The firm has price volatility of 2.85% for a week and 3.97% for a month. Its beta stands at 2.50 times. Scientific Games Corporation (SGMS) reported that a contract to provide Muckleshoot Casino with 2,800 new iVIEWÒ4 displays an award-winning technology that provides unrivaled marketing opportunities and player experiences through its interactive and personalized player content capabilities.
Muckleshoot Casino, the Northwest’s largest casino located in Auburn, Washington, is upgrading to Scientific Games’ innovative new iVIEW4, a cutting-edge technology solution that displays dynamic marketing content, animations, and video on the gaming machine and offers instant response through a sophisticated multi-touch screen. Johnny Walker, Director of Gaming Operations at Muckleshoot Casino, said, “We are very excited to be the first operator in Washington State to implement Scientific Games’ latest innovative product in iVIEW4 to deliver an unparalleled experience for our guests at the point-of-play.
After careful evaluation, we were convinced that the superior performance capabilities of iVIEW4, along with enhanced content-delivery mechanisms, are a game-changer for what we strive to deliver to our guests at point-of-play.” Narrow down four to firm performance, its weekly performance was 2.13% and monthly performance was 5.11%. The stock price of SGMS is moving up from its 20 days moving average with 2.59% and isolated positively from 50 days moving average with 14.00%.
Several matter pinch shares of Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) [Trend Analysis], as shares surging 0.45% to $35.43 with a share volume of 17.09 Million. Intel Corporation (INTC) is fast expanding into the realm of advanced technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, the Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G to stimulate growth while enabling efficiency and profitability across the organization. Here’s how Intel is changing its core, thereby making itself a sound bet for long-term investors.
Research & Development: Intel’s spending on Research and Development (R&D) has steadily risen over the years; its investment in R&D was $12.74 billion in 2016, up 20% from its spending in 2013. The company’s R&D investment shift shows an increasing focus on IoT (up 80%), non-volatile memory (up 40%) and data center (up 25%) while suggesting a slump in mobile (down 55%) as well as PC CPU (down 5%). During 2016, Intel topped all other chip companies in terms of R&D spending, exceeding the combined R&D spending by the next three in the list.
The stock is going forward its 52-week low with 22.80% and moving down from its 52-week high price with -7.20%. To have technical analysis views, liquidity ratio of a company was calculated 1.70 as evaluated with its debt to equity ratio of 0.38. The float short ratio was 1.89%, as compared to sentiment indicator; Short Ratio was 3.90.