Several matter pinch shares of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) [Trend Analysis], as shares moving up 0.58% to $6.95 with a share volume of 30.44 Million. AMD’s new 7th Generation Pro chips have hooks to let PC users easily upgrade to next-generation Zen chips that could come out next year. The new Pro chips, code-appointedBristol Ridge, are for business desktops, and will appear in PCs from HP and Lenovo.
The ability to easily upgrade is a big accord because it lets users avoid buying new PCs in order to get the Zen chips when they come out. It’ll work like this: users buy a desktop with the new AMD Pro chip, but upgrade to Zen later on by replacing chips in the socket. The stock is going forward its 52-week low with 304.07% and moving down from its 52-week high price with -13.13%. To have technical analysis views, liquidity ratio of a firm was calculated 1.60. The float short ratio was 9.33%, as compared to sentiment indicator; Short Ratio was 2.19.
The Board of Trustees of the Miller/Howard High Income Equity Fund (NYSE:HIE) declares cash distributions of $0.116 per share for each of October, November, and December 2016.
“It is with deep gratitude that we share the news of Roger’s planned retirement,” stated Lowell Miller, Chief Investment Officer of Miller/Howard Investments. “We thank Roger for his immense contributions to Miller/Howard.” Mr. Young will remain an active contributor to the portfolio management team as he transitions his work responsibilities to the team previous to retirement. Miller/Howard’s investment management team has grown importantly over the past year with the promotion of Portfolio Managers John Cusick, CFA, and Michael Roomberg, CFA. Mr. Cusick and Mr. Roomberg both joined in 2013 as senior research analysts.