did follow closely to the market as the DJIA is an industry indicator and our

Did follow closely to the market as the djia is an

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did follow closely to the market as the DJIA is an industry indicator and our trends did follow the market indicator. STEP 3 Analysis - Look at the graph: do you think that prices of the 5 stocks and the DJIA go up and down at the same time? Why do you think this is the case? A: Yes, the DJIA and our stocks do go up and down at the same time. This is the case because the DJIA is an industry average and does tend to be an indicator of how well the market is doing daily. In simplest terms, if there are more people buying than selling, the price of a share goes up. If there are more people selling than buying, the price of a share goes down. Information that is made public about the company, about the economy in general, predictions on what the future holds, affects these decisions. STEP 4 On 3/3/17 , the price of stock INTC lost .92%. Analysis: During a November investors meeting, Intel said that their expected 2015 revenues were around $55.2 billion in revenue. For 2016, it guided to revenue growth of between 5% and 7% from 2015 levels, implying a revenue range of about $57.96 billion to $59.06 billion, with the midpoint at $58.51 billion. In the company's fourth-quarter earnings release, however, Intel lowered its full-year guidance. This decision shocked investors, mainly because the outlook cut came so early in the year. Intel isn’t shy of these actions, for their company brought down its full-year guidance not once but twice in 2015 and missed its growth targets in both of its major business units for the year. Investors worry that future cuts Intel makes will negatively affect their business.
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