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What Intel Corp says this week matters much to chip investors


Upcoming quarterly scorecards from Intel, Texas Instruments and other chipmakers, as well as Ford Motor Co, will shed light on whether Apple made a convenient excuse for its own troubles or revealed a strengthening headwind faced by global companies that rely on China for a big chunk of their sales.

Upcoming quarterly scorecards from Intel, Texas Instruments and other chipmakers, as well as Ford Motor Co, will shed light on whether Apple made a convenient excuse for its own troubles or revealed a strengthening headwind faced by global companies that rely on China for a big chunk of their sales.

SAN FRANCISCO: Intel Corp operates mostly outside the Apple-sphere, and that is exactly why whatever it says next week about business in its vital Chinese market matters so much for investors.

Apple rattled global markets this month when the iPhone maker cut its revenue outlook for the first time in 15 years, blaming factors like the U.S.-China trade dispute and a slowdown in the Chinese economy.

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