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The PC market is being harmed by Intel’s oversupply of products, according to a firm

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personal computing market is experiencing inventory issues and demand is low as consumption adjusts to inflation and the post-pandemic era
personal computing market is experiencing inventory issues and demand is low as consumption adjusts to inflation and the post-pandemic era

While the personal computing market is experiencing inventory issues and demand is low as consumption adjusts to inflation and the post-pandemic era, Bernstein, which today lowered AMD’s share price target, accuses Intel of using its size and scope to dominate retail shelf space for its products.

In 2022, the semiconductor industry will experience a historic downturn as a result of rising inflation, demand distortions brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, and the double-edged sword of companies placing excessive orders only to be caught off guard when demand doesn’t materialize.

While the personal computing market is experiencing inventory issues and demand is low as consumption adjusts to inflation and the post-pandemic era, Bernstein, which today lowered AMD’s share price target, accuses Intel of using its size and scope to dominate retail shelf space for its products.

In 2022, the semiconductor industry will experience a historic downturn as a result of rising inflation, demand distortions brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, and the double-edged sword of companies placing excessive orders only to be caught off guard when demand doesn’t materialize.

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