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Nvidia’s stock price soars: the market value increases by more than 200 billion U.S. dollars in one day to nearly a trillion U.S. dollars – Programmer Sought



News from IT House on May 25, Nvidia announced its earnings for the first quarter of the 2024 fiscal year on Wednesday, with revenue of US$7.19 billion exceeding market expectations by 13%. Nvidia also gave a forecast for second-quarter sales that was 50% higher than Wall Street’s expectations, driving the company’s after-hours stock price to soar, making it the fifth-largest company in the U.S. stock market by value.

Nvidia’s share price at the close yesterday was $305.38, corresponding to a market value of $755.24 billion. As of this writing, the stock was trading at $396.03. This equates to a market capitalization of $979.43 billion. This means that in just a few hours, Nvidia’s market value has increased by $224.19 billion,It was the second largest single-day gainer in history., second only to the increase of US$597 billion created by PetroChina on November 5, 2007. It is worth mentioning that the rise in Nvidia’s stock price continues.

Goldman Sachs told Nvidia that this may be the best TMT (technology, media and telecommunications) earnings report we have seen since Zoom’s (ZM) earnings report in June 2020. JPMorgan doubled its price target on Nvidia from $250 to $500, citing “tremendous demand growth.”

Huang Renxun, founder and CEO of Nvidia, said that the increase in sales was mainly due to the “surge in demand” for data center products in the market. This is driven by the recent boom in artificial intelligence. Companies are scrambling to use Nvidia’s chips to train and deploy generative AI applications like ChatGPT.

Huang Renxun said that NVIDIA has turned to companies that sell entire AI supercomputing systems to large companies, not just a chip company. These companies are willing to pay higher prices for NVIDIA products in order to obtain AI capabilities comparable to Silicon Valley technology companies. price.

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