Intel 3Q earnings, revenue beat analysts' expectations

Claman on Call: FBN's Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, Intel's third-quarter results and the CDC Director's update on the latest measures to deal with Ebola.

Claman on Call: Intel's 3Q Earnings Top Views

Major Dow component Intel (INTC) was out with third-quarter results on Tuesday, beating analyst expectations on both top and bottom lines, and seeing revenue increases across all divisions.

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On Wednesday, don't miss Intel CEO Brian Krazinch on FBN at 3 p.m. ET, he'll have a major announcement that is likely to shake up the tech world. If you own Intel or have been thinking about adding Intel to your portfolio.

And in the last hour of trading, a highly anticipated updated on Ebola came from CDC Director Tom Frieden, who says the CDC is taking new measures to deal with the deadly disease, including having a special risk team ready to respond to suspected cases anywhere in the U.S. within hours. Frieden also added that the 48 people who had direct contact with Thomas Duncan all have passed through the high risk period.

Turning our attention to the markets, lots of back-and-forth action at the close of trading. The Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed the "unchanged" line 19 times, all in the final 40 minutes of trading, before finally ending the day in the red. Energy and healthcare sectors were the biggest drag on the blue-chip index.

Now, here's what's coming up tomorrow: At 8:30 a.m. ET we'll get the retail sales data for the month of September, then in the afternoon investors will get the Federal Reserve's latest assessment of the economy with the Beige Book out at 2 p.m. ET. And of course we'll continue breaking down earnings reports for you -- first Bank of America is out with 3Q results before the bell. Then, we'll hear from eBay and Netflix after the market close.

Be sure to check out all of today's interviews on FOXBusiness.com/OnCall and tune into Countdown to the Closing Bell every week day at 3 p.m. ET.

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