Largan Precision Co., Ltd. (3008.TW)

Taiwan - Taiwan Delayed Price. Currency in TWD
3,585.00-50.00 (-1.38%)
At close: 1:30 AM EDT
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Prev Close3,635.00
Bid3,585.00 x
Ask3,590.00 x
Day's Range3,580.00 - 3,665.00
52wk Range1,790.00 - 3,945.00
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap480.89B
P/E Ratio (ttm)21.97
Avg Vol (3m)468,615
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • Barrons.com22 days ago

    2 Stocks Set To Win From Next Big Smartphone Trend

    Dual-camera smartphones are set to boom and that help boost the shares of Taiwan-listed Largen Precision (3008.TW) and Hong Kong-listed Sunny Optical Technology (2382.HK). Multi-cameras can provide good 3D image mapping and modelling, by capturing multiple images and tracking objects’ motions, which could extend camera functions to augmented reality (AR), in addition to enhanced image quality. The broker rates Largan a buy and upped its share price target to TWD4,200 from TWD3,700, while Sunny Optical - rated as outperform - had its target lifted to HKD34 a share from HKD29 a share.

  • Barrons.comlast month

    Apple Supplier Largan Precision Soars 8% On Profit Beat, Dual-Cam Outlook

    Apple (AAPL) lens supplier Largan Precision (3008.Taiwan) has no plans to stop outperforming. Largan Precision has already rallied 37% this year on expectations Apple will adopt dual cameras for its high-end iPhone 7 models this fall. This morning, Largan jumped another 8.5% as its second-quarter profit beat analysts' forecasts and its management painted a sunny outlook for its sales in the second-half.

  • Barrons.com2 months ago

    Largan: Jefferies See 140 Million Dual-Camera iPhones In 2017, Upgrade

    Taiwan's lens manufacturer Largan Precision (3008.Taiwan) has already advanced 28.6% this year on expectations that Apple (AAPL) will adopt dual-cameras for its iPhone 7 this fall, making Largan a rare outperformer in the smartphone hardware space. Not too late, according to Jefferies, which upgraded this stock to Buy with a price target of 3,500 new Taiwan dollars, implying another 20% upside. Huawei's new flagship P9 has already adopted dual camera technology and all smartphone vendors will want to do the same to differentiate their products.