Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (TSM)


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30.27-0.12 (-0.41%)
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Open30.47
Prev Close30.40
Bid30.25 x 2200
Ask30.26 x 2400
Day's Range30.13 - 30.50
52wk Range20.21 - 30.95
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap155.89B
P/E Ratio (ttm)17.50
Beta1.05
Volume2,808,205
Avg Vol (3m)6,669,242
Dividend & Yield0.94 (3.15%)
Earnings DateN/A
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    Intel a Year Behind TSM in Foundry Capabilities, Says Citi

    Citigroup chip analysts Roland Shu Christopher Danely today review the prospect of Intel (INTC) competing directly with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSM) in building chips for other companies, and declare TSM the likely winner in any such face-off. You’ll recall Intel during its annual Developer Forum in August said it had struck a partnership with ARM Holdings to provide “foundry” services to chip designers licensing ARM’s chip technology, opening a door to making a much broader set of parts for a much broader set of third parties than Intel has ever courted. The vast majority of processors in everything from autos to mobile devices to servers use circuitry based on ARM's designs, not the designs of Intel, so this expands Intel's market beyond its own designs.