|Bid||252.00 x 0|
|Ask||252.50 x 0|
|Day's Range||252.00 - 253.00|
|52 Week Range||186.50 - 266.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||19.09|
|Earnings Date||Apr 19, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||7.00 (2.75%)|
|1y Target Est||270.65|
March 16 (Reuters) - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd: * SAYS IT ORDERS FACILITY AND CONSTRUCTION FOR T$301 MILLION ($10.35 million) Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: ($1 = 29.0880 ...
Shares were under pressure for a second day on Wednesday and the dollar held near one-week lows after a threat by U.S. President Donald Trump to slap $60 billion in tariffs on Chinese imports rekindled investors' concerns about the economic growth outlook. Equities attempted to recover after Tuesday's hefty losses, heartened by robust Chinese factory data, with S&P500 futures signalling a firmer opening for Wall Street.
World shares slipped for the second straight day and the dollar held near one-week lows after U.S. President Donald Trump's threats to slap $60 billion in tariffs on Chinese imports reminded investors of the threat to world economic growth. Equity markets were attempting to recover after Tuesday's hefty losses, heartened by robust Chinese factory data, but struggled to overcome fears of a global trade war as well as the prospect of political uncertainty in the United States.
Shares faltered and the dollar skidded on Wednesday as investors fretted over the threat of new U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports, brushing aside data that showed the Asian economy got off to a solid start in 2018. Investor appetite for risk was also hit by U.S. President Donald Trump's move to fire his Secretary of State, regarded as a moderate in his administration, reinforcing market uncertainty about Trump's future policies. In a sign the equity market sell-off would extend elsewhere, S&P E-Mini futures were down 0.1 percent while FTSE futures slipped 0.3 percent.
Shares of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. are little changed in premarket trading Wednesday after the Nikkei Asian Review reported that U.S. chipmaker GlobalFoundries has requested that regulators ...
Feb 21 (Reuters) - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd : * SAYS IT ORDERS EQUIPMENT FOR T$1.1 BILLION ($37.66 million) Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: ($1 = 29.2120 Taiwan dollars) ...
HONG KONG/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Some of the biggest electronics bazaars in Asia are being flooded with customers looking for the latest piece of technology: cryptocurrency mining rigs. Scores of miners from around the world are traveling to places like Hong Kong's Sham Shui Po and Singapore's Sim Lim Square to buy the rigs, which the shops' hardware geeks expertly build behind counters in their cramped boutiques.
Asia technology shares led gains while commodity producers paced declines after U.S. equities halted a six-day rally and bond yields rose. Hong Kong’s benchmark climbed while Taiwan stocks, which resumed ...
Feb 9 (Reuters) - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd : * SAYS JAN SALES T$79.74 BILLION ($2.72 billion) (DEC T$89.90 BILLION, NOV T$93.15 BILLION) * SAYS JAN SALES +4.1 PERCENT Y/Y Further company ...
Rescuers combed through the rubble of collapsed buildings on Wednesday, in a search for 67 people missing after a strong earthquake which killed at least seven near Taiwan's popular tourist city of Hualien. Hualien Mayor Fu Kun-chi said the number of people missing was now close to 60, although an exact figure was not provided. Many of the missing were believed to be still trapped inside buildings, some of which tilted precariously, after the quake struck about 22 km (14 miles) northeast of Hualien on Taiwan's east coast.
Rescuers combed through the rubble of collapsed buildings on Wednesday, some using their hands as they searched for about 145 people missing after a magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck near the popular Taiwanese tourist city of Hualien overnight. Many of those were believed to be still trapped inside buildings, including a military hospital, after the quake hit about 22 km (14 miles) northeast of Hualien on Taiwan's east coast.
Taiwan's main stocks index extended its losses to 2.31 percent in early trade on Monday morning, after an earthquake shook the island the night before and with sentiment knocked by a broader retreat in global markets. A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck on Taiwan's east coast on late Sunday, about 163 kilometers (101.3 miles) southeast of Taipei, the U.S. Geological Survey said. As of Monday morning, there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
Cryptocurrencies have spawned several cottage industries, and one is the manufacture of chips for cryptocurrency mining. Cryptocurrency is a form of digital money meant to be used as a medium of exchange, ...
AMD, NVIDIA, Overstock, Square and TSMC have benefited from cryptocurrencies. If Bitcoin, Ethereum and other digital currencies fall in price, these company’s stocks could take a hit.
Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM) fourth-quarter earnings surpass the Zacks Consensus Estimate on the back of solid performances by mobile products and strong demand from cryptocurrency miners.