|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||177.50 - 180.35|
|52 Week Range||126.35 - 189.50|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||34.89|
|Earnings Date||Oct 17, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.40 (0.83%)|
|1y Target Est||187.12|
Earnings, particularly in the banking sector, lifted European shares on Friday at the end of a volatile week, as investors drew encouragement from Apple becoming the world's first trillion-dollar company. The pan-European STOXX 600 index closed up 0.7 percent but ended the week on a 0.5 percent loss. France's Credit Agricole posted the best performance of Paris's CAC 40 index with a 2.3 percent rise with second-quarter profits ahead of estimates.
When Lam Research Corp. reports fourth-quarter results tomorrow after the market close, investors may focus on the company’s forecast and supply-chain relationships after one of Lam’s top customers cut ...
* STOXX 600 down 0.2 pct, Germany's DAX down 0.3 pct * Luxury stocks rise on strong LVMH profit * STMicro falls 3.4 pct as inline results not good enough * Autos, tech reverse Tuesday's rally (Updates ...
Netflix • NFLX-Nasdaq Outperform • Price $400.48 on July 16 by Imperial Capital For the first time in five quarters, Netflix missed its own forecasts for subscriber growth, but it also delivered impressive positives. After the market close on July 16, Netflix reported its second-quarter 2018 results (ended on June 30).
iPhones, trimmed its full year revenue forecasts Thursday, citing a slowdown in cryptocurrency mining and waning smartphone demand. TSMC said it sees full year sales rising in the low single-digit rage, following a previous forecast of 10% and a January estimate of as much as 15%, as digital currency miners reduce the purchase of new chips amid a broader regulatory crackdown on cryptocurrency trading. TSMC also noted that the proportion of its $7.85 billion in second quarter sales to smartphone manufacturers fell by 10 percentage points to 48%.
Europe's small tech complex provided some bullish forecasts forecasts for the global industry Wednesday, adding support for stocks around the region and in the United States amid recent concerns for the sector's broader market dominance. , a Dutch chipmaker who's components find their way into tech products all over the world and is widely considered a key benchmark for tech sector demand, posted stronger-than-expected second quarter earnings and boosted it full year outlook. "Our second quarter sales were above expectations including higher than forecasted EUV sales.
European shares hit a one-month high on Wednesday supported by currency weakness and a rally in tech stocks following well-received earning updates and a record close for the Nasdaq. The upbeat remarks from Powell, who will continue his testimony to Congress on Wednesday, lifted the dollar, which in turn helped shares in Europe's export-oriented sectors rise. "Another bullish update with Powell once again talking up the strength of the US economy could see the dollar extend its gains from Tuesday's session," said Jasper Lawler, head of research at London Capital Group.
The Veldhoven, Netherlands-based company said it had profit of $1.63 per share. The results surpassed Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of three analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research ...
ASML Holding NV, a supplier of equipment to the world's biggest chipmakers, reported better than expected second-quarter earnings and said it expected an even stronger performance for the rest of the year. The bullish forecast from the Dutch maker of lithography systems used by Intel, Samsung, and TSMC to lay out semiconductor circuits, may assuage concerns that demand for memory chips is waning, or that U.S. tariffs on China are undermining customers' confidence. "After an excellent first half of 2018, we expect the second half to be stronger, with improved profitability and continued growth from Q3 to Q4," said CEO Peter Wennink in a statement.
ASML Holding NV’s forecast for profitability beat analysts’ estimates, even though Europe’s largest semiconductor equipment maker won just one order for its newest lithography machines in the second quarter. The Dutch company forecasts a gross margin of between 47 percent and 48 percent this quarter, beating the average estimate for 44.9 percent. ASML is pushing clients including Intel Corp., Samsung Electronics Co. and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. to adopt its newest machines, called extreme ultraviolet lithography systems or EUV, which can etch smaller circuits while increasing capacity and speed.
Continued EUV progress enables ASML roadmap acceleration VELDHOVEN, the Netherlands, July 18, 2018 - ASML Holding N.V. (ASML) today publishes its 2018 second-quarter results. Q2 net sales of EUR 2.74 billion, ...
When ASML Holding NV reports second-quarter earnings tomorrow morning, investors and companies up and down the semiconductor supply chain will be keeping a watchful eye. One of the first companies in the ...
A Wall Street analyst on Monday cut his price targets on four chip gear stocks, saying the market for wafer fabrication equipment, especially for memory chips, has softened recently.
By Helen Reid and Julien Ponthus LONDON (Reuters) - European shares slid again on Thursday as China's retreating yuan exacerbated trade tensions and encouraged investors to sell risky assets and search ...
Europe's semiconductor industry is requesting more help from the European Union as it seeks to build on a tentative revival, embrace technologies such as artificial intelligence and ride out trade wars that threaten global supply chains. A 20-page report submitted to Mariya Gabriel, the EU digital affairs commissioner, requests that a research and development programme launched in 2014 be doubled to 10 billion euros ($11.7 billion) in the bloc's next seven-year budget period. The report, reviewed by Reuters, also calls for a programme allowing state support for investment projects of strategic importance to be extended beyond 2020.
By Helen Reid and Julien Ponthus LONDON (Reuters) - European shares slid further on Monday as investors on both sides of the Atlantic grew increasingly fearful of the threat of a global trade war and its ...
Here are some things going on today in the world of tech: Saboteurs of Tesla? Shares of Tesla (TSLA) are down $16.54, or 5%, to $354.29, after it was learned that Chief Executive Elon Musk sent an email Sunday night to employees warning of saboteurs within the ranks of the company. Musk said one individual was caught changing code within the company’s manufacturing computer system, and “exporting large amounts of highly sensitive Tesla data to unknown third parties,” according to a copy of the letter printed by CNBC’s Lora Kolodny, who wrote that she confirmed receipt with unnamed employees within multiple divisions of the company.
A Wall Street analyst downgrades semiconductor-equipment stocks Applied Materials and Lam Research, but upgrades ASML Holding.
Here are some things going on today in the world of tech: Debating AT&T Merger mania is on, as shares of AT&T (T) decline $1.22 in early trading, or almost 4%, to $33.13, after a federal judge yesterday approved its proposed $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner (TWX). Shares of Time Warner are up $3.97, or 4%, at $96.22. Raymond James’ Frank Louthan, who has an Outperform rating on AT&T, observes that the Justice Department could pursue an appeal.
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Several leading chip stocks posted solid gains on Tuesday as semiconductor industry groups gained favor with investors. They included ASML and STMicroelectronics.
Sweden's Atlas Copco (ATCOa.ST) expects double-digit organic order growth in its vacuum business this year helped by "enormous growth" in demand for lithium batteries and despite a rise of just 2 percent in the first quarter, the head of the unit told Reuters. The company, whose vacuum technology is used in clean rooms for manufacturing semiconductors and other products, makes about a quarter of its sales from its Vacuum Technique unit, which it has built through a series of acquisitions starting in 2014. Vacuum Technique's high exposure to the cyclical semiconductor industry, which accounts for the majority of its business, has made some investors fear the unit could be nearing the peak of the cycle.
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