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Infineon Technologies AG (IFX.DE)

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Previous Close31.61
Open31.77
Bid0.00 x 427900
Ask0.00 x 8100
Day's Range31.76 - 32.32
52 Week Range20.66 - 37.31
Volume3,456,547
Avg. Volume4,308,721
Market Cap41.706B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.52
PE Ratio (TTM)109.81
EPS (TTM)0.29
Earnings DateAug 02, 2021 - Aug 06, 2021
Forward Dividend & Yield0.22 (0.69%)
Ex-Dividend DateFeb 26, 2021
1y Target Est23.20
  • Infineon and Amber to Collaborate on Commercialization of Amber's Breakthroughs for Digital Control of Electricity in Silicon Architecture
    PR Newswire

    Infineon and Amber to Collaborate on Commercialization of Amber's Breakthroughs for Digital Control of Electricity in Silicon Architecture

    Infineon Technologies and Amber Solutions today announced an alliance on a range of silicon opportunities anchored around Amber's breakthrough digital control of electricity with embedded intelligence.

  • Chip supply situation 'still difficult' - Infineon CEO
    Reuters

    Chip supply situation 'still difficult' - Infineon CEO

    Strains in the semiconductor supply chain have worsened in some areas as trends such as remote working combine with an industrial recovery from last year's pandemic slump to drive chip demand, the head of Germany's Infineon said. The ability of chipmakers to add capacity is limited, while some in Asia face further production constraints as they seek to contain COVID-19 outbreaks in their workforces, CEO Reinhard Ploss told Reuters. "The situation is still difficult – in some areas it's even more than difficult," Ploss, 65, said in an interview.

  • U.S. Firm GlobalFoundries Invests $4 Billion in Singapore Chip Plant
    Bloomberg

    U.S. Firm GlobalFoundries Invests $4 Billion in Singapore Chip Plant

    (Bloomberg) -- GlobalFoundries Inc. will build a $4 billion chipmaking plant in Singapore slated to start in 2023, choosing Asia for the site of its latest expansion despite Biden administration calls to bring home semiconductor manufacturing.The U.S.-based company joins rivals from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. to Samsung Electronics Co. that are expanding capacity to help address a persistent shortfall of chips for everything from cars to smartphones. GlobalFoundries -- which is prepp