58.79 0.00 (0.00%)
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|Bid||58.55 x 800|
|Ask||59.00 x 1800|
|Day's Range||58.31 - 59.20|
|52 Week Range||48.56 - 69.28|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Jul 25, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.48 (4.14%)|
|1y Target Est||61.61|
Jun.20 -- Xiaomi Corp. is said to have set tentative terms for a Hong Kong IPO of up to $6.1 billion, as Qualcomm and China Mobile show an interest in investing in the offering. Bloomberg's Edward Chan reports on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Just when it looked like a trade war between the United States and China was going to be averted, another skirmish flared up, inciting a chain reaction. It was a heavy-handed response to new tariffs on U.S. goods shipped to China announced this weekend, which was in response to an announcement of new tariffs on a different $50 billion worth of goods shipped from China to the United States.
The Schall Law Firm, a national shareholder rights litigation firm, announces the filing of a class action lawsuit against QUALCOMM Incorporated (“QUALCOMM” or ''the Company'') (NASDAQ: QCOM) for violations of §§10(b) and 20(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rule 10b-5 promulgated thereunder by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Investors who purchased the Company's shares between January 31, 2018 and March 12, 2018, inclusive (the ''Class Period''), are encouraged to contact the firm before August 7, 2018. We also encourage you to contact Brian Schall, or Sherin Mahdavian, of the Schall Law Firm, 1880 Century Park East, Suite 404, Los Angeles, CA 90067, at 424-303-1964, to discuss your rights free of charge.
To: All persons or entities who purchased or otherwise acquired securities of QUALCOMM Incorporated ("Qualcomm") (QCOM) between January 31, 2018 and March 12, 2018. You are hereby notified that a securities class action lawsuit has been commenced in the United States District Court for the Southern District of California.
Remarkably, these market groups have held close to their 2018 highs in the second quarter, with investors betting that political posturing will yield fruitful negotiations. U.S. chipmakers stand to lose worldwide market share in a trade war because they're deeply embedded within Chinese technology products. For Skyworks Solutions, Inc ( SWKS), 83% of sales now come from China, with Qualcomm Incorporated ( QCOM) at 64% and Qorvo, Inc. ( QRVO), formed by the merger of TriQuint Semiconductor and RF Micro Devices, at 62%.
Given that China accounts for a large portion of revenues for a number of U.S. tech companies, which include chipmakers, mobile phones and technology-based service providers, there are high chances of these players suffering significantly.
Xiaomi Corp. is said to have set tentative terms for a Hong Kong IPO of up to $6.1 billion, as Qualcomm and China Mobile show an interest in investing in the offering. Bloomberg's Edward Chan reports on ...
Boy, does this President ever think China is a paper tiger. Think about it. We import $500 billion from the Chinese. You put tariffs on $400 billion on top of the $50 billion, you are pretty much targeting everything.
Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, reminds purchasers of Qualcomm Incorporated securities from January 31, 2018 and March 12, 2018, both dates inclusive of the important August 7, 2018 lead plaintiff deadline in the class action.
ZTE agreed to pay a $1 billion penalty and put the $400 million in an escrow account in a U.S. bank as part of a settlement agreement reached on June 7 to allow it to once again do business with U.S. suppliers. The escrow account is designed to allow the United States to obtain the money in case ZTE violates the settlement.
(Note:The author of this fundamental analysis is a financial writer and portfolio manager. He and his clients own shares of NXPI.) Shares of Qualcomm Inc. ( QCOM) have had a terrible start to 2018, falling over 9%.
Chip stocks are being dumped. fell 1.70%, 1.60%, 3.20% and 2.60% respectively in morning trading Tuesday as broader markets tumbled on concern about the United States' deteriorating trade relationship with China. Computer chip makers were among the most affected by the rout, as they are highly vulnerable to increased tariffs from China.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is not longer some strange, unknowable concept. Instead it has integrated itself almost seamlessly into consumer products. Headphones, smartwatches, smart speakers, and security systems all need short-range radios, with standards like Bluetooth, WiFi and Zigbee.
By threatening to expand US tariffs on Chinese goods on Monday, President Donald Trump greatly increased the chances of Beijing responding with non-tariff measures. — roughly twice what the US ships to China every year — will trigger responses such as ad hoc regulatory probes of US companies by Chinese authorities. At the time, Chinese customs denied any ulterior motive, saying the measures were “consistent with international practice”.
NEW YORK, June 18, 2018-- The Klein Law Firm announces that class action complaints have been filed on behalf of shareholders of the following companies. If you suffered a loss you have until the lead ...
The law firm of Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP announces that it has filed an investor class action lawsuit against QUALCOMM Incorporated (QCOM) (“QUALCOMM”) alleging securities fraud violations on behalf of investors who purchased QUALCOMM’s securities between January 31, 2018 and March 12, 2018, inclusive (the “Class Period”). Deadline Reminder: Investors who purchased QUALCOMM securities during the Class Period may, no later than August 7, 2018, seek to be appointed as a lead plaintiff representative of the class. QUALCOMM develops and commercializes “foundational technologies and products used in mobile devices and other wireless products.” QUALCOMM derives revenues principally from the sale of integrated circuit products and the licensing of intellectual property.
Semiconductor manufacturers have enjoyed rapid sales growth and soaring stock prices, but the good times are threatened by the mounting trade war between the U.S. and China. In particular, most chips imported to the U.S. from China are actually designed by U.S.-based companies that outsource production there, or use Chinese firms for final assembly and testing, as reported by The Wall Street Journal. Tariffs on imports from China, as well as restrictions on transfers of technology to China, are likely to hit these U.S.-based semiconductor companies hard: Intel Corp. ( INTC), Qualcomm Inc. ( QCOM), Texas Instruments Inc. ( TXN), Applied Materials Inc. ( AMAT) and Lam Research Corp. ( LRCX).
The testimony by staffers with the U.S. International Trade Commission could sway a judge in the case to impose a partial ban on iPhone imports to the U.S.
Dow Jones futures fell Monday. Five chip stocks are near buy points: Micron Technology, Texas Instruments, Broadcom, ASML and Entegris. Micron reports earnings this week.
Donald Trump, but Beijing remains desperate to end its reliance on foreign chipmakers. It has already committed $150bn to build its domestic semiconductor industry over the next decade via the Made in China 2025 development programme. “The motivation [in China] is pretty clear,” said ANZ chief China economist Raymond Yeung.
Investors have woken up to the value chips play in the global technology revolution. The administration later barred U.S. chip makers from supplying Chinese equipment maker ZTE on similar grounds, which may or may not have led to China dragging its feet on the approval of Qualcomm’s bid to buy NXP. China has loudly broadcast its ambitions to become a major player in semiconductors beyond simply making them.
NEW ORLEANS and LOS ANGELES, June 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC ("KSF") and KSF partner, former Attorney General of Louisiana , Charles C. Foti, Jr. , remind investors that ...
The San Diego chipmaker filed a complaint against Apple nearly a year ago, asking the commission to ban the import of iPhones containing rival chipmaker Intel Corp's (INTC.O) so-called modem chips, which help mobile phones connect to wireless data networks. At a trial in Washington that started on Friday, the ITC staff said Apple violated one of Qualcomm's patents around battery-saving technology.