TSM - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
38.45
-0.09 (-0.23%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close38.54
Open39.16
Bid0.00 x 1000
Ask38.59 x 3200
Day's Range38.34 - 39.32
52 Week Range35.35 - 46.57
Volume11,266,228
Avg. Volume7,385,192
Market Cap194.402B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.91
PE Ratio (TTM)17.20
EPS (TTM)2.23
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.35 (3.47%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-25
1y Target Est47.68
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  • Quartz2 days ago

    Apple isn’t the only company raking in billions from the new iPhones

    Smartphones have become one of the biggest drivers of revenue for companies making the chips that power modern technology. Possibly the best example of this can be found in Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), now the primary supplier of Apple’s mobile chips. This week, the company reported that its new 7-nanometer chip technology, most notably…

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  • TheStreet.com3 days ago

    Taiwan Semi's Sales Outlook: Good News for Apple, Mixed Bag for Others

    On Thursday morning, TSMC reported Q3 revenue of NT$260.35 billion (up 3% annually and equal to $8.49 billion) and EPS of $0.56. On Thursday, TSMC shares fell 2.6% to $38.54, amid a 2.1% drop for the Nasdaq. Here are some thoughts on the implications of TSMC's outlook and commentary for some of its top customers, and for the chip industry at-large.

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    Will Apple Really Switch Macs Off Intel Chips in 2020?

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  • TSMC's Troubles Piling Up Show Risk for Global Tech
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    TSMC's Troubles Piling Up Show Risk for Global Tech

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. was forced to cut its 2018 revenue forecast for the third time this year after previously blaming weakness in smartphones and cryptocurrency mining. CFO Lora Ho once again pointed to crypto but this time added “inventory management by our customers” to the list of troubles facing the company. This adds to the ongoing saga of TSMC’s exposure to cryptocurrency mining, although the company has declined to say how much it makes from the sector.

  • TSMC's Troubles Piling Up Show Risk for Global Tech
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    TSMC's Troubles Piling Up Show Risk for Global Tech

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. was forced to cut its 2018 revenue forecast for the third time this year after previously blaming weakness in smartphones and cryptocurrency mining. CFO Lora Ho once again pointed to crypto but this time added “inventory management by our customers” to the list of troubles facing the company. This adds to the ongoing saga of TSMC’s exposure to cryptocurrency mining, although the company has declined to say how much it makes from the sector.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    TSMC sees modest fourth-quarter revenue growth, shrugs off trade war impact

    By Jess Macy Yu and Yimou Lee TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) offered a modest fourth-quarter revenue growth outlook, predicting weaker sales of high-performance computers ...

  • TSMC sees modest fourth quarter revenue growth, shrugs off trade war impact
    Reuters4 days ago

    TSMC sees modest fourth quarter revenue growth, shrugs off trade war impact

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co offered a modest fourth-quarter revenue growth outlook, predicting weaker sales of high-performance computers for cryptocurrency mining will partially offset solid ...

  • TheStreet.com4 days ago

    TSMC Posts Modest Q3 Profit Decline, Issues Cautiously Optimistic 2018 Guidance

    iPhones, posted a modest decline in third quarter profits Thursday, but offered a cautiously optimistic outlook for the sector over the near-term and said the U.S.-China trade war would have only a "minimal" impact on its global business. TSMC said net profit for the three months ending in September fell 0.9% to T$89.07 billion ($2.9 billion), as revenues rose 1.9% to $8.5 billion and both figures came in largely on par with analysts' forecast. The group's fourth-quarter outlook, however, was modestly softer, with fourth quarter revenues projections of between $9.35 million and $9.45 million over the key holiday season, which usually sees a big uptick in iPhone sales from TSMC's biggest and most important customer.

  • TSMC's Sales Outlook Falls Short as Smartphone Demand Stalls
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    TSMC's Sales Outlook Falls Short as Smartphone Demand Stalls

    TSMC, which is also struggling with a slowdown in cryptocurrency mining demand, is expecting sales of $9.35 billion to $9.45 billion this quarter, lagging the $9.55 billion average estimate. For 2019, Taiwan’s largest company also foresees a possible bump in spending -- key to retaining its technological edge -- to as much as $12 billion. While TSMC remains the exclusive maker of iPhone processors, it’s tackling a smartphone market that’s seeing little growth as customers take longer to replace devices and brands fail to create innovative designs.

  • Apple IPhone Helps Give TSMC an Instant Hit
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Apple IPhone Helps Give TSMC an Instant Hit

    One downside is to profitability, as the high costs of a new manufacturing technology generally hit gross margin. TSMC doesn’t like to talk about clients, but Apple Inc. is a primary customer. This quick adoption of its newer technology lends support to TSMC’s strategy of spending big to remain at the bleeding edge, even when that means annual capex budgets surpass $10 billion.

  • TSMC sees modest Q4 revenue growth, shrugs off trade war impact
    Reuters4 days ago

    TSMC sees modest Q4 revenue growth, shrugs off trade war impact

    By Jess Macy Yu and Yimou Lee TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) offered a modest fourth-quarter revenue growth outlook, predicting weaker sales of high-performance computers ...

  • Benzinga4 days ago

    A Preview Of Taiwan Semiconductor's Q3 Earnings

    Taiwan Semiconductor (NYSE: TSM ) unveils its next round of earnings Thursday. Get prepared with Benzinga's ultimate preview for Taiwan Semiconductor's Q3 earnings. Earnings and Revenue Wall Street analysts ...

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    Why Is 2019 an Important Year for Intel Investors?

    In the previous part of this series, we saw that Intel’s (INTC) delay in the launch of the 10 nm (nanometer) node could put it behind rival Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (or TSMC) (TSM) in terms of technology. For years, Intel has been the leader in the manufacturing technology node. It was this technological advantage that helped Intel gain market share and command a high price for its products.

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    When Will Intel Launch Its 10-Nanometer Products?

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  • Taiwan Semi (TSM) to Report Q3 Earnings: What to Expect
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    Taiwan Semi (TSM) to Report Q3 Earnings: What to Expect

    Taiwan Semi's (TSM) third-quarter results are likely to benefit from 7 NM technology ramp-up. However, weakening cryptocurrency prices remain overhangs.

  • GuruFocus.com9 days ago

    Seafarer Capital Partners, LLC Buys Alibaba Group Holding, Sells Infosys, Bank Bradesco SA, ...

    Investment company Seafarer Capital Partners, LLC buys Alibaba Group Holding, sells Infosys, Bank Bradesco SA, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co during the 3-months ended 2018-09-30, according to the ...

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