|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||38.82 - 39.54|
|52 Week Range||32.49 - 46.57|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.27|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.16 (2.70%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Apr.19 -- Matthews Asia Investment Strategist Andy Rothman discusses why a trade war with China would be risky for Trump's political interests. He speaks with Bloomberg's Haidi Lun on "Bloomberg Markets."
Apr.19 -- Taiwan Semiconductor is on course for its biggest intraday decline since the middle of 2013. The plunge comes after the chipmaker forecasts sales for the current quarter at $1 billion less than what analysts were expecting. Bloomberg's Debby Wu reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Chip stocks tanked Thursday as investors weighed a lowered outlook for the sector from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing and other negative data points.
Stock market index funds sold off Friday and fell below their 50-day moving average as Apple offset a big gain from General Electric in the Dow.
Stocks rallied early in the week on rising oil prices and Netflix earnings. But they erased almost of their gains on chip warnings and Apple iPhone fears.
issued a weak forecast, and a report from Morgan Stanley said iPhone sales for the June quarter will disappoint. (Apple, Schlumberger and Honeywell are holdings in Jim Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS Charitable Trust Portfolio. Want to be alerted before Cramer buys or sells the stocks?
Apple Inc.'s ( AAPL) stock has come back into the spotlight with worries about iPhone demand suddenly resurfacing. It has lead to analysts trimming their estimates for Apple and the stock falling nearly 7% and almost $60 billion wiped off its market cap since April 19. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. ( TSM) issued second-quarter revenue guidance that came in lighter than analysts had been forecasting, due to weak smartphone demand. The recent developments have caused shares of Apple and many of its suppliers to fall sharply.
It was chipmakers’ turn behind the tech woodshed this week, as investors punished shares of the leading producers of computer hardware.
Apple Inc. fell for the third day after analysts at Morgan Stanley cut their forecasts for iPhone shipments, adding to concern about the tech giant’s primary source of revenue ahead of quarterly earnings in May. Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty lowered her projections for iPhone shipments by 1 million in the quarter ending in March and 6 million for the current quarter. Huberty now sees shipments for fiscal 2018 of 210 million, down from an earlier estimate of 217 million.
Taiwan Semi's (TSM) Q1 earnings miss estimates but revenues grow year over year on the back of increased demand from cryptocurrency mining.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. built out its next-generation 7-nanometer manufacturing technology, N7+, with iPhones in mind.
Semiconductor stocks and the related exchange traded funds sold off Thursday after Taiwan Semiconductor (NYSE: TSM) issued a bearish forecast, including a warning on smartphone demand. “TSMC, the world’s ...
A note from Mirabaud analyst Neil Campling suggests Apple is going to kill the iPhone X, but Apple has said it's the most successful iPhone it's currently selling.
An analyst suggests Apple is killing the iPhone X because there's a surplus of chips. Apple may replace the iPhone X, but if so, it's likely because a new flagship model is coming not because consumers aren't interested in the current phone. It might be true that the phone will be upgraded, but it's not "dead." Instead, I think what we're seeing is more of a reflection of Apple's new strategy in response to slowing growth in the phone market.
Weak guidance from top Apple suppliers suggests the iPhone X could be discontinued, according to Mirabaud analyst Neil Campling.
Apple's iPhone X is likely to be discontinued this year, Mirabaud analyst Neil Campling said. Weak guidance from a top Apple supplier Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, and the likely knock-on effect to 3-D sensing technology maker AMS, suggests Apple is not buying components for the iPhone X. "With the declines in iPhone X orders and the inventory issue at TSMC at record highs which basically reflect a need to burn off inventory.
Asia-Pacific stock markets traded lower Friday after two days of broad gains, with technology stocks leading the way following a downbeat outlook from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.
Taiwan Semiconductor is on course for its biggest intraday decline since the middle of 2013. The plunge comes after the chipmaker forecasts sales for the current quarter at $1 billion less than what analysts ...
Shares of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd tumbled and other Apple supplier and chip stocks fell after it cut its full-year revenue target on softer demand for smartphones. Apple is believed to account for nearly 20 percent of the Taiwanese company's revenue. Barclays said on Thursday some Apple suppliers will likely see choppiness into June due to weakness in handset sales, while Mizuho Securities USA said it sees limited upside to 2018 iPhone unit shipment estimates.