TSM - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
36.37
-0.47 (-1.28%)
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Previous Close36.84
Open36.50
Bid36.03 x 1800
Ask36.90 x 1400
Day's Range36.10 - 36.76
52 Week Range34.21 - 46.57
Volume13,381,677
Avg. Volume9,850,704
Market Cap183.981B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.02
PE Ratio (TTM)16.31
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.35 (3.77%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-25
1y Target EstN/A
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  • TSMC’s Process Node Strength Reflects in Its Q4 Revenue
    Market Realist3 hours ago

    TSMC’s Process Node Strength Reflects in Its Q4 Revenue

    What TSMC’s Guidance Could Mean for Semiconductor Investors(Continued from Prior Part)TSMC secures process node leadership Previously, we saw that TSMC’s (TSM) demand is slowing due to macroeconomic environment weakness. However, it is

  • TSMC Warns of Weak Demand in the First Half of 2019
    Market Realist4 hours ago

    TSMC Warns of Weak Demand in the First Half of 2019

    What TSMC’s Guidance Could Mean for Semiconductor Investors(Continued from Prior Part)TSMC’s guidance reflects semiconductor industry slowdown Previously, we saw that TSMC (TSM) has reported strong fourth-quarter earnings but has given weak

  • Intel’s 2018 and 2019 Revenues at a Glance
    Market Realist6 hours ago

    Intel’s 2018 and 2019 Revenues at a Glance

    What Investors Can Expect from Intel's Q4 Earnings(Continued from Prior Part)Revenue in 2018 Intel (INTC) reported strong revenue growth in the PC and data center spaces in the first three quarters of 2018. It witnessed strong demand in the fourth

  • Could TSMC’s Guidance Mark the Start of a Semiconductor Slowdown?
    Market Realist6 hours ago

    Could TSMC’s Guidance Mark the Start of a Semiconductor Slowdown?

    What TSMC’s Guidance Could Mean for Semiconductor InvestorsTSMC’s fourth-quarter revenue TSMC (TSM), the world’s largest foundry, earns revenue by manufacturing chips for other chipmakers on its manufacturing nodes. On January 17, the foundry

  • Why the First Half of 2019 Will Be Tough for Intel
    Market Realist9 hours ago

    Why the First Half of 2019 Will Be Tough for Intel

    What Investors Can Expect from Intel's Q4 EarningsHow was 2018 for Intel? Last year was a strong one for Intel (INTC) from an earnings perspective but a weak one from a stock performance perspective. The company is set to report all-time record

  • Financial Times20 hours ago

    [$$] China’s ability to make computer chips still ‘years behind’ industry leaders

    When Huawei released its latest chip set in Shenzhen this month, the state-run Global Times newspaper hailed the “groundbreaking” development as a “boost” for China’s domestic chipmaking industry, “often portrayed as overly reliant on foreign suppliers”. Semiconductor sector analysts believe that China’s best chipmakers are as much as a decade behind their international rivals. “It is going to be a long time before you have a domestic Chinese foundry that is going to be able to compete with either Samsung or TSMC,” said E Jan Vardaman, president of US-based consultancy TechSearch International, referring to the factories that make chips for other companies.

  • Why This Apple Supplier Expects Anemic Growth in 2019
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    Why This Apple Supplier Expects Anemic Growth in 2019

    High inventories and a macroeconomic slowdown are taking their toll.

  • Benzinga4 days ago

    Apple Bull Weighs Impact Of Taiwan Semiconductor Guidance Cut, Battery Replacement

    TSMC, which supplies processors for iPhones, guided to a 22-percent quarter-over-quarter decline and a 13-14-percent year-over-year drop in Q1 revenue to a range of $7.3 billion to $7.4 billion, Daryanani said in a Thursday note. Apple sold about 11 million iPhone batteries in 2018, notably ahead of the 1-2 million that were expected. Reports of slower hiring at Apple, if true, are a prudent move, he said.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Intel's Tough Act to Follow

    TSMC has been making Intel’s life difficult lately, so a small reprieve is welcome—even if it is to be short-lived. Company pulled ahead of Intel last year in production technology used to shrink the size of microprocessors. TSMC also is producing the latest line of server processors for Advanced Micro Devices that will compete directly with Intel in this key market.

  • TSM Stock Wavers As Contract Chipmaker Offers Weak Outlook
    Investor's Business Daily5 days ago

    TSM Stock Wavers As Contract Chipmaker Offers Weak Outlook

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Thursday posted in-line sales for the fourth quarter, but its revenue guidance for the current quarter was well below views. TSM stock fell on the news.

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    Takeaways for Apple, Intel and Others from Taiwan Semi's Earnings and Guidance

    On Thursday morning, TSMC, easily the world's biggest chip contract manufacturer (foundry), reported Q4 revenue of NT$289.77 billion (up 4% annually and equal to $9.39 billion) and EPS of $0.63. More importantly, for the seasonally softer first quarter, TSMC guided for revenue of $7.3 billion to $7.4 billion. For the whole of 2019, TSMC -- citing a "slowing economic environment" -- now expects its revenue will only "grow slightly." The pre-earnings consensus was for revenue to grow about 6% in dollars.

  • Netflix Earnings Preview and Results from MS, TSM, FAST, & PPG
    Zacks5 days ago

    Netflix Earnings Preview and Results from MS, TSM, FAST, & PPG

    Ryan McQueeney recaps earnings results from industry bellwethers Morgan Stanley, Taiwan Semi, Fastenal, and PPG. Later, he previews the upcoming earnings report of video streaming giant Netflix.

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    Semiconductor Slowdown Scare Could Be Shortsighted

    poor forecast to kick of 2019 threatened to sink semiconductor stocks lower on Thursday, but analysts and investors are still standing by their long term value. Notably, semiconductor spend has nearly doubled in the automotive industry from 2014 to 2019.

  • TSMC’s Q1 Guidance Anticipates Its Steepest Revenue Fall in Years
    Market Realist5 days ago

    TSMC’s Q1 Guidance Anticipates Its Steepest Revenue Fall in Years

    TSMC's Q1 Guidance Anticipates Its Steepest Revenue Fall in YearsTSMC’s unexpected earnings guidance The semiconductor earnings season began with an unpleasant surprise. On January 17, TSMC (TSM), the world’s largest foundry and the sole

  • Barrons.com5 days ago

    Taiwan Semiconductor Gives Gloomy Outlook on Smartphone Demand

    The world’s largest semiconductor foundry company gave guidance on Thursday significantly below consensus, sparking worries about the severity of the chip industry downturn.

  • MarketWatch5 days ago

    Taiwan Semi stock falls after outlook misses expectations

    Shares of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. are down 0.4% in Thursday morning trading after the company reported December-quarter results that topped expectations but delivered a disappointing outlook for the March period. Taiwan Semi projected $7.3 billion to $7.4 billion in March-quarter revenue, significantly below the $8.5 billion consensus estimate listed on FactSet. Issues with high-end smartphones, including Apple Inc.'s iPhone, are weighing on the company, Evercore ISI analyst C.J. Muse wrote. This is "amplified by an inventory digestion which is expected to persist until mid-2019," he said. Analysts remain uncertain about the timing of a semiconductor recovery. Shares of Taiwan Semi have dropped 17.7% in the past 12 months, as the S&P 500 has fallen 6.7% and the PHLX Semiconductor Index has lost 13.4%.

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    Taiwan Semiconductor Sales Forecast Hammers Chipmakers as Apple Warning Ripples

    , an Anglo-German chipmaker listed in Frankfurt whose power-management chip technology was recently licensed to Apple in a 600 million deal, fell 1% to €22.18 each. , which designs facial recognition sensors thought to be used in Apple's iPhones, fel 4.61% to €23.60 each while Apple shares were marked 0.77% lower to $153.74 each in New York. Apple's shock sales warning earlier this month, which it pegged to slowing demand in China, was echoed by its main rival Samsung, which said fourth quarter profits would likely come in at around 10.8 trillion Korean won ($9.67 billion), well shy of the market consensus of 13.2 trillion won, with sales falling 11% to 59 trillion won.

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    Taiwan Semiconductor Slides as Smartphone Slowdown Spreads Pain to Semis

    is sliding and is causing the shares of other semiconductor companies to slip along with it after a downbeat forecast of what lies ahead for the company, and likely the sector. were down about 2% before Thursday's opening bell after Taiwan Semiconductor officials voiced concern about the sharp slowdown in global smartphone demand, something Apple itself suggested in its pre-release earlier this month. "Moving into first quarter 2019, we anticipate our business will be dampened by the overall weakening of the macroeconomic outlook, mobile product seasonality and high levels of inventory in the semiconductor supply chain," Taiwan Semiconductor CFO Lora Ho told analysts in a conference call from the company's Hsinchu, Taiwan, headquarters.

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    Taiwan Semiconductor Was Down a Lot Even Before Bearish Guidance: What's Next?

    reported fourth-quarter results largely in line with estimates. In the daily bar chart of TSM, below, we can see that prices have been under selling pressure for much of the past year and touched a new low for the move down earlier this month. Prices are below the declining 50-day moving average line and the bearish 200-day line.

  • Investing.com5 days ago

    MarketPulse: Western Digital Dives as Analysts Sound Alarm Bell on Earnings

    Investing.com – Western Digital fell on Thursday, stifling gains in semiconductors after Wall Street turned bearish on the data-storage company on worries over upcoming earnings and guidance.

  • Apple supplier TSMC predicts sharp revenue drop as iPhone decline hits
    The Telegraph6 days ago

    Apple supplier TSMC predicts sharp revenue drop as iPhone decline hits

    Semiconductor market bellwether Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has forecast a sharp drop in sales growth as a global slowdown eats away at smartphone companies and technology firms.

  • TSMC offers gloomy revenue forecast, slams chipmaker shares
    Reuters6 days ago

    TSMC offers gloomy revenue forecast, slams chipmaker shares

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC) cut full-year investment and forecast its sharpest quarterly revenue fall in a decade, joining a string of tech companies warning of a slowdown in global smartphone demand. The downbeat forecast by TSMC, a proxy for global tech demand as its clients include Apple Inc, Qualcomm and Huawei Technologies [HWT.UL], bodes ill for its peers and suppliers such as Intel Corp, Nvidia and ASML which are set to report results in coming weeks. Investors are already fretting about a global tech slowdown after warnings from Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and Apple, which earlier this month cut its quarterly sales forecast due to poor iPhone demand in China.

  • TSMC offers gloomy revenue forecast, slams chipmaker shares
    Reuters6 days ago

    TSMC offers gloomy revenue forecast, slams chipmaker shares

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC) cut full-year investment and forecast its sharpest quarterly revenue fall in a decade, joining a string of tech companies warning of a slowdown in global smartphone demand. The downbeat forecast by TSMC, a proxy for global tech demand as its clients include Apple Inc, Qualcomm and Huawei Technologies [HWT.UL], bodes ill for its peers and suppliers such as Intel Corp, Nvidia and ASML which are set to report results in coming weeks. Investors are already fretting about a global tech slowdown after warnings from Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and Apple, which earlier this month cut its quarterly sales forecast due to poor iPhone demand in China.

  • TSMC's Dismal Outlook Muddies Picture for iPhone Demand
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    TSMC's Dismal Outlook Muddies Picture for iPhone Demand

    It predicted a gross margin at least 2.5 percentage points below projections. TSMC is showing the strains of the plateauing smartphone market as Apple, its biggest customer, slashed its sales outlook and other vendors grapple with weaker demand ahead of new fifth-generation wireless networks. While the Hsinchu, Taiwan-based company is counting on high-performance computing to drive future growth, it’s grappling with a slide in cryptocurrency chips and challenges surrounding another client, Huawei Technologies Co.

  • Thought 2018 Was Ugly for Tech? It’s Only Getting Worse
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    Thought 2018 Was Ugly for Tech? It’s Only Getting Worse

    The outlook from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Thursday in Taipei paints a dire picture that will persist at least through the middle of this year. At the time, I noted that inventories in the hardware supply chain had climbed to pre-crisis levels. Data from TSMC show stockpiles only continued to grow. In October, when TSMC reported third-quarter numbers, CEO C.C. Wei played down inventory concerns, forecasting a return to normalcy by the end of the fourth quarter.