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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (TSM)

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117.24+1.19 (+1.03%)
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Previous Close116.05
Open116.72
Bid117.29 x 1000
Ask117.30 x 1400
Day's Range116.27 - 117.67
52 Week Range55.66 - 142.20
Volume5,578,181
Avg. Volume9,447,381
Market Cap608.016B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.01
PE Ratio (TTM)31.47
EPS (TTM)3.72
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.81 (1.58%)
Ex-Dividend DateJun 17, 2021
1y Target Est135.72
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    UPDATE 1-Taiwan Buddhist group enters fray for BioNTech COVID vaccines

    A major Taiwanese Buddhist group said on Wednesday that it was hoping to buy 5 million doses of BioNTech SE's COVID-19 vaccine, joining Foxconn and TSMC in trying to secure vaccines for the island. Taiwan's government has millions of vaccines on order but has been hampered by global supply shortages, though Japan and the United States this month donated 3.74 million doses as the island deals with a cluster of domestic infections. The Tzu Chi Foundation said that after "initial progress" had been made in sourcing the shots, it had submitted application documents to the government to be allowed to buy 5 million BioNTech doses.

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    Taiwan Buddhist group enters fray for BioNTech COVID vaccines

    A major Taiwanese Buddhist group said on Wednesday that it was hoping to buy 5 million doses of BioNTech SE's COVID-19 vaccine, joining Foxconn and TSMC in trying to secure vaccines for the island. Taiwan's government has millions of vaccines on order but has been hampered by global supply shortages, though Japan and the United States this month donated 3.74 million doses as the island deals with a cluster of domestic infections. The Tzu Chi Foundation said that after "initial progress" had been made in sourcing the shots, it had submitted application documents to the government to be allowed to buy 5 million BioNTech doses.