DLG.F - Dialog Semiconductor Plc

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38.80
-0.20 (-0.51%)
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Previous Close39.00
Open39.12
Bid39.02 x 100000
Ask39.11 x 100000
Day's Range38.68 - 39.50
52 Week Range14.79 - 39.50
Volume2,252
Avg. Volume2,452
Market Cap2.957B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.78
PE Ratio (TTM)21.45
EPS (TTM)1.81
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est34.16
  • Dialog Weighs Acquisitions Following Apple Deal
    Bloomberg9 months ago

    Dialog Weighs Acquisitions Following Apple Deal

    Nov.01 -- Jalal Bagherli, chief executive officer of Dialog Semiconductor Plc, discusses possible acquisitions following the chip designer's $600 million deal with Apple Inc. for licensing its power management technology. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."

  • Dialog Semiconductor raises second-quarter profit outlook
    Reuters6 days ago

    Dialog Semiconductor raises second-quarter profit outlook

    Anglo-German chip designer Dialog Semiconductor on Wednesday raised its second-quarter earnings outlook, citing strong revenue and gains from a transfer of assets to iPhone maker Apple. The operating profit includes $28 million in one-offs, including $16 million on the transfer of assets to Apple and $12 million from non-recurring engineering contracts. Dialog completed a $600 million deal in April to transfer programmers and patents to Apple.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Dialog Semi declines comment on Huawei shipments

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Anglo-German chip designer Dialog Semiconductor declined to comment on Monday when asked whether its shipments to Huawei had been affected following a crackdown on the Chinese company ...

  • CNBC2 months ago

    Apple chip supplier says China's smartphone market is picking up

    In an interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box Europe" Thursday, Dialog Semiconductor CEO Jalal Bagherli expressed optimism in his outlook for the Chinese mobile phone market. Dialog signed a $600 million licensing deal with Apple last year. China's smartphone market is set to rebound after a soft first-quarter, according to the CEO of Apple AAPL supplier Dialog Semiconductor DLG-DE .

  • Bloomberg2 months ago

    Dialog Still Winning Apple Deals as It Looks to Spend Cash Pile

    Dialog currently has cash and cash equivalents of $690 million on its balance sheet, after signing a $600 million deal with Apple in October to license Dialog’s power management technology and acquire certain assets, including more than 300 staff. "We have a pile of cash, and part of it will be used to fund acquisitions," Jalal Bagherli, chief executive officer of Dialog, said in an interview with Bloomberg on Thursday. Despite the loss of a power management contract, Dialog has been awarded new business from Apple for the development and supply of other mixed-signal integrated circuits, revenue from which will be generated over the course of the next three years.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Dialog Semi sees revenue growth resuming as China slump fades

    Anglo-German chip designer Dialog Semiconductor on Thursday forecast a recovery in demand after sales of its rapid-charge products were affected in the first quarter by weak demand in China. CEO Jalal Bagherli said he expected a sequential rise in revenue in the second quarter, and that the second half would be stronger than the first, as weakness in China faded towards the end of the first quarter.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Dialog Semi expands into Internet of Things with Silicon Motion deal

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Chip designer Dialog Semiconductor said it would acquire Silicon Motion's mobile communications business for $45 million in cash, expanding its presence in the market for low-power ...

  • Dialog Semiconductor, smaller after Apple deal, targets new growth areas
    Reuters5 months ago

    Dialog Semiconductor, smaller after Apple deal, targets new growth areas

    Dialog Semiconductor is targeting new growth opportunities from home healthcare to gaming consoles following a $600 million deal to cut its exposure to Apple, CEO Jalal Bagherli told Reuters on Wednesday. The Anglo-German chip designer struck the deal in October with Apple, which accounts for three-quarters of its revenue, helping it to weather an iPhone sales downturn better than other suppliers to the smartphone maker. Dialog said the business that will remain after it transfers a team of programmers and patents to Apple should show strong growth in 2019, weighted towards the second half.

  • Apple Supplier Dialog Expects Revenue Fall Despite Strong 2018
    Bloomberg5 months ago

    Apple Supplier Dialog Expects Revenue Fall Despite Strong 2018

    The British chipmaker said revenue from sales of its power-management technology would fall "by single-digital percentage points." In October, Apple signed a $600 million deal with Dialog to license the U.K. chip designer’s power management technology and acquire certain assets, including more than 300 staff. The agreement with Apple came almost a year after Dialog warned investors that its major customer could start designing its own power-management chips. Dialog relies on Apple for about three-quarters of its revenue, predominantly through the supply of chips that handle charging and manage power in smartphones.

  • Apple iPhone chip supplier Dialog reports revenue results at low end of expected range
    CNBC6 months ago

    Apple iPhone chip supplier Dialog reports revenue results at low end of expected range

    The shortfall stands as another indication of Apple's smartphone slowdown.

  • Apple supplier Dialog Semi weathers iPhone slump to hit revenue target
    Reuters6 months ago

    Apple supplier Dialog Semi weathers iPhone slump to hit revenue target

    Chip designer Dialog Semiconductor said on Monday that it managed to hit its fourth-quarter revenue guidance despite a slump in iPhone sales at its main customer Apple. Shares in the Anglo-German company jumped 4 percent as investors credited the company's resilience at a time when other Apple suppliers have slashed or missed their targets. The shares had fallen in early trade after Dialog said unaudited preliminary sales came in at $431 million in the fourth quarter, the low end of a guidance range of $430 million-$470 million, but they rebounded on the broader view that Dialog had weathered Apple's recent sales slowdown well.

  • Reuters6 months ago

    European shares in reverse after shock China data; luxury stocks fall

    China's surprisingly weak trade data brought a four-day rally in European shares to a halt on Monday, with luxury goods and technology stocks leading the drop as investors fretted about slowing global growth and weaker-than-expected earnings. The pan-European STOXX 600 was down 0.6 percent at 0833 GMT, reversing some of last week's gains which saw the index hit a one-month high. Luxury goods retailers, which rely on appetite for handbags and jewellery from China's burgeoning middle class, bore the brunt of the selling.

  • GlobeNewswire9 months ago

    Teradyne Named Best Automatic Test Equipment Supplier for 2018 by Dialog Semiconductor

    Teradyne, Inc. (TER), a leading supplier of automated test solutions, announced that it has received the Best Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) Supplier Award for 2018 from Dialog Semiconductor plc (XETRA:DLG), a fabless provider of highly integrated power management, AC/DC power conversion, charging, and Bluetooth low energy technology. Dialog Semiconductor is a longtime user of the Teradyne UltraFLEX Test System, Teradyne’s flagship ATE system that is optimized for high-performance digital device and system on chip (SoC) testing. UltraFLEX testers have the speed, coverage, power and precision required to test complex SoCs with superior economics and fast time to market.

  • CNBC9 months ago

    Apple chip partner says its 'carefully' monitoring the US-China trade war

    Dialog Semiconductor CEO Jalal Bagherli noted that many companies in the electronics space have supply chain exposure to China. Dialog Semiconductor DLG-DE , the Anglo-German chipmaker that Apple AAPL is injecting $600 million into , is "carefully" monitoring the brewing trade conflict between the U.S. and China, its CEO said Friday. Jalal Bagherli noted that many companies in the electronics space have supply chain exposure to China, but added that there were no current signs pointing to an impact on Dialog's business operations.

  • TheStreet.com9 months ago

    Apple's Acquisitions in 2018 Play on Some Familiar Themes

    In spite of tax reform, Apple has stuck to making smaller technology and talent-focused M&A deals this year.

  • Apple's Vertical Integration Spree Continues
    Motley Fool9 months ago

    Apple's Vertical Integration Spree Continues

    Dialog loses the main PMIC spots in future iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch devices.

  • Apple gets critical iPhone technology in $600 million Dialog deal
    Reuters9 months ago

    Apple gets critical iPhone technology in $600 million Dialog deal

    SAN FRANCISCO/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Apple Inc (AAPL.O) is taking control over the power-management technology at the heart of its iPhones in a $600 million deal with Dialog Semiconductor (DLGS.DE) that also secures the German-listed company's role as a supplier to the U.S. tech giant. The agreement to license technology and take on people from the Anglo-German chip designer is not only unusual, but also the largest of its kind by Apple, whose last sizeable acquisition was the $350 million purchase of Face ID creator PrimeSense in 2013. Dialog shares surged as much as 34 percent on Thursday, their most since 2002, as the deal bought the company time to reduce its dependence on Apple - which it expects to account for three-quarters of this year's sales.

  • TheStreet.com9 months ago

    Stock Market Selloff, Tech Rout, Apple and Elon Musk - 5 Things You Must Know

    U.S. stock futures were down sharply on Thursday, Oct. 11, and global stocks fell dramatically after the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted 831 points on Wednesday, Oct. 10, the S&P 500 dived 3.3% and the Nasdaq sank 4.1% in its worst day of the year after tech stocks went into a tailspin. Both the Dow and S&P 500 on Wednesday logged their largest losses on a percentage basis since Feb. 8. For the month, the Nasdaq has fallen 7.8%.