TSM - Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
38.52
+0.68 (+1.80%)
At close: 4:02PM EST
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Previous Close37.84
Open38.07
Bid36.54 x 4000
Ask37.84 x 2900
Day's Range37.89 - 38.57
52 Week Range35.35 - 46.57
Volume10,840,370
Avg. Volume8,563,101
Market Cap195.519B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.27
PE Ratio (TTM)17.27
EPS (TTM)2.23
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.35 (3.53%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-25
1y Target Est47.68
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  • Qualcomm Invests in Taiwan to Settle Antitrust Violation
    Market Realist3 days ago

    Qualcomm Invests in Taiwan to Settle Antitrust Violation

    In October 2017, the TFTC (Taiwan Fair Trade Commission) fined Qualcomm (QCOM) $774 million for antitrust violations. The Taiwan (EWT) FTC stated that Qualcomm did not license its modem technology to other industry players. Qualcomm appealed the fine’s amount and the calculation method, as it did not justify the revenue it had earned from Taiwan.

  • Trade Tensions Hurt These Tech Stocks Last Month
    Motley Fool4 days ago

    Trade Tensions Hurt These Tech Stocks Last Month

    Taiwan Semiconductor, Altaba, and LG Display do a lot of their business in China. It makes sense that tariffs and trade tensions should slash their stock prices, but that's still the wrong reaction in some cases.

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  • Investopedia10 days ago

    3 Chip Stocks to Buy Amid Tech’s Wild Swings

    Nvidia Corp. ( NVDA), Marvell Technology Group Ltd. ( MRVL), and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd. ( TSM), despite all being down 14% earlier closing highs, are considered diamonds-in-the-rough according to a few veteran market watchers, who see the semiconductor sector as a treacherous place to be right now, according to CNBC. Semiconductor ETFs from Van Eck Vectors Semiconductor ETF ( SMH) to the iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF ( SOXX) are negative on the year and underperforming the broader market, reflecting investors’ overall dissatisfaction with the sector. Much of that dissatisfaction is based on worries that demand for semiconductor chips maybe slowing as a tech-spending binge comes to an end.

  • Financial Times11 days ago

    [$$] US-China trade war starts to drag on Asian growth

    For months, as the trade war between the US and China escalated, other export-reliant Asia-Pacific economies watched and worried about a knock-on effect on their sales. In recent days that contagion has become real, as China’s growth slowdown hit home around the region. that it blamed on weak sales in China and the US, its two biggest overseas markets.

  • Mawer Investment Management 3rd Quarter Newsletter
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    Mawer Investment Management 3rd Quarter Newsletter

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  • Qualcomm’s Progress in the Nonmobile Business
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    Qualcomm’s Progress in the Nonmobile Business

    Qualcomm (QCOM) is diversifying its business beyond mobile chipsets and modems due to a slowdown in the smartphone market. Qualcomm has launched a headset platform that brings Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant to headphones. Qualcomm is also making image processing chips for action camera maker GoPro (GPRO).

  • GlobeNewswire15 days ago

    Investor Expectations to Drive Momentum within Exponent, Virtus Investment Partners, Equity Commonwealth, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, Donaldson, and PolyOne — Discovering Underlying Factors of Influence

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  • Chipmakers Focus Capital Spending on Advanced Manufacturing
    Market Realist15 days ago

    Chipmakers Focus Capital Spending on Advanced Manufacturing

    Intel (INTC) is facing a CPU (central processing unit) supply shortage, which came with an unexpected surge in PC and server CPU demand at a time when it’s transitioning to its 10 nm (nanometer) node. In Intel’s third-quarter earnings call, interim CEO Robert Swan stated that the company repositioned some of its 10 nm capacity to 14 nm capacity to meet customer demand. Despite those efforts, Swan said Intel won’t be able to meet all the demand for its products.

  • What Would Excite Qualcomm Investors in Q4 2018?
    Market Realist16 days ago

    What Would Excite Qualcomm Investors in Q4 2018?

    Semiconductor companies’ third-quarter earnings results have been somewhat mixed. Intel (INTC) and Xilinx reported strong earnings results, whereas TSMC, Texas Instruments, and Advanced Micro Devices reported demand weakness. The next big semiconductor earnings results will be those of mobile chip giant Qualcomm (QCOM), which is set to release its earnings results for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2018 on November 7.

  • Is Intel or Advanced Micro Devices a Better Long-Term Investment?
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    Is Intel or Advanced Micro Devices a Better Long-Term Investment?

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  • Is Semiconductor Industry Heading toward a Cyclical Downturn?
    Market Realist17 days ago

    Is Semiconductor Industry Heading toward a Cyclical Downturn?

    For the fourth quarter, Texas Instruments (TXN) guided its biggest sequential revenue decline since 2012. On its third-quarter earnings call, Dave Pahl, TXN’s head of investor relations, warned that after two years of strong growth, the semiconductor industry might see a potential cyclical downturn. Rafael Lizardi, TXN’s CFO, said it’s not clear whether the weak demand is due to a cyclical downturn or is being influenced by macro trends such as the US-China (FXI) trade war.

  • Texas Instruments’ Earnings Hit by Weak Demand
    Market Realist17 days ago

    Texas Instruments’ Earnings Hit by Weak Demand

    Texas Instruments (TXN) is no exception. It supplies analog chips and microcontrollers to a broad customer base, which makes its earnings an economic barometer by which to measure the semiconductor industry’s health. TXN reported mixed earnings and weak guidance, which raised fears among investors that the US-China trade war is starting to impact the semiconductor industry.

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  • Quartz28 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…

  • Moody's22 days ago

    Entegris Inc. -- Moody's rates new senior secured debt at Baa3 and upgrades Entegris Inc.'s ratings: CFR to Ba1, senior unsec to Ba2; outlook stable

    Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") rated Entegris Inc.'s ("Entegris") new senior secured term loan ("New Term Loan") and senior secured revolver ("Revolver") at Baa3 and upgraded the following Entegris ratings: Corporate Family Rating ("CFR") to Ba1 from Ba2, Probability of Default Rating ("PDR") to Ba1-PD from Ba2-PD, and senior unsecured rating to Ba2 from Ba3. Moody's affirmed the SGL-1 Speculative Grade Liquidity ("SGL") rating.

  • What Could Apple Achieve by Ditching Intel Chips in Macs?
    Market Realist22 days ago

    What Could Apple Achieve by Ditching Intel Chips in Macs?

    There’s growing speculation that Apple (AAPL) will abandon Intel (INTC) processors in its future Mac devices. Mac is Apple’s line of personal computers, including laptops and desktops. According to the latest note from famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple could start using non-Intel processors in Macs in 2020 or 2021.

  • Advanced Nodes Increase TSMC’s Capital Expenditure
    Market Realist22 days ago

    Advanced Nodes Increase TSMC’s Capital Expenditure

    In the previous part of the series, we saw that TSMC (TSM) has been increasing its R&D (research and development) efforts on advanced 7-nm+ (nanometer) and 5-nm process nodes. In the first three quarters of 2018, TSMC spent $6.7 billion in capital expenditure and is expected to spend $3.3 billion in the fourth quarter as it ramps up 7-nm production. For 2019, it has set aside $10 billion to $12 billion for capital expenditure, up from $10 billion in 2018.

  • AMD shares plummet after the chip giant gives weak guidance
    Yahoo Finance22 days ago

    AMD shares plummet after the chip giant gives weak guidance

    AMD's Q3 earnings beat expectations, but the chipmaker's outlook wasn't so hot.

  • How TSMC Plans to Improve Its Profit Margin in 2019
    Market Realist22 days ago

    How TSMC Plans to Improve Its Profit Margin in 2019

    In the previous part of the series, we saw that TSMC’s (TSM) gross margin is being impacted by a higher mix of the new 7-nm (nanometer) node and low-margin back-end processing. The gross margin is set to improve as 7-nm matures and the foundry shifts to premium packaging solutions. Another factor pulling down TSMC’s gross margin is the lower utilization rate of the 28-nm node due to faster-than-expected migration to the 7-nm node.

  • What Could Pull Down TSMC’s Gross Margin in the Next Few Quarters?
    Market Realist22 days ago

    What Could Pull Down TSMC’s Gross Margin in the Next Few Quarters?

    TSMC (TSM) is a pure-play foundry and bears fixed overhead costs for running its fabs (fabrication facilities). Its profitability is subject to high manufacturing yields, optimum utilization of its production capacity, and a favorable mix of technology nodes. In the third quarter, TSMC’s gross margin fell 40 basis points sequentially to 47.4%.