Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd. (TSM) News

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd. (TSM)

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Nvidia Vs. Intel: The Semi Battle Of The Decade

Investment Thesis For investors in semiconductor companies, there is a series of events unfolding that they may pay attention to. Intel (INTC) and Nvidia (NVDA), two of the largest companies of high-performance silicon, are on firm collision course. This means competition, which means changes in the landscape could and likely...

Arne Verheyde on Seeking Alpha | September 29, 2020

TSMC warns China-US deleveraging will drive up costs

The deleveraging of China-U.S. supply chains and protectionism on both sides of the Pacific will only drive up costs and limit the flow of ideas, the chairman of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd said on Wednesday.

Channel NewsAsia | September 23, 2020

Taiwanese chip maker TSMC warns US-China deleveraging will drive up costs

The deleveraging of US-China supply chains and protectionism on both sides of the Pacific will only drive up costs and limit the flow of ideas, the chairman of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) said on Wednesday.The Trump administration has limited supplies to major Chinese tech firms like Huawei Technologies, viewing them as a security threat, and is encouraging US factories in mainland China to move home, part of a broader US-China trade war.China, for its part, is trying to…

South China Morning Post | September 23, 2020

Intel: Tiger Lake Adds To The Bull Case

I followed Intel's (INTC) Tiger Lake virtual launch event with great interest and came away quite impressed. The company appears to now have its sights on the more premium end of the market (gaming), which will have interesting implications for the industry. Net, I see the event as positive for...

Aaron Butler on Seeking Alpha | September 17, 2020

Stock of the Week: Taiwan Semiconductor

Taiwanese chip-maker has become the manufacturer of choice for the world's biggest tech hardware firms, and investors have chased the shares higher in…

Morningstar UK | September 17, 2020

Taiwan Semiconductor goes ex-dividend tomorrow

Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM) had declared NT$2.50/share quarterly dividend, in line with previous.Payable Oct. 15; for shareholders of record Sept. 23; ex-div Sept. 17.See TSM Dividend Scorecard, Yield Chart, & Dividend Growth....

Seeking Alpha | September 16, 2020

AMD: Up, Up And Away

AMD (AMD) has been a subject of various kinds of speculative discussions of late. While some bears believe that the chipmaker is poised to register a slow quarter due to impending launches from Intel, Nvidia and AMD itself, others feel that supply chain disruptions can hamper its operations. In this...

Business Quant on Seeking Alpha | September 15, 2020

TSMC leads Apple suppliers gaining after Watch, iPad launches

At today's Apple product event, the tech giant launched new Watches and iPad models.The iPad Air update includes the new A14 Bionic chip, which has sent shares of foundry partner TSMC (TSM) up 6.9%.Other Apple suppliers on the move include Analog Devices ([[ADI]] +1.8%), Corning ([[GLW]] +0.6%) (supplies glass for iPads and Watches),...

Seeking Alpha | September 15, 2020

Dow climbs 230 points as tech giants rally from last week's slump

Summary List Placement US stocks climbed on Monday as new deals and shifting investor sentiments boosted tech giants. Oracle leaped following reports that the company won its bid to partner with TikTok's US operations. Nvidia said it would purchase Arm Holdings from Softbank in a $40 billion deal. The announcement boosted semiconductor stocks including Micron and Qualcomm . Oil fell after OPEC lowered its forecast for the commodity market's demand recovery. West Texas Intermediate crude fell as much as 1.3%, to $36.83 per barrel. Watch major indexes update live here . US equities gained on Monday as a spate of new deals fueled tech stocks' rally from recent lows. Apple , Facebook , and Tesla all climbed as investors turned back to slammed mega-cap companies that have been slammed in rec...

Business Insider | September 14, 2020

Taiwan’s TSMC embarks on unprecedented recruitment drive | Taiwan News

Chip giant plans to recruit 8,000 employees by end of year.Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd., the world’s largest contract chip maker, is planning to recruit 8,000 employees this year, double its usual number, reports said Wednesday (Sept. 9).

Taiwan News | September 9, 2020

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