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TSMC (TSM) closed the most recent trading day at $115.92, moving -1.95% from the previous trading session.
Member of the Council of Economic Advisors, Jared Bernstein joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the Biden administration plans to strengthen critical supply chains as companies continue to suffer from shortages in the supply chain.
Taiwan's exports rose for an 11th straight month in May, and far exceeded expectations, boosted by global demand for microchips and hi-tech gadgets in the work-from-home pandemic boom, but the island's own COVID-19 spike could cloud the outlook. Exports rose 38.6% from a year earlier to $37.41 billion last month, the Ministry of Finance said on Tuesday, setting a new historical high in value terms for a single month.
It is still too early to say whether the major chip companies that operate in Taiwan's tech hub of Hsinchu will be safe from the latest increase in COVID-19 infections, its mayor said, though chip giant TSMC said it had seen no impact so far. After months of relative safety, Taiwan is dealing with a rise in domestic infections, which have since last week begun impacting a small number of tech firms in Miaoli, the town adjacent to Hsinchu, including chip test and packaging firm King Yuan Electronics and semiconductor equipment provider Foxsemicon Integrated Technology.
It is still too early to say whether the major chip companies that operate in Taiwan's tech hub of Hsinchu will be safe from the latest increase in COVID-19 infections, but the government is doing all it can, its mayor told Reuters. After months of relative safety, Taiwan is dealing with a rise in domestic infections, which have since last week begun impacting a small number of tech firms in Miaoli, the town adjacent to Hsinchu, including chip test and packaging firm King Yuan Electronics and semiconductor equipment provider Foxsemicon Integrated Technology.
(Bloomberg) -- Japan can’t build a cutting-edge chip development and manufacturing base on its own, and must seek to cooperate with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., according to Akira Amari, a senior member of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party.Amari, a former economy minister who heads an LDP working group on semiconductor strategy, added that the government must be prepared to spend trillions of yen to keep up with the U.S. and Europe. Both have plans to pour money into the industry am
(Bloomberg) -- GlobalFoundries Inc. asked a judge to rule that it doesn’t owe $2.5 billion to International Business Machines Corp. over a 2014 deal in which the semi-conductor maker agreed to take an unprofitable chip-manufacturing unit off IBM’s hands.In a complaint filed Monday in New York Supreme Court, GlobalFoundries is seeking a declaratory judgment that it didn’t breach the agreement and said IBM is threatening to sue. The suit comes as GlobalFoundries works with banks on an initial publ
When Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) brought on a new CEO in February, some investors began asking whether the stock might now be a buy. The company led the PC semiconductor chip market in decades past but some management missteps amid the decline in PC sales created a situation where Intel fell behind both Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (NYSE: TSM) and TSMC's client Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD). Under CEO Pat Gelsinger, Intel has made some significant moves that could pave the way toward a return to the top spot in semiconductor production, but there are also indications that investors may need to exercise patience if they expect this chip stock to make that leap.