TSM

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd. New York Stock Exchange
$113.74
Open: $115 High: $116.079 Low: $113.02 Close: $113.72
Range: 2021-06-19 - 2021-06-21
Volume: 5,597,355
Market: Open
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TSM
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd. Number 8, Li-Hsin Road 6 Hsinchu , 300-78 http://www.tsmc.com
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd engages in the manufacturing, selling, packaging, testing and computer-aided design of integrated circuits and other semiconductor devices. In addition, it also manufactures masks.
  • CEO: Mark Liu / C.C Wei
  • Employees: 48,602
  • Sector: Technology
  • Industry: Semiconductors
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    Taiwan reacted with an outpouring of thanks to the United States for shipping 2.5 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to the major semiconductor-producing island, more than doubling its arsenal as it deals with a rise in domestic infections. Washington, competing with Beijing to deepen geopolitical clout through "vaccine diplomacy," initially had promised to donate 750,000 doses but increased that number as President Joe Biden's administration advances its pledge to send 80 million U.S.-made shots around the world. Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen tweeted she was touched by the U.S. move.

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  • Xi Jinping Picks Top Lieutenant to Lead China’s Chip Battle Against U.S.

    (Bloomberg) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping is renewing his years-long push to achieve technology self-sufficiency by tapping a top deputy to shepherd a key initiative aimed at helping domestic chipmakers overcome U.S. sanctions.Liu He, Xi’s economic czar whose sprawling portfolio spans trade to finance and technology, has been tapped to spearhead the development of so-called third-generation chip development and capabilities and is leading the formulation of a series of financial and policy sup

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  • Should You Keep Your Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM) Position?

    ClearBridge Investments, an investment management firm, published its “International Growth ACWI ex-US Strategy” first quarter 2021 investor letter – a copy of which can be downloaded here. The ClearBridge International Growth ACWI ex-US Strategy underperformed the benchmark MSCI ACWI ex-U.S. Index for the first quarter. The Strategy sustained losses across seven of the nine sectors […]

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  • Investing in the Intel Turnaround? Don't Be Too Quick to Draw Comparisons With AMD

    The world's largest semiconductor company (as measured by revenue), Intel (NASDAQ: INTC), has not been having a good go of it as of late. The company has fallen behind technologically to leading chip fabrication behemoth Taiwan Semiconductor (NYSE: TSM), and myriad other chip designers like NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) have been scooping up sales from Intel's dominant PC and data center biz. Intel has a plan to invest heavily in its fabrication process and revamp its product designs, though, and some investors have drawn parallels between Intel now and where scrappy general purpose chip company AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) was in the years following the Great Recession of 2008-2009.

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  • TSMC (TSM) Dips More Than Broader Markets: What You Should Know

    In the latest trading session, TSMC (TSM) closed at $119.45, marking a -1.27% move from the previous day.

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  • Hedge Funds Never Been This Bullish On Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg. Co. Ltd. (TSM)

    The 800+ hedge funds and famous money managers tracked by Insider Monkey have already compiled and submitted their 13F filings for the first quarter, which unveil their equity positions as of March 31st. We went through these filings, fixed typos and other more significant errors and identified the changes in hedge fund portfolios. Our extensive […]

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  • This Semiconductor Stock Is Cheap and a Screaming Buy!

    In this video I will be talking about Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) and why I believe the company might turn it around. In the last couple of years, Intel has been losing market share to AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) and NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA), but it feels as if the company has reached rock bottom, and it might be the perfect time to pick up some shares. You've probably heard this before, but there's a global chip shortage, and it's affecting most if not all industries on the planet because semiconductors nowadays are used in almost everything.

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  • Finding the Best Semiconductor Stocks Amidst the Chip Shortage

    The semiconductor chip shortage that’s been frustrating a wide swath of businesses around the globe — from automakers to household electronics manufacturers to video game makers — may soon diminish. Source: Shutterstock In fact, the world is likely in the deepest part of the shortage right now, according to industry analysts at The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE:GS), and we’ll likely see shortages ease toward the second half of the year. Consulting firm Alix Partners estimates the worldwide aut

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  • How Much Is Cryptocurrency Mining Influencing Chip Demand

    The popularity of mining Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has increased attention on the shortage of semiconductors, which are used in the computers that mine cryptocurrency. While chip stocks have surged higher as prices have risen for this critical tech component, cryptocurrency mining may not hold as much influence over the chip sector as many people might assume. There are several factors that have led to the current chip shortage.

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  • Taiwan Semiconductor Is the World’s Most Important Chip Maker. How to Play the Stock.

    Taiwan Semiconductor has never been more important. At the same time, there are near-term risks for the company and its rather pricey stock.

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    Zoom Video's first-quarter revenue soars, but the stock stays grounded. Etsy (NASDAQ: ETSY) plans to buy Depop, a secondhand-fashion app, for $1.6 billion. In this episode of MarketFoolery, Motley Fool analyst Tim Beyers analyzes those stories, as well as Taiwan Semiconductor's (NYSE: TSM) plans to invest billions in a new factory in Arizona.

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  • 3 Dividend-Paying Tech Stocks to Buy Right Now

    Here are three dividend-paying tech stocks that investors should consider buying right now. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (NYSE: TSM) is the global leader in semiconductor manufacturing. This has allowed TSMC to gain a tremendous lead in the foundry industry, with only a few companies like Samsung and Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) getting close to its technological capabilities.

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  • Biden Needs More Than $52 Billion to Counter China in Chips

    (Bloomberg) -- President Joe Biden’s blueprint for the U.S. semiconductor industry marks an ambitious effort to set industrial policy for a critical sector of the economy, but the strategy will need more money and global support to take back chip supremacy and preempt a rival effort from China.The White House on Tuesday outlined a sweeping plan to secure the conduits for critical products from medicines to chips, responding in part to the growing economic and political sway of its Asian rival. S

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    See buy or sell recommendations for AMD, Applied Materials, Qualcomm, NXP, Broadcom, Taiwan Semiconductor, and more semiconductor stocks.

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  • TSMC (TSM) Stock Sinks As Market Gains: What You Should Know

    TSMC (TSM) closed the most recent trading day at $115.92, moving -1.95% from the previous trading session.

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  • President Biden's plan will fix supply chains: Jared Bernstein

    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.

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  • UPDATE 1-Taiwan's May exports surge, COVID-19 may cloud outlook

    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.

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  • UPDATE 1-Taiwan mayor says too early to say if tech hub safe from COVID spike

    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.

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  • Taiwan mayor says too early to say if tech hub safe from COVID spike

    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.

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