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MediaTek Inc. (2454.TW)

Taiwan - Taiwan Delayed price. Currency in TWD
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1,345.00-10.00 (-0.74%)
As of 12:11PM CST. Market open.
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Previous close1,355.00
Bid1,340.00 x 0
Ask1,345.00 x 0
Day's range1,325.00 - 1,365.00
52-week range652.00 - 1,500.00
Avg. volume7,123,777
Market cap2.141T
Beta (5Y monthly)1.24
PE ratio (TTM)23.46
EPS (TTM)57.32
Earnings date26 Jul 2024 - 30 Jul 2024
Forward dividend & yield55.01 (4.06%)
Ex-dividend date04 Jul 2024
1y target est1,329.56
  • Reuters

    Exclusive-MediaTek designs Arm-based chip for Microsoft's AI laptops, say sources

    TAIPEI/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) -Taiwanese chip design giant MediaTek is developing an Arm-based personal computer chip that will run Microsoft's Windows operating system, according to three people familiar with the matter. Last month, Microsoft unveiled a new generation of laptops that feature chips designed with Arm Holdings tech, which provide enough horsepower to run the artificial intelligence applications that executives said were the future of consumer computing. The MediaTek chip is geared toward this effort.

  • PR Newswire

    MediaTek's Chairman Ming-Kai Tsai Awarded Prestigious IEEE Robert N. Noyce Medal

    MediaTek today announced its chairman Ming-Kai Tsai has been awarded the IEEE Robert N. Noyce Medal, one of the most prestigious awards in the electronics industry. Chairman Tsai was recognized for his vision and leadership in the global semiconductor industry, democratizing technology access for billions of people. The award will be presented to Tsai in-person at the IEEE Honors Ceremony, which will be held May 3, 2024 in Boston.

  • Bloomberg

    AI Chip Boom Fuels Taiwan Firm’s 40% Rally, Beating Qualcomm and Peers

    (Bloomberg) -- A five-month rally in MediaTek Inc. looks set to extend as booming demand for smartphones and a promising new AI chip brighten the company’s outlook.Most Read from BloombergSaudi Arabia Offers Iran Investment to Blunt Gaza WarThese Are the World's Most Expensive Cities to Live In Right NowBiggest Blowout in Bonds Since the 1980s Sparks Everything RallyKissinger, Diplomat Who Defined US Foreign Policy, Dies at 100Banking Escapees Make Billions From Private Credit BoomThe Taiwanese