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ASML reports transactions under its current share buyback program VELDHOVEN, the Netherlands – ASML Holding N.V. (ASML) reports the following transactions, conducted under ASML's current share buyback program. DateTotal repurchased sharesWeighted average priceTotal repurchased value29-May-23 11,646 €681.47 €7,936,446 30-May-23 11,576 €685.77 €7,938,427 31-May-23 11,674 €679.79 €7,935,882 01-Jun-23 11,739 €675.98 €7,935,348 02-Jun-23 11,742 €675.92 €7,936,655 ASML’s current share buyback program
These three names got a boost on Nvidia's strong guidance, as each plays a role in manufacturing leading-edge GPUs.
ASML successfully places bond offering for €1 billion Veldhoven, the Netherlands, May 30, 2023 – ASML Holding N.V. (ASML) today announces that it has successfully placed a bond offering of senior notes for a principal amount of €1 billion. The transaction is expected to be settled on June 6, 2023. ASML expects to use the net proceeds of the offering for general corporate purposes. The senior notes are due in December 2025 and have an issue price of 99.989% and a coupon of 3.500%. The senior note
Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) and ASML (NASDAQ: ASML) are two of the world's most important semiconductor companies. Nvidia is the world's largest producer of discrete graphics processing units (GPUs) for video games, graphical applications, and artificial intelligence (AI) tasks. ASML is the top producer of lithography systems used to etch circuit patterns onto silicon wafers and the only supplier of top-tier extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography systems required to produce the world's smallest and densest chips.
Through 10:05 a.m. ET, shares of Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) are up a respectable 2.2%, while semiconductor manufacturing equipment maker ASML (NASDAQ: ASML) is gaining 4.6%, and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (NYSE: TSM) is leading the pack higher with a 10.1% gain. The precise reasons why these stocks are rising may differ -- but artificial intelligence (AI) lies at the root of each rally. Let's begin with Microsoft.
Yahoo Finance markets contributor Remy Blaire discusses stocks opening on a mixed note and semiconductor stocks movement amid Nvidia earnings.
The stock market appeared likely to open mixed on Thursday, and a large factor for markets was Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA). The chipmaker released quarterly results late Wednesday that caused its stock to soar, and shares were up 28% in premarket trading. Record demand for products that will enable businesses to put new artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities to work was a key factor in Nvidia's report.
Are you a shareholder of either Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) or ASML Holding (NASDAQ: ASML)? It's a little hard to imagine these days, but for the first few decades of its existence, Apple was basically a pure-play tech hardware company. Ever bold, the tech giant has pushed confidently into other product categories such as smartwatches and even computer chips.
These two stocks are profitable but maintain all-star growth prospects through the rest of the decade.
ASML (NASDAQ: ASML) might not be familiar to you, but it's a major player in the semiconductor arena, with a recent market value above $250 billion. The stock was recently down some 23% from its high in 2021, in part because the cyclical semiconductor industry is on a downswing. It might take a while for the industry to heat up again, but ASML appears attractively priced at recent levels, and it's likely to be a solid performer for long-term investors.
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The Nasdaq Composite index has recovered impressively in the past six months with a gain of 10%, and this rally has rubbed off positively on shares of ASML Holding (NASDAQ: ASML). Shares of the semiconductor bellwether -- whose lithography machines allow chipmakers and foundries to manufacture advanced chips -- have surged 12% in the past six months. ASML's rally is justified given the pace at which it is growing despite a slowdown in the semiconductor equipment market, driven mainly by its huge order backlog.
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Based on the average brokerage recommendation (ABR), ASML (ASML) should be added to one's portfolio. Wall Street analysts' overly optimistic recommendations cast doubt on the effectiveness of this highly sought-after metric. So, is the stock worth buying?
If you want to make the most advanced semiconductors, you have to work with ASML (NASDAQ: ASML). It's that simple. But can it remain the leader in advanced chip lithography? We just learned a lot more in its first-quarter earnings.
It may not be all that unlikely to see $1 trillion valuations for these three businesses within the next 10 years.
A top manufacturer appears to be buying plenty of ASML equipment, but the picture gets cloudier in 2024.
TSMC dominates the manufacturing process with a technical lead and a claim on nearly 60% of third-party chip production, according to TrendForce. Although both semiconductor stocks are likely to beat the market long term, one might have more potential for profit under current conditions. ASML has reported strong results in recent quarters.
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(Bloomberg) -- In 1984, Martin van den Brink, a young Dutch engineer, joined a newly created venture in a quiet corner of the Netherlands. Little did he know then that about 40 years on the company would be so crucial to the $580 billion semiconductor industry that it would be the epicenter of a US-China chip war.Most Read from BloombergZelenskiy Denies Ukraine Sent Drones to Hit Putin, KremlinPacWest Is Weighing Strategic Options, Including Possible SaleNigeria Targeted a UK Mansion; Its Next L
Shares of ASML Holding (NASDAQ: ASML) slumped last week following the release of the company's first-quarter 2023 results. Investors apparently chose to overlook the Dutch semiconductor giant's outstanding year-over-year growth and solid full-year guidance and focus on the near-term weakness in the chip industry. The semiconductor equipment company is on track to deliver terrific growth this year despite headwinds in the semiconductor space, which also explains why analysts are expecting the stock to zoom higher over the next year.
ASML discloses 2023 AGM results Veldhoven, the Netherlands, April 26, 2023 – ASML Holding N.V. (ASML) today announces the results of its Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on April 26, 2023. At the AGM, ASML’s statutory financial statements for the 2022 financial year were adopted. In addition, the following items were approved: Proposal to adopt a final dividend payment of €1.69 per ordinary share, which, together with the three interim dividends paid through the 2022 financial year, each €1.37,
The stock market generally marches higher over time, but the circle of trillion-dollar stocks is still pretty exclusive, an honor just a few companies enjoy. Here is why Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA), ASML Holding (NASDAQ: ASML), and Meta Platforms (NASDAQ: META) could deliver handsome returns over the next decade.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing reaffirms its 2023 capital expenditure, bringing a sigh of relief to ASML investors.
Yahoo Finance Live’s Ines Ferre discusses the demand for chips to Chinese customers and the outlook for the semiconductor mining and fabrication industry.