These two semiconductor investors are back to discuss some headwinds ASML might experience with new export controls.
The Nasdaq Composite is off to a solid start this year, with the index gaining nearly 13% so far as investors have cheered the cooling inflation and the potential arrival of a bull market in 2023. History suggests that the Nasdaq could have a terrific year following 2022's woeful performance. As such, it won't be surprising to see the likes of ASML Holding (NASDAQ: ASML) soar higher on the back of improving stock market sentiment and healthy growth in the top and bottom lines.
ASML Holding (NASDAQ: ASML) posted its fourth-quarter earnings report on Jan. 25. For the full year, ASML's revenue grew 14% to 21.17 billion euros ($23.02 billion), but its earnings per share dipped 2% as inflation and higher supply chain costs squeezed its gross margins. How fast has ASML been growing?