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AVGO Jun 2025 1180.000 call

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    Chip makers take big hit, Trump Trade signs: Market Trends

    Big Tech, specifically the semiconductor industry, was dealt a big blow in trading as chip giants like Nvidia (NVDA), Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSM), and ASML Holding (ASML) sank in the day's session. Signs of a so-called "Trump Trade" are ringing throughout Wall Street, specifically with interest in M&A activity which could see a pullback if the former president were to assume office for a second term. Yahoo Finance markets reporter Josh Schafer joins Asking For A Trend to break down the latest market trends for July 17. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Asking for a Trend. This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino

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    China restrictions minimally impact chip makers: Analyst

    The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite (^IXIC) continues to slide as semiconductor stocks takes a hit from potential plans from the Biden administration to impose stricter restrictions around AI chip exports to China. Former President Donald Trump also made comments to Bloomberg about potentially making Taiwan pay for US defense.  Wedbush Securities SVP of equity research Matt Bryson joins Market Domination to give insights into the chip stock slide. "When you look at what the US is doing in terms of restricting capital equipment sales into China, if they are successful, certainly that would weigh on ASML (ASML), that would weigh on some of the other capital equipment names, Tokyo Electron (TOELY), and that's something to think about," Bryson says. "If China takes a harder stance and starts banning imports, that's something to think about. But, in terms of, again, things shifting immensely for someone like Nvidia (NVDA), where China is a relatively small portion of their revenue because there's already such significant restrictions in place. Thinking about moving away from Taiwan Semi (TSM) anytime in the next 2 to 3 years, I just don't think there's any real implications...There's just there's no alternative to Taiwan Semi." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Market Domination. This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino