Avi-Tech Electronics

‘Wait and see’ stance for Avi-Tech as it grapples with chip shortage: RHB - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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‘Wait and see’ stance for Avi-Tech as it grapples with chip shortage: RHB

RHB has maintained its 'neutral' call on Avi-Tech, as it does not expect any recovery in its burn-in segment till 2HFY2022.
Tech is hot again, according to CGS-CIMB - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Tech is hot again, according to CGS-CIMB

CGS-CIMB analyst William Tng says he is “positive” on the outlook for the tech sector in 2021.

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CGS-CIMB maintains ‘add’ rating on Avi-Tech, but cuts EPS due to cautious outlook

CGS-CIMB analysts William Tng and Caleb Pang have maintained their “add” rating on burn-in testing specialist Avi-Tech Electronics, and have raised their TP from 42.2 cents to 49.2 cents.

Broker's Calls

Treasure trove of cash and attractive yield keeps Avi-Tech at ‘buy’

RHB Research has maintained a 'buy' call on Avi-Tech, citing its attractive yields and strong operating free cash flow.

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Strong 2H expected for Avi-Tech

2H20 is looking good for this stock

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RHB is bullish on the semiconductor industry

The semiconductor industry is booming and these stocks are under the spotlight

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Avi-Tech shines from rising demand for burn-in services

Burn-in testing specialist Avi-Tech is going places as it hitches a ride on rising demands for its services on the back of emerging technologies such as autonomous driving.

Investing ideas

RHB bets semiconductor and industrial stocks will shine

“We are bullish on the semiconductor sector for 2020 as globally, we have seen semicon players reporting good earnings thus far, [giving them] a good outlook,” says RHB analyst Jarick Seet.
RHB's choice of stocks with earnings and dividends growth prospects for anxious times - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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RHB's choice of stocks with earnings and dividends growth prospects for anxious times

Fu Yu, Oxley and Avi-Tech are a few gems that investors can consider, says Jarick Seet, Head of small and mid caps at RHB.

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Avi-Tech started at 'buy' as analysts see greater demand ahead for burn-in services

Growth is expected to be driven by autonomous vehicles, which require almost twice the semiconductor content of conventional cars.
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