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AEM’s class act - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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AEM’s class act

From subpar to stellar: find out the story of AEM's turnaround on the SGX

M&A

Intel weighs testing Abu Dhabi resolve with GlobalFoundries bid

A deal for GlobalFoundries would “significantly accelerate” Intel’s plans
Could a capital spending surge be the next surprise for the world economy? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Global Economy

Could a capital spending surge be the next surprise for the world economy?

Recovered parts of the global economy will see a vigorous new capital spending cycle that'll raise economic growth: Manu Bhaskaran
PhillipCapital identifies Intel, TSMC, Applied Materials and Lam Research as beneficiaries on production ramp-ups - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

SEMICONDUCTOR

PhillipCapital identifies Intel, TSMC, Applied Materials and Lam Research as beneficiaries on production ramp-ups

PhillipCapital says it remains positive on the semiconductor sector’s long-term outlook.
AEM offers to buy CEI at $1.15 per share - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

M&A

AEM offers to buy CEI at $1.15 per share

CEI's chairman Tien Sing Cheong and MD Tan Ka Huat have given their irrevocable undertaking to accept the offer
Intel Outside in a new world order for chips - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Tech

Intel Outside in a new world order for chips

Might Intel Corp be headed the way of IBM to a slow and steady fall into oblivion? Just look at how well AMD and Nvidia are doing.

Broker's Calls

Analysts more bullish on AEM after stellar 1H20 results, raise TP

Against this bullish outlook, analysts have upgraded their earnings forecasts.

Investing ideas

Heavy is the head that wears the crown

With great power, comes great responsibility

Investing ideas

Robust outlook, limited Covid-19 disruptions for semiconductor stocks: Maybank

Maybank Kim Eng Research analyst Lai Gene Lih says that stocks such as UMS Holdings and AEM Holdings are not only unlikely to face disruptions from the Covid-19 pandemic, but are also poised to thrive on strong outlooks from their key customers.

Tech

AEM says record sales forecast for 1HFY2020 intact on buoyant demand

Nair says the semiconductor industry is entering a new era of “highly complicated” multifunctional chips. If AEM can keep up with the industry shift, the company will be kept busy for the next five to seven years.
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