Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC)

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.

Global review

Chip shortage spirals beyond cars to phones and game consoles

Chips are in short supply as more digital devices are bought and used around the world.
Why TSMC is world's most underestimated tech giant - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Tech

Why TSMC is world's most underestimated tech giant

Thanks to the global chip shortage, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co is now the world’s largest maker of customised chips.
World’s best stock market under Trump is Taiwan with 92% rally - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Global Markets

World’s best stock market under Trump is Taiwan with 92% rally

The Taiex's 92% gain in US dollar terms beats the MSCI All-Country World Index’s 53%.
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.

Company in the news

iPhone chipmaker TSMC lifts 2020 outlook expecting big 5G boost

TSMC expects strong demand from 5G smartphones and server chips as countries gradually emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic.

Tech

Why the US-China chip war is heating up

With the US ban on China chip makers, the latter has its work cut out as it attempts to become a semiconductor superpower.

Investing ideas

Heavy is the head that wears the crown

With great power, comes great responsibility

Here are some funds boosted by Taiwan Semiconductor’s record run

SINGAPORE (Sept 8): As many as 113 funds available for sale in Singapore have a stake in chip giant Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). TSMC rose 2.8% on Wednesday to close at a record high NT$166.50 ($7.18). This year, the stock has been o
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