ARM Holdings, plcNASDAQ
Tue, Aug. 30, 11:54 AM
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- The chip sector is hot but no name is hotter than Advanced Micro Devices (AMD +10.9%). The company has been gradually rising since last August and has really hit its stride since returning to Y/Y revenue growth for the first time since 2014 in Q2.
- The only company remotely in the ballpark of this type of growth is Nvidia (NVDA +0.4%) with a now 170% increase over the last year.
- Comparably, Intel Corporation (INTC +0.5%) is up slightly over 23%, Micron Technology (MU +3.7%) around 2%, Applied Materials (AMAT +6.7%) nearly 80%, Analog Devices (ADI +0.4%) around 10%, ARM Holdings (ARMH -0.8%) around 56%, Linear Technology (LLTC +0.1%) around 46%, NXP Semiconductors (NXPI +1.2%) around 2%, Marvell Technology (MRVL +3.9%) slightly over 1%, Qualcomm (QCOM -0.4%) around 2.5%, Broadcom (AVGO +0.5%) around 26% and Texas Instruments (TXN +0.3%) around 43% for the same period.
- Advanced Micro Devices shares continues to increase following this week's operational-reveal of the company's highly anticipated Zen-core processors.
Tue, Aug. 16, 5:12 PM
- The move was announced at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.
- Intel's (NASDAQ:INTC) foundries will grant external parties access to its 10-nanometer production lines to fabricate Arm-based (NASDAQ:ARMH) semiconductors.
- LG Electronics (OTC:LGEAF) will use the arrangement to produce mobile-phone components.
- With this development, Intel's manufacturing segment appears open to additional partnerships with companies looking to outsource semiconductor production. Apple and Qualcomm, for example, currently contract with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (NYSE:TSM) along with other manufacturers and could potentially look to Intel's setup at some point in the future.
Wed, Jul. 27, 5:33 AM
- ARM Holdings (NASDAQ:ARMH): Q2 EPS of £0.086 vs. £0.073 in2Q15
- Revenue of $387.6M (+8.5% Y/Y) misses by $5.85M.
- Press release
Wed, Jul. 27, 2:15 AM
- Deutsche Bank's (NYSE:DB) net income fell nearly 100% in Q2, prompting the lender to promise a more aggressive overhaul.
- Santander's (NYSE:SAN) profits fell on forex swings and a restructuring charge related to branch closures and employee layoffs.
- Pointing to continued pressure on refining margins and prices, Statoil (NYSE:STO) missed expectations on both the top and bottom line.
- Airbus (OTCPK:EADSY) took over €1.4B in fresh charges for its troubled A400M and A350 programs, but reaffirmed targets as it posted lower quarterly earnings.
- Telecom Italia (NYSE:TI) raised its full year domestic profit outlook after beating expectations and agreed to invest $1.2B with Fastweb across 29 Italian cities.
- ARM Holdings (NASDAQ:ARMH) posted a profit and sales rise, but was unable to provide full year guidance given restrictions related to its takeover by Softbank (OTCPK:SFTBY).
Tue, Jul. 26, 5:30 PM
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Mon, Jul. 18, 2:09 AM
- SoftBank (OTCPK:SFTBY) has acquired chip designer ARM Holdings (NASDAQ:ARMH) for £24.3B ($32B), as the Japanese telecoms giant bolsters its presence in the growing Internet of Things sector.
- The deal will see SoftBank pay £17 in cash for each share in ARM, a 43% premium to its closing price last week, marking the largest ever purchase of a European technology company.
- ARMH +43.6% premarket
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Wed, Apr. 20, 5:57 AM
- ARM Holdings (NASDAQ:ARMH): Q1 EPS of £0.08
- Revenue of $398M (+14.3% Y/Y) beats by $0.49M.
- Shares +1.19% PM.
Wed, Apr. 20, 4:42 AM
- SAP's net profit jumped 38% to €572M, indicating that its focus on the cloud is beginning to pay off.
- ARM Holdings' (NASDAQ:ARMH) pre-tax profits rose 14% to £137.5M, as it expanded licensing growth in a solid first quarter.
- Hurt by a strong dollar and drop at its Latin American business, Syngenta (NYSE:SYT) reported its fifth straight quarterly decline in sales.
- ABB suffered a 7% drop in orders, but the Swiss industrial giant's profit fell less than expected.
- Cheers! Heineken (OTCQX:HEINY) far exceeded analyst expectations, benefiting from a 23% rise in Asian sales due to the Lunar New Year.