News: ARM Holdings PLC (ARM.L)

ARM.L on London Stock Exchange

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19 Dec 2014
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Thu, Dec 18 2014

ARM outperforms as Britain's FTSE extends gains on Fed boost

* Petrofac and oil stocks rise as oil price bounces off lows

Intel CEO sees China chip partners moving away from rival technology

SAN FRANCISCO - Intel Corp Chief Executive Brian Krzanich expects new semiconductor partners in China to migrate to the U.S. chipmaker's architecture within a few years and give up on ARM technology more widely used in smartphones and tablets.

Intel CEO sees China chip partners moving away from rival technology

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 11 - Intel Corp Chief Executive Brian Krzanich expects new semiconductor partners in China to migrate to the U.S. chipmaker's architecture within a few years and give up on ARM technology more widely used in smartphones and tablets.

Gains in oil stocks and Shire lift UK's FTSE

LONDON, Oct 21 - A rise in major oil stocks and drugmaker Shire helped Britain's top equity index extend its rebound on Tuesday after falling to 15-month lows last week.

Chipmaker ARM's upbeat message fails to allay concerns

LONDON - British chipmaker ARM Holdings' predictions of improving smartphone demand and strengthening royalty growth met with a cool stock market response after it fell short of third-quarter revenue expectations on Tuesday.

UPDATE 2-Chipmaker ARM's upbeat message fails to allay concerns

* Q3 revenue up 12 pct to $320.2 mln, short of market forecast

BRIEF-ARM has seen an uptick in mobile royalty revenue

* Cfo says licence order backlog at end of year will recover to at least level seen at half year

ARM Holdings misses Q3 royalty revenue expectations

LONDON, Oct 21 - British chip designer ARM Holdings reported disappointing royalty revenue in the third quarter, resulting in a 12 percent rise in total revenue to $320.2 million, just short of market expectations of $326.3 million.

European Factors to Watch on Tuesday Oct 21

PARIS, Oct 21 - Financial spreadbetters expected Britain's FTSE 100 to open 5 to 6 points higher, or up 0.1 percent, Germany's DAX to open 15 to 21 points higher, or up 0.2 percent, and France's CAC 40 to open 2 to 6 points higher, or up 0.2 percent. MAJOR EUROPEAN COMPANIES REPORTING : Studsvik AB Q3 earnings Enagas SA Q3 earnings Whitbread PLC interim earnings GKN PLC Q3 interim statement

Britain's FTSE slips back, weighed down by oil stocks

* Tesco up on media report of bid interest for Asian assets

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