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ASML Holding Q3 Gross Profit Up At 2.71 Billion Euro
Asml CFO No Plans For "Significant" M&A Through 2025
ASML Sees Opportunities To Reach Gross Margin In 2025 Between 54-56%
ASML Holding N.V. is a holding company. The Company is a manufacturer of chip-making equipment. The Company is engaged in the development, production, marketing, selling and servicing of semiconductor equipment systems, consisting of lithography systems. The Company's products include systems, and installed base products and services. The Company's principal operations are in the Netherlands, the United States and Asia. The Company offers TWINSCAN systems, equipped with lithography system with a mercury lamp as light source (i-line), Krypton Fluoride (KrF) and Argon Fluoride (ArF) light sources for 300 millimeter processing wafers for manufacturing environments for which imaging at a small resolution is required. TWINSCAN systems also include immersion lithography systems (TWINSCAN immersion systems). The Company also offers NXE systems, which are equipped with extreme ultraviolet (EUV) light source technology. The Company offers YieldStar, a wafer metrology system.
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Gerard J. Kleisterlee
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Peter T. F. M. Wennink
Chairman of the Board of Management, President, Chief Executive Officer
Martin A. van den Brink
President, Chief Technology Officer, Vice Chairman of the Board of Management
Douglas A. Grose
Independent Non-Executive Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Roger J.M. Dassen
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President, Member of the Board of Management
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European shares inched lower on Wednesday as underwhelming earnings reports from French luxury group Kering and Dutch semiconductor company ASML overshadowed strong results from Nestle and others.
ASML Holding NV, a key supplier to computer chip makers, posted slightly better-than-expected quarterly net income of 1.74 billion euros ($2 billion) on Wednesday, amid strong demand for its products and a global semiconductor shortage.
ASML Holding NV, a key supplier to computer chip makers, on Wednesday reported slightly better-than-expected third quarter net income of 1.7 billion euros ($1.98 billion), amid strong demand for its products and a global semiconductor shortage.
ASML Holding NV, one of the key suppliers to computer chip makers, increased its financial forecasts on Wednesday and said it would have revenue growth of around 11% annually through 2030 amid booming demand for its products.
ASML Holding NV, one of the key suppliers to computer chip makers, increased its financial forecasts on Wednesday and said it would have sales growth of around 11% annually through 2030 amid booming demands for its products.
Dutch pension fund PME said on Friday it had sold all its investments in fossil fuels over the past several months, the first large Dutch fund to do so.
ASML, one of the world's biggest suppliers to semiconductor companies, hiked its 2021 sales outlook on Wednesday and announced a new share buyback, as orders for its equipment soared amid a global computer chip shortage.
ASML, one of the biggest suppliers to semiconductor companies worldwide, reported on Wednesday a 38% jump in second-quarter net income to 1.038 billion euros ($1.22 billion), as sales continued to soar amid a global computer chip shortage.
Intel wants 8 billion euros ($9.7 billion) in public subsidies towards building a semiconductor factory in Europe, its CEO was cited as saying on Friday, as the region seeks to reduce its reliance on imports amid a shortage of supplies.
ASML Holding NV, one of the biggest suppliers to semiconductor companies, beat first-quarter net income forecasts on Wednesday and raised its full-year sales expectations, citing strong demand amid a global computer chip shortage.
ASML Holding NV, one of the biggest suppliers to semiconductor companies on Wednesday reported better than expected first quarter net income of 1.33 billion euros ($1.60 billion) and raised its full year sales forecast, citing strong demand amid a global computer chip shortage...
ASML Holding NV, one of the biggest suppliers to semiconductor companies, is likely to show its order books are full to bursting because of a global chip shortage when it reports first quarter earnings on Wednesday.
ASML Holding NV has extended a deal to sell chip manufacturing equipment to Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp, China's largest chipmaker, until the end of this year, the Dutch company said in a statement on Wednesday.
SK Hynix, world's second-largest memory chip maker, said on Wednesday it had agreed a five-year procurement contract worth 4.8 trillion won ($4.34 billion) with ASML Holding N.V. to secure extreme ultraviolet (EUV) scanners used in manufacturing chips.
European stocks edged lower on Friday, on track to end the second straight week of gains, as investors awaited more signs of progress in U.S. stimulus measures, while a rise in shares of ASML and ING kept declines in check.
* Shares extend recent rally to hit record high (Updates with share move, analyst comment)
European stocks rose on Wednesday after Swiss luxury group Richemont and chip equipment maker ASML gave encouraging earnings updates, while investors hoped for a big U.S. fiscal relief package as Joe Biden takes over as the next president.
ASML Holding NV, an essential supplier of equipment to computer chip makers, on Wednesday posted better-than-expected sales for the fourth quarter of 2020 and said it had seen a strong order intake for 2021. s
ASML Holding's 2021 sales outlook for low double-digit growth could be improved, if the regime of export controls is loosened, Chief Financial Officer Roger Dassen said on Wednesday.
ASML CEO Peter Wennink expects further antagonism between the United States and China over semiconductor technology, even as a new administration is set to take over in Washington, he told the Reuters Next conference on Thursday.
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