Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSM)
15 Feb 2019
TAIPEI, Feb 15 Taiwan's exports contracted for a third straight month in January, albeit at a much slower pace than expected which analysts said was partly because traders shifted their orders to Taiwan from China due to a tariff increase.
Feb 6 South Korean and Taiwanese companies led analysts' earnings downgrades over the past month, Refinitiv data showed, as the two economies are expected to bear the brunt of slowing global demand for tech products and the Sino-U.S. trade war.
VIENNA/ZURICH AMS, which supplies Apple with sensors for its Face ID technology, disappointed investors with a 58 percent decline in fourth quarter core profit, its guidance and the suspension of a dividend payment for 2018.
* Still considering options for environmental sensors (Adds CEO, analysts, detail)
TAIPEI Taiwan's economic growth probably slowed in the fourth quarter as the island's technology exports were hit by softening global demand and fallout from the U.S.-China trade war.
LONDON European shares on Friday hit their highest level in nearly two months as positive earnings, hopes of accommodative U.S. monetary policies and higher oil and metal prices help fuel a global rally. | Video
* Vodafone hits July 2010 lows after trading update (Adds closing prices)
LONDON, Jan 25 European shares on Friday hit their highest level in nearly two months as investors flocked to technology stocks after positive U.S. earnings overnight, while news of slowing revenue growth from Vodafone weighed on telecoms.
* Demand expected to pick up in second half (Adds STMicro results)
PARIS Shares in chipmaker STMicroelectronics jumped on Thursday after the Franco-Italian company gave an upbeat forecast for the second half of the year, easing market fears about a downturn in the semiconductor industry.