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ASML Holding N.V. (ASMLF)

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734.51+15.19 (+2.11%)
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Previous Close719.32
Open739.43
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range734.51 - 739.43
52 Week Range495.90 - 902.00
Volume43
Avg. Volume1,575
Market Cap298.559B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.95
PE Ratio (TTM)48.91
EPS (TTM)15.02
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield3.94 (0.49%)
Ex-Dividend DateNov. 02, 2021
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    ASML still has no licence to ship newest machines to China - CEO

    The chief executive of ASML Holding NV on Wednesday said the company still has not received permission to ship any of its most cutting edge lithography systems, which are necessary to make advanced computer chips, to China. Under pressure from the U.S. government, the Dutch government has withheld granting a licence for ASML to export the machines, which are considered "dual use" goods with possible military applications. CEO Peter Wennink said he thought it unlikely that China would be able to replicate top lithography technology independently because ASML relies on "relentless innovation" and integrating components that are only available from non-Chinese suppliers.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Intel orders ASML system for well over $340 mln in quest for chipmaking edge

    Intel has placed the first order with ASML for a new, advanced chipmaking tool that will cost "significantly" more than $340 million, as semiconductor manufacturers look to get ahead in a booming industry. Alongside better-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings, ASML said on Wednesday it had received orders for five of its next- generation lithography machines, plus an order for an even newer model that is still being designed. In a separate joint statement, the companies said Intel was the buyer.

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    Intel orders ASML machine still on drawing board as chipmakers look for an edge

    Intel has placed the first order with ASML for an advanced chipmaking machine that is still on the drawing board and won't be delivered for years, as semiconductor manufacturers look to get ahead in a booming industry. Alongside better-than-expected fourth quarter earnings, ASML said on Wednesday it had now received orders for five of its next generation of lithography machines, plus an order for the even newer model that is still being designed. In a separate joint press release, the companies said Intel was the buyer.