|Bid||0.00 x 20000|
|Ask||0.00 x 20000|
|Day's Range||128.20 - 134.90|
|52 Week Range||101.65 - 414.70|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.39|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||20.66|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.16 (1.59%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Sept 28, 2023|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
OPHLF, TOELY and TLYS have been added to the Zacks Rank #5 (Strong Sell) List on June 2, 2023.
Japan's Nikkei share index dropped 1% on Wednesday, set for a second straight session of losses, as investors continued to lock in profits following a recent rally, while no breakthrough yet over the U.S. debt ceiling also dampened risk appetite. Shares of Tokyo Electron Ltd slipped 1.02%, tracking losses in U.S. chip-related peers. CyberAgent Inc , a major investor in a new share sale in Rakuten Group Inc, sank 3.97% ahead of a pricing of the offering.
Tokyo Electron Ltd, Japan's leading maker of semiconductor manufacturing tools, on Thursday forecast its profit to dip by more than a third from a record high as its customers slowed investment in new plant. The company expects operating profit to fall 36% to 393 billion yen ($2.91 billion) in the twelve months to March 31, lower than an average estimate of 444 billion yen from 21 analysts surveyed by Refinitiv. Big chipmakers such as Taiwan's TSMC (2330.TW) have cut investment levels this year because they expects softer demand due to a slowing global economy.
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Tokyo Electron (OTC: TOEL.Y) receives little coverage or fanfare, yet it is a dominant force in the semiconductor manufacturing world. Indeed, it is among the five largest suppliers of chip fab equipment (the machines used by fabs, or facilities that make chips), along with top names ASML Holding and Applied Materials. If you follow the semiconductor industry, you've no doubt heard about how important EUV (extreme ultraviolet) lithography is.
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Japan's Nikkei share average headed for its best week in two months on Friday - the lasting trading day of the country's fiscal year - as easing banking crisis concerns and a weaker yen bolstered investor sentiment. However, the benchmark index ended the morning session well off early highs as shippers tumbled for a second day after going ex-dividend, and heavyweight chip equipment-maker Tokyo Electron flipped to a decline after the Japanese government announced plans to restrict exports. The Nikkei entered the midday break 0.95% higher at 28,046.75 after pushing above the psychological 28,000 mark for the first time since March 10.
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Japan's Nikkei edged lower on Thursday, with chip-related companies Tokyo Electron and Advantest dragging the most after Micron Technology scaled back its memory chip supply and capital spending, raising concerns of a slowdown in the industry. Micron was the first major chipmaker to sound an alarm about falling demand for personal computers and smartphones earlier this year in the face of decades-high inflation. Chip-making equipment manufacturer Tokyo Electron fell 2.67% to be the biggest drag in the Nikkei, while chip-testing equipment maker Advantest slipped 3.58%.
Japan's Nikkei index hit a two-month high on Friday, led by Tokyo Electron and other growth stocks, tracking gains in Wall Street as signs of slowing inflation sparked speculation the U.S. central bank might become less aggressive with rate hikes. The Nikkei rose 2.75% to 28,300.75 by the midday break, in what would be the biggest daily gain since Oct. 14. U.S. stocks jumped overnight as cooler-than-expected inflation data suggested the Federal Reserve's barrage of interest rate hikes are beginning to have their intended effect.
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(Bloomberg) -- Semiconductors stocks tumbled after Micron Technology Inc. became the latest chipmaker to warn about slowing demand, triggering concern the industry is heading into a painful downturn. In the US, the Philadelphia semiconductor index sank 4.6% on Tuesday with all 30 members in the red, its biggest fall in about two months. In Asia, chip stocks from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. to Samsung Electronics Co., SK Hynix Inc. and Tokyo Electron Ltd. slumped. Investors are growing
Q1 2023 Tokyo Electron Ltd Earnings Presentation
Japan's Nikkei share average edged lower on Tuesday, slipping from the 27,000 level it touched for the first time in two weeks, dragged by chip stocks and as weakness in China weighed on sentiment. The Nikkei slipped 0.15% to 26,830.69, putting it on course for its first session of losses in four. "Other than being an important psychological level, 27,000 is also right about where the 25-day moving average currently sits, so it's a level that's attracting profit-taking," said a trader at a domestic securities firm.
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