TXN - Texas Instruments Incorporated

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
118.74
+2.87 (+2.48%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close115.87
Open116.81
Bid118.75 x 900
Ask119.95 x 800
Day's Range115.69 - 119.26
52 Week Range93.09 - 135.70
Volume5,953,578
Avg. Volume7,219,995
Market Cap108.976B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.15
PE Ratio (TTM)22.76
EPS (TTM)5.22
Earnings DateJul. 21, 2020 - Jul. 27, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield3.60 (3.11%)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 01, 2020
1y Target Est117.68
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  • Texas Instruments Quarterly Sales Top Analysts’ Estimates
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    (Bloomberg) -- Texas Instruments Inc. reported first-quarter revenue that beat analysts’ estimates, helped by customers stocking up on components to avoid potential supply disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. It also forecast sales that exceeded some Wall Street expectations.Chief Executive Officer Rich Templeton made a rare appearance on an earnings conference call to emphasize that the company will keep plants running and maintain spending on research and new production. The chipmaker also stuck to its pledge to return free cash flow to investors though share buybacks and dividends. The stock rose in extended trading.First-quarter net income fell to $1.17 billion, or $1.24 cents per share, from $1.22 billion, or $1.26 per share, from a year earlier. Revenue dropped 7% to $3.33 billion. That easily beat Wall Street expectations, according to data compiled by Bloomberg, although there was a wide range of forecasts.Texas Instruments said second-quarter earnings will be 64 cents to $1.04 a share, on revenue of $2.61 billion to $3.19 billion. On average, analysts predicted profit of 93 cents and sales of $3.1 billion. One analyst was looking for revenue to be as low as $2.5 billion.“With a COVID-19 recession likely upon us, and with reduced visibility of customer demand, we are using the 2008 financial crisis to model our second quarter outlook,” the company said. “To reflect the increased uncertainty, we have expanded the range of our guidance.”Texas Instruments is the first major U.S. chipmaker to report results following the lockdown of the much of the population in an attempt to contain the spread of the virus. The company’s semiconductors are in everything from dishwashers to satellites, making the business an important indicator of demand across the economy.Executives said they’re seeing short-term demand from customers building chip inventories. When that’s complete, the company expects demand to fall, and it is predicting orders will decline in May.The chipmaker is nonetheless determined to keep production running and build its own stockpile to make sure it can satisfy any snap-back in demand that happens once the pandemic has passed.“Many customers are still processing what’s happening,” said Chief Financial Officer Rafael Lizardi on the conference call. “This thing could go multiple ways in the second quarter and the third.”Under Templeton, the chipmaker has bet on expanded use of electronics in vehicles and industrial systems. Car sales have plummeted during the pandemic and production has halted at many different factories.“Automotive, industrial and consumer are the end markets most impacted by the pandemic,” Susquehanna Investment Group analyst Christopher Rolland wrote in a research note before Tuesday’s results. He cited predictions that vehicle sales will decline 11% this year and noted that economic indicators related to manufacturing are at the lowest levels since the financial crisis in 2009.Texas Instruments shares rose 2% in extended trading after closing at $106.84 in New York. The stock is down 17% this year, a steeper decline than the Philadelphia Stock Exchange Semiconductor Index. The shares have surged in the past six years, partly based on stock buybacks and dividends.“Our objective is to return all free cash flow to the owners of the company,” Lizardi said on Tuesday.(Updates with executive comments throughout)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

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While China’s recovering its footing, lockdowns and quarantine orders in crucial regions such as Southeast Asia are exerting a still-unknown impact on the supply of everything from Nintendo Switches to smartphones.“Air and sea transport options have become unreliable and become more expensive and have increased delays,” Mistry wrote. His letter to customers didn’t specify which products are experiencing delayed shipments and what Broadcom’s normal lead time is between orders and delivery. “We hope that as the global community finds better methods to address the Covid-19 pandemic, the conditions will abate and we will be able to resume our normal operations.”The San Jose, California-based company declined to comment.Not Made in China Is Global Tech’s Next Big Trend: Supply LinesTerry Gou, whose Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. makes many of the world’s most recognizable consumer electronics including the iPhone, said in March China’s production restart had proven faster than expected. But he was worried that disruptions outside of China could become an issue as the coronavirus spreads globally.Broadcom is part of the same supply chain that most of the world’s chipmakers use to outsource production, testing and packaging of their products. It’s a critical link for products from mobile phones to data-center hardware. Any delays in the delivery of its semiconductors could spread throughout that supply network, potentially leading to missed launches of some of the world’s most high-profile and widely used electronic devices.Intel Corp. and Texas Instruments Inc. will report earnings next week, when they’re certain to face questions from investors about their ability to keep their factories running and fill customer orders. Products from companies such as Qualcomm Inc., Nvidia Corp. and Advanced Micro Devices Inc. are built mostly by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., then tested and packaged by other companies in China and Southeast Asia. Some companies perform elements of the process in-house, and a shrinking group are capable of doing all the steps themselves.Wireless customers include Apple and Samsung Electronics Co., which use Broadcom chips to add Wi-Fi and other connectivity to some of the world’s best-selling smartphones. In networking, Broadcom’s switch chips are the market leaders, going into machinery that’s used by all of the biggest equipment makers, including Cisco Systems Inc. and Huawei Technologies Co., and companies such as Amazon.com Inc. that build their own gear.Read more: Nintendo Is Likely to Suffer Global Switch Shortages From VirusOn March 12, Broadcom withdrew its annual sales forecast and gave weak near-term guidance, citing the impact of the pandemic. Chief Executive Officer Hock Tan told investors that, while fundamental demand was still strong and he hadn’t see any negative impact in the first quarter of the year, “visibility was lacking.”As part of a bond offering last week, Broadcom warned investors it was experiencing some disruption to parts of its global supply chain. In the “related risks” section of a regulatory filing, the company highlighted that a main warehouse and a number of assembly and test subcontractors are in Malaysia, which has shut down all non-essential businesses. The warehouse is fully operational, but “many of the facilities of our suppliers and service providers are not,” the company said at the time.“An extended closure of these facilities may require us to move assembly and test services to providers in other countries, and may, eventually, lead to a shortage of some components needed for our products,” Broadcom said. “In the event restrictive measures in Malaysia are intensified and our warehouse is shut down or required to operate at a reduced capacity, our ability to deliver product to our customers would be severely limited.”The test and assembly of chips includes coating them in protective plastic, adding electrical contacts that let them communicate with the rest of the device, and making sure they function. Such work is less expensive and easier to conduct than the processing of silicon wafers that make up the fundamental circuits of the chips. Much of the packaging work was shifted to countries with lower labor costs decades ago.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Analysts Estimate Texas Instruments (TXN) to Report a Decline in Earnings: What to Look Out for
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