Technavio has been monitoring the semiconductor packaging materials market and it is poised to grow by USD 7. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. This press release features multimedia. Although the COVID pandemic continues to transform the growth of various industries, the immediate impact of the outbreak is varied. While a few industries will register a drop in demand, numerous others will continue to remain unscathed and show promising growth opportunities.
ASML Can't Stay Neutral on China for Much Longer
Opportunities for the global semiconductor market: PwC
TSMC, which is based in Taiwan, is the world's most advanced contract chipmaker. Even Intel , which traditionally manufactures its own chips, has started outsourcing some of its chips to TSMC. ASML, which is based in the Netherlands, is the world's top producer of lithography machines. The global semiconductor market can't keep running without these two companies. Shares of TSMC and ASML have more than doubled over the past 12 months amid surging chip sales, and the ongoing global chip shortage could propel both stocks even higher. But which stock is the better overall investment right now?
5 Semiconductor Stocks to Buy as the Market Bounces Back
All rights reserved. Charles St, Baltimore, MD When the novel coronavirus first swept across the globe in February, semiconductor stocks fell off a cliff. Investors feared that the pandemic would kill economic activity, and therefore, kill demand in the global semiconductor market.
This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. Investors and analysts have long speculated that Intel ticker: INTC has been struggling to perfect its so-called seven-nanometer manufacturing process, but the startling admission that it will take at least another half year to get it right spurred investors to re-evaluate chip stocks across the sector. Suppliers that make equipment that Intel and others use to fabricate microprocessors were largely in the red Friday, while Intel competitor Advanced Micro Devices AMD notched its largest single-session gain since March 3, , advancing Taiwan Semiconductor appears to be one company that has been able to manufacture the so-called seven-nanometer chips efficiently enough to turn a profit.