Chipmakers' Sales Hurt by Semiconductor Shortage -- Market Talk
1044 ET - Chip makers say the lack of supplies have caused them to lose sales. "Trust me, we would be shipping a lot more if we weren't constrained by the supply chain of these other components
No End in Sight for Semiconductor Shortage -- Market Talk
1034 ET - The semiconductor shortage is worsening, with wait times lengthening, buyers hoarding products and the potential end looking less likely to materialize by next year. Some buyers trying
Sony Group Corp's game business is a drag on profits in the second quarter and will continue to discuss Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd's setting up a factory in Japan.
On October 28th, Sony Group Corp announced his financial results for the second quarter of fiscal year 2021, which ended on September 30th. According to the financial report, Sony Group Corp's revenue in the second quarter was 2.3694 trillion yen ($20.86 billion), up 13% from 2.1051 trillion yen in the same period last year. Sony Group Corp's net profit was 213.1 billion yen ($1.876 billion), down 54% from 458.6 billion yen in the same period last year. During the reporting period, the company's games and online services (G&NS), film and music and other sectors of business grew rapidly compared with the same period last year. In the first half of this fiscal year, the company's revenue was 4.62.
The shortage of semiconductors is difficult to prevent PS5 from selling more than expected in Sony Group Corp's quarterly report, admitting that he plans to build a chip factory with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd.
According to the Financial Associated Press (Shanghai, editor Xia Junxiong), on Thursday local time, Sony Group Corp Group announced its results for the second quarter of fiscal 2021 (as of September 21). Although the profit of the game business declined, but thanks to the strong performance of the electronics business, Sony Group Corp's operating profit in the second quarter unexpectedly increased by 1%, exceeding market expectations. According to the financial report, Sony Group Corp's revenue in the second quarter was 2.3694 trillion yen ($20.87 billion), up 13% from a year earlier, mainly due to a sharp increase in revenue from the games, film and music businesses. Sony Group Corp's operating profit in the second quarter was 318.5 billion yen ($2.8 billion), compared with the same period last year.
摘要：10月28日消息，根据市场调研机构TrendForce 表示，在全球电子产品供应链出现芯片荒的同时，晶圆代工产能供不应求衍生的各项涨价效应，推升前十大晶圆代工业者产值在2020 及2021 年连续两年皆出现超越20% 的年增长率，突破千亿美元大关。展望2022 年，在台积电为首的晶圆代工厂的涨价潮带动下，预期明年晶圆代工产值将达1,176.9 亿美元，年增13.3%。10月28日消息，根据市
Is it futile for the United States to spend 52 billion to build a chip supply chain? Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd refused to bow his head and publicly choked.
Recently, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd, who was forced to break the jar, seemed to be on the rivalry with the United States. Previously, the United States asked chip manufacturers such as Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd and Samsung to hand over trade secret data, but Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd rebuffed, saying that he would never do anything to sell shareholders or harm the interests of customers. On Tuesday night, Zhang Zhongmou, founder of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd, also publicly mocked that the United States was doing useless work. In June, the US Senate passed a $52 billion chip funding bill to attract many chip companies to build factories in the US in an attempt to recreate a homegrown chip supply chain and restore US leadership in chip manufacturing. In response, Zhang Zhongmou publicly pledged
The United States invests tens of billions of dollars to control the supply chain Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd: far from enough
Zhongguancun online News: as early as May this year, "Reuters" reported that the United States had approved an emergency supplementary funding of 52 billion US dollars, with a view to greatly increasing the production and research and development of US semiconductor chips within five years, and wanted to control the chip supply chain at home. Zhang Zhongmou, founder of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd, denied the US move, saying the plan was too small to rebuild a complete supply chain in the US, according to media reports. "even if you spend tens of billions of dollars, you will still find that the supply chain is incomplete, and the cost of the supply chain resulting from such an investment will be very high, even more expensive than the existing supply chain," he said at an event.
Goldman Sachs Group is at odds with the mainstream view: there are three reasons for the sharp decline in US inflation in 2022.
The original title: Goldman Sachs Group is at odds with the mainstream view: us inflation may fall sharply in 2022 due to three news agencies (Shanghai, editor Bian Chun). As news of soaring prices of commodities and consumer goods continues to appear in the press, there is growing concern that US inflation will worsen and remain high for a long time. Goldman Sachs Group (Goldman Sachs), on the other hand, expressed some views different from the mainstream view on the long-term inflation outlook. Jane Hatzus (Jan Hatzius), chief economist of Goldman Sachs Group, said on Tuesday (October 10)
AMD's revenue grew 54% in the third quarter: strong demand for chips from beneficiary servers and game consoles
AMD reported that its third-quarter profit and revenue exceeded analysts' expectations after Tuesday's close, and expectations for fourth-quarter results were also strong. The stock rose 1% in after-hours trading. Here's how the chipmaker performed relative to average market expectations for the quarter ended October 2: earnings per share: adjusted to $0.73, compared with market expectations of $0.67, up 16% from a year earlier. Revenue: $4.31 billion, market is expected to be $4.12 billion, year-on-year increase
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger on profitability pivot, chips shortage
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger on Profitability Pivot, Chips Shortage