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BERLIN/STOCKHOLM (Reuters) -Infineon, the leading supplier of microchips to the auto industry, on Wednesday reported a rise in third-quarter revenue and lifted its full-year outlook as it continues to benefit from a global shortage of semiconductors. The Munich-based company's revenue grew to 3.62 billion euros in the third quarter, exceeding the 3.42 billion euros expected in a poll of 20 analysts by Vara Research. Infineon raised its 2022 revenue for the third time by 500 million euros ($509 million) to around 14 billion euros, forecasting fourth-quarter revenue of 3.9 billion euros, ahead of expectations of 3.65 billion euros.
DGAP-News: Infineon Technologies AG / Key word(s): Quarter Results/ForecastInfineon Technologies AG: SUCCESSFUL THIRD QUARTER; STRONG REVENUE GROWTH ESPECIALLY IN THE AUTOMOTIVE SEGMENT; FURTHER INCREASES IN REVENUE AND EARNINGS EXPECTED IN THE FOURTH QUARTER 03.08.2022 / 07:30 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. Q3 FY 2022: REVENUE €3.618 BILLION, UP 10 PERCENT ON THE PRECEDING QUARTER AND 33 PERCENT YEAR ON YEAR; SEGMENT RESULT €842 MILLION; SEGMENT RESULT MA