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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (2330.TW)

Taiwan - Taiwan Delayed price. Currency in TWD
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585.00-6.00 (-1.02%)
At close: 1:30PM CST
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Previous close591.00
Open592.00
Bid584.00 x 0
Ask585.00 x 0
Day's range583.00 - 592.00
52-week range382.00 - 679.00
Volume15,705,191
Avg. volume31,035,741
Market cap15.169T
Beta (5Y monthly)1.01
PE ratio (TTM)28.06
EPS (TTM)20.85
Earnings date13 Oct 2021 - 18 Oct 2021
Forward dividend & yield11.00 (1.88%)
Ex-dividend date16 Sept 2021
1y target est262.88
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