|Bid||86.50 x 8000|
|Ask||0.00 x 10000|
|Day's range||148.90 - 152.65|
|52-week range||90.50 - 152.65|
|PE ratio (TTM)||34.50|
|Earnings date||17 Jan 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.30 (0.85%)|
|1y target est||147.46|
ASML delivered better-than-expected sales and earnings for the third quarter, but its revenue guidance for the current quarter came in light.
The Veldhoven, Netherlands-based company said it had profit of $1.52 per share. The results exceeded Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of four analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research ...
Japan's general election will follow the weekend after. Europe holds an EU summit amid deadlocked Brexit talks, Catalonia faces a deadline to clarify its fudged independence move from Spain and Sunday's Austrian elections could give it one of the youngest world leaders ever. The G20 meets this weekend around the annual IMF meeting, and Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi and Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda all speak.
ASML Holding (ASML) is seeing solid earnings estimate revision and has a favorable Zacks rank, making it well positioned for future earnings growth.
ASML Holding (ASML) is seeing solid earnings estimate revision activity, and is in great company from a Zacks Industry Rank perspective.
European shares faltered on Wednesday as a global equity rally showed signs of flagging, with Apple suppliers struggling after the new iPhone release disappointed with a later than expected shipping date. ...
A broad barometer of global stocks rose for a ninth straight session on Wednesday as earnings season in the United States and Europe heated up, while the dollar clawed back from 10-month lows and oil prices jumped. The S&P 500, Dow industrials and Nasdaq marked record closing highs in the United States, tracking strong performances by major European stock indexes as the tech sector gave a boost in both regions. “In the U.S., the earnings season seems to be surprising a little bit on the upside," said Bruce McCain, chief investment strategist at Key Private Bank in Cleveland.
A gauge of global stocks climbed for a ninth straight session on Wednesday as earnings season heated up in the United States and Europe, while the dollar bounced modestly off 10-month lows. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq tallied intraday record highs in the U.S., picking up from strong performances by major European stock indexes, with the tech sector giving a boost in both regions. After decent gains in Asia on the back of positive signs from global economic powerhouse China, MSCI (Frankfurt: 3HM.F - news) 's world stocks index looked set for a ninth day of gains which would mark its longest winning streak since October 2015.
A slew of upbeat updates from European firms helped the region's benchmark index rise on Wednesday and recoup the previous session's sharp losses, with tech stocks enjoying their best day in 10 months ...
A gauge of global stocks climbed for a ninth straight session on Wednesday after a slew of corporate earnings reports in the United States and Europe, while the dollar bounced moderately off of 10-month lows. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq (Frankfurt: 813516 - news) hit intraday record highs, picking up from strong performances by major European stock indexes. The global index gained 0.33 percent, setting a record high for a fifth straight session.
European shares pulled back on Wednesday, as energy stocks fell on tumbling crude prices and banks were hit after weak U.S. data raised questions over future rate hikes in the world's biggest economy. ...
A round-up of notable broker activity this morning from Europe's top-ranked* analysts: ** Micro Focus International : 5-star rated Citi analyst cuts rating to "neutral", saying it sees flowback ...
Recovering technology stocks gave European shares another leg up on Wednesday, while deal chatter sent Sweden's Hexagon soaring to a record high. The pan-European STOXX 600 benchmark and its euro zone ...
European technology stocks suffered their sharpest selloff on Monday since the aftermath of last year's Brexit referendum, underscoring investor concerns about rich valuations across sectors most sensitive to economic growth. Downgrades of the tech sector coupled with a slump in Apple's share price on a report that iPhones to be launched this year will use modem chips with slower download speeds than some rival smartphones, sparked a selloff in tech shares that knocked Wall Street on Friday and spread to Europe and Asia on Monday. Europe's tech stocks were down more than 4 percent as Apple, a bellwether for the sector globally, fell another 3.8 percent at a seven-week low, piling further pressure on the sector.
Shares of European suppliers of microchips, sensors and circuitry to Apple fell on Wednesday after the smartphone company's much-awaited iPhone sales missed expectations in the second quarter. Suppliers ...
It's not banking or mining shares, but rather technology stocks, that have come up trumps in Europe this year and are poised to end the first quarter as the best-performing sector. European tech companies often pale in comparison to the glamour of peers across the pond such as Facebook (NasdaqGS: FB - news) , Snap Inc and Amazon, and are dwarfed in terms of market value. The U.S. sector, at $4.3 trillion, is worth more than eight times Europe's.
European shares ended little changed on Wednesday with investors looking at corporate earnings for market direction as more doubts emerged that a rally triggered by Donald Trump's U.S. presidential election win would continue. The STOXX 600 edged 0.2 percent higher after a choppy session, while the UK's FTSE added 0.4 percent, bouncing after posting its biggest one-day drop since June 2016 in the previous session on Brexit jitters. "The risk is that... (Trump's) early focus will be negative, focused more on tough trade politics, instead of the more market-positive tax cuts and infrastructure investments," Finnish investment company Evli said in a note.
European shares edged lower on Wednesday as a slump in education publisher Pearson's shares weighed on media stocks, though ASML and Novozymes gained after robust updates. The pan-European STOXX 600 index ...
European shares edged higher on Wednesday in early deals, helped by a slew of well-received company results from ASML, Novozymes and Burberry, though shares in Pearson slumped after its update. The pan-European ...