83.60 -4.12 (-4.70%)
Pre-market: 4:51AM EST
|Bid||0.00 x 1200|
|Ask||85.36 x 1200|
|Day's range||87.20 - 89.41|
|52-week range||83.67 - 141.60|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.18|
|PE ratio (TTM)||25.72|
|Earnings date||21 Apr 2020 - 26 Apr 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.48 (1.65%)|
|Ex-dividend date||09 Feb 2020|
|1y target est||102.14|
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Xilinx's (XLNX) third-quarter fiscal 2020 results are hurt by decline in the wired and wireless business. However, focus on checking operating expense is a consistent upside.
Xilinx (XLNX) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 6.25% and -0.30%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Investing.com - Xilinx (NASDAQ:XLNX) announced third quarter earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Tuesday and revenue that fell short of forecasts.
Earnings season kicks into higher gear Tuesday with a slew of quarterly reports, but investors will be paying especially close attention to tech giant Apple and chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices.
Xilinx's (XLNX) Q3 fiscal 2020 earnings are likely to have gained from the Solarflare buyout. However, the impact of the Huawei ban and other trade-related anxieties might have been deterrents.
Xilinx, Inc. (NASDAQ: XLNX), the leader in adaptive and intelligent computing, today announced that it has filed claims against Analog Devices, Inc., asserting infringement of eight United States patents in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware. The lawsuit details the unauthorized use by Analog Devices of certain Xilinx technologies involving serializers/deserializers (SerDes), high-speed analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) and digital-to-analog converters (DACs), as well as mixed-signal devices targeting 5G and other markets. In addition to seeking damages, Xilinx is requesting that Analog Devices be enjoined from selling, offering to sell, or importing into the United States, products that infringe Xilinx’s asserted patents.
(Bloomberg) -- Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., a major chipmaker to Apple Inc. and Huawei Technologies Co., has recruited rival Intel Corp.’s former top lobbyist Peter Cleveland to spearhead an unprecedented effort in Washington to mitigate impact from U.S.-Chinese trade tensions.The world’s biggest contract chipmaker joins a growing number of companies with Chinese business interests that are stepping up U.S. lobbying, aiming to gauge and lessen the fallout from Washington’s ongoing dispute with Beijing. The Taiwanese company indicated in July it was considering starting government relations operations in the U.S.Cleveland, who headed Intel’s lobbying effort for over a decade, updated his LinkedIn profile this month to reflect new responsibilities including representing TSMC on policy, legislative and regulatory matters. There’s been speculation U.S. sanctions may affect TSMC’s shipments to Huawei. But the Taiwanese chipmaker has publicly quashed talk of U.S. pressure for it to stop supplying its No. 2 customer, which Washington blacklisted and views as a national security threat.Read more: TSMC to Keep Supplying Huawei, Quashes Talk of U.S. Pressure“Peter Cleveland is helping TSMC enhance communications with stakeholders including government officials at a global level,” TSMC spokeswoman Nina Kao told Bloomberg News by phone, adding Cleveland is based in Washington D.C.While there have been TSMC staffers tasked with similar responsibilities previously, Cleveland’s arrival coalesces the effort under one independent position, according to Kao. TSMC plays an indispensable role in the global semiconductor industry, commanding more than 50% of the global foundry market. U.S. and Chinese tech companies from Advanced Micro Devices Inc. to Nvidia Corp. rely on it for the production of their most advanced chips.It joins a wave of companies that in recent months have begun to play a more active role in lobbying Washington. Huawei spent a company-record $1.8 million on federal lobbying in the past quarter as it struggled against U.S. sanctions that deprived it of key components or software from American suppliers like Intel, Xilinx Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google. TikTok, the popular music-video app owned by Beijing-based ByteDance Inc., is also expanding its U.S. lobbying operations.Huawei is TSMC’s largest customer after Apple, according to Bloomberg supply chain data, contributing roughly 10% of the chipmaker’s revenue. Cleveland managed 200 attorneys and policy professionals while at Intel, and his areas of expertise include antitrust reviews, 5G spectrum allocations, and global IP enforcement and protection, according to his LinkedIn profile. Before Intel, he served as California Senator Dianne Feinstein’s chief of staff.Read more: Trump’s Blacklisting of Huawei Is Failing to Halt Its Growth\--With assistance from Ian King and Vlad Savov.To contact the reporter on this story: Debby Wu in Taipei at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Edwin Chan at email@example.com, Colum MurphyFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
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The U.S. government may expand its power to stop more foreign shipments of products with U.S. technology to China's Huawei, amid frustration the company's blacklisting has failed to cut off supplies to the world's largest telecoms equipment maker, two sources said. The U.S. Commerce Department in May placed Huawei Technologies on a trade blacklist, citing national security concerns. Putting Huawei on the entity list, as it is known, allowed the U.S. government to restrict sales of U.S.-made goods to the company, and some more limited items made abroad that contain U.S. technology.
Keysight's (KEYS) fiscal fourth-quarter results are likely to reflect robust adoption of electronic design and test instrumentation systems amid concerns over Huawei blacklisting and trade war.