Disco Corp.

DISCO and its affiliates are mainly engaged in the manufacture, sale and maintenance of precision cutting, grinding and polishing machines. Co. is also engaged in the manufacture and sale of precision diamond abrasive tools, and disassembly and recycling of precision cutting, grinding and polishing machines. Co.'s principal precision machines are dicing and cutting saws, laser saws, grinders, polishers, wafer mounters, die separators, surface planers, water jet saws, and products for new processes. Co.'s principal precision processing tools are dicing blades, grinding wheels, and dry polishing wheels.
  • Ticker6146
  • ISINJP3548600000
  • SectorIndustrial Engineering
  • CountryJapan

With a more favourable environment, DISCO CORPORATION improves to Slightly Positive

DISCO CORPORATION (JP), a company active in the Semiconductors industry, is favoured by a more supportive environment. The independent financial analyst theScreener has confirmed the fundamental rating of the title, which shows 3 out of 4 stars, as well as its unchanged, moderately risky market behaviour. The title leverages a more favourable environment and raises its general evaluation to Slightly Positive. As of the analysis date March 20, 2020, the closing price was JPY 17,960.00 and its potential was estimated at JPY 28,021.72.

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After numerous trade war escalations and setbacks, it is easy to become resigned to the belief that there will be no end to the trade war. We have come to expect the unexpected when it comes to President Trump's tactics, so the best course of action may be to assume nothing. Last week's “Phase 1” US-China trade agreement is certainly a step in the right direction, and for now we are taking the truce at face value as a positive development while also knowing that