Tokyo Electron Ltd.

Tokyo Electron is a supplier of semiconductor production equipment ("SPE") and flat panel display ("FPD") selling through global network that spans Japan, the U.S., Europe and Asia. Co.'s principal products are coater/developers, plasma etch systems, thermal processing systems, single wafer deposition systems, cleaning systems (auto wet station, single wafer cleaning system, pre-clean system and scrubber system), wafer prober, FPD coater/developers and FPD plasma etch/ash systems. In addition, Co., through its subsidiaries, is engaged in the provision of transportation services, insurance services, as well as the support services for Co.'s photovoltaic cell ("PV") production equipment.
  • Ticker8035
  • ISINJP3571400005
  • SectorTechnology Hardware & Equipment
  • CountryJapan

For TOKYO ELECTRON LTD., the environment deterioration entails a downgrade to Neutral

TOKYO ELECTRON LTD. (JP), a company active in the Semiconductors industry, now shows a lower overall rating. The independent financial analyst theScreener just confirmed the fundamental rating of 3 stars out of 4, as well as the stock market behaviour of the title as moderately risky. However, environmental deterioration penalises the general evaluation, which is downgraded to Neutral. As of the analysis date March 13, 2020, the closing price was JPY 18,840.00 and its expected value was estimated at JPY 23,673.18.

Feasibility Study Results in December to be a Catalyst for this Junior

Feasibility Study Results in December to be a Catalyst for this Junior

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Int'l Macro Vision: Sector Synopsis

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 the risk of setbacks/escalations remains high. Despite positive trade developments last week, the markets and the technicals are tell...

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Int'l Insights: Bullish Developed Markets Stocks

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  • Ross LaDuke

Vermilion Int'l Compass: Global Equity Strategy

Fed cut, now what? The Fed's 25 bps cut and Powell's evasiveness in committing to a new easing cycle was seen as more hawkish than expected. In our opinion Powell was essentially saying the Fed will act as appropriate moving forward, and we can't blame him considering this was largely an “insurance cut” as opposed to a rescue attempt to avoid recession, and we may or may not need additional insurance moving forward. Overall the weight of the evidence supports further consolidation - i.e., no breakouts for now - on the broad global indexes (MSCI ACWI, ACWI ex-US, EAFE, and EM), and considering...

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Int'l Macro Vision: Sector Synopsis

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 the risk of setbacks/escalations remains high. Despite positive trade developments last week, the markets and the technicals are tell...