TSMC eyes $100B investment over three years to boost chip capacity

  • Taiwan Semiconductor (NYSE:TSM) says it plans to spend $100B over the next three years to expand its chip fabrication capacity.
  • TSMC, whose customers include Apple and Qualcomm , already had indicated plans to spend $25B-$28B this year to develop and produce advanced chips.
  • "We are entering a period of higher growth as the multiyear megatrends of 5G and high-performance computing are expected to fuel strong demand for our semiconductor technologies in the next several years.
  • TSMC's prospects have brightened with Intel going the foundry services route.

    Over the current book year the company from Hsinchu could achieve a revenue around 1.53 billion SEK (consensus estimates). This is hugely more than 2020's revenue of 1339.25 billion SEK.

    Historical revenues and results Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co plus estimates 2020

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    The analysts expect for 2021 a net profit of 579.12 billion SEK. The majority of the analysts expects for this year a profit per share of 22.39 SEK. The PE-ratio therefore is 27.24.

    Analysts expect a dividend of 11.93 SEK per share. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co's dividend yield thus equals 1.96 percent. The average dividend yield of the semiconductor companies equals a low 0.72 percent.

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co's market capitalization is based on the number of outstanding shares around 15817.53 billion SEK. The Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co stock was the past 12 months quite volatile. Since last April the stock is even 127 percent higher. This year the stock price moved between 279 and 679 T dollar.

    Historical stock prices Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co2007-2021

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    At 8.30 the stock trades 1.33 percent higher at 610 SEK.

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