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ARM Arm Hldgs.

1,700.00
0.00 (0.00%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Arm Hldgs. LSE:ARM London Ordinary Share GB0000595859 ORD 0.05P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 1,700.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
0 0 N/A 0

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/1/2016
17:05
Five in a row for -9.5% on the week , 1300p will take many months ;-)
philanderer
08/1/2016
12:14
Topped up on the arm economic moat at 951
steptoes yard
08/1/2016
09:43
08 Jan 16 Credit Suisse Outperform tp 1175p
08 Jan 15 Barclays Overweight tp 1250p

reiterations

philanderer
07/1/2016
20:22
....Dow really going for it -400 pts and counting

Five in a row for the uk tomorrow.

philanderer
07/1/2016
13:36
£40bn wiped off FTSE100 in 4 days this year ...... took all of 2015 to knock that off last year ;-)
philanderer
07/1/2016
13:24
Hi, 'hope' not involved, its Automated Trading - the automated bit requires programming and they seem to rely on chartist patterns like h&s - as it seems to me, they sell to drive the share price down to the turning point given by h&s 'theory' then start buying. Overall market conditions have to be really bad to change the outcome and of course that may still happen.
tonio
06/1/2016
23:28
"Amazon to Sell Its Own Brand of Chips Next to Wipes, USB Cables"


Amazon.com Inc. is expanding the products it makes and sells under its own brand with a foray into chips for computers and gadgets, adding to a portfolio of products that includes baby wipes, USB cables and batteries.

Annapurna Labs, a subsidiary of the Web retailer, announced Wednesday that it has developed a line of chips called Alpine to sell to manufacturers and data-center operators. The semiconductors are based on designs from ARM Holdings Plc and can be used to create products that handle Wi-Fi, stream video, run data centers, or be embedded in small, low-cost Internet of Things devices, the company said.

philanderer
06/1/2016
13:06
Shares in European microchip makers slump on Apple production cut rumours

Shares in European microchip makers faltered this morning amid reports that Apple is planning to slash production of its iPhone models.

The tech giant is expected to cut production of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus by around 30pc this quarter, according to a Nikkei report.

The news triggered a 2.5pc dip in the Apple share price yesterday as it suggested inventories of the iPhone models launched in September had piled up in recent months.

This morning, UK-listed chip designers are also feeling the pain. Cambridge-based ARM Holdings - which makes products for Apple and Samsung - is poised for its worst day in three months - down 34p, or 3.4pc, to 969.6p.

David Madden, of IG, said: “Chip makers are heavily dependent on the smartphone sector and should production be cut at major producers like Apple the knock on effect will dent their business.

“The long-term outlook is also concerning because if a titan of technology like Apple is considering reducing output then android phone manufacturers are likely to do the same, which would compound the chip makers problems.”

Just last month, shares in Dialog Semiconductor slumped to their lowest level in a year after the company slashed its revenue targets. It blamed weaker-than-expected demand for chips in smartphones from customers, such as Apple and Samsung, for the move.

There has been growing concern in recent months that the smartphone sector is slowing down. In China, the world’s biggest market for smartphones, sales fell 4pc last year as economic growth cooled.

philanderer
06/1/2016
12:09
Sit on your hands Salpara .. 2016 is looking ugly
philanderer
06/1/2016
09:30
Nearly bought a stake after the last set of solid results.....rather glad that I held off!
salpara111
06/1/2016
09:05
At least that , more likely 850p if North Korea let another one off !

Hell of a start to the year for the markets.

Worse in 16 years for FTSE100

philanderer
06/1/2016
08:30
Oops!
Clear head 'n' shoulders - peak at ~1130, shoulders ~1040, implying 950 as the possible turning point.

tonio
05/1/2016
20:33
Apple is expected to cut production of its latest iPhone models by about 30% in the January-March quarter, compared with its original plans, according to Japanese news service Nikkei.

Inventories of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus have piled up since its launch last September, production will be scaled back to let dealers go through their current stock, Nikkei added.

philanderer
05/1/2016
10:42
ARM Holdings plc (LON:ARM)‘s stock had its “neutral”; rating reaffirmed by equities researchers at Natixis in a report issued on Tuesday, MarketBeat reports. They presently have a 1000p target price on the stock.
philanderer
04/1/2016
18:08
Oh well , support around 975p ?
philanderer
04/1/2016
15:27
Looks like 2016 will be great for ARM! Everyone is going mobile. Forget laptops- tablet laptop hybrids coming!
rwauu
04/1/2016
11:25
from HL "Investment Times"
Smartphones pack vast computing power into tiny packages, but their big limitation is battery capacity. Computers were powered by the mains, so frugality of power usage was not a priority. ARM Holdings saw an opportunity and seized it.

ARM was spun out of Acorn Computers and is now valued at over £10bn. They design the processor circuitry for silicon chips and license the designs to manufacturers, who pay a royalty for each chip they make. Low power usage has won ARM an 85% market share for mobile microprocessors, and its designs are increasingly used elsewhere too.

Growth has impressed. Revenues are up thirty-fold since 1997 and twelve billion royalty-earning ARM-based chips were shipped in 2014. Volumes have compounded at 20% in recent years, and strong license sales promise further growth in royalties ahead.

Because it sells designs, ARM has no need for factories, meaning high margins and strong cash flow. The company has built up cash of almost £900m.

Track records like this are rare, and the market recognises this. But ARM is not as expensive as it was; it stands on a PE well below the 40x typical for ARM in recent years. Plenty of shares trade on lower ratings, but ARM has a unique market position in some of the world’s key technology growth hotspots.

tudes100
01/1/2016
09:36
Tipped by Hargreaves Lansdown according to Mail online
philanderer
18/12/2015
17:16
Well they sort of tried.

-57p on the week.

Sharecast:

ARM Holdings was the biggest faller after a perception amongst traders that Apple's Christmas sales are not going as well as the company had hoped. It's the same reason why some of ARM's competitors have been hit over the last few weeks, and the FTSE 100 company could be playing catch up.

"A recent announcement from one of Apple's suppliers in the US has raised concerns that the latest quarter could well be hit by declining phone sales for Apple as we head towards Christmas," said CMC Markets' Michael Hewson.

philanderer
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