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ARM Arm Hldgs.

1,700.00
0.00 (0.00%)
17 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
26/1/2016
21:33
Apple Forecasts First Sales Drop Since 2003 on iPhone Slowdown
philanderer
26/1/2016
09:19
And waving 1000p goodbye again ;-)
philanderer
25/1/2016
16:28
Apple Q1 numbers tomorrow
philanderer
25/1/2016
09:48
And good to see that 1000p back again
philanderer
22/1/2016
17:51
Good week +66p :-)
philanderer
20/1/2016
20:32
Big reversal on Nasdaq ... ARMH now positive

edit: and tumbling again - it`s all over the place , nobody has got a clue what`s happening :-D

philanderer
18/1/2016
08:04
For decades a drop in the oil pride boosts economic growth as does low interest rates. It takes about 18 months for this to work through due to forward buying. Later this year we should therefore expect economic growth to accelerate strongly.
amt
17/1/2016
23:12
Just opened ... FTSE futures -40pts
philanderer
17/1/2016
17:07
i disagree, seems to do more harm than good.
have a read of this.

lucas5950
17/1/2016
16:49
Perverse that a weak oil price should hit financial markets, when it benefits more people than it harms
adamb1978
16/1/2016
14:34
Dinna fash yersel, phil. All traders, ATs and the few OTs are of course going to be overwhelmed by the market correction we're experiencing. I'm now 90% cash, 10% equities. Never have the old adages been more applicable -invest only what you can afford to lose, take a long view (10 years minimum). Mid-stocks are - and have been for years - a much better buy overall than FTSE stocks. The FTSE index performance over the years is appalling, the MCX seems far more stable - although of course not immune to a substantial down turn.
Cheers.

tonio
15/1/2016
18:00
Lowest FTSE100 close since november 2012 ..... US markets closed monday
philanderer
15/1/2016
14:10
Liberum 'sell' target 650p

reiterates

philanderer
13/1/2016
09:15
13 Jan 16 Deutsche hold tp 1000p
13 Jan 16 Goldman Sachs Buy tp 1500p

reiterations

philanderer
12/1/2016
18:04
Well, finally 950 appears on the graph as the turning point - those AT bots' algorithms are relentless. Thank goodness.
tonio
12/1/2016
17:27
Best one in my portfolio this week so far.
philanderer
12/1/2016
14:55
We're gonna be rich!! Yeah to hold!
urgentclick
12/1/2016
12:51
Well well well! Didn't I tipped that one??? Buy buy buy!!! Great future!
rwauu
11/1/2016
00:46
This is going to have a bumpy ride, either hold onto your hats and ride the storm out for a few years or reach for the door. You have been warned, this could go supernova soon.
ball deap
10/1/2016
23:09
Ready for 6 in a row

FTSE futures -70pts

philanderer
08/1/2016
17:39
Arm and Imagination slide on continuing Apple cutback concerns


Recent reports that Apple planned to cut iPhone production has put the company’s suppliers under pressure this week, and that trend is continuing.

The Nikkei in Japan said earlier in the week that Apple could cut production of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus by about 30% in the March quarter compared to its original plans.

Last night two US suppliers to Apple issued warnings, with Radio Frequency chip supplier cutting fourth quarter revenues by 14% and audio chip company Cirrus unveiling a 10% decline.

This news has helped push UK chipmaker Arm down 14p to 954p while rival Imagination Technologies has fallen more than 5% to 118.5p and electronics group Laird is 0.1p lower at 325.5p. Liberum analyst Eoin Lambe said:

Cirrus stated that the weakness only came through late in the fourth quarter and will predominately impact the first quarter. [There is a] negative read to Laird (18% of revenue from Apple), Imagination (34% of revenue ) and Arm (around 7% of revenue). Imagination’s balance sheet may start to get tight.

philanderer
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