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Thursday, April 24, 2014
Preferring Inotera Memories Inc. (華亞科技) to Nanya Technology Corp. (南亞科技), two foreign brokerages on Wednesday respectively raised target prices for Inotera to NT$36 and NT$41.
The U.S. dollar rose against the New Taiwan dollar Wednesday, gaining NT$0.023 to close at the day's high of NT$30.326 after moving in a narrow range ahead of the release of manufacturing activity data in the United States, dealers said.
Shares in Taiwan closed lower Wednesday after briefly breaching 9,000 points as the bellwether electronics sector came under pressure from investors pocketing earlier gains, dealers said.
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
The Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) signed an agreement Tuesday with the Business Development Department of Oregon to expand cooperation in various technology sectors.
HTC Corp. has announced three smartphones for the India market that range from high-end to entry-level models, part of Taiwanese handset maker's efforts to boost sales in the second quarter.
Taiwan's Catcher Technology Co., a casing supplier for Apple Inc., will benefit from next-generation iPhone product cycle and the growing adoption of metal casings in smartphones, Morgan Stanley said Monday in a research note.
Xiaomi Corp., a fast-growing Chinese maker of cheap smartphones, is working on its first tablet computer with chipmakers Intel Corp. and Nvidia Corp. to cash in on China's tablet market, according to the Topology Research Institute.
Inotera Memories (華亞科技) and Nanya Technology Corp. (南亞科技) on Monday posted better-than-expected net profits of NT$11.2 billion and NT$6.1 billion for the first quarter.
Taiwanese investors are among the most unrealistic in setting investment targets, according to a report released by Legg Mason Global Asset Management, yesterday.
Taiwan's jobless rate edged lower in March largely because of a decline in the number of people laid off or who had temporary contracts terminated, government statistics showed Tuesday.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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