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The uncertainty has led Morgan Stanley to reiterate its recommendation to buy dividend stocks. The investment bank noted that the MSCI Asia Pacific ex-Japan High Dividend Index has slightly underperformed the MSCI Asia Pacific ex-Japan index in the second quarter of the year, albeit by only 0.34 percentage points. "We still prefer Dividend stocks given cautious risk sentiment in Asia/EM and see support in valuations for quality dividend stocks due to their defensiveness. Investor appetite on corporate reform and shareholder return theme in Asia/EM also remain high, which are likely to benefit dividend stocks." The company provides distillery services and Morgan Stanley sees it benefitting from "improving demand for high-end products and mid-market brands."
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Morgan, Wuliangye, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Asia, UST, U.S . Treasury, Wuliangye Yibin Company, China's Shenzhen Stock Exchange, FTSE, G, Won, Korea Exchange, American Locations: Japan, Asia, Pacific, China, FTSE China, Korean, U.S
"A solid iPhone replacement cycle and spec upgrade should help HH's better sales/earnings in 2025-26," the investment bank's analysts wrote. The bank expects the China-based design and manufacturing giant to see strong margins as demand for its casings increases in tandem with better iPhone shipment cycles between 2025 and 2026. "We lift Foxconn Industrial Internet (FII)'s 2024-26E earnings by 2-6% on potentially better iPhone casing sales and strong AI server contribution," the analysts wrote. "We expect BYDE's casing profitability to gradually improve on better operation efficiency (higher automation rate, improving yield)," the analysts wrote. They have lifted the company's 2025-2026 earnings expectations by 2% to "reflect potentially better iPhone volume, robust auto expansion as well as rising AI-related contribution (server, robot)."
Persons: Ming, Chi Kuo, Ross Young, Hai, BofA, Foxconn, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Tech, Apple, Bank of America, Hai Precision Industry, Taiwan Stock Exchange, American Depository, New, Industrial, Taiwan Stock Exchanges, U.S . Its, Shenzhen Stock Exchange, China 5G, Semiconductor, Hong Kong Exchange, Hong Locations: U.S, New Taiwan, China, Shanghai, Taiwan, U.S . Its Shanghai, Hong Kong
Shares of Dutch food delivery marketplace Just Eat Takeaway.com could more than double over the next 12 months, according to Jefferies analysts. Jefferies remains bullish on Just Eat, even as the company's U.S. business Grubhub has faced the pressures of government price controls imposed on restaurants since the Covid-19 pandemic. Just Eat expects a $100 million EBITDA impact from the amending of the fee caps, the Jefferies note reported. Shares of the delivery firm have also moved away from their high during the Covid pandemic, and are now down 18.1% year-to-date and 22.5% in the last 12 months. It also trades as an American Depository Receipt in the U.S. — CNBC's Michael Bloom contributed to this report.
Persons: Jefferies, Grubhub, Giles Throne, Throne, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Jefferies, U.S ., TKWY, Euronext Amsterdam, London Stock Exchange, American Locations: U.S, New York, New York City
A Zeekr 001 electric vehicle (EV) by Geely is seen displayed at the Zeekr booth during a media day for the Auto Shanghai show in Shanghai, China April 19, 2021. Chinese electric vehicle maker Zeekr priced its initial public offering at $21 a share Thursday, at the top end of its range, according to news reports. Zeekr, which is backed by Chinese-based automotive group Geely, offers several luxury vehicle models, including an upscale sedan it began delivering in January. "Our sales gap with Tesla keeps on narrowing," Zeekr CEO Andy An told CNBC in an interview last month translated from Mandarin. Zeekr has said it plans to use the proceeds from the offering to develop more advanced battery electric vehicle technologies.
Persons: Geely, Tesla, Andy, Zeekr, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch Organizations: Auto Shanghai, New York Stock Exchange, Reuters, Bloomberg News, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, Tesla, CNBC, Underwriters, China International Capital Locations: Shanghai, China, Zhejiang, Europe, Latin America, Sweden, Netherlands
Aging population plays In developed markets with aging populations , health-care needs will rise, creating an investment opportunity in the sector, Li said. "The relative outperformance of the health-care sector is to be expected in the context of an aging population," Li said. It tracks the health-care sector of the S & P 500 . "An economy-wide, sustained productivity boom is very hard to achieve, especially in the context of the supply constraint coming from, among other things, demographic shortage, aging population," Li said. "If India is able to bring more people into the working population, especially women, that will significantly boost its growth trajectory," she said.
Persons: Wei Li, dwindles, BlackRock, Li, It's, it's Organizations: BlackRock, World Health Organization, United Nations, Healthcare, Bank Locations: BlackRock, Japan, U.S, Indonesia, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, India, China
Alibaba cofounder Jack Ma walked back on plans to sell the company's stock. The Chinese tech giant's stock crashed last week after it nixed a plan to spin off its $11 billion cloud business. AdvertisementAlibaba cofounder Jack Ma reversed plans to sell the company's stock following a slump in its stock price last week. The company's stock sank in response, wiping out $26 billion in value over two days. But Ma isn't selling the stock since its current value is lower than its actual value, she said in the memo.
Persons: Jack Ma, , Alibaba, Ma, Jane Jiang Fang, Jiang, Ma's Organizations: Service, Reuters, Bloomberg, South China Morning, Big Tech, Baidu, Business Locations: Beijing, China,
3D printed clouds and figurines are seen in front of the Alibaba Cloud service logo in this illustration taken February 8, 2022. Two company sources told Reuters that Ma's move had generated a lot of discussion within the company, as did Jiang's post. Alibaba and the Jack Ma Foundation, the philanthropic organization that handles media queries for the billionaire, did not immediately respond to requests for comment. In her internal note, Jiang also repeated comments from Ma's family office shared with the Alibaba-owned newspaper South China Morning Post on Friday that Ma remained "very positive" about Alibaba and that his family trust eventually did not sell a single share. The company has also been grappling with some upheaval in its top ranks, welcoming a new CEO, Eddie Wu, in September.
Persons: Dado, Jack Ma's, Jiang Fang, Jiang, Jack Ma, Ma, Alibaba, Eddie Wu, Daniel Zhang, Casey, Jenny Wang, Brenda Goh, David Evans Organizations: REUTERS, Rights, HK, Reuters, Jack Ma Foundation, China Morning, Casey Hall, Thomson Locations: Rights SHANGHAI, BEIJING, Shanghai, Beijing
"Investors had hoped to receive separate shares of the cloud business in hopes the segment could achieve a higher multiple in the public markets due to its growth potential." The company then appointed Eddie Wu, one of Alibaba Group's co-founders and long-time lieutenant of former chief Jack Ma, as both CEO of Alibaba and the cloud business. Instead the group would focus on growing the cloud business and providing investment for its AI drivers, he said. [1/2]3D printed clouds and figurines are seen in front of the Alibaba Cloud service logo in this illustration taken February 8, 2022. Alibaba International Digital Commerce, a business that includes platforms such as Lazada and AliExpress, however reported a 53% rise in revenues, with retail revenue up 73% year-on-year.
Persons: Cainiao, Thomas Hayes, Alibaba's, Daniel Zhang, Eddie Wu, Alibaba Group's, Jack Ma, Zhang, Joseph Tsai, Tsai, Wu, Dado Ruvic, Alibaba, Akash Sriram, Brenda Goh, Sam Holmes, Arun Koyyur, Jane Merriman Organizations: Alibaba, HK, Tencent Holdings, Alibaba's, Investors, Analysts, Cloud Intelligence Group, REUTERS, Alibaba Group Holdings, PDD Holdings, Digital Commerce, Casey Hall, Thomson Locations: U.S, China, Hong Kong, Alibaba's U.S, Bengaluru, Shanghai
Founder and Chairman of Chinese internet giant Alibaba Jack Ma gives a speech at Paris' high profile startups and high tech leaders gathering, Viva Tech, in Paris, France May 16, 2019. REUTERS/Charles Platiau Acquire Licensing RightsNov 17 (Reuters) - Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma is "very positive" about the company and will continue to hold its shares, the South China Morning Post reported on Friday, citing a communiqué from his office. The comments from Ma's office come a day after a regulatory filing showed that his family trust was set to sell 10 million American Depository Shares of Alibaba Group Holdings (9988.HK), for about $871 million. The sale will be on Nov. 21 by JSP Investment and JC Properties, funds that are part of Ma's family trust. Ma stepped down as Alibaba chairman in 2019 but remains a major shareholder through his family trust.
Persons: Jack Ma, Charles Platiau, Alibaba, Ma, Yuvraj Malik, Saumyadeb Organizations: Viva Tech, REUTERS, China Morning Post, Alibaba Group Holdings, HK, JSP Investment, JC, Hong, Alibaba, Thomson Locations: Paris, France, U.S, Hong Kong, Bengaluru
The logo of Lilly is seen on a wall of the Lilly France company unit, part of the Eli Lilly and Co drugmaker group, in Fegersheim near Strasbourg, France, February 1, 2018. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler Acquire Licensing RightsNov 17 (Reuters) - Retail flows into Eli Lilly (LLY.N) spiked to a more than two-year high in November, as small investors rushed to buy the stock after the U.S. pharma major received a highly anticipated approval for its weight-loss drug Zepbound. Lilly and Novo Nordisk (NOVOb.CO) - seen as leaders in a potential $100 billion obesity treatment market - have helped rekindle retail investor interest in the healthcare sector. "During the COVID period, retail investors were piling into healthcare because of the vaccines and after that there was a bit of a hangover of purchases. Reuters GraphicsRetail investors are now "catching up" with institutional investors, said Sel Hardy, vice president of equity research at CFRA.
Persons: Lilly, Eli Lilly, Vincent Kessler, Zepbound, Marco Iachini, Hardy, JPMorgan Chase, Vanda, Ozempic, drugmakers, Iachini, Bhanvi Satija, Sriraj Organizations: REUTERS, U.S . pharma, Vanda Research, Novo Nordisk, Graphics Retail, Sel Hardy, JPMorgan, BlackRock, AMC, Thomson Locations: Lilly France, Fegersheim, Strasbourg, France, U.S, Bengaluru
The drop, potentially its biggest one-day fall in more than a year, wiped about $20 billion off the Chinese tech giant's market value. It was the first market reaction in Asia since the stunning strategy reversal was announced late on Thursday. "The cancellation of a full spin-off of AliCloud is a negative surprise," said Nomura analyst Shi Jialong in a note. The company said it will press ahead with a listing of Alibaba's logistics arm, Cainiao, which applied for a Hong Kong initial public offering in September. Reporting By Donny Kwok and Josh Ye in Hong Kong, Casey Hall and Gu Li in Shanghai; Writing by Anne Marie Roantree and Brenda Goh; Editing by Muralikumar AnantharamanOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Aly, Group's, Nomura, Shi Jialong, Alibaba, Jack Ma, Kenneth Fong, Joseph Tsai, Bo Pei, Eddie Wu, Donny Kwok, Josh Ye, Casey Hall, Gu Li, Anne Marie Roantree, Brenda Goh, Muralikumar Organizations: Artificial Intelligence, REUTERS, Hong, Tencent Holdings, HK, UBS, Tiger Research, Thomson Locations: Shanghai, China, HONG KONG, SHANGHAI, HK, Hong Kong, Asia, AliCloud, Washington, U.S, Hangzhou, Alibaba
Alibaba Group's Hong Kong shares closed down 10%, their biggest single-day drop in more than a year. Some analysts said keeping the cloud unit could assist Alibaba's AI push. But (it) also points to the increasing importance of retaining the cloud unit given the surging demand for AI computing in China," said US Tiger Research analyst Bo Pei. Alibaba reported second-quarter revenue of 224.79 billion yuan ($31.01 billion), in line with the 224.32 billion expected by analysts, LSEG data showed. The company also said it will press ahead with a listing of Alibaba's logistics arm, Cainiao, which applied for a Hong Kong initial public offering in September.
Persons: Group's, Jon Withaar, Alibaba, Joseph Tsai, Aly, Jack Ma, Kenneth Fong, Bo Pei, Eddie Wu, Daniel Zhang, Vey, Sern Ling, Donny Kwok, Josh Ye, Casey Hall, Gu Li, Yelin, Ankur Banerjee, Anne Marie Roantree, Brenda Goh, Muralikumar Anantharaman Organizations: HK, Pictet Asset Management, Tencent Holdings, Artificial Intelligence, REUTERS, UBS, Tiger Research, Union Bancaire, Hong, Thomson Locations: HONG KONG, China, Hong Kong, Asia, U.S, Singapore, Washington, Hangzhou, Shanghai, Alibaba, Union, Yelin Mo, Beijing
Nov 16 (Reuters) - Chinese billionaire Jack Ma's family trust is set to sell 10 million American Depository Shares of Alibaba Group Holdings (9988.HK), for about $871 million, the ecommerce company said in regulatory filings. The sale will be done on Nov. 21 by JSP Investment and JC Properties, funds that are part of the family trust. Alibaba and the Jack Ma Foundation, the philanthropic organization that handles media queries for the billionaire, did not immediately respond to requests for comment. U.S.-listed shares of Alibaba were down more than 3% in premarket trading ahead of its quarterly results. Reporting by Akash Sriram in Bengaluru; Editing by Arun KoyyurOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Jack Ma's, Jack Ma, Ma, Eddie Wu, Akash Sriram, Arun Koyyur Organizations: Alibaba Group Holdings, HK, JSP Investment, JC, Jack Ma Foundation, Thomson Locations: Ma . U.S, Alibaba, Bengaluru
Appaloosa Management's David Tepper upped his stake in a handful of big technology names in the latest quarter — with one notable exception, regulatory fillings show. Broadcom , Cadence Design and Marvell Technology were among other stocks that Appaloosa zeroed out in the quarter. KE was Appaloosa's only new holding in the latest quarter, but amounted to just a $37 million position. In fact, Tepper's top five holdings are all mega-cap tech names, according to InsiderScore. The Pitt and Carnegie Mellon grad raised his Meta and Microsoft holdings even more, each one almost a third larger by quarter's end.
Persons: David Tepper, Tepper Organizations: Meta, Microsoft, Nvidia, Securities and Exchange Commission, Apple, Broadcom, Cadence Design, Marvell Technology, Carolina Panthers football, Baidu, Holdings, American, Pittsburgh, Pitt, Carnegie Mellon grad Locations: China, Beijing
The logo of China's Tencent Music Entertainment Group is seen next to an earphone in this illustration picture taken March 22, 2021. REUTERS/Florence Lo/Illustration/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsNov 14 (Reuters) - China's Tencent Music Entertainment (1698.HK) beat estimates for third-quarter revenue on Tuesday, helped by steady growth in paid subscriptions on its music streaming platform. Tencent Music, which includes platforms such as QQ Music, Kugou Music, Kuwo Music and WeSing, has won listeners over by bundling everything from karaoke platforms to live concert streaming services. Total revenue of the Tencent Holdings Ltd-controlled (0700.HK) company, however, fell to 6.57 billion yuan ($900.9 million) in the third quarter. Net profit attributable to equity holders of the company rose to 1.71 billion yuan, from 1.06 billion yuan a year earlier.
Persons: Florence Lo, Harshita Mary Varghese, Akash Sriram, Pooja Desai Organizations: Entertainment, REUTERS, HK, Kugou, Tencent Holdings, Thomson Locations: Bengaluru
Adyen lowers mid-term sales target, aims to slow hiring
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The Adyen logo is seen at the reception desk of the company's headquarters in Amsterdam, Netherlands August 24, 2018. "Overall targets are lowered from previous targets and while likely more realistic, they still look ambitious," Jefferies analysts said in a note. Adyen added it would aim to improve its core profit (EBITDA) margin to above 50% in 2026. This year so far, Adyen has lost about half its market value which currently stands at 21.58 billion euros. It said it would slow down hiring, and that it hired 175 full-time employees over the quarter, which was "substantially below" Jefferies' expectations.
Persons: Eva Plevier, Adyen, France's, Jefferies, Olivier Sorgho, Piotr Lipinski, Elaine Hardcastle, Josie Kao Organizations: REUTERS, Netflix, Spotify, Jefferies, New, Thomson Locations: Amsterdam, Netherlands, New York, U.S
Enteral nutrition is administered through a feeding tube or it can be taken orally. Fresenius owns 32% of Fresenius Medical Center, which saw shares drop on recent news that Ozempic's kidney disease treatment trial showed signs of success. Clinical nutrition is about 20% of group profits and an important subset of its larger specialized nutrition unit, Ackerman said. "Many investors only focus only on their infant formula unit and don't know how big or how profitable clinical nutrition is," he said. "Clinical nutrition is the jewel in Danone's crown and probably the most attractive part of Danone's portfolio, yet is hidden from investors."
Persons: Stefano Natella, — hasn't, Hassan Al, Wakeel, Warren Ackerman, Ackerman, Lindsay Clarke, Enteral, Danone's Nutrison, , Baxter, Abbott, Sara Hennicken, Fresenius, Nestlé, Mark Schneider, Nestle, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Guggenheim, World Health Organization, WHO, Barclays, Danone, Fresenius, Al, Alliance for Aging Research, Aging, CNBC, Nestle, Companies, — Nestle, Nutrition, Fresenius Medical Locations: German, Paris, China, Swiss, United States, parenteral, Latin America
With short sellers looking to profit from the stock, it closed at $55.17 after touching a high of $69 on Friday. Arm shares underperformed the Philadelphia semiconductor index (.SOX), which closed down 0.96% on Tuesday as rising bond yields weighed on growth sectors such as technology. Short sellers need to borrow a stock to short it, and the relationship between shares on loan and shorted is normally quite close, according to Ortex. By comparison, Tesla (TSLA.O), a stock with a similar percentage of shorted shares, has a cost to borrow at 0.48%, Ortex said. Arm's higher cost to borrow "can be an indication that the demand to borrow, and short, the stock is high," Hillerberg said.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Daniel Morgan, Morgan, Thomas Martin, Ortex, Peter Hillerberg, Hillerberg, Needham, Lewis Krauskopf, Sinéad Carew, Lisa Bernhard, Mark Potter, Matthew Lewis Organizations: REUTERS, Arm Holdings, ARM, Nvidia, GLOBALT Investments, Bernstein, underwriters, Klaviyo Inc, Thomson Locations: Philadelphia, Atlanta, New York
Arm, the chip design firm that supplies core technology to firms including Apple and Nvidia , priced its IPO at $52 a share, according to a source familiar with the matter. Arm is listing at least 95.5 million American depository shares on the Nasdaq, and SoftBank, its current owner, will control about 90% of the company's outstanding shares. The offering is priced above Arm's expected price range of $47 to $51. It's set to be the biggest technology IPO of the year. Arm's instruction set uses less power than the x86 architecture used in PC and server chips by Intel and AMD.
Organizations: Apple, Nvidia, Nasdaq, Google, Samsung, AMD, Intel, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company
Arm, the chip design firm that supplies core technology to companies including Apple and Nvidia , priced its initial public offering at $51 a share. Arm's fully diluted market cap, which includes outstanding restricted stock units, is over $54 billion at the $51 offer price. Arm's valuation for a chip company is exceedingly rich when compared to any player in the market other than Nvidia. At $54 billion, Arm would carry a price-to-earnings multiple of about 104, based on profit in the latest fiscal year. Correction: A prior version of this story had the incorrect IPO priceWATCH: Arm reportedly prices IPO at $52 per share
Organizations: Apple, Nvidia, Nasdaq, Semiconductor, U.S, Google, Samsung, AMD, Intel, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company
CLSA thinks China could emerge as the second-largest artificial intelligence market, and the firm is eyeing a tranche of stocks to play the growth. "While the USA is a strong leader, China is putting up a fight and we believe it will become the world's second-largest AI market with over 6% share of global US$1tn AI spending by 2026," the note said. For exposure to the future AI growth in China, Leung highlighted Baidu and Alibaba , while calling out Tencent as the premier play — a trio of stocks the firm dubbed "BAT." "We believe Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent are the best positioned to lead China's AI innovation," Leung said. All three companies are the dominant developers of large language models in China, Leung added, and already have a tight grip over the necessary data and IT to grow further.
Persons: CLSA, Elinor Leung, Bard, Leung, Tencent, , BABA, Michael Bloom Organizations: Nvidia, Microsoft, Google, Baidu, BAT, ", HK Locations: China, The U.S, U.S, ChatGPT, USA, Hong Kong, Tencent
Arm kicked off its roadshow in Baltimore, where influential asset manager T Rowe Price is headquartered, underscoring the fund manager's significance in big IPOs. Arm disclosed the proposed range would value it at between $48 billion and $52 billion. The valuation that Arm is chasing represents a climb-down from the $64 billion valuation at which SoftBank last month acquired the 25% stake it did not already own in the company from its $100 billion Vision Fund. Jamie Mills O’Brien, portfolio manager at British fund manager Abrdn, said he found SoftBank's valuation ask in the IPO "more palatable than initially discussed." Unlike most loss-making but high-growth tech companies that debut with lofty valuations but later plummet below list price, Arm is profitable.
Persons: Group's, T Rowe Price, SoftBank, Jamie Mills O’Brien, Abrdn, Arm, Dado Ruvic, Sara Russo, Bernstein, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Manya Saini, Pablo Mayo, Arun Koyyur, Nick Zieminski Organizations: Arm Holdings, Rivian Automotive Inc, Sands, Cambridge, Vision, Nvidia Corp, Apple, Nvidia, Devices, Intel, Samsung Electronics, REUTERS, Acorn Computers, Apple Computer, VLSI Technology, London Stock Exchange, Nasdaq, SoftBank, Inc, Reuters, Barclays, JPMorgan, Mizuho Financial Group, underwriters, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro, Thomson Locations: Baltimore, Arlington , Virginia, England, China, United States, Bengaluru, London, Lincoln
The valuation that Arm is chasing now represents a climb-down from the $64 billion valuation at which SoftBank last month acquired the 25% stake it did not already own in the company from its $100 billion Vision Fund. Jamie Mills O’Brien, portfolio manager at British fund manager Abrdn, said he found SoftBank's valuation ask in the IPO "more palatable than initially discussed." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsReuters first reported on SoftBank's proposed price range for the IPO on Saturday. If the underwriters exercise their right to buy shares in Arm in full as part of 'greenshoe option', it would take the IPO amount to be raised to $5.2 billion. Arm expects to trade on the Nasdaq Global Select Market under the symbol "ARM".
Persons: Group's, SoftBank, Jamie Mills O’Brien, Abrdn, Kim Kyung, Sara Russo, Bernstein, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Manya Saini, Pablo Mayo, Arun Koyyur, Nick Zieminski Organizations: Vision, Nvidia Corp, Apple, Nvidia, Devices, Intel, Samsung Electronics, REUTERS, Rights Reuters, Acorn Computers, Apple Computer, VLSI Technology, London Stock Exchange, Nasdaq, SoftBank, Barclays, JPMorgan, Mizuho Financial Group, underwriters, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro, Thomson Locations: United Kingdom, China, United States, New York, Tokyo, Japan, Bengaluru, London
Softbank Group-owned chip designer Arm is targeting a $52 billion IPO in September. The launch is set to draw big investment from tech giants like Apple, Nvidia, Samsung, and Google. The debut is expected to be the largest of 2023, and it could mark a turning point for the sluggish IPO market. A revival of IPOsIt's possible that the blockbuster stock launch marks a turning point for what's been a relatively muted IPO market since 2022. Arm could help pave the way for other tech firms and startups who's plans for an IPO have stalled through the downturn.
Persons: Softbank, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, what's, Rob Wotczak, Masayoshi, Instacart, Wotczak Organizations: Softbank, Apple, Nvidia, Samsung, Google, Service, New York Stock Exchange, Wall Street Journal, Fund, Nasdaq, Intel, TSMC, Devices, underwriters, Arm's, Barclays, JPMorgan, Mizuho Financial Group, Bloomberg, Freedom Capital Markets, Vision Locations: Wall, Silicon, London, New York, Saudi
REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsSept 5 (Reuters) - Apple (AAPL.O) has signed a new deal with Arm for chip technology that "extends beyond 2040," according to Arm's initial public offering documents filed on Tuesday. Arm unveiled pricing on Tuesday for what it hopes will be a $52 billion initial public offering, which would be the largest such deal in the U.S. this year. Apple uses Arm's technology in the processes of designing its own custom chips for its iPhones, iPads and Macs. Apple was among a number of large technology companies that that on Tuesday invested $735 million in Arm's initial public offering. Arm declined to comment beyond its filings, and Apple did not immediately return a request for comment.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Arm, Newton, Stephen Nellis, Sandra Maler Organizations: REUTERS, SoftBank, Apple, Reuters, Thomson Locations: U.S, United Kingdom, San Francisco
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