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Applied Materials Finishes Fiscal 2022 on a High Note; Memory and China Headwinds Loom in 2023

Abhinav Davuluri Sector Strategist

Analyst Note

| Abhinav Davuluri |

Wide-moat Applied Materials reported fiscal fourth-quarter revenue above the midpoint of the firm’s updated guidance provided on Oct. 12 due to the latest export restrictions on U.S. semiconductor equipment to China. Specifically, management had lowered its revenue outlook to $6.4 billion (from $6.65 billion previously), but ultimately overestimated the impact of the restrictions while enjoying improved supply conditions that enabled stronger shipments. We maintain our view that the wafer fab equipment market will be down 22% in 2023 primarily due to weaker memory spending. Our fair value remains $110 per share for Applied and we view shares as fairly valued following the recent run-up in the stock (up 39% over the past month).

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Company Profile AMAT

Business Description

Applied Materials is the world's largest supplier of semiconductor manufacturing equipment, providing materials engineering solutions to help make nearly every chip in the world. The firm's systems are used in nearly every major process step with the exception of lithography. Key tools include those for chemical and physical vapor deposition, etching, chemical mechanical polishing, wafer- and reticle-inspection, critical dimension measurement, and defect-inspection scanning electron microscopes.

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3050 Bowers Avenue, P.O. Box 58039
Santa Clara, CA, 95052-8039
Industry Semiconductor Equipment & Materials
Employees 27,000

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Yes. AMAT has a forward dividend yield of 0.98%. See AMAT’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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AMAT’s market cap is 93.05 Bil.
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AMAT’s stock style is Large Core.
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AMAT’s price/sales is 3.61.
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AMAT’s price/forward earnings is 15.46.
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AMAT’s price/book is 7.49.
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AMAT’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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