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ASML Holding NV ADR ASML Stock Quote

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Last close prices updated as of Feb 06, 2023, 11:25 AM EST | USD | BATS BZX Real-Time Price
  • Last Close 679.62
  • Sector Technology
  • Industry Semiconductor Equipment & Materials
  • Investment Style Large Growth
  • Day Range 661.00  –  669.34
  • Year Range 363.15  –  714.62
  • Market Cap 267.6757 Bil
  • Volume / Avg 337,340.0 /  1.2 Mil
  • Price / Sales 11.72
  • Price / Book 28.52
  • Forward Div Yield 1.47%
  • Trailing Div Yield 1.22%

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Critical Nature of Lithography to Shield ASML From Industry Downturn in 2023; Shares Undervalued

Analyst Note

| Abhinav Davuluri |

ASML reported fourth-quarter results slightly ahead of our expectations and in line with management’s guidance. Despite the industrywide slowdown in wafer fab equipment spending, or WFE, ASML’s position as the top lithography supplier has allowed it to emerge relatively unscathed. Management expects 2023 revenue to be up 25% year over year, whereas we expect WFE to be down at least 20%. We think the disconnect stems from ASML’s dominance in EUV lithography, one of the most critical technologies required by leading-edge chipmakers such as TSMC, Samsung, and Intel to continue advancing their process technologies to 3-nanometer and below to make the latest chips found in PCs, iPhones, and servers. In contrast, much of the semiconductor industry is dealing with elevated inventories and weaker demand, resulting in a pullback in memory and lagging-edge foundry/logic equipment spending that impacts ASML’s peers such as Applied Materials and Lam Research more significantly.

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Company Profile ASML

Business Description

Founded in 1984 and based in the Netherlands, ASML is the top supplier of photolithography systems used in the manufacturing of semiconductors. Photolithography is the process in which a light source is used to expose circuit patterns from a photomask onto a semiconductor wafer. The latest technological advances in this segment allow chipmakers to continually increase the number of transistors on the same area of silicon, with lithography historically representing a meaningful portion of the cost of making cutting-edge chips. Chipmakers require next-generation EUV lithography tools from ASML to continue past the 3-nanometer process node. ASML's products are used at every major semiconductor manufacturer, including Intel, Samsung, and TSMC.

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Veldhoven, NB, 5504 DR, NLD
Industry Semiconductor Equipment & Materials
Employees 39,086

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FAQs for ASML Holding NV ADR Stock

Yes. ASML has a forward dividend yield of 1.47%. See ASML’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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ASML’s market cap is 267.68 Bil.
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ASML’s stock style is Large Growth.
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ASML’s price/sales is 11.72.
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ASML’s price/forward earnings is 32.57.
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ASML’s price/book is 28.52.
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ASML’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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