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NXP Foresees a Chip Shortage Throughout 2021 While Gaining Content in Autos; Raising FVE to $202

Brian Colello, CPA Sector Director

Analyst Note

| Brian Colello, CPA |

Narrow-moat NXP Semiconductors reported solid first-quarter results and provided investors with a healthy second-quarter forecast despite manufacturing disruptions in its Texas factories earlier this year. Broad based analog and mixed signal demand remains quite healthy, and industrywide shortages will likely last through all of 2021, per management. Nonetheless, NXP is clearly gaining content in automotive, which is one of our favorite long-term secular trends in the chip industry. We raise our fair value estimate to $202 from $186 and view shares as fairly valued.

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NXP Semiconductors is a leading supplier of high-performance mixed-signal products. The firm acquired Freescale Semiconductor in 2015 and now has significant market share in the automotive market, where it supplies microcontrollers and analog chips into automotive clusters, powertrains, infotainment systems, and radars. NXP Semiconductors also serves industrial and Internet of Things, mobile, and communications infrastructure.

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60 High Tech Campus, P.O.Box 80073
Eindhoven, 5656 AG, Netherlands
T +31 402729999
Sector Technology
Industry Semiconductors
Most Recent Earnings Mar 31, 2021
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2021
Stock Type
Employees 29,000

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