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Symbol Name Time Trade Change % Chg Volume P/E Ratio EPS Mkt Cap
ASX Advanced Semiconductor Engineering 21:00 GMT 4.08 +0.06 +1.49% 109878 12.97 0.31 6.112B

Latest Advanced Semiconductor Engineering news

  • 3D IC market to see stable growth through 2016

    According to Infiniti Research, the biggest 3D IC vendors at the moment are Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE), Samsung., STMicroelectronics and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC). IBM, Elpida, Intel and Micron are also working on products based on 3D ICs.
  • Underwater optical fibre data cable opens in Asia

    A 7,800km underwater optical fibre data cable, called the Asia Submarine-cable Express (ASE), which links Japan, Singapore, the Philippines and Malaysia, has opened for traffic. It is the first direct cable link between the Philippines and Japan, according to one of the developers.
  • AUO, CMI up wages as Chinese firms poach staff

    Big Taiwanese tech firms such as AUO, Chimei Innolux and Hon Hai are upping wages in order to slow the brain drain of staff being poached by Chinese companies.
  • More gloom for DRAM as price drop continues

    Meanwhile Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) has let slip plans to reel in its DRAM packaging and testing arm, ASE Power Technology.  If it keeps on suffering losses then it may end up merging with its parent company.
  • Computer glitch crashed Aussie share market

    Australian investors are looking down the back of the sofa for a missing billion dollars after a computer glitch caused the Australian Securities Exchange to shut down.
  • ASE revenues up 180 percent

    FinancialIC packaging and testing company Advanced Semiconductor Engineering said its revenues rose for its first financial quarter by 180 percent year on year, a further sign that the semi industry is on the rebound.

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