(VIANEWS) – Shares of Taiwan Semiconductor (NYSE: TSM) rose by a staggering 30.78% in 21 sessions from $62.76 to $82.08 at 14:20 EST on Tuesday, after two sequential sessions in a row of losses. NYSE is jumping 1.09% to $15,444.06, following the last session’s downward trend.

Taiwan Semiconductor’s last close was $79.93, 44.88% under its 52-week high of $145.00.

About Taiwan Semiconductor

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited manufactures, packages, tests, and sells integrated circuits and other semiconductor devices in Taiwan, China, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Japan, the United States, and internationally. It provides complementary metal oxide silicon wafer fabrication processes to manufacture logic, mixed-signal, radio frequency, and embedded memory semiconductors. The company also offers customer support, account management, and engineering services, as well as manufactures masks. Its products are used in mobile devices, high performance computing, automotive electronics, and internet of things markets. The company was incorporated in 1987 and is headquartered in Hsinchu City, Taiwan.

Earnings per Share

Taiwan Semiconductor’s trailing twelve-month EPS is $3.73.

PE Ratio

Taiwan Semiconductor’s trailing 12 months earnings to price ratio is 22.01. The purchaser of the shares is therefore investing $22.01 per dollar in annual earnings.

For the 12 trailing months, the company’s return-on-equity, which is a measure of the business’ profitability relative to shareholders’ equity, was 36.57%.

Sales Growth

Taiwan Semiconductor has experienced a 28.7% increase in sales for its current quarter, and an additional 5% the following.

Moving Average

Taiwan Semiconductor’s worth is way higher than its 50-day moving average of $69.88 and under its 200-day moving average of $89.58.

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