Philadelphia Semiconductor Index


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Philadelphia Semiconductor Index

An index, weighted for price, of 19 American publicly-traded companies involved at some level in the manufacture, distribution, and/or sale of semiconductors. It began in 1993 and it is considered a benchmark of stocks in the semiconductor industry.
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The Philadelphia Semiconductor Index, which includes the major U.S.
market (overnight) were straightforwardly reflected in Tokyo,'' said Masayoshi Okamoto, equity strategist at Jujiya Securities Co., citing the sharp fall in the Philadelphia semiconductor index.
The development offered a reprieve to shares of chipmakers, with the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index gaining 2.1 per cent to end a three-day slump.
The Philadelphia Semiconductor Index (INDEXNASDAQ:SOX) which includes Intel and most of its rivals, rose 3.09 to 402.96 in Wednesday trading, about midway between its 52-week high and low.
corporate earnings and the Philadelphia semiconductor index renewing its year-to-date lows,'' he said.
The Philadelphia Semiconductor Index, which includes Huawei suppliers Qualcomm, Broadcom and Micron, tumbled four per cent to hit its lowest level in more than two months.
The Philadelphia Semiconductor Index which includes the top U.S.
The Philadelphia semiconductor index, made up of firms that design, distribute and manufacture semiconductors, slumped four per cent, compounding other losses caused by a slowdown in smartphone sales.
The broader Philadelphia Semiconductor Index (IndexNasdaq: SOX) fell 1.70 on Tuesday to 351.45.
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