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Delta Electronics, Inc. (2308.TW)

Taiwan - Taiwan Delayed Price. Currency in TWD
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301.00+5.50 (+1.86%)
At close: 01:30PM CST
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Previous close295.50
Bid300.50 x 0
Ask301.00 x 0
Day's range297.00 - 301.00
52-week range210.50 - 307.00
Avg. volume6,061,416
Market cap781.86B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.04
PE ratio (TTM)24.04
EPS (TTM)12.52
Earnings date27 Apr 2023 - 01 May 2023
Forward dividend & yield5.50 (1.83%)
Ex-dividend date29 Jun 2022
1y target est338.06
  • PR Newswire Asia

    Delta Launches Motor Mounted Pump Drive MPD Series for Smart and Energy-Saving Water Supply in the Philippines

    Delta Electronics joined its local partner DAC Industrial Electronics, Inc. to launch the Delta Motor Mounted Pump Drive MPD Series, for smart and energy-saving water supply, in the Philippines market.

  • PR Newswire Asia

    Delta Thailand Earns "A" Grade Supplier Engagement Leader 2022 Recognition by CDP for Supply Chain Sustainability

    Delta Electronics (Thailand) PCL. announced it was awarded the highest "A" grade as a "Supplier Engagement Leader" in the 2022 Supplier Engagement Rating (SER), by the CDP in recognition of action to measure and reduce climate risk within the company's supply chain. Delta Thailand joins the CDP Supplier Engagement Leaderboard for the first time and is among the top 8% of participants assessed for supplier engagement on climate change, based on the company's 2022 CDP disclosure.

  • Reuters

    Taiwan's Delta Electronics expanding 'everywhere' on EV, server boom

    Taiwan's Delta Electronics Inc, a supplier of power components to companies such as Apple Inc and Tesla Inc, is expanding manufacturing "everywhere" on a boom in electric vehicles and servers, it said on Friday. CEO Cheng Ping, in buoyant comments on a first-quarter earnings call, said the firm was building new factories in Taiwan, China, India and Thailand and looking for new manufacturing sites in the United States and eastern Europe. Chairman Yancey Hai added the company, which produces some 60% of its products in China, was seeing strong demand for electric vehicles, or EVs, servers and data centres.