HNHPF - Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd.

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-0.04 (-0.58%)
As of 12:43PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close6.90
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range6.81 - 6.93
52-week range6.03 - 7.77
Avg. volume38,226
Market cap48.103B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.62
PE ratio (TTM)11.83
EPS (TTM)0.58
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.35 (4.96%)
Ex-dividend date13 Jul 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Foxconn's May sales drop 9.5% y/y on smartphone weakness

    Taiwan's Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics maker and major iPhone assembler for Apple Inc, said on Monday that revenue in May fell 9.5% year-on-year due to weakness in smart consumer electronics during the traditional low season. Foxconn, formally called Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd, said revenue last month reached T$450.7 billion ($14.7 billion), in line with its expectations, though it was up 5% compared with April. For smart consumer electronics products, which include smartphones and are the company's main business driver, revenue in May dropped as it entered the "traditional slow season" and coming off a high base, the company said in a statement, without elaborating.

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    Modi's chip making plan flounders as firms struggle to find tech partners

    NEW DELHI/OAKLAND, California (Reuters) -Big companies including a Foxconn joint venture that bid for India's $10 billion semiconductor incentives are struggling due to the lack of a technology partner, a major setback for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's chipmaking ambitions. A planned $3 billion semiconductor facility in India by chip consortium ISMC that counted Israeli chipmaker Tower as a tech partner has been stalled due to the company's ongoing takeover by Intel, three people with direct knowledge of the strategy said. A second mega $19.5 billion plan to build chips locally by a joint venture between India's Vedanta and Taiwan's Foxconn is also proceeding slowly as their talks to rope in European chipmaker STMicroelectronics as a partner are deadlocked, a fourth source with direct knowledge said.

  • Financial Times

    Foxconn: party animal is latest tech group to become an AI lister

    In the world of tech, that applies to Foxconn. On Wednesday it became the latest business to feature as an AI lister, via its relationship with US artificial intelligence chip group Nvidia. Foxconn is a theoretically prosaic contract manufacturer listed in Taiwan as Hon Hai Precision.

  • Financial Times

    iPhone maker Foxconn follows Nvidia with forecast for AI sales boost

    Apple’s largest manufacturer says demand for servers needed to run ChatGPT-like services will double this year

  • Reuters

    Foxconn sees AI driving strong server demand, but full year to be flat

    Apple Inc supplier Foxconn said on Wednesday artificial intelligence applications would strongly drive demand for its server business this year but reiterated 2023 overall would be a flat one for the company on global economic woes. Foxconn Chairman Liu Young-way told the company's annual shareholders meeting the firm remained cautious about this year due to monetary policy tightening, geopolitical tensions and uncertainty over inflation, but servers were a bright spot due to surging interest in AI. The Taiwanese company has a 40% global market share for servers and aims to further increase that, Liu added.

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  • Reuters

    Apple supplier Foxconn's Q1 profit plunges, outlook "conservative"

    TAIPEI (Reuters) -Apple Inc supplier Foxconn on Thursday posted a 56% plunge in first-quarter net profit, lagging forecasts in its biggest quarterly fall in three years, and said visibility for the full year was "limited". The Taiwanese company said net profit for the January-March quarter fell to T$12.8 billion ($417.17 million) from T$29.45 billion in the same period the previous year. It was much worse than an average forecast of T$29.18 billion in profit from 13 analysts, according to Refinitiv.

  • Reuters SG

    MORNING BID ASIA-China-Taiwan tensions loom ever larger

    The dramatic escalation in China-Taiwan tensions will loom large over Asia on Monday, potentially cranking up market volatility in a session with trading volume already likely to be reduced with much of Europe closed for the Easter Monday holiday. On the economic data front on Monday, Japanese current account figures for February and the possible release of Chinese credit, loan growth and money supply data for March could divert investors' attention away from the geopolitics. Looking ahead, the major Asian economic and policy calendar events for the rest of the week are: Chinese CPI and PPI inflation, and trade balance; Indian inflation; Australian unemployment; and interest rate decisions from South Korea and Singapore.

  • Reuters

    Foxconn chairman to visit COVID-hit iPhone plant in China -source

    Foxconn Chairman Liu Young-way departed on Tuesday for a four-day inspection of the company's iPhone plant in Zhengzhou, China, a source with direct knowledge of the matter said. This will be Liu's first visit to the world's largest Apple iPhone factory in his role as chairman, and his main goals are to review conditions after the resumption of production and to extensively exchange views, the source said. Liu is scheduled to meet with senior government officials including Lou Yangsheng, the Communist Party chief of Henan province where Zhengzhou is located, the source said.

  • Reuters

    Foxconn in talks to invest in India's Karnataka state

    "We are in serious discussion of investment plans with Hon Hai Technology Group (Foxconn) at their Taiwan HQ & look forward to a fruitful collaboration," Bommai said in a tweet. "We remain committed to welcome the best companies to the state & reap rewards for our people."

  • Reuters

    Taiwan fines Foxconn for unauthorised China investment

    TAIPEI (Reuters) -Taiwan on Thursday fined Foxconn T$10 million ($329,088) for making an unauthorised investment in a Chinese chip firm, but said the Taiwanese iPhone assembler had cooperated in the case and so received a lesser punishment. Taiwan, which Beijing views as sovereign Chinese territory, has kept a wary eye on China's ambition to boost its semiconductor industry and is tightening legislation to prevent what it says is China stealing its chip technology. Foxconn, a major Apple Inc supplier and the world's largest contract electronics maker, disclosed last July it was a shareholder in Chinese chip conglomerate Tsinghua Unigroup, but said last month it would be selling the stake.

  • Reuters

    Apple supplier Foxconn replaces iPhone business chief- Bloomberg News

    Chiang replaces longtime leader Wang Charng-yang as head of the iPhone assembly division, the Bloomberg report said. Foxconn declined to comment. Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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    Exclusive-Apple supplier BOE plans new factories in Vietnam -sources

    Chinese display maker BOE Technology Group Co Ltd, a supplier of both Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, plans to invest a substantial sum to build two factories in Vietnam, two people familiar with the matter said. BOE is in talks to rent dozens of hectares of land in north Vietnam to add to its relatively small plant in the south that supplies mostly television screens to South Korea's Samsung and LG Electronics Inc, the people said, declining to be identified as negotiations were confidential. Northern Vietnam has in recent years attracted significant investment from electronics giants, becoming a major hub for the production of smartphones, computers and cameras, including flagship goods from Apple and Samsung.

  • Reuters

    Apple to sign Luxshare for iPhone production in China - FT

    Luxshare has been producing small numbers of the iPhone 14 Pro Max at its Kunshan plant, to make up for lost production at Foxconn's Zhengzhou factory last year, the report added. Luxshare, which was founded in 2004, became an Apple supplier in 2011 and has steadily moved up the hardware giant's value chain, from making connector cables for the iPhone and Macbook to manufacturing Airpods.

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    NVIDIA (NVDA), Foxconn Team up for Autonomous Vehicle Platform

    NVIDIA (NVDA) and Taiwan's Foxconn enter a strategic partnership to develop automated platforms that will get featured in tier-1 electronic vehicles manufactured by Foxconn.

  • Reuters

    Foxconn to use Nvidia chips to build self-driving vehicle platforms

    Taiwanese contract manufacturer Foxconn said it will manufacture electronic control units (ECUs) for cars based on Nvidia's DRIVE Orin chip made specifically for computing in connected and autonomous vehicles. The ECUs will serve the global automotive market, Foxconn said. Companies developing electric and autonomous cars have struggled to bring products to the market in recent years as they grapple with rising costs and difficulties in ramping up production.

  • Reuters

    Foxconn's COVID-hit China plant close to resuming full production -sources

    TAIPEI (Reuters) -Foxconn's COVID-hit iPhone plant in China's Zhengzhou city is almost back to full production, with its December shipments reaching about 90% of initial plans, two people with direct knowledge of the matter said. Foxconn, formally Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd, declined to comment. Production at the world's largest manufacturing facility of Apple Inc's iPhones was heavily affected late last year after a COVID-19 outbreak and curbs taken to control the virus prompted thousands of workers to leave.

  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 1-Foxconn unit invests $500 mln in India affiliate

    Taiwan's Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics maker, said on Thursday that its Singapore unit has acquired 4.08 million shares in Foxconn Hon Hai Technology India Mega Development Private Limited for $500 million. The announcement of a $500 million injection into its India unit comes after Reuters reported last month that Apple supplier Foxconn plans to quadruple the workforce at its iPhone factory in India over two years, with two government officials with knowledge of the matter pointing to a production adjustment as it faces disruptions in China.

  • Reuters

    Foxconn unit invests $500 million in India affiliate

    HONG KONG (Reuters) -Taiwan's Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics maker, said on Thursday that its Singapore unit has acquired 4.08 million shares in Foxconn Hon Hai Technology India Mega Development Private Limited for $500 million. The announcement of a $500 million injection into its India unit comes after Reuters reported last month that Apple supplier Foxconn plans to quadruple the workforce at its iPhone factory in India over two years, with two government officials with knowledge of the matter pointing to a production adjustment as it faces disruptions in China.

  • Reuters

    Foxconn's COVID-hit China plant lifts "closed-loop" management curbs

    HONG KONG, Dec 8 (Reuters) - Apple supplier Foxconn's COVID-hit Zhengzhou facility in China has lifted its "closed-loop" management curbs on Thursday, it said in a statement posted on its WeChat account. The Zhengzhou industrial park where Foxconn's plant locates has been under a so-called closed-loop system that isolated the plant from the wider world for 56 days, the statement said. The world's largest contract electronics maker, which has been trying to replenish depleted staff numbers at the site after thousands left over the past month, expects the Zhengzhou plant to resume full production around late December to early January, a company source told Reuters on Monday.

  • The Telegraph

    Sales at Foxconn iPhone factory slump by almost a third amid Covid riots

    Sales at Apple supplier Foxconn have fallen by nearly a third amid a shut down and violent protests at its iPhone plant in China promoted by Beijing’s strict Covid lockdowns.

  • Reuters

    China's trade likely shrank further in November as external, local demand weakened: Reuters poll

    China's exports and imports likely contracted further in November due to weakening global demand, production disruptions and waning demand at home amid widespread pandemic controls, a Reuters poll showed on Monday. Data for November are expected to show a 3.5% fall in outbound shipments from a year earlier, after October's figures were down an annual 0.3%, according to the median forecast of 28 economists in the poll. The frail economists' estimate for exports suggests cooling global demand that has been hurt by higher interest rates in major economies will heap more pressure on policymakers in China, as the country's property downturn and struggle to contain COVID-19 continue to take a toll on the economy.