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Infineon Technologies AG (IFXGn.DE)

IFXGn.DE on Xetra

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Cypress Reports Second Quarter 2019 Results
Friday, 26 Jul 2019 

July 25 (Reuters) - Cypress Semiconductor Corp ::Q2 NON-GAAP EARNINGS PER SHARE $0.25 .CYPRESS REPORTS SECOND QUARTER 2019 RESULTS.Q2 REVENUE $532.2 MILLION VERSUS REFINITIV IBES ESTIMATE OF $530.9 MILLION.Q2 EARNINGS PER SHARE ESTIMATE $0.24 -- REFINITIV IBES DATA.QTRLY GAAP LOSS PER SHARE $0.03.DUE TO PENDING TRANSACTION WITH INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES, CYPRESS HAS SUSPENDED PRACTICE OF PROVIDING FORWARD-LOOKING GUIDANCE.  Full Article

Infineon Technologies Signs Merger Agreement With Neu-Isenburg Vertriebs GmbH
Friday, 28 Jun 2019 

June 28 (Reuters) - Infineon Technologies AG ::MERGER AGREEMENT BETWEEN INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES AG AND INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES NEU-ISENBURG VERTRIEBS GMBH.  Full Article

Infineon Will Put In Place Headcount Freeze By End-June
Wednesday, 27 Mar 2019 

March 27 (Reuters) - Infineon Technologies AG ::CEO SAYS FISCAL SECOND QUARTER SHOULD MARK TROUGH.CEO SAYS TEMPORARY HEADCOUNT FREEZE SHOULD BE IN PLACE BY END-JUNE.CMO SAYS OUR 2019 OUTLOOK IS BASED ON GOOD, SOLID FORECASTS BUT THERE IS STILL SOME UNCERTAINTY.  Full Article

Infineon Technologies Cuts 2019 Outlook
Wednesday, 27 Mar 2019 

March 27 (Reuters) - Infineon Technologies AG ::DGAP-ADHOC: INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES AG: MACROECONOMIC WOES WEIGH ON BUSINESS EXPECTATIONS - INFINEON NOW EXPECTS TO GROW ITS 2019 FISCAL YEAR REVENUE TO 8 BILLION EURO WITH 16% SEGMENT RESULT MARGIN.MACROECONOMIC WOES WEIGH ON BUSINESS EXPECTATIONS - INFINEON NOW EXPECTS TO GROW ITS 2019 FISCAL YEAR REVENUE TO 8 BILLION EURO WITH 16% SEGMENT RESULT MARGIN.REVENUE IS NOW EXPECTED TO COME IN AT 8.0 BILLION EURO, UP FROM 7.6 BILLION EURO IN 2018 FISCAL YEAR, PLUS OR MINUS 2 PERCENT.2019 REVENUE IS NOW EXPECTED TO COME IN AT 8.0 BILLION EURO, UP FROM 7.6 BILLION EURO IN 2018 FISCAL YEAR, PLUS OR MINUS 2 PERCENT..IN CURRENT QUARTER ENDING ON 31 MARCH, REVENUE AND SEGMENT RESULT SHOULD COME IN AS EXPECTED.IN CURRENT QUARTER ENDING ON 31 MARCH, REVENUE AND SEGMENT RESULT SHOULD COME IN AS EXPECTED.GROWTH RATE OF AUTOMOTIVE AND INDUSTRIAL POWER CONTROL DIVISIONS SHOULD COME IN ABOVE GROUP AVERAGE, WHEREAS POWER MANAGEMENT & MULTIMARKET DIVISION IS EXPECTED TO GROW SLIGHTLY LESS.WE NOW EXPECT A LOWER THAN NORMAL SEASONAL REVENUE INCREASE IN SECOND HALF OF 2019 FISCAL YEAR..FOR DIGITAL SECURITY SOLUTIONS DIVISION REVENUE STILL ASSUMED TO DECLINE BY MID-SINGLE DIGIT PERCENT RATE COMPARED TO PREVIOUS YEAR.FOR DIGITAL SECURITY SOLUTIONS DIVISION REVENUE IS STILL ASSUMED TO DECLINE BY A MID-SINGLE DIGIT PERCENT RATE COMPARED TO PREVIOUS YEAR.WE NOW EXPECT A LOWER THAN NORMAL SEASONAL REVENUE INCREASE IN SECOND HALF OF 2019 FISCAL YEAR.  Full Article

Infineon CEO Sees Difficult Q2, Decent Seasonal Recovery Afterwards
Tuesday, 5 Feb 2019 

Feb 5 (Reuters) - Infineon Technologies AG ::CEO SEES HIGH MARKET UNCERTAINTY, Q2 WILL BE DIFFICULT BUT THERE WILL BE A DECENT SEASONAL RECOVERY AFTERWARDS.CEO SAYS TO IMPOSE STRICT LIMITS ON HIRING, IN ADDITION TO INVESTMENT CUTS, TO POSITION FOR H2 RECOVERY.  Full Article

Infineon Technologies Says Will Not Carry Out Takeovers Just To Become No.1 In Automotive
Tuesday, 12 Jun 2018 

June 12 (Reuters) - Infineon Technologies AG ::SAYS WILL NOT CARRY OUT TAKEOVERS JUST TO BECOME NO.1 IN AUTOMOTIVE, HAPPY BEING NO. 2.  Full Article

Infineon CFO Says U.S. Tax Reform Has Slight Positive Effect
Wednesday, 31 Jan 2018 

Jan 31 (Reuters) - Infineon CFO in conference call::SAYS U.S. TAX REFORM HAS SLIGHT POSITIVE EFFECT FOR INFINEON.SAYS NOT HAPPY ABOUT U.S. TAX REFORM AS U.S. COMPETITORS BENEFIT EVEN MORE FROM IT THAN WE DO.  Full Article

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