Texas Instruments Automotive Chips Strength Balances Weak Industrial Demand

Texas Instruments, the largest manufacturer of analog and embedded processors in America, reported better than expected fourth quarter results and also provided Q1 guidance that met analyst estimates but at the same time demand remains under pressure with customers working to reduce their inventory levels. The softer weaker quarter-over-quarter growth reflecting slowing demand spreading from personal electronics which was 24% of IT’s 2021 revenue to a more significant industrial markets which had 41% of revenue.  The automotive industry continues to … Continue reading “Texas Instruments Automotive Chips Strength Balances Weak Industrial Demand”

Texas Instruments Lowers Guidance on Retailers Bloated Inventories

Texas Instruments, the largest manufacturer of analog and embedded processors in America, traded over 5% lower despite reporting better than expected third quarter results beating by $0.06, and on revenues. TXN offered a weak outlook for the fourth quarter, guiding Q4 EPS below consensus and revenues below consensus. The softer weaker quarter-over-quarter growth reflects the slowing demand spreading from personal electronics which was 24% of IT’s 2021 revenue to a more significant industrial markets which had 41% of revenue.   Texas … Continue reading “Texas Instruments Lowers Guidance on Retailers Bloated Inventories”

Texas Instruments A Victim Of It’s Own Success as Demand Strains Manufacturing Capacity

Texas Instruments, the largest manufacturer of analog and embedded processors in America, traded sharply lower despite reporting better than expected 1Q21 results and 2Q21 guidance after the close Tuesday. Concern is over inventory levels becoming more depleted and its lead-times for some products extending.

Texas Instruments Earnings Boost From Rebound of Automotive and Personal Electronics Demand

Texas Instruments reported better than expected quarter earnings Tuesday and guided higher for the second quarter. $TXN’s earnings report ahead of other chipmakers Advanced Micro Devices $AMD, Qualcomm $QCOM and Intel $INTC.