Broadcom: Semiconductor demand has “bottomed out”


Broadcom printed its third quarter monetary report on Thursday, delivering combined outcomes. 

The corporate posted non-GAAP earnings per share of $5.16 on income of $5.52 billion.  

Analysts have been anticipating earnings of $5.13 on income of $5.54 billion. 


“Our broad portfolio of mission essential semiconductor and infrastructure software program options, utilized by the world’s largest enterprises, continued to drive sustained revenues and strong money circulate regardless of a difficult market backdrop,” President and CEO Hock Tan stated in an announcement. “Wanting on the semiconductor options phase, we imagine demand has bottomed out however will proceed to stay at these ranges as a result of present unsure setting.”

Broadcom is sustaining its fiscal 12 months 2019 steering, with a income outlook of $22.5 billion. That features $17.5 billion from semiconductor options and $5 billion from infrastructure software program. 

The corporate on Thursday additionally delcared a quarterly divident of $2.65 per share. It repurchased and eradicated three.5 million shares for $977 million.