|Day Low/High||47.96 / 48.32|
|52 Wk Low/High||27.04 / 49.44|
Weakness in Asia's tech sector, along with an ongoing rally in global oil prices and a rise in government bond yields, has global stocks on the defensive Friday.
Facebook, Apple, Amazon and Netflix are all on the rise Monday as investors see shelter from a potential trade war with the United States.
It sounds like the record got stuck. But stocks are climbing to fresh highs in Asia in a combined push into uncharted territory. Sony and Samsung set today's pace.
BlackBerry's QNX software will help get the Tokyo-based semiconductor firm's products to market faster.
Toshiba said Friday it will spin off a part of its chip business in a bid to strengthen its finances eroded by the losses link to its U.S. nuclear unit.
The troubled electronics maker could raise over $1.8 billion by spinning off its chip business.
Canon, Tokyo Electron, Permira, Bain have reportedly emerged as potential investors in Toshiba's chip business.
European stock markets fell ahead of a U.S. Federal Reserve rate-setting meeting and as figures showed U.K. economic growth slowed more than expected in the first quarter.
Shares of Applied Materials (AMAT) plunged on Monday, after the Department of Justice opposed its merger deal with Tokyo Electron (TOELY), making it TheStreet's Move of the Day.
U.S. stock futures are trending upward Monday as Apple prepares to report earnings and as a big deal for semiconductor-makers collapses.
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