The Taiwanese foundry that makes chips for other companies reported that its December revenue was NT$155.38 billion (approximately US$5.6 billion)-a new monthly high, an increase of 4.8% from November.
In the fourth quarter, revenue totaled NT$438.18 billion. This is TSMC’s sixth consecutive quarterly sales record.
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Last year, the Nikkei Report TSMC is planning to increase prices in the face of strong demand and insufficient supply.
Investment bank Huaxing Capital said in a report this month that TSMC’s financial position is expected to “begin to reflect the benefits of rising foundry prices, and other peers also benefited from it last year.”
Huaxing Capital raised its sales forecast for 2022, and currently expects revenue to grow by 23% year-on-year, mainly due to the higher average selling price of its products.
Shares of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. rose 1.42% on Monday.