AVGO Stock Broadcom Limited - Complete Overview
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|Avg Daily Volume||3.58M|
BROADCOM LIMITED (AVGO) OVERVIEW
AVGO stock is a electronic equipment company traded on Nasdaq. It is valued at 109.98B US dollars. There are 410.74M shares outstanding which Broadcom Limited issued to investors. Volatility of the stock is MEDIUM, and the daily volume is 26.99% stock on average. Broadcom Limited is paying dividends with the latest yield of 1.80%. It brought investors a total return of 18.00% over the last 12 months. Broadcom Limited stock is relatively cheap. It's P/E ratio is below the market average.
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Qualcomm says Paul Jacobs will not be renominated to board as he pursues possible buyout of chipmaker
The company said the decision was made after Jacobs informed the board that he is exploring the possibility of taking the $88 billion company private.
Qualcomm shuts Jacobs out of board election on takeover plans
Qualcomm Inc. said late Friday it withdrawing its re-nomination of Paul Jacobs, after he stepped down as chairman and signaled an intent to take the company private. The chipmaker said it will shave its board to 10 seats and that Jacobs will not be re-nominated "following his notification to the Board that he has decided to explore the possibility of making a proposal to acquire Qualcomm." Jacobs stepped down as chairman last week. Qualcomm said it will hold its annual shareholder meeting on March 23. The company's originally scheduled March 6 meeting was delayed following a national security probe, and later blocking by President Donald Trump, of Broadcom Ltd.'s hostile takeover of Qualcomm, which Broadcom eventually dropped.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
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Former Qualcomm chairman Jacobs seeks funding for buyout: FT
Former Qualcomm Inc. Chairman Paul Jacobs is trying to put together funding to buy the chipmaker and take it private, the Financial Times has reported. Jacobs has approached "several global investors," including Japan's SoftBank , in his efforts to set up a buyout of the $89 billion company co-founded by his father Irwin Jacobs, the Thursday report said. His efforts come after President Donald Trump on Monday blocked a hostile bid by Singapore-based Broadcom Ltd. to take over Qualcomm, citing national security concerns. Just days before Trump's intervention, Jacobs stepped down as executive chairman of Qualcomm, though he kept his place on the chipmaker's board.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
|Price to Earnings||14.27||43.32||29.67||46.14|
|Price to Book Value||3.78||6.52||6.39||7.03|
|Price to Sales||5.84||6.70||3.77||5.05|
|Return on Equity||31.60%||15.77%||21.44%||17.66%|
|Return on Assets||14.70%||9.12%||12.33%||8.02%|